Not-So-Secret Homes of 7 Super Secret Societies

Secret societies are everywhere. The elite are secretly collaborating in underground corners of the globe. Some of them don’t mind that we know about these social events, while others maintain that they’re not coordinated at all.

But doormen are talking with their mates, initiation Rites are leaking and people are looking through the windows. A passerby can hear the singing in far underground lairs. Conspiracy theory has long believed that someone controls the world. This person is not the fates.

Here is a list containing seven organizations. The secretive nature of these organizations means that not all members will ever admit to their existence, and their meeting places will remain hidden from public view.

Skull and the Tomb of Bones

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Article-Image of Tomb. (Photo: Ross Sage/CCBY-SA 2.0

Ivy League Yale University has been called one of the best higher education institutions in America, if not the entire world. Their motto “Lux et veritas” translates from Latin as “light and truth.” On the historic campus in New Haven, Connecticut, there is actually a building where “light and truth” is reserved for carefully chosen members and alumni.

It is not possible to know everything about the secret society Skull and Bones. The organization was founded in 1832. 1971 saw the official release of the list of its members. The Bonesmen, as they are commonly called, were business heads, Supreme Court judges, and top government officials. There are many theories about what the Skull and Bones actually do. They could be their representatives at the Central Intelligence Agency or they could be part of a multi-national network aiming for world dominance.

It’s also unclear exactly what’s going on in The Crypt, the group’s headquarters. Still, there are curious stories about what’s in the windowless sandstone building. Its Egyptian-Doric shape makes it look like a large tomb. Hidden documents are believed to be kept in the tomb, including a list of all members and ritual details. There may also be several stolen relics. The Tomb is believed to contain the skulls of famous people like Pancho Villa, Geronimo, Martin Van Buren, as well as the gravestone of Elihu Yale (the founder of the academy). In a show of thievery, cunning known as Crooking, bonemen are also known control other communities.

Bilderberg Club: Hotel in Bilderberg

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Hotel de Bilderberg, Germany

Hotel de Bilderberg, guys. (Photo: Michael1972/CC BY-SA 4.0)

In November 1954, 50 people from 11 European countries and 11 Americans spent three days at Hotel de Bilderberg, Oosterbeek (the Netherlands) The meeting had the purpose of encouraging dialogue between North America & Europe. A prince, a prime Minister, and the president CIA were among those present. After that conference, every year, a group of world leaders in the fields of politics, finance, media, and communications has gathered to discuss… we’re not exactly sure.

There is no agenda. No resolutions are presented. No voting is done. Each year, the meetings are held at different locations. The themes of each meeting are formulated by the general public each and every year. Although the list of attendees was not made public, there have been a few leaks. There are many conspiracy theories, mainly due to the extreme secrecy surrounding the group. Some suspect the community may be plotting to establish a world government, capital conquest or a planned economy. What’s certain is that the more famous you are, the more likely you are to get an invitation to the Bilderberg conference next year.

Trementina Foundation of Scientology

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Trementina Foundation, New Mexico City. (Photograph by Google Earth)

Scientology is best known today because of celebrities like John Travolta and Tom Cruise. However, over the years, the company has been aggressively challenging critics and protecting its secrets. Some describe Scientology as a cult. It is one of the most divisive religious movements.

Basic Scientology asserts that humans are immortal creatures who have reincarnated, lived on other planets, and then returned to Earth. Religion’s assertive nature is one of the reasons it is controversial. It can sometimes resort to character murder or lawsuits when dealing in opposition with atheists and critics. The Church is also very discreet, keeping most of its teachings secret from its members until they have passed through several stages.

Scientology runs a variety of churches called Celebrity Centers that are open to the public but are mainly intended for “anyone with the power and vision to create a better world.” The Church of Spiritual Technology, or CST, is reserved for the most trusted members. Many of these members oversee complex foundations, including Trementina. The official word from the Church is that the foundation is a position used to protect the founder of Scientology, L. Ron Hubbard’s writings, which are said to have been etched on steel sheets and sealed in titanium cases. However, it is assumed that Trementina is more than just a place to archive Hubbard’s works.

Trementina has underground dwellings and tunnels. But what you see from outside is the most interesting thing about the foundation. The base’s aerial photos show huge pictures that have been buried into the Ground. These photos are the Church’s emblem. Former Members have argued the icons are to mark the point at which members will return as they move into the future. Others members believe that Hubbard will return to this location.

Iluminati – Domus Sanctae Marthae

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Pope Francis enters Domus Sanctae Marthae. (Photo: Pufui Piffef I/CC By-SA 3.0).

Formed in 1776 in Bavaria, Germany, this group of free-thinkers, humanists, and intellectuals rejected superstition, bigotry, religion, and its effect on the population and advocated women’s advancement.

The Illuminati is a mysterious group that is believed to be able manipulate trends in government and the arts. According to the official record, the organization was infiltrated and shut it down ten years after it was founded. Conspiracy theorists have been fascinated for decades by the Illuminati’s ability to manipulate the universe for centuries. Many modern organizations claim they are descendants of the original Bavarian Illuminati. They go so far as to use the name “Illuminati” in their title, but there is no evidence that these recent organizations are related to the original.

The location of the party’s headquarters is the key mystery.

Theorists believe that many famous locations include the headquarters of Illuminati.

  • Disney World Orlando, Florida
  • Big Ben in London,
  • The Statue of Liberty, New York City
  • The Eiffel Tower, Paris
  • The Mormon Temple in Salt Lake City (Utah).
  • The Pentagon in Washington, D.C.
  • The Vatican is also included.

Because of the resistance of the Church to the Illuminati, the hypothesis that the headquarters of the Illuminati is located in the Vatican is especially important. Conspiracy theorists claim the Church has been infiltrating society for years, making its chief and the Pope one of the highest-ranking Illuminati members. The Pope now lives in a simple room at Domus Sanctae Marthae, a guest house adjacent to St. Peter’s Basilica. The five-story hotel has 106 suites as well as 22 single rooms. It was built for clergy on the official Holy See company or for Illuminati meetings.

Ordo Templi Orientis – Thelemic Temple Bay Area

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The mural of Aleister Crowley in Abode of Anarchy. (Photo by Thierry Ehrmann/CC2.0)

Between 1895-1896, the Order of the Temple of the East in Austria or Germany was established. Carl Kellner is believed to be the founder of the religious movement. Aleister Crowley, an influential occultist and industrialist, was the first to add to the party’s list.

OTO was modeled after Freemasonry, another secret society. Crowley added another layer to the mix, his own belief system called Thelema. Thelema’s rituals and doctrines are written in a text called The Book of Law, and its central belief is Do what you want to do is the whole of the Law.” Theories of occultism and Eastern and Western mysticism have made their way into Thelema and thus into OTO. Participants go through a series if ceremonies and procedures to become initiation leaders. Religion is very secretive. Levels have strange names like Minerval (Master Wizard), Illustrious Knight, Grandmaster Of Light, etc.

Two elements are at the core of OTO: magic rites which have been rumored include tantric sex and angels and demons as well as astral projection. The gnostic Mass is similar to the Catholic Mass but includes the host and the wine at its end. The gnostic Mass is characterized by elaborate robes. At the end of the mass, the host transforms into the Body and Wine of God.

There are many places of worship, called camps, oases or lodges. They keep their locations secretive from the public. The oasis is small and located in Oakland. They hold a weekly ritual of gnostic initiation in a temple decorated with Egyptian imagery. It is not known what takes place during initiation ceremonies, nor what information is shared during these events. According to Crowley’s autobiography, The Confessions of Aleister Crowley: “The OTO has one ultimate secret in its hands. The entire system. [is] oriented towards the transmission of this all-important guidance to its members, through increasingly simple hints.”

Prieuré de Sion: Bibliothèque Nationale de France

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Bibliothèque nationale de France-The Reading Room

French National Library Reading Room. (Photograph: Vincent Desjardins/CC BY 2.0)

This secret society exists because many people believe in it. Still, academic claims have consistently claimed that the organization is a total myth, created by a madman’s imagination.

The story begins with the fact that the Priory of Sion was a community charged with protecting the descendants of Jesus Magdalene and Mary Magdalene who eventually settled in France.

It was leaked back in the 1970s that the Bibliothèque Nationale de France in Paris, the French National Library, owned a file called Dossiers Secrets d’Henri Lobineau, which pointed out that the Priory of Sion was based in France. The file contained an introduction, maps of France and genealogies. It also included letters and a list of Grand Masters of Priory of Sion, including Victor Hugo and Sir Isaac Newton.

These files were not valid because they were found in the library. Pierre Plantard was finally able to trace them. Plantard may have planted a paper in the library in order to spread an elaborate hoax. Plantard claimed to be a descendant from the bloodline of Jesus. Academics agreed that Plantard created the Priory of Sion. Yet, many books, posts, films, and movies still exist about this party. We won’t know whether there is a secret society dedicated to protecting the descendants from the biblical times.

Rosicrucianism Park of Rosicrucian

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SAN JOSE, Calif.

The grounds of the Rosicrucian Egypt Museum

The grounds of Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum. (Photo: Ginabovar/Public Domain)

Numerous manifestos were created anonymously in the 17th century. They included stories of mysticism, alchemy and the Order of the Temple of the Rosary of the Cross. Fama fraternitatis was one of these documents, published in Cassel (Germany).

The Fama mentioned Christian Rosenkreuz (15th century German doctor and spiritual scholar), who traveled through the Middle East and studied esoteric knowledge in places such as Turkey and Egypt. He claimed to have gained a complete knowledge of nature and the cosmos. He wanted to share the knowledge he had gained, but he was turned down. He then started a Rose Cross Fraternity.

His birth and death years are still unknown, but some sources suggest that he lived for more than 100 years. The party maintained Christian values but strongly rejected Roman Catholicism. He was also said to be the inspiration for Freemasonry and hundreds other organizations. Many of them have adopted similar titles in modern days. In its simplest form, the organization was aimed at facilitating the “Universal Reformation of Mankind.” Some sources say that the prerequisite for membership was that one should have used more than the average amount of brain capacity.

During Rosenkreuz’s life, the party was thought to have consisted of just a handful of members, each of whom was a doctor. All the participants took an oath to remain bachelor’s, treat the sick without charge, and find a substitute for themselves until they died. Between 1607 and 1616, activity in the group reached its peak with anonymous works, such as the Fama Fraternitatis which contained mysticism, apocalyptic warnings, and the Fama Fraternitatis.

It is not clear if Rosenkreuz’s original concept persisted. The Ancient Mystical Order of Rosea Crucis is one of many groups that claim to be related. It also has some connections with Aleister Crowley, an occultist. AMORC claims to be committed to the “Study of the Elusive Mysteries of Life and the Universe.” They use major thinkers’ theories, including Thales and Pythagoreans, healing methods, alchemy, symbolismMysticism and a sense of wonder.

According to the community, its history can be traced back as far as 1477 when Pharaoh Thutmose III was alive. AMORC Headquarters can be found in Rosicrucian Park San Jose, California. This park stretches across the block and contains many houses. The park houses elaborate gardens, a science librarian, a planetary, a mosque and the ashes Harvey Spencer Lewis who founded the secret society.

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