In light of our success, and with the growing number of worthless books written about us and our Freemason friends, we have decided that time is ripe for us to emerge to the forefront, at least in part, and in doing so, we need to set the record straight once and for all.


First – a little brief insight into the origins of the Illuminati Order. This is not intended to be a concise history of the Order of The Illuminati, but merely a snapshot of the truth of things with regards to important events in the history of our secret society. Pharaoh Sesostri the First had a son named Lidus, whom learned the ways of architecture and built many fabulous structures. He became very famous, and many of the wealthy had paid him large fortunes to teach their sons the arts of Geometry and of architecture, how to build fabulous temples and homes for the wealthy. Lidius became very rich and famous, and his school became renowned worldwide. Lidius had a love for exotic animals and birds, and he used his wealth to establish for himself a little private zoo, where he would spend much of his time, playing with various animals. It was during this time that he discovered he could transmit his thoughts and feelings to some of the animals, especially tigers, cattle, horses and many others.

He then told his servant Yaber about his new discovery, and asked him if he could test his ability on him. As time went on, the two discovered what is now known as “telepathy.” Yaber, who ran Lidius’ school of Masonry passed on this ability to those whom, took an oath to secrecy. As time went by they discovered that if they formed a triad, they can induce thoughts and emotions into others whom were unaware they were being subjected to a psychological experiment. They visited temples, where they would find sincere subjects whom were ripe for exploitation. The Telepathic Craft worked well, so well in fact, that they were able to extract more money for their work from their clients. As they traveled, they spent many years working on major construction projects, and the Masons sought to expand their brotherhood and establish powerful friends wherever they went. They decided to teach the craft to all who were wealthy and were in high positions. Priests and priestesses were prime candidates, as well as political leaders, kings and governors.