by Mary W Maxwell
All persons should open their minds to house a new piece of mental furniture: the fact that there really is a great conspiracy, which has been going on for over two centuries.
I refer to the conspiracy to destroy religion, and oddly, to destroy society. Scottish scientist John Robison was a member of the Freemasons and became aware of some things that were going on in France and Germany in his day. Please hear him out for a minute:
John Robison, Proofs of a Conspiracy, 1798
We should be on our guard when we listen to the florid speeches of the Brother Orator, and his congratulations on the emancipation from superstition… which will in a short time be effectuated by the Chevaliers Bienfaisants.
I do not mean by all this to maintain, that the Mason Lodges were the sole corrupters of the public mind in France. No — in all nations that have made much progress in cultivation, there is a great tendency to corruption, and it requires all the vigilance and exertions of magistrates, and of moral instructors, to prevent the spreading of licentious principles.
They arise naturally of themselves, as weeds in a rich soil; and, like weeds, they are pernicious, only because they are, where they should not be, in a cultivated field.
Virtue is the cultivation of the human soul, and not the mere possession of good dispositions; all men have these. But virtue supposes exertion; so must man be prompted to that exertion which is necessary on the part of every individual for the very existence of a great society….
All the evils of society do not spring from the discontents and the vices of the poor. The rich come in for a large and a conspicuous share. They frequently abuse their advantages.
The rich are inattentive to the rights of inferiors whom they despise, and, despising, oppress. Princes and Rulers are but men; as such, they abuse many of their greatest blessings….
So here we have a scholar and a Scot who smelled a fish market. John Robison noted that at the beginning, persons who were masons by trade formed a social club, but later anyone could be a Freemason. I quote:
Free Masonry was then of the simplest form, consisting of the three degrees of Apprentice, Fellow-craft, and Master. It is remarkable, that the Germans had been long accustomed to the word, the sign, and the grip of the Masons. The aim of the Order is not to enlighten the mind of man….
The more closely we examine the principles and practice of the Illuminati, the more clearly do we perceive that their first and immediate aim is to get the possession of riches, power, and influence, without industry; and, to accomplish this, they want to abolish Christianity.
And now for those of us who are jaw-dropped by pedogate:
And then dissolute manners and universal profligacy will procure them the adherence of all the wicked, and enable them to overturn all the civil governments of Europe;
after which they will think of farther conquests, and extend their operations to the other quarters of the globe, till they have reduced mankind to the state of one undistinguishable chaotic mass.
Observe that [Adam] Weishaupt took a name expressive of his principles. Spartacus was a gladiator, who headed an insurrection of Roman slaves, and for three years kept the city in terror… In the style of the Jesuits (as he says) he considers every mean as consecrated by the end for which it is employed, and he says with great truth.
Having thus got rid of Religion, Spartacus could with more safety bring into view the great aim of all his efforts — to rule the world by means of his Order.
It surely needs little argument now to prove, that the Order of Illuminati had for its immediate object the abolishing of Christianity (at least this was the intention of the Founder) with the sole view of overturning the civil government, by introducing universal dissoluteness and profligacy of manners, and then getting the assistance of the corrupted subjects to overset the throne.
Well, son of a gun. Who, at the time of the “noble” French revolution would have had the cleverness to figure out that such an undertaking was ensuing. Even today it has taken all our concentration to see such a small sin as the overthrowing of nation’s sovereignty by the EU, the WTO, and all sorts of controlling businesses.
“The Order must possess the power of life and death in consequence of our Oath; and with propriety, for the same reason, and by the same right, that any government in the world possesses it: For the Order comes in their place, making them unnecessary. …”
I think it very lucky that John Robison was a member of the Freemasons and had just seen The Terror in France. His book, Proofs of a Conspiracy, is lengthy and can be found at archive.org.
— Mary W Maxwell urges everyone to eschew embarrassment over the word “conspiracy.” The above conspiracy is twisting humanity even as we speak.