Invitation to join

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It seems as though just about everyone (and their cousin) wants to join the Illuminati. And while Illuminatiam explain (in very simple terms) what the process for becoming a member entails – the vast majority of individuals still haven’t got a clue as to what that process is.
We hope this article helps to clarify things for you a bit. 

Join Illuminatiam"s Mailing List

Ideally one will have spent a fair amount of time researching and studying the organization, and will have developed an understanding as to the type of individual that Illuminatiam tell us they’re looking to invite into their organization.

The other first step:  the one most everyone does before going on to learn about them – is to sign up for their mailing list. It’s quite easy to do really – just enter your name (whatever name you go by) and your email address. Then click Submit.

When you do this, Illuminatiam suggest that you add their email address to your email contacts.

We suggest you add them first – as a number of seekers have missed seeing the confirmation message that gets autogenerated by Illuminatiam’s email system when you submit your info.

This step ensures that their messages
come directly to your inbox – instead of winding up
in your spam, junk or bulk mail folder

 

Once your information is submitted, the next step is to click on the link in that very first email message they send out. Now your info has been added to their mailing list database.


Those who are unfamiliar with online marketing tactics and how websites are created will confuse this MAILING LIST SIGN UP FORM as being an actual “Application for Membership into the Illuminati itself” (this confusion is caused in part because Illuminatiam refer to it as an Application Form).

Anyway, you should now check your email for additional messages
There are probably new messages already coming in.
Expect to receive messages every few days (in the beginning). After a few months you will notice that new messages are spaced farther and farther apart. PLEASE UNDERSTAND that nothing is wrong. You have simply reached the end of their que of prewritten messages.

Seekers & followers often believe that Illuminatiam are writing their messages fresh for everyone as they are received. The simple truth is they can get far more accomplished using an automated email system like MailChimp or Constant Contact to handle their messages. Illuminatiam uses MailChimp.

 

Lost In Translation

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There is an ancient and somewhat quaint notion that translation is just about language – about words.
This is not true, though, because language itself isn’t about words. The words of language are just symbols we manipulate to paint meaning into our world — to project pictures that convey the underlying message, concept or idea.

Translators do not translate languages or words
They translate ideas

Since we must understand those ideas to do this accurately, we must know not only what we know, but we must also know what they (the authors of the original work) know, too.

We’ve noticed a trend where Initiates and individuals following the Illuminati have taken it upon themselves (either personally or as a member of of one of the many endeavors that have sprung up around the Illuminatiam movement) to provide translations of Illuminati books & messages. This activity is being carried out without permission from or the direction of Illuminati, Which means they have infringed upon the copyrights of Illuminatiam and of Helen Milano (the registered owner of the publications they are copying, translating, and giving away… or in some cases, charging for).

They are in effect, stealing from the Illuminati.

We’ll cover that aspect in another article. This article addresses the fact that you may not getting the whole (or accurate) picture when you read one of these unauthorized translations.

 


 

Chief among the reasons that the Illuminati have not provided translations of their own work into other languages themselves is that not all ideas make it through the translation process. Some languages do not have words for the particular concepts that Illuminati impart. There are also many (hidden) layers of meaning contained within the particular phrasing and arrangement of passages in their book and in their articles. Much of this hidden meaning gets lost when translating mere words from one language into the next.

What happens if a translator understands the languages, but not the ideas? How do those translations work out in the real world?
Short answer:  Catastrophe

The translation world is overflowing with novice (but certainly well-meaning) translators flailing about in dangerous waters infested with their own conceptual blindness. This is an inevitable outcome of the persistent and wrongheaded solitary focus on language to the exclusion of content.

Some of the most common challenges of translation include:

  • Translating Language Structure
  • Translating Idioms and Expressions
  • Translating Compound Words
  • Two-Word Verbs
  • Missing Names or Words
    Between Languages Being Translated
  • Multiple Meanings In Translation
  • Translating Sarcasm

It’s why students entering translation studies programs would be well advised to learn a great deal about the world before attempting to investigate ways to convey that knowledge – which is exactly what translation is – lest they end up conveying a disturbing and very costly lack of knowledge.

Translation demands a deep understanding of both grammar and culture. Translators need to know the rules of a language as well as the habits of the people who speak it. And even for the most experienced professionals, confusion and frustration are familiar feelings.

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Translating requires skill

to be an effective translator involves more than than just an ability to transcribe words from one language into another.

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Illuminatiam’s The First Testament book falls under Translation Type 10 – Literary Work

The Member’s Portal..

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Community Forum still down

It's been 3 years and 367 days
since Illuminatiam closed the Community Forum section of the Member's Portal

The notice simply says it will reopen “soon”
There have been lot of guesses and conjecture as to when they will have it back up. But the truth of the matter is we just don’t know.

The rest of the Portal seems to be functioning a usual. You can still register, still access the dashboard, take the first couple of Prerequisite tests they have ready for us there. and read a couple of chapters of their book. Initiates need to remember that the Portal is still in BETA. 

Contents Page

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Directors

Nomathemba J Mothibi
Chandra Wood


Administrative Advisors

Luke Severn
Patricia Mancuso


Gatekeepers

Koinonia Yn-ofynnol
Matt Thompson

 


We Are Global

Email

admin@project-illuminati.com

Well, Hello. AgainIt’s been a long time coming – but we’re back, and in a good way.

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The Illuminati tell us how
we should deal with scammers


 

Illuminatiam have peppered their website with information designed to increase awareness and keep you safe. They explain how scammers create multiple profiles on social media – and how futile it is to spend your time focused on shutting them down (as they simply move operations over to another profile – and continue on as before.

INSTEAD OF ENGAGING WITH SCAMMERS, the Illuminati tell us to block them, report them on the social media platforms they harass us on, and report them to the Illuminati (via this simple contact form on the Official Website – www.illuminatiofficial.org/contact-the-illuminati-info).

How Initiates tell you
we should be dealing with them


 

Individuals heading up various initiate led endeavors have been telling followers & Initiates of Illuminatiam that it is “their duty” to seek out and shut down scammers. They’ve set up whole departments dedicated to keeping you busy chasing them down (and reporting them to Brad or some memeber of his Sec 77 team). In some cases these so called initiate leaders train you in how to engage with the scammers.

It’s our responsibility to warn others when we see they are about to be taken advantage of – but it is NOT our duty or job to engage or go after scammers.

Knowledge Base

Knowledge Base

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Build Your Knowledge on a Solid Foundation

Each section below contain links to specific pages on the Illuminati’s Official Website that will enable you to learn more about them

The Illuminati’s Core Beliefs

The Illuminati provide you with a listing of all their websites, email addresses they use when contacting people, and which social media accounts they maintain. This information is provided so that you are able to distinguish between contact from the Illuminati and contact from scammers (or other individuals claiming to represent the Illuminati).

The Illuminati specifically state that they are not on Whatsapp, Gmail, Yahoo, Periscope (and other platforms they are NOT on). They do not reach out to you via social media or from any account or email address that is not listed on the VERIFIED ACCOUNTS page of the Official Website

Illuminati's "verified" email addresses

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More Illuminati Signs & Symbols

each one linked to description on the Official Website

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Questions are the root of all answers

Don’t Be Shy!

Then give us a few days
to read your message over
and respond back

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