How does Satan influence society?

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  • Maze

    A Satanic Plot for a One World Government

    The World Conspirators: the Illuminati

    Who controls the monies

    The Pilgrims of Saint Michael firmly believe that the nucleus of all evil stems from those who control the monies of the world, whom we generally refer to as the International Bankers. But one word we seldom here about, much less understand, is the Illuminati.

    The Illuminati are elite men, those on the top, who control the International Bankers to control, for evil purposes, the entire world. Their agentur are bred, educated, and trained to be placed behind the scenes at all levels of government. As experts and advisers, they mould government policy so as to further the secret plans of their masters. They lure people away from God by offering them money, the world, the flesh, and the devil.

    Those who direct the Illuminati are against Christ and for Satan. They always remain in the dark, unidentified, and generally unsuspected. They use all peoples to serve their diabolical purposes. They divide to conquer, supplying arms and money to both sides, instigating people to fight and kill each other, in order to be able to achieve their objectives. they foster the terrorism of atomic warfare and deliberately cause world famine. Their primary goal is to form a one world government to have complete control of the entire world, destroying all religions and governments in the process.

    Recently I came across a tape entitled Ā«The History of the IlluminatiĀ» by Myron Fagan in which Mr. Fagan explains in detail what the Illuminati is, how it started, and their conspiracy to form a one world government by the end of the 20th Century. Following are excerpts taken from this tape, based on William Guy Carr's book, "Pawns in the Game". The subtitles are from the "Michael" Journal.

  • flipper

    He doesn't influence society because he doesn't exist. The illuminati influence society as they are real and quite capable of being evil all on their own

  • Pika_Chu
    Pika_Chu's too early in the day for me to talk about conspiracy theories...puke...

    Skepticism is liberating, no?

  • Amelia Ashton
    Amelia Ashton

    I love conspiracy theories but they have to be a little bit plausable.

    No fairy tale sky daddys or their evil spirit counter parts.

  • Maze

    Some of what was stated is pure fiction, but the premise is kind of interesting.

  • Pika_Chu

    Some of what was stated is pure fiction, but the premise is kind of interesting.

    Yes, and interestingly enough, some conspiracy theorists point to scriptures to "prove" their points. I happen to know some JWs who are somewhat conspiracy theorists. Some of those ideas tie in with with the idea of a new world to come, the concept of Satan controlling the governments, and the fall of the Anglo-American Empire. But, what I always thought was odd, is that Satan would be creating his own doom this way. Depending on how you look at this whole thing, if Satan is meddling in all these affairs, he must be accelerating our path to Armageddon in a roundabout way.

  • ProdigalSon

    There is no such sentient being as "Satan", it's a metaphor for human egos. We all have Satan inside. Get rid of him, and if there's anything left, it's all Christ. This is all in the Gnostic Gospels that the Catholic Church burned. I doubt if there is anyone on this forum devoid of spirit, but ya never know.....

    Michael Tsarion- The Origin of Evil

    As for those 'Illuminati', they've been around a long, long time....

    Michael Tsarion- The Destruction of Atlantis

  • keyser soze
    keyser soze

    He doesn't influence society. He's a total fabrication, like every one of your online personas.

  • cantleave


    Join me in worshipping Satan.

    You know you want to.......................

  • Maze
    He doesn't influence society. He's a total fabrication, like every one of your online personas.

    Why do you call yourself Keyser Soze? Is your online persona a fabrication?

    The Usual Suspects (1995) - Memorable quotes

    Keaton always said, "I don't believe in God, but I'm afraid of him." Well I believe in God, and the only thing that scares me is Keyser Soze.

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