Illuminatiam Online

Complaint: Instead, though, they pretty quickly wanted me to start buying stuff. First off, they were pretty insistent that I buy an Illuminati Talisman so that I could display my loyalty. These talismans, of course, cost money. OK, so itu2019s a bit weird that a secret society wants me to buy a necklace so that everyone knows Iu2019m a member and also that these items are as little $30. Thereu2019s also a hilarious disclaimer on the talisman marketing email: u201cBe careful when others offer the Talisman online.u201d Ah, I see: When other people offer you a cheap fake Illuminati talisman, itu2019s a scam, but not when the official Illuminati do it. Yes, that sounds perfectly legitimate. YEAH RIGHT…! Next, the Illuminati really wanted me to buy their book, Illuminatiam: The First Testament of the Illuminati. This book is available on Amazon and costs $9.90. The booku2019s description claims that its wisdom is available to only elite members of the group, but in reality, anyone with a mailing address or a Kindle and almost 10 bucks can order it. Sadly, the book has almost 2,000 reviews, which means the scam is working on somebody. I hope that many people havenu2019t bought the fake gold necklaces NOR the fake rings. direct.dodis.co/u2026/illuminati-ring-official-sterlingu2026 After much thought and research, I know now the Illuminatiam or Illuminati are FAKES!! FRAUDS!! LIARS!!! Itu2019s been a crazy whirlwind of a month in which I have been connected to the Illuminati. Actually, it just really filled up my junk mail folder. In any case, I am ready to move on to another secret society. Something that gives me more power in international affairs and maybe a group who has a better graphic designer. Maybe something that sends fewer emails and that is slightly less culty. So, there you have it. The u201cofficialu201d site of the Illuminati (illuminati.am) and (direct.dodis.co) are sites that likely has no connection to either the original Bavarian Enlightenment-era secret group or the alleged modern-day secret society of pop stars. In fact, itu2019s just an attempt to make money (like 97 percent of the stuff on the internet). It is really, really that easy to unsubscribe from the Illuminati. But who knows? Hopefully, you will block them! REPORT THEM TOO!!!!!!

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