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Darkness Over All: John Robison and the Birth of the Illuminati Conspiracy

•, By Mike Jay
 At the beginning of 1797, John Robison was a man with a solid and long-established reputation in the British scientific establishment. He had been Professor of Natural Philosophy at Edinburgh University for over twenty years, an authority on mathematics and optics; he had recently been appointed senior scientific contributor on the third edition of the Encyclopaedia Britannica, to which he would contribute over a thousand pages of articles. Yet by the end of the year his professional reputation had been eclipsed by a sensational book that vastly outsold anything he had previously written, and whose shockwaves would continue to reverberate long after his scientific work had been forgotten.

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George Washington read John Robison's book, entitled PROOFS OF A CONSPIRACY (1798), and agreed with Robison's main conclusion,  that agents of European Secret Societies (particularly "Illuminists" or "Illuminati") had indeed infiltrated American Freemasonic lodges.

Venetian Financial Interests, Rosicrucians, and Jesuits (or "Jew"-suits, as it was "Marrano" "Jews" like Ignacius Loyola, in Spain, who founded THE SOCIETY OF JESUS, or Jesuits) - all three created modern Freemasonry, in London, circa 1717.   For more on this, watch the following:

Michael Tsarion – Red Ice Live: The Brotherhood of Death 1/2

Michael Tsarion – Red Ice Live: The Brotherhood of Death 2/2

It was Jesuit-trained Adam Weishaupt, funded by the Rothschilds, who organized the ORDER OF THE ILLUMINATI, on May 1, 1776, which was designed to co-opt, or hijack Freemasonry, from the top, on behalf of the Financial Interests and co-opted Royalty of Europe, by initiating high-level Freemasons into the Order (of the Illuminati).  For more information on this topic, investigate the Frankists, and the Sabbateans.

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