There's something about cults that pulls us towards them, isn't there? Even if we're not keen on joining them, they definitely get us curious enough to spend some time reading about them. Here are some of the most talked about secret societies that have been around the world. While most of these are incredibly dangerous, and illegal to be a part of, one actually holds the key to everything in this world. Read on to know more.
1. The Order of Skull and Bones
Founded in 1832 by a community of students from Yale University, this group is famous for being a part of a number of conspiracy theories, the most popular perhaps being that founders of the CIA were members of this group. Infamous for hiding the deep dark secrets of sick practices members take part in, some say weird sexual acts are also a common sight at the 'Order Of Skull And Bones'. As a part of their initiation ceremony, new members are asked to lie naked in coffins before telling others about their deepest and darkest sexual secrets.
2. The German Thule Society
People who have studied about the Thule society say that it was the real inspiration of Nazism. After all, a number of Nazi leaders were a part of the Thule. Founded in August 1919 in Munich, even Adolf Hitler was associated with the society as a 'visiting brother'. Thule apparently believed in bringing upon the New World Order in a rather simple and effective way -killing people and reducing the population. Apart from practising sexual magic, racist chants, and black magic, Thule members were often known to take part in 'supernatural' exhibitions where they would invite demons and ask for their guidance. Some say that it was a demonic ritual on the sexually impotent Hitler that made him into the sadistic killer the world got to later know him as.
3. The Bilderberg Group
Established in 1954, The Bilderberg Group or The Bilderberg Club is a secret society comprising the world's elite. It is an annual private conference of 120-150 of the most influential people from the world of business, finance, academics, media, and even some presidents and prime ministers. It is believed that the main purpose of this private party of the creme-de-la-creme of the world is "to create an aristocracy of purpose", mainly in United States and Europe. Just being rich doesn't get you a spot in this party though. Meetings are organised by a steering committee with two members from each of approximately 18 nations. Due to the lack of accessibility and transparency of these meets, the Bilderberg Group has also been accused of a number of conspiracy theories around the world, including the Great Depression and most of the world's biggest terrorist activities. The air of mystery that surrounds the group, and their unwillingness to come clean with the things discussed puts them in the list of the most dangerous secret societies of the world.
Wikipedia says that Freemasonry is a fraternal organisation with a public-spirited existence since the 17th century. Now, on another day, the Freemasons wouldn't have featured on this list. But there is a considerable chunk of the society that feels that they are more than the charitable work that the world knows them for. Some say that Masonry is open to anyone of any faith, is one of the easiest groups to join, and is just there to help other Masons. But all this is just to attract more people to join the community. The 'G' used in their signs apparently stands for the Masonic gnosis or generation with Lucifer, and God as the main enemy of Christendom. They are made to take blood oaths to every degree up to 33 degrees, and vow not to reveal the secret of the Masons to anybody outside of their group, not even to their wives.
5. The Order of Nine Angels
Established in the 60s, but getting its public recognition in the 90s, The Order of Nine Angles is a satanic cult group based out of the United Kingdom. They claim to be the followers of Satanism and came to the attention of people thanks to their Neo-Nazi ideologies and activism. The members see it as a very individual pursuit of excellence by studying what Satan has to offer.
ONA's writings believes in human sacrifice as a way to eliminate weaknesses and claim that the evil tribes are an important part of the strategy of the devil to carry out the mission to disrupt and ultimately conquer the common people. According to a recent survey, the ONA has more female supporters than either the Church of Satan or the Temple of Set; more women with children, more older supporters, more supporters who come from a better socio-economic background.
Assassin, or Hashashin, is considered to be one of the most fearful of all the secret societies in the world. They are known for striking down their targets regardless of the number of security personnel that guard them. Between 1090 and 1256, there were eight grand masters who ruled the society of Assassins. In 1256 and 1258, the Mongols virtually destroyed the sect in Iran and in Syria. Although the Assassins scattered throughout the East and into Europe, in 1272, the Mamluk Sultan Baybars brought about their downfall as an organised sect. Most of them were simple farmers during the day, but became fearless assassins by the night.
7. Ku Klux Klan
The American cult Ku Klux Klan, or KKK, or The Klan, is the name of three distinct past and present right-wing cult movements in the United States. The KKK advocates extremist reactions to topics like white supremacy, white nationalism and anti-immigration. Whoever's opposed them in the past have been dealt with through terrorism aimed at certain groups and individuals.
The first movement was held from 1865–1870s. The second and the most popular one, from 1915-1944, and the third and the current one from 1946 till now. Today, many sources classify the Klan as a "subversive or terrorist organization", and it has since been reduced from 3-6 million members to just 5-8 thousand across the state.
Made popular by Dan Brown's famous novel, The Da Vinci Code, this is perhaps the most popular cult of modern society. The Illuminati, which in Latin means the enlightened, refers to various organisations that claim to have links to the Bavarian Illuminati. The Bavarian Illuminati is an Enlightenment-era secret society, founded on May 1, 1776 that oppose superstition, obscurantism, religious influence over public life and abuses of state power. It is often alleged to conspire and control world affairs by masterminding events and planting agents in government and corporations to establish a New World Order and gain further political power and influence. The group has been depicted as working in the shadows with references being spotted in novels, movies, television shows, comics, video games, and music videos. Modern conspiracy theorists believe that the Illuminati are the ones who have been pulling the strings in most of the world's major events, including the Battle of Waterloo, the French revolution and President John F. Kennedy's assassination.
9. Ashoka's Nine Unknown Men
This is India's only recorded secret society, perhaps the oldest, and the one that could change the world. Some believe that this was the most powerful society in the world, especially because there were only 9 members in it. King Ashoka of the Maurya dynasty in 270 B.C., who had a change of heart after his conquest of Kalinga, formed a secret society of 9 men who would hold the key to everything in this world. By everything, we mean everything. Members of the group, who came from different walks of life, were given a topic of specialty. They were given the responsibility to develop, preserve, and prevent the information that they found from getting into the hands of the people who were capable of misusing it.
Introduced to the world by a certain Talbot Mundy, he suggested that these 9 books are not only around in the modern world, but are being constantly updated by the people who could be completely trusted. If we look at the information these books hold, it is nothing short of mind-blowing.
The first book talks about propoganda and psychological warfare. Perhaps the most dangerous of all, this book could actually hold the key to how we can alter opinion of the masses.
The second one spoke about physiology, and how a human can be killed by a simple touch.
The third book deals with biotechnology and microbiology.
The fourth on alchemy and transmutation of metals.
The fifth one enlightened the reader about communicating with the extra terrestrial.
The sixth one spoke of the concept of ‘Vaiminika Shashtra’, or the art of building spaceships or UFOs.
The seventh one was about cosmology, and the secrets of time travel.
The eight one could teach the reader how to control the speed of light, and use it for our own advantage.
The final book discussed sociology. It would speak of the evolution of humans, evolution of societies, including their downfall.
Ashoka felt that if these books fall in the hands of someone who genuinely believes in the welfare of mankind, someone who is incorruptible, it could totally change the face of the planet. On the other hand, if it gets in the wrong hands, it could spell doom. The fear of the latter made him keep all of this a heavily-guarded secret.
November 27, 2015
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