Is Illuminati real? If it is, it might not be what you think it is.

People nowadays get offended over anything very easily, because they think everything is fair, and everyone should be right because they have an opinion even if it leads nowhere, even if they know they are wrong. Their mind has shrunk so small that they can’t even push themselves to see the big picture anymore. All because of being kept in the illusion that they matter. You matter, yes, but not as much as you think you do. The fake encouragements that these advertisements make, they are not to help you out, they are just in order to make you feel good so you would like them and use the products they offer and make them money. You think you have a mind of your own, but you don’t.

We are getting so used to having a small world, a world where distance doesn’t mean a thing, still, there is no real closeness among people. We think we understand affection, we understand love, because we see them all the time on television and the internet. Holding hands, talking all day long, doing silly things together, forgetting the world, caring for only the people that matter to us, is how they show love, and this idea sits in our mind and we accept it. But in truth, real affection and real love is not about going after people who make you look good in the outside world, it is about having that soul to soul connection that would last even if you can’t show off to the outside world how awesome you are.

The glamour, the riches, the perfect look, these are promoted because they won’t be able to make money if you accepted that you are perfect as you are—simple, poor, black, white, it doesn’t matter. But they don’t want you to accept it. You need to be reminded constantly through these advertisements that you suck, you always need the products to feel good about yourself, you need them otherwise you are just a loser in life, you are no one if you don’t follow the trends, you are no one if you are not famous, you are no one if you are not cool. They create these thoughts in your mind and then come as saviours.

After they are done making you feel bad about yourself, they present you their products telling you they can help you to feel good, to not to let you die a loser, to help you follow trends, to make you famous, to make you cool—and does this strategy work? Do they make money? A lot, yes.

Don’t get me wrong here, I’m not against the rich businessmen, they are doing only the things they need to do for their own survival. Many years ago when the industrialisation began and people saw this huge opportunity to make huge money, some took the advantage of the opportunity and made the leap. It started as a way of helping people and to provide them a better life, but as the industries grew more and more, and they began to understand how the consumers worked, they began to strategize over how to keep the consumers more engaged to their businesses so that they can make more and more money. It started with a good intention, but soon it turned out to be a game.

It wasn’t hard for them to get control over their consumers because the common people, who are the consumers, are easily lured by the things that are bright and beautiful. After coming to this realisation, all the things that are bright and beautiful became the face of business. They have been using this strategy for several decades now, and it seems to be working just fine. People are actually lured by all the things that are bright and beautiful—it’s just that easy. And do people fall in the trap? Every damn time, yes.

There has been a theory going around the world which is not talked about in the open, if you do, you are an idiot. It is so because there is no hard evidence to back this theory up. But let me take the side by saying that: Illuminati is real. And Illuminati is not some secret organisation trying to have control over the whole world, Illuminati is a person. Illuminati is every single person who manipulates the consumers just for their own good. It could be the rich businessmen, or some low class scammer who doesn’t have anything to do with what products they provide or how they provide it as long as they are making money. They might not be aware of it, they might not even recognize themselves as Illuminati, but they are. They created a trap for the consumers and in the end, they became a victim of it themselves, they fell in it too.

The rich want more money, bigger house, more luxuries, more cars, better status, because they’ve got to stay ahead of the other rich people. Likewise, the middle class and the poor need more money, bigger house, more luxuries, more cars, better status, because they’ve got to stay ahead of the other middle class and the poor. This is a vicious trap indeed.

147 thoughts on “Is Illuminati real? If it is, it might not be what you think it is.

  1. Yes, a consumer trap and consumer manipulation. I think Vance Packard first revealed this in his book “The Hidden Persuaders” 1954. Even though it was published so long a go a read present day still provides insights .

    Liked by 4 people

  2. Indeed. Says you describe the illuminati, yes indeed…that makes a lot of sense. In principle, I can stand behind this idea. LOL…conspiracies abound, my friend. One thing I absolutely know (for my own well being) Consequences always show up somewhere. Actions have reactions whether seen of hidden, but there are indicators. And like you said, “The People” and what drives them can be seen; obviously seen…right in front of us is the indicator of a bigger picture. Bravo!

    You see it! Some don’t, but you article points clearly. I’m really glad I read this. New perspective. Thank you!

    Liked by 3 people

  3. Great blog and so true. I’ve always said the day I wear a name brand item is never because I’m not ever going to pay for something so I can be a walking bill board advertising someone elses name and making someone else wealthy. If they want me to walk around advertising their name or logo they can pay me instead. For some reason masses of people get dooped and these fashion designers or cosmetic brands or car companies etc feed off peoples desperate need to appear wealthy, or important or on trend. I always feel so sad for that lady who shows up flashing around her ugly over priced designer bag desperate for compliments, desperate for people to see her as something important or meaningful – its just so very sad and heartbreaking to watch. I could win 60 million dollars and would never go down that road seeking approval and acceptance based on meaningless stuff. If the Illuminati are behind it then they are wise enough to recognize and exploit that and shame on them but shame on those who buy into it and perpetuate it.

    Liked by 5 people

    1. I wasn’t aware of it but I did some research about it today, it seems something just as Illuminati. Guess it is the same every time when someone gets a bit ahead of others they start thinking it’s them who are meant to have the control over everything. Thank you very much for your comment. I really appreciate it!

      Liked by 1 person

  4. It certainly is a vicious trap – even more obvious when visiting poorer countries. Social media makes everything instantaneous but there were always sellers of so called Snake Oil. Predators will predate and we are a very manipulative species. Great post.

    Liked by 2 people

  5. [You think you have a mind of your own, but you don’t.]

    So true, at least to my programmed mind :-). You have insights far beyond your years. I assume you are a very old soul. Excellent, expressive writing!

    Liked by 2 people

  6. Thanks for following my blog :))

    I heartily agree with your points about the way marketers prey on our sense of self-worth to turn a buck, and how we become more and more isolated even as distances seem to close, globally. But in terms of the terminology used in your statement, “Illuminati is every single person who manipulates the consumers just for their own good,” I felt a bit confused.

    From wikipedia:
    “Historically, the name [illuminati] usually refers to the Bavarian Illuminati, an Enlightenment-era secret society founded on 1 May 1776. The society’s goals were to oppose superstition, obscurantism, religious influence over public life, and abuses of state power. “The order of the day,” they wrote in their general statutes, “is to put an end to the machinations of the purveyors of injustice, to control them without dominating them.”” (wikipedia).

    Later the name “illuminati” was twisted, to refer to plutocrats such as the ones you describe… however, the true illuminati started as a seed of justice and ethics, if I understand it right.

    best wishes

    Liked by 2 people

    1. I understand your confusion given you know so much about the term Illuminati. I am very aware of the Bavarian society—the actual Illuminati, but what I tried to do here is give a modern definition to the term. The Bavarian Illuminati tried to have control over people without dominating anyone—in a good sense, still, and if you see the modern world, the commercial field is taking control of the people without dominating anyone. All they do is advertise and be nice, and people automatically fall in the trap because of the validation they receive. The real Illuminati group might have been disbanded, but the modern Illuminati—as I described, is still trying to mould the society in their way.
      Hope I was able to justify myself. Thank you very much for your honest comment!

      Liked by 1 person

      1. The biggest gift we can give in this world is to unconditionally accept others. Their logic, reasoning and beliefs. Then they will not fall victim to all (and ads) that want them to be better, richer, cooler you name it… So let us spread the gift!

        Liked by 1 person

  7. Answer: don’t read ads, don’t watch commercial tv, don’t listen to the hundreds of guris promoting this or that ‘system’; look inward, not outward, and above all else say, Hey, I’m okay.
    I like your article. We think similar thoughts in our individual not totally dissimilar ways.

    Liked by 2 people

    1. Thank you very much for your comment. I agree with your answer but I think ultimately it’s all about having self control and going after only the things that we actually need, and the things that actually matters to us.

      Liked by 1 person

  8. Interesting insight. Advertising has been around for as long as there has been a “market”. I do agree that the last two decades has seen the advent of the most demoniacal assertion of offering something “free” while gathering personal information to be sold to the highest bidder.
    That sort of information gathering used to be paid for by research companies. It’s priceless and we give it away like water.

    Liked by 2 people

  9. You speak the truth. We are bombarded with advertising that tells us what we need. Perhaps that is why I don’t have a television cable connection any longer. I’m trying to learn to be happy with me just the way I am.

    Liked by 2 people

  10. Great post. Thank you for the follow as well. I recently watched a talk where it was said some of the first African slaves bought to the Americas were lured to the ships with simple, bright cloths. The slavers learned by watching how much value and love these people placed on bright cloths, so they stood on the shores, made enough noise to attract the people, drew them on board, and chained them up for the ‘free journey’ to a new land.

    Liked by 3 people

Leave a Reply

Please log in using one of these methods to post your comment: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s