Einige Originalschriften des Illuminatenordens at Scribd

Tuesday, February 16th, 2010 | Primary Documents

Joe Wäges has put a scan of the Original Writings of the Illuminati, published by order the Elector of Bavaria Karl Theodor in March 1787, online for the first time. With this he has outdone the multi-million-dollar scanning projects of both Google and Microsoft. Google had, years ago, scanned Nachtrag von weitern Originalschriften, welche die Illuminatensekte (1787) and Die neuesten Arbeiten des Spartacus und Philo in dem Illuminaten-Orden (1793), but had unfortunately neglected Einige Originalschriften des Illuminatenordens. Joe Wäges is fluent in German, and we’ve already begun collaborating. Translation is very time consuming and, in order to get it right and as perfect as humanly possible, an inordinate amount of dedication and perseverance are required. Hopefully, at least for Einige and Nachtrag, updates will be more frequent.

Taken together, these three works are known as the Original Writings of the Illuminati: Einige Originalschriften and Nachtrag von weitern Originalschriften were confiscated in police raids on the domiciles of Illuminati Franz Xaver Carl Wolfgang Zwack zu Holzhausen (1756-1843) [Danaus/Philipp Strozzi/Cato] in Landshut (11-12 October, 1786), and Thomas Maria Baron de Bassus (1742-1815) [Hannibal/Minos] at his castle in Sandersdorf (May 1787), while the contents of Die neuesten Arbeiten des Spartacus und Philo in dem Illuminaten-Orden were stolen - from Baron von Knigge - by Illuminatus-defector Ludwig Adolph Christian von Grolmann (1741-1809) [Gratian].

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6 Comments to Einige Originalschriften des Illuminatenordens at Scribd

Stafford James
February 16, 2010

Mr. Melanson

In a old interview to the Universal Seduction website you provide a list of books about the subjects below:
1. Bavarian Illuminati.
2. Freemansory.
3. Secret Societies.
4. Jewish Misticism, Kabbalah and Frankism.
5. The Enlightenment.
6. Revolutionary Movements.
7. Elite Social Control.
Would you mind publish here a exhaustive list on the same topics? Is very dificult to find a selection you can trust.

Tank You

PS: What is your take on Michael Hoffmann’s Judaism Discovered, and E. Michael Jones’s The Judaism Revolutionary Spirit?
PS2: I remember you talking about Norman Cohn’s The Pursuit of the Millennium; do you known Eric Voegelin and Stefan Rossbach work?

Tank You Again

Terry Melanson
February 17, 2010

I assume you are talking about a list of sources specifically on the Bavarian Illuminati? You might want to get my book. It contains 1,447 endnotes that will open up a whole world of research. Use it as a guide.

In point of fact though, an exhaustive list of Bavaria Illuminati material has already been published (from the 1780s until 2006): here.

I haven’t read the books you asked about so I do not have an opinion. I do have Pursuit of the Millennium though, and I’m looking forward to reading it. I am also aware of the substance and main preoccupation of both Hoffmann and Jones, however. Norman Cohn, to say the least, would certainly not be happy being mentioned in the same company!

This site is solely dedicated to a no-BS explication of the Bavarian Illuminati, utilizing primary, contemporary and scholarly secondary sources.

Joe Wäges
February 20, 2010

I am pleased to have released this information for all to see. It has been long over due to revive research on this subject in the English language. It is my personal mission to take the topic of the Order of the Illuminati out of the realm of conspiracy and root it in it’s proper place in history. This shall be accomplished by through study of primary and scholarly secondary sources. No longer will will authors and researchers have to rely on theory and conjecture, but will instead be able to reference The Order in it’s proper context, in one of facts.

Terry Melanson
February 21, 2010

While I am grateful for what you are doing, I think you’ll find yourself embarking upon a thankless endeavor. Ultimately, there’s still the language barrier, but even if all of it were to be translated into English, both “conspiracy theorists” and mainstream English historians couldn’t care less about Illuminati primary material. The former because all they are looking for is dirt and controversy; Barruel and Robison provided that amply, so a re-examination of their sources will not uncover anything radically more explosive - minutia at the least. The latter because that’s the way it’s always been: they’ve had access to primary material for hundreds of years, but since no one specializes in secret societies during the enlightenment in Europe, or the Illuminati in particular, it is not that interesting to them. In Europe, as you know, the complete opposite is the case: it’s their baby and that’s where it went down in the first place.

That being said, it’s still worthwhile simply for the fact that it hasn’t been accomplished yet. And the minutia, to me, is exceedingly interesting to sift and analyze.

Joe Wäges
February 25, 2010

Agreed, but I’ll continue regardless. I’m stubborn like that, plus it’s my hobby.

Paul Glenn Cawley
October 25, 2014

Stafford James, Terry Melanson and Joe Wages…I just want to thank you gentlemen for all your hard work on this most important of subjects. I found this link/site while reading William Guy Carr’s book, Pawns In The Game, and since then have read/watched SEVERAL other books, websites and YouTube movies about the subject and have started to tell family and friends and the general public on Facebook about the historical existence and reality of the Illuminati. Thanks again SO MUCH for your efforts and please do NOT give up….the world needs to know! Jesus Christ is Lord of ALL!!! Amen.

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