Does it mean that Hollywood isn’t what it was made out to be or that behind the glitz and glamour, there are some Voodoo and devil worshiping involved…..Hmmm that explains a lot right? Okay we hear this from time to time and we are certain that everyone has heard of the group Illuminati. But if you haven’t heard of it, Illuminati is a secret cult group who supposedly control and manipulate world events by masterminding events and planting agents in government and corporations, in order to gain political power and influence and to establish a New World Order.
The group was said to have been created in 1776 by a Bavarian professor named Adam Weishaupt and as such, it seems odd that people are still taking these old theories very serious today and are being way too irrational about conspiratorial celebrities! Of course the activities of the bloated cult group, Illuminati has been so hyped that these days being successful is heavily attributed to being a member. As much as the speculations are ripe, the big question is, who is really a member of Illuminati since anyone can be accused of being one? Glance below to see 20 Celebrities accused of taking part in manipulating world’s events magically.
Madonna tumbled backwards and fell off the stage at the Brit Awards but it seems she fell into the darkness of Illuminati. Based on Venture Capital Post, she supposedly fell so that another Illuminati puppet would take her spot. Perhaps as her powers fade, another person becomes even stronger as seen in “American Horror Story: Coven” with the witches and the evil magic. She has been performing for years now and it looks like she might never give up on it. The singer thinks it is a compliment when you call her Illuminati and even went on to post on her Instagram wall that
“Illuminati is another name for “The Enlightened Ones” a group of scientists, philosophers and artists that emerged after the dark ages. They changed and shaped the world for the better! Do the research and find out for yourself!
People think she confirmed that the Internet’s favorite conspiracy is real.