Philosophy Of The Illuminati

In 1957 Ayn Rand wrote a book under the direction of Philippe Rothschild. An 1100-page "fictional" novel, Atlas Shrugged became the witchcraft codebook for the Illuminati plan for world takeover.

Possibly more important than the revealing of their plans is the discovery of the philosophical ideals of the occult-conspiracy.

Following are excerpts from Atlas Shrugged revealing the Philosophy of the Illuminati:

Page 323—" Don't argue. Accept. Adjust yourself. Obey."

Page 411—"The only power any government has is the power to crack down on criminals. Well, when there aren't enough criminals, one makes them. One declares so many things to be a crime that it becomes impossible for men to live without breaking laws."

Page 503—"Freedom has been given a chance and has failed. Therefore, more stringent controls are necessary. Since man are unable and unwilling to solve their problems voluntarily, they must be forced to do it."

Page 514—"There is no way to disarm any man except through guilt. Through that which he himself has accepted as guilt. If a man has ever stolen a dime, you can impose on him the punishment intended for a bank robber and he will take it. He'll bear any form of misery, he'll feel that he deserves no better. If there's not enough guilt in the world, we must create it. If we teach a man that it's evil to look at spring flowers and he believes us and then does it—we'll be able to do whatever we please with him. He won't defend himself. He won't feel he is worth it. He won't fight. But save us from the man who lives up to his own standards. Save us from the man of clean conscience. He 's the man who will beat us."

Page 566—"Fear is the only practical means to deal with people."

Page 585—"Who are you to stand against the government?" ("Who can make war with the beast?" Revelation 13:5)

Page 617—"From each according to his ability, to each according to his need." (Karl Marx' Communist Manifesto)

Page 637—"The dollar sign. It stands on the vest of every fat, piglike figure in every cartoon, for the purpose of denoting a crook, a grafter, a scoundrel; as the one surefire brand of evil. It stands—as the money of a free country—for achievement, for success, for ability, for man's creative power—and, precisely for these reasons, it is used as a brand of infamy. It stands stamped on the forehead of men as a mark of damnation. It stands for the initials of the United States. The United States is the only country in history that has ever used its own monogram as a symbol of depravity. Ask yourself why. Ask yourself how long a county that did that could hope to exist and whose moral standards have destroyed it. It was the only country in history where wealth was not acquired by looting, but by production; not by force, but by trade; the only country whose money was the symbol of man's right to his mind, to his work, to his life, to his happiness, to himself. If this is evil, by the present standards of the world, if this is the reason for damning us, then we—we, the dollar-chasers and makers—accept it and choose to be damned by that world. We choose to wear the sign of the dollar on our foreheads proudly, as our badge of nobility—the badge we are willing to live for and if need be, to die for." (Could this be the Mark of the Beast of Revelation 13:16?)

Page 696—"We started with no time in view. We did not know whether we'd live to see the liberation of the world or whether we'd have to leave our battle and our secret to the next generations. We knew only that this was the only way we cared to live. But now we think that we will see, and soon, the day of our victory and of our return. When the code of the looters has collapsed. When the creed of self-immolation has run, for once, its undisguised course—when men find no victims ready to obstruct the paths of justice and to deflect the fall of retribution of themselves—when the preachers of self-sacrifice discover that those who are willing to practice it, have nothing to sacrifice, and those who have, are not willing any longer—when men see that neither their hearts nor their muscles can save them, but the mind they damned is not there to answer their screams for help—when they collapse as they must, as men without mind must—when they have no pretense of authority left, no remnant of law, no trace of morality, no hope, no food and no way to obtain it—when they collapse and the road is then clear—then we'll come back to rebuild the world." (The basic vision of the Rothschilds and the Illuminati.)

As is shown above, the mastery of the Illuminati is a deep, dark deception. It is well conceded that the "god of this present age" is "full of sorceries and every abomination." It is also even more conceded and established, however, that atheistic philosophies are powerful enough to win, only until these adepts come face to face with the Beast-crushing Christ of God (in Daniel, chapter 2.)

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