Does A Small Group Of People Control The World?

With many of the bizarre actions happening in the world today and average citizens feeling more and more marginalized this has opened the door for some to question powerful groups controlling the world order. With others calling these people conspiracy theorists so we thought it’d be interesting to take a look at the history of conspiracy theories and secret societies.
Many conspiracy theories involve the idea of secret societies and cabals working behind the scenes to manipulate events for their own benefit or to control the world. Historically, secret societies have been associated with many occult and spiritual practices, but also with political movements and secret intelligence activities.
One of the most well-known secret societies is the Illuminati, which is believed by some to be a powerful and secretive group controlling world events. The origins of the Illuminati can be traced to the 18th century, when a Bavarian professor named Adam Weishaupt founded a secret society with the goal of promoting rationalism and free thought.
Other secret societies that have been linked to conspiracy theories include the Freemasons, the Bilderberg Group, and the Trilateral Commission. Freemasonry has widely been accused of being involved in manipulating political and economic affairs, with some conspiracy theorists believing that they are a part of a larger plot to establish a new world order.
The Bilderberg Group and Trilateral Commission are private associations made up of influential politicians, business leaders and intellectuals who meet annually to discuss important issues and exchange ideas. These groups have been accused of promoting a globalist agenda and engaging in secret meetings and decision-making.
Overall, the belief in secret societies and their influence on world events is often used to explain difficult or confusing events and to justify suspicions and distrust of those in power. However, these claims are often unsupported by evidence and are based on speculation, leading many to view these theories as groundless and baseless.
For example the existence of the Committee of 300 is not a conspiracy theory, as it is a well-documented secret society founded in the 18th century. However, some of the claims made about the group by certain conspiracy theorists may not be supported by evidence or have been debunked. There are many conspiracy theories surrounding the Committee of 300, including the idea that they control the world’s governments and financial systems. It is important to critically evaluate any claims made about the Committee of 300 or any other secret society, and to rely on credible sources and evidence-based information.
So the Committee of 300 is or was a real secret society founded in 1727 by the British aristocracy. It is also known as the Olympians or simply as “The Committee”. The group was formed to consolidate the power and influence of the British nobility over the world’s economic and political systems.
The origins of the Committee of 300 can be traced back to the British East India Company, one of the largest and most powerful trading organizations in history. As the British Empire expanded, the company’s wealth and influence grew, and it became a major force in global trade.
The Committee of 300 was formed as a way to ensure that the British aristocracy maintained control over the East India Company and other similar institutions. The group was made up of the most influential families in the British Empire, including the Rothschilds, Rockefellers, Astors, and the royal families of Europe.
Over time, the Committee’s influence extended far beyond the British Empire and into every corner of the world. The group was responsible for shaping global economic policy, creating and controlling central banks, and manipulating governments and other institutions to serve their own interests.
Today, the Committee of 300 remains one of the most powerful secret societies in the world. While the nature and extent of their influence is largely unknown, many believe that they continue to play a major role in shaping global economic and political policy.
It’s important to mention many mainstream  organizations and individuals deny the existence of the Committee of 300, viewing it as a conspiracy theory without evidence to support its claims. They believe the Committee of 300 originates from a book called “The Committee of 300” by author John Coleman, who has been criticized for a lack of credible sources for his claims and promoting anti-Semitic and racist theories. The idea of a secretive elite controlling the world has much pushback by numerous scholars, journalists, and historians who reject the notion of a secret society with such vast power and influence.
Secret societies have been formed and disbanded throughout history, here are some of the secret societies that are well-known.
Cabal: The term “cabal” dates back to the 17th century when it was used to describe a group of ministers of King Charles II of England. The term was derived from the surnames of these ministers – Clifford, Arlington, Buckingham, Ashley, and Lauderdale – and the word “cabal” was formed by taking the initial letters of their last names.
Although the original meaning of the term referred to a specific group of politicians and their actions, over time, the word “cabal” came to be associated with any group of people who worked secretly to achieve their goals.
In the 18th century, secret societies like the Illuminati, the Freemasons, and the Rosicrucians emerged, and they were often referred to as cabals. These groups were often accused of subversive and clandestine activities, and many people believed they were working to overthrow the established order.
During the 19th century, the term “cabal” was applied to political groups in Europe, particularly in France, where secret societies were believed to be involved in many revolutionary and anarchist movements.
In the 20th century, the concept of cabals continued to be associated with secret societies and clandestine operations, particularly in intelligence services and espionage. The CIA’s Project MKUltra, for example, was a secret program that aimed to develop mind control techniques, and has been referred to as a cabal.
Today, the term “cabal” is often used in a more general sense to describe groups of people who work in secret to achieve their goals, often with conspiratorial overtones. However, it should be noted that the term is often used without any evidence to support the claim of secret and subversive activity.
Freemasons: The Freemasons, also known as the Masonic Order, is a fraternal organization that traces its roots back to the stonemasons’ guilds of the Middle Ages. The modern Freemasons, however, are a non-religious, non-political organization that aims to promote moral and spiritual values and to contribute to their communities through charity and public service.
The exact origins of the Freemasons are unclear, but they emerged from the medieval stonemasons’ guilds in the 17th and 18th centuries. As the guild system declined, the Freemasons began to admit men from other professions, eventually becoming a fraternity open to men of all religions and backgrounds.
The Freemasons have traditionally been known for their secrecy and ritualistic traditions, which include the use of symbols and the practice of degree ceremonies. These ceremonies are designed to convey moral and ethical principles through allegory and myth, and are often accompanied by group prayer and meditation.
Throughout their history, the Freemasons have been the subject of numerous conspiracy theories, often linking them to secret societies and political intrigues. However, the organization has consistently denied any involvement in such activities and has stressed its commitment to upholding democratic values and promoting individual freedom.
Today, the Freemasons continue to be active in many countries around the world, with membership open to men who are of good character and who believe in a supreme being. Supreme Being is a concept in theology and philosophy referring to a divine being or an ultimate reality that is considered to be the highest power or source of all that exists. It is often associated with the idea of God, Allah, or other deities in various religions and belief systems. The concept of a Supreme Being usually includes attributes such as omnipotence, omniscience, omnibenevolence, and infinity. In the context of Freemasonry, members are required to profess a belief in a Supreme Being, but the organization does not dictate any specific religious beliefs or practices.
The Trilateral Commission: Trilateral Commission is a non-governmental organization (NGO) founded in 1973 by David Rockefeller, alongside Zbigniew Brzezinski and other prominent leaders in politics, business, and academia from North America, Europe, and Asia. The organization aimed to promote greater cooperation and understanding between the countries of North America, Europe, and East Asia by facilitating dialogue among their elites.
The idea for the formation of the Trilateral Commission came from a concern among its founders that the world was becoming increasingly complex and interdependent, and that there was a need for greater cooperation among the major economic powers. They believed that the challenges facing the world could not be addressed solely by individual countries acting on their own.
The organization’s membership includes about 400 members, including prominent politicians, businesspeople, and academics, such as Bill Clinton, Henry Kissinger, and Paul Volcker.
The Trilateral Commission has been criticized by some who see it as a secretive, globalist group with undue influence over world politics. Some conspiracy theories allege that the commission is a part of a global elite agenda to consolidate power and create a one-world government.
Despite these criticisms, the Trilateral Commission continues to hold regular meetings and publish reports on issues of global concern, such as climate change, economic development, and the rise of authoritarian governments.
Illuminati: The Illuminati is a purported secret society founded in Bavaria, Germany, in the late 1700s. It was founded by a Bavarian law professor named Adam Weishaupt, who was inspired by the ideals of the Enlightenment and sought to create a society dedicated to reason, freedom, and progress.
Weishaupt rejected religious dogma and traditional forms of authority, and sought to create a society that was based on reason and humanism. He believed that by using the power of reason and education, humanity could free itself from superstition, ignorance, and oppression.
The Illuminati grew rapidly in its early years, attracting members from across Europe and even North America. Its members included intellectuals, politicians, and businessmen, and it was rumored to have had a significant influence on the French Revolution.
However, the Illuminati was also the subject of intense criticism and conspiracy theories. Many saw it as an attempt to undermine traditional social and religious values, and some accused it of attempting to take over the world. These conspiracy theories were fueled in part by the group’s secrecy and the use of symbols and coded language.
The Illuminati was officially disbanded in the late 1700s, amid growing public scrutiny and government crackdowns. However, its legacy has continued to this day, with many conspiracy theorists continuing to believe that the group still exists and is behind many of the world’s major events and institutions.
Skull and Bones: The Skull and Bones is a secret society at Yale University, founded in 1832 by William Huntington Russell and Alphonso Taft. The society is known for its unique rituals, secretive nature, and involvement of prominent figures in various fields.
The exact origins of the society and the meaning behind its name, logo, and rituals are shrouded in mystery, but it is believed to have been modeled after secret societies at European universities. The society is highly selective and admits only 15 new members each year, typically from wealthy and influential families.
Over the years, many prominent figures have been members of Skull and Bones, including politicians, businessmen, and academic leaders. These include three U.S. Presidents – William Howard Taft, George H.W. Bush, and George W. Bush – as well as numerous high-ranking government officials, business leaders, and media personalities.
The society has faced criticism and controversy over the years, with many accusing it of elitism and nefarious influence. Its secretive nature and involvement in politics have also led to concerns about its potential to exert undue influence over government policies and decision-making. However, the society maintains that it is simply a social organization for elite Yale students and alumni, and that its activities are harmless and non-political.
Bilderberg Group: The Bilderberg Group is an annual invitation-only conference of around 130 politicians, corporate leaders, and academics from Europe and North America. The conference is held in isolation and secrecy, without any media coverage or press statement. The participants come from a variety of backgrounds, from government officials and politicians to academics and executives from multinational corporations.
The group was founded in 1954, and its original purpose was to promote dialogue between Europe and North America during the Cold War. Since then, the group has discussed various topics such as economic, political, and social issues. Critics of the Bilderberg Group argue that it is an exclusive club of elites who meet to conspire and advance their own interests at the expense of ordinary citizens. However, the group maintains that it is a private forum for open and frank discussions on important issues.
The Order of the Golden Dawn: This is a magical order founded in the late 19th century that is known for its use of Kabbalistic and Hermetic symbolism. Many famous writers, artists, and occultists were members of this group, including Aleister Crowley and W.B. Yeats.
It’s important to note that some of these societies may not be secret in the strict sense of the word, as most of them have been studied, analyzed, and researched by scholars.
So as the world tensions grow there is no doubt there will be additional mention of the power of secret societies that some will say connects the dots too much of the geopolitical actions of today. And they believe as time goes by it becomes clearer and clearer that many are not theories at all but actual conspiracies.
This is why it’s so important to have a true free press in the United States giving the facts and truth through investigative reporting to the people. But now the many of the news organizations who are supposed to be the backbone of freedom of the press are now a conspiracy theory as well. Plotting against the best interest of America and the World, the future of America is unclear. But, for sure, there is something going on, and maybe Tucker Carlson and Elon Musk will be the beacon of the freedom of the press on Twitter, or may be it we be called ‘X’. Maybe this was the design all along for Musk purchasing twitter afterall? Nah, probably just a conspiracy theory.
Arthur Ingles
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