Great Men as Members of Secret societies

Great Men as Members of Secret Societies

Last Updated on May 29, 2023 by The Unbounded Thinker

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‘Fourteen United States presidents have been Masons from George Washington to Gerald Ford.’ – Barb Karg & John Young: 101 Secrets of the Freemasons

After studying many great men, particularly those born before the 20th century, I realized that most of them were members of powerful secret societies.

For instance, Pythagoras established The Secret Pythagorean Society, which was based on the belief that everything in the World can be represented as relations between various natural numbers. This secret society demanded new members to stay silent for five years, and it helped them acquire a better understanding of the universe. It also encouraged members to embrace solitude and taught them how to develop a quiet mind.

Besides Pythagoras, George Washington was also a member of a secret society. He was a Freemason who attained the highest basic rank. I believe the Freemasons’ teachings and beliefs played a significant role in his political success. 

The Freemasons believe faith, hope, and charity are the most important virtues. They refer to God as the ‘Grand Architect of the Universe,’ and they have absolute faith in God. Primarily, the Freemasons focus on perfecting the soul, mind, and body. 

Anyway, Leonardo da Vinci and Isaac Newton were also members of a secret society known as the Priory of Sion. This secret society aimed at helping members experience the Divine by raising their consciousness. According to Wikipedia, it expected members ‘to carry out good deeds, help the Roman Catholic Church, teach the truth, and defend the weak and the oppressed.’.

Today, many people believe all secret societies are satanic organizations. The conspiracy theories about secret societies have led to the belief that all secret societies were formed for an evil purpose. For this reason, it’s almost impossible to convince the masses that great men were members of secret societies.

We must ignore mainstream information about secret societies and study them to discover and understand their true purpose. Understanding this purpose will enable us to realize that most great men became members of secret societies because these associations helped them achieve higher states of consciousness. These higher states of consciousness enabled them to quickly gain influence, become powerful, and achieve massive financial success.

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