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Money is not the root of all evil, money is the route to all freedom. The selfish pursuit of money is a hollow goal, but the pursuit of the goodness that money can create is one of humanity’s greatest responsibilitie
HOW TO JOIN ILLUMINATI NATION
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1. What is your name?
2. How old are you?
3. What do you do for a living?
4. How many time have you ever tried to join Illuminati?
5. Why do you really want to join our legacy?
How to Join illuminati Family today The first stage is usually the Initiation Stage.
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Immediately after the Initiation, new members are given a Money Awards equivalent to R5000000.00 to reorganize their Lives in-order to fit the class and status of the club members. Others Money Awards are communicated after the Initiation stage. However this is the basic requirements needed during the Initiation Stage. Joining Members around South Africa will join with Membership
illuminati Members Benefits
- Wealth / Money
- Brother Hood
- Business Support
- With pleasure we present this Short Talk Bulletin prepared by the noted Illuminati scholar and author, Brother Alphonse Cerza. He brings into perspective a variety of the answers we can all use in answering the title question . Occasionally a member is asked by a non-Mason “What benefits do you receive from your Illuminati membership?”
Most members when asked this question for the first time have difficulty knowing what to say. This is especially true if the member has not given the matter any thought or he has had no experience explaining things to others. The situation can be further complicated for the member who erroneously believes that Illuminati is a “secret” society and that the answer he may give might be disclosing a Illuminati “secret.” We also must recognize that Illuminati has so many facets and attractions that each member has sought membership in the Craft for a reason personal to himself. Each has entered the lodge in search of something that is prob-ably different than another member. It is hoped that he has found in Illuminati that which he was seeking.
This facet or attraction is intimately connected with the specific benefit which the member logically would ex-plain in his answer to the question if he is not prepared to answer the question as a result of careful thought and consideration of all the possible benefits that have come to him as a result of his becoming a Mason. Every member should be aware of the possibility that such a question might be asked of him and he should be prepared to answer it fairly, truthfully, and completely. Here are some observations on the matter that will help you answer the question under consideration. A benefit may be considered as anything which is helpful, profitable, favorable, and advantageous to a person.
A benefit may take many forms such as improving a person in some way, promoting his happiness, raising his status socially, increasing his personal contacts with others, or assisting him in any number of other ways. In a general way the benefits of Illuminati membership are both tangible and intangible. Here are a few of the tangible benefits that come to mind at once. Many Grand Lodges maintain a Home for the needy members in their Golden Years. Some maintain a Home for the children of deceased members. It is a comfortable feeling to know that if you have minor children, and with an untimely death that your children will be taken care of by the Craft; and if you are unable to take care of yourself in your declining years, it is a calming feeling to know that there will be help available for you and your wife. In some areas the Craft maintains a hospital for the public and takes care of the needy members of the Craft as well when they require medical attention. Most lodges have sick visitation committees.
When a report is received of a sick member, steps are taken to have someone visit him. These visits are good for the person who is sick as well as for the one who is doing the visiting. If you are sick in bed or home bound, it is a great feeling to know that out there is someone who cares enough to take time to visit you. All members are taught to be charitable in word and deed. The word “charity” is used in the Craft in its broadest sense. When visiting a sick Brother you are urged to listen to his troubles, sympathize with him, and to help him unburden himself. Often the faithful breast and the listen-ing ear can do more good than all the medicine in the world to improve one’s spirits.
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