Al Pike, Illuminatus?

Al Pike, Illuminatus?

[The following excerpts are from Roy Livesey’s entry into the anti-Pike Crusade, Understanding the New Age, (Chichester: New Wine Press, 1986 e.v.). You shall see that it is just as believable as all the rest.]

NOTE: Our annotations are in brackets “[]” , as well as the author’s footnotes, where applicable.

Plans for Communism and War

MYRON FAGAN tells us that in the United States in the early 1850’s the Illuminati held a secret meeting in New York addressed by a British Illuminatist named Wright. They were told of a plan to unite the atheist groups with other subversive groups into an International to be known as Communist. That is the origin of the word “Communist”. It was intended to terrorize the world and drive people into the Illuminati one-world scheme. It would help the Illuminati to ferment future wars and revolutions. Clinton Roosevelt (a descendant of Franklin Roosevelt) [ahem…] and two foremost news publishers of the time were appointed to form a committee and raise funds for the new venture. This fund was used to finance Karl Marx and Engels; they wrote “Das Kapital” and the “Communist Manifesto” in England. While Marx was doing that, Ritter and then Nietzsche were writing too. Their work developed into Fascism and then Nazism and was used to ferment World Wars I and II.

Albert Pike was head of the Illuminati in the United States when a military blue-print for three world wars was worked out. Pike wrote “Morals and Dogma” and required the worship of Lucifer. It was between 1859 and 1871 that Pike planned the wars and revolutions which he considered would take the conspiracy to its final stage in the twentieth century. All the Illuminati conspirators have operated not for immediate success but have taken the long-range view [which means that long-term thinking is probably evil], and Fagan in this detailed expose tells us that long before Marconi invented radio the scientists in the Illuminati had found the means for Pike and the heads of his councils around the world to communicate secretly. Fagan’s account must, like all accounts of conspiracy [including this one] be received with caution.

Des Griffin drew upon the information contained in a letter written by Pike which until recently was on display in the British Museum Library in London and put it this way: Having consolidated their financial grip on most of the European nations by the middle of the last century, the International Bankers worked feverishly to extend their sphere of influence to the ends of the earth in preparation for their final assault on the United States — a nation which, through its unique Constitution, remained free.

In the decades that followed it became apparent that, in order to achieve their goal of world domination, they would have to instigate a series of world wars which would result in the levelling of the old world order in preparation for the construction of the New World Order. This plan was outlined in graphic detail by Albert Pike, the Sovereign Grand Commander of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry [for the Southern Masonic Jurisdiction, might we add???] and the top Illuminist in America, in a letter to Giuseppe Mazzini [Footnote reads as follows: Mazzini (an Italian Revolutionary Leader) was head of the Illuminati from Weishaupt’s death until 1872.] dated August 15, 1871. Pike stated that the first world war was to be fomented in order to destroy Czarist Russia — and to place that vast land under the direct control of Illuminati agents. Russia was then to be used as a ‘bogey man’ to further the aims of the Illuminati worldwide.

World War II was to be fomented through manipulation of the differences that existed between the German Nationalists and the Political Zionists. This was to result in an expansion of Russian influence and the establishment of a state of Israel in Palestine.

According to the plan outlined by Pike, through World War II Communism was to be built up in strength until it equalled that of united Christendom. When it reached that point it was to be contained. That was the policy Churchill, Roosevelt and Stalin put into effect, and it is interesting to postulate what other possible explanation there could be for Western foreign policy in those days. Truman, Eisenhower, Kennedy and Johnson followed with the same policy.

[Funny thing, though, that Nesta Webster didn’t make a note of that letter in Secret Societies and Subversive Movements, a book which, for all its ranting and raving, is sound historically, when the sources are checked. Nor did Edith Star Miller.]

A Third World War?

This may well appear very far-fetched; I refer readers to the bibliography and then to the original sources where available. However what does the Pike letter have the [sic] say? “The Third World War was planned to result from the differences stirred up by Illuminati agents between the Zionists and the Arabs. The conflict was planned to spread worldwide.” The Illuminati, said the letter, planned to unleash the Nihilists and Atheists and (the letter goes on):

provoke a formidable social cataclysm which in all its horror will show clearly to the nations the effect of absolute atheism, origin of savagery and of the most bloody turmoil. Then everywhere, the citizens, obliged to defend themselves against the world minority of revolutionaries, will exterminate those destroyers of civilization, and the multitude, disillusioned with Christianity, whose deistic spirits will from that moment will be without compass (direction), anxious for an ideal, but without knowing where to render its adoration, will receive the true light through the universal manifestation of the pure doctrine of Lucifer, brought finally out in the public view, a manifestation which will result from the general reactionary movement which will follow the destruction of Christianity and atheism, both conquered and exterminated at the same time.

This letter draws the distinction between the “pure doctrine of Lucifer” on the one hand and “Christianity and atheism” on the other. There we see the pure counterfeit of Jesus. [Oh?] Whether Hindu or atheist, we are separated from God; whether Christian or atheist, we are supposedly separated from Lucifer who pretends as the “true light” bringing the “pure doctrine”. This understanding of Lucifer as the “pure” counterfeit is important, as least for those deceived ones who still want to be up front with the leaders when the Antichrist is revealed. [Yeah, well there’s a long list of Antichrists out there!]. The theological dogma of Albert Pike, top American Illuminatist and thirty-third degree Freemason, is clearly of interest and it is laid out in the “Instructions” issued by him on July 14, 1889 [“Well… There you go again!” — Bro. Ronald Reagan, 33°, during the 1980 and 1984 debates] to the 23 Supreme Councils of the world. Pike’s instructions contain the following:

[The same exact material that is in the OccTheoc extract is now quoted. In fact, we need not quote the remainder of the chapter, since it is not pertinent to the present work…..]


This material gets older and more worn out each time we come across it. We could cite Pat Robertson’s meagre reference to Pike, which can be found on pages 183-184 of The New World Order, ghost-written by a gay man who came out of the closet, in early 1995 e.v., much to the dismay of Pat Robertson, who seems to remain in the news to this day, fomenting the swill he is renowned for. Legislative decisions against his “Voters’ Guides” will not keep him from stuffing them into the mail boxes of his faithful. It must be mentioned that Robertson’s book is filled with numerous inaccuracies, which only goes to discredit the entire work as a piece of paranoid fiction. As least Nesta Webster COULD write historical material. There is a rather sickening but entertaining Chick tract on the subject, too.

If agents and operatives can produce a long string of lies and counterfeits to serve their fear-based purposes, and do it to discredit a man and an organization for which he gave his life in service to, consider what is being done today with other organizations…

“Consider of this” — Baphomet XI°


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