Illuminati Exposed

The Illuminati had to sell their famous trademark to U.S Government a subsidiary of the The Gentlemen of Utmost Fortune

The Illuminati had to sell their famous trademark to U.S Government a subsidiary of the The Gentlemen of Utmost Fortune

As I enter the small town of Blackvale, Pennsylvania, I see just the bare skeleton of a city, the town center sparsely populated, stores barely hanging on, losing business to the Walmart down the road. What was the cause of this economic stagnation? You see, this was one of the many outlets of the Illuminati, the secret world government.

Adam Weishaupt founder and ceo of the Illuminati

Adam Weishaupt founder and ceo of the Illuminati

The local Illuminati was the lifeblood of this town, producing various apparatuses to control the mass populations, but no longer. I talked to a former employee of the Illuminati who now works for Walmart: Jeffrey Tenner. He said, “Yah, everybody was in shock when they closed down the mysterious metallic black box, but you could see it coming. More and more people were getting laid off. It was only a matter of time.”

What caused this downturn? There were several issues. One was that there’s less money in secret societies controlling world governments than there used to be. Most economists blame the rise of start-up secret world governments online, like i-Templars, The Gentlemen of Utmost Fortune, and Facebook, to name a few. One former high-ranking official in the Illuminati was quoted as saying that he’d had 99 problems, and his investment in the secret society industry was one.

Jane Q-X Gem Reporting in from Blackvale, Pennsylvania.

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