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4. Secret Societies (4.6.9-4.7.4)
Written by Messiah   
Thursday, 06 July 2006

4.6.9    A list of some other known secret societies , Aug 18 2005.

Business, international or non-governmental organizations

  • Bilderberg Group
  • Club of Rome
  • Council on Foreign Relations
  • Inokashira Society
  • Neurocam
  • Round table groups
  • Royal Institute of International Affairs
  • Trilateral Commission

Student societies

  • ANGRA at City University, London
  • ANAK at the Georgia Institute of Technology
  • B&C at Yale University
  • Basiliaz at Northwestern University
  • Berzelius (1848) at Yale University
  • Bishop James Madison Society (1812) at the College of William and Mary
  • Book and Snake (1863) at Yale University
  • Brotherhood of the Golden Dagger (1895) at Rutgers University, inactive as of 1948
  • Bullingdon Club at the University of Oxford
  • Cadaver Society at Washington and Lee University
  • Cambridge Apostles (1820) at the University of Cambridge
  • Capitolo Otto (1981) at Yale University
  • Coffin and Keys at University of Nevada, Reno
  • The Conscience at Oxford College of Emory University
  • Episkopon at the University of Trinity College
  • The Eyes of Texas at the University of Texas at Austin
  • Flat Hat Club (1750) at the College of William and Mary
  • German Club at Virginia Tech
  • Gryphon at Yale University
  • Gridiron Secret Society at University of Georgia
  • IMP Society (1902) at University of Virginia
  • Kappa Alpha Society
  • Knights of Old Trusty at University of Oklahoma
  • L.O.S.A.B. at the University of St Andrews
  • Macellarius at the Northwestern University School of Law
  • Merovee Philosopher's Guilde at University of North Carolina, Greensboro
  • Michigamua (1902) at the University of Michigan
  • Mountain at West Virginia University
  • NoZe Brotherhood (1924) at Baylor University
  • Order of the Bull's Blood (1834) at Rutgers University
  • Order of the Greek Horsemen (1955) at University of Georgia
  • Order of the Hippo at The George Washington University
  • Order of the Monkey Picked Oolong at University of Chicago
  • Owl Society at the University of Pennsylvania
  • Prophets of Providence at Culver Military Academy
  • Quill and Dagger (1893) at Cornell University
  • Saint Anthony Hall (1850) at Trinity University, with active chapters at Princeton, University of Pennsylvania, Yale, Columbia, and a small number of other colleges in the East.
  • Scroll and Key (1842) at Yale University
  • Seven Society at the University of Virginia
  • Shifters (1932) at Wittenberg University
  • Society of the Pacifica House (1823) at Brown University
  • Sons of Liberty (1775) at the University of Virginia
  • Sphinx Head Society (1890) at Cornell University
  • Stewards at Georgetown University
  • Sword and Serpent (1870) at Rutgers University
  • Tabard at the University of Pennsylvania
  • Theos at the University of Pennsylvania
  • The Machine (1914) at the University of Alabama
  • Wizards at Wittenberg University
  • Wolf's Head (1883) at Yale University
  • Z Society (1892) at University of Virginia

Fraternal organizations

  • Confraternity of the Rose Cross
  • Enigmatical Sorority of Van Diemen
  • Knights of Columbus
  • National Society of Pershing Rifles
  • Order Militia Crucifera Evangelica
  • Order of DeMolay
  • Order of the Eastern Star
  • Order of the Solar Temple
  • Ordo Templi Orientis
  • Perfect Masons
  • Rosicrucians

Criminal organizations

  • Outlaw bikerclubs (Hell’s Angels, Bandidos, Pagans, etc)
  • Camorra
  • Mafia (also known as La Cosa Nostra)
  • Tong
  • Triad
  • Yakuza

Historical secret societies

  • Know-Nothings
  • Ku Klux Klan
  • Society of the Elect
  • SPK
  • Wide Awakes

Revolutionary or underground organizations

  • Fenian Brotherhood
  • Germanenorden
  • Mau Mau
  • Muslim Brotherhood
  • Narodnik
  • Society of Harmonious Fists
  • Vihan Veljet

Alleged secret societies

  • Hiconlabs
  • The Elders of Zion
  • Majestic 12
  • Order of the Arrow
  • Perfectus imperium
  • Priory of Sion

4.7    Chapter conclusion

My direct conclusion is that the history of persecution, religious or else, has made secrecy a way of surviving.

4.7.1    Secret societies are complex.

If I would try to wrap everything together I would say that it’s possible that many of the different secret societies in fact are related with each others and serve with different purposes - such as to ensure moral stability, law and order, forming leaders, understanding the mind, fund research and education, support society, etc. Thinking of Socrates, Plato and Aristotle and their Greek/Athenian views of leadership create a bigger meaning in the importance of secret societies. Socrates was executed by his own so beloved democracy and his biggest admirer, Plato, preferred a republic were extra skilled individuals were selected (“Tapped”) as/or to become elite. This to ensure a democracy did not evolve into an unconstrained majority that could act as a tyrant during difficult periods.

4.7.2    Secret societies and democracy – hand in hand?

A closer look at democracy of today, from smaller groups up to country leadership, makes me feel that Plato’s insight still is correct. Those of us who have been leaders of groups over at least 50 – 100 people know the frustration when it isn’t possible to satisfy everybody. Multiply this with the number of individuals, companies, political engaged, media in a country + the learning from repeating history, one must understand that it’s easier to be in an opposing situation than being the responsible leader. Depending on mental and political maturity on both sides will decide the future in such a situation. In many cases, which we all can see in the world today, this ends in both political and militant conflicts.

I feel that it’s VERY likely that our modern western society has evolved into a mixture of those old Greeks ideas were we are rolling out democracy, but as we do not fully trust it, we also supply a special selected elite which easily can be used. This does not have to mean that democracy is put aside. With PR, sponsorship, funding and social networks its rather easy to use democracy practices to place special selected individuals in the elite.

4.7.3    Drop the “state-in-the-state” scenario!

I feel it’s very likely that secret societies play a major role in this segment. But as I’ve said before; Even if this may glow as the perfect “state-in-the-state” scenario, do not make that scenario as your own belief! Not yet. This would be as wrong as to make a similar parallel between the Church and the need of faith.

4.7.4    The origins to modern legends

Regarding the origins of Freemasonry and the relation with the knight’s templar and the legends of today, I would say:

  • The origins are the brotherhoods of architects with, to protect their projects, vital secrets and rites. This fundamental understanding and tradition may have origins back to ancient times of the first civilizations. I find it likely that this understanding may have been enhanced thru the ancient history and maybe around the years of King Salomon, someone started to think deeper about it, which may be why for today’s freemasons say their origins is the work of King Salomon himself. I would say the fundaments of protecting secrets and the understanding of mind impact are probably much older than that. I find the only reason why they choose King Salomon is because of the religious relations to it.
  • The old Greek and Roman history, learned followers about democracy, the needs of political secrecy and the impact of religion. Between year 800 – 1300, the Christian war between Roman and Orthodox Catholics with the frontiers all over Europe and especially in regions of Karelia “upgraded” the fundaments of what’s today is named freemasonry. I would say that freemasonry was initiated because there was a need of a religious transparent alternative to the Roman Catholic Church who at the time aimed for total control. The initiative could have been made by the Swedish King Magnus around year 1348.
  • Around the same time in the early 14th century, the powerful knight’s templar’s were excommunicated and became hunted all over Europe. As well as prefreemasonry spread quickly all over Europe, the surviving templar knights searched for hideout. During 14th, 15th and 16th century freemasonry picked up and united the surviving templar’s, who now became protected by the powerful secrecy and rites of freemasonry. Special commands of knights as formed and fought for religious and personal freedom rather than state and territorial boundaries. The main enemy was the ones who were allied with the Roman Catholics. The Scottish branch of freemasonry grew and spread overseas.
  • As freemasonry by time grew and became the stateless protectors of personal freedom and transparency, new ideas was picked up during the enlightenment era. Science, education, freedom and religious transparency had to be protected for the future. The success of the freemasonic way to preserve and protect ideal for future was copied and cloned into new secret societies over and over again, some related to each others and some with own ideals.
  • Today, I would say that the Roman Catholic Church along with others order driven societies still operates with same old strategy (to conquer all) but using allowed methods (hopefully). As they are stateless, I would say that freemasonry is the only power that is able to meet them on the same stateless battleground. In my mind both are secret societies of the highest possible level and success. Both know that the future world has no state boundaries and are aiming for the control. I would say the Roman Catholic Church represents the old world order (The empires) and freemasonry the new world order (society/elite rulership).

OK, don’t map anything to a conspiracy yet, even if you are closer to understanding things now. There is a lot more to understand before one can make analysis on why and how society has evolved into what we live in today and our own part of the creation of it. Keep on reading...



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