Quiz on Secret Societies and Organizations
Posted on: February 1, 2019. Comments ( 1 )


Mysteriously, the ‘real’ world is actually governed by ’shadow’ entities!
‘Discover’ more with our
“Quiz on Secret Societies and Organizations”.

__________ whose name is Latin for “the enlightened”, is alleged to have infiltrated crucial businesses, governments, and militaries, and involved in influential global events like the Battle of Waterloo, the French Revolution and President John F. Kennedy's assassination, to establish a “New World Order”.

  

  

  

  

__________ is considered the real inspiration of Nazism, to which Adolf Hitler was associated as a 'visiting brother', often known to take part in 'supernatural' exhibitions with some who claim that it was a demonic ritual that made Hitler become the sadistic killer the world knows him as.

  

  

  

  

__________ was founded as a social club by a group of Confederate Army veterans in 1866, the first two words of whose name was derived from the Greek word “kyklos,” meaning circle, that convened to establish an “Invisible Empire of the South” with a ‘grand’ hierarchy of dragons, titans and cyclopses.

  

  

  

  

__________ was a secret society established by a French king to protect a controversial secret involving Jesus Christ, Mary Magdalene, the Holy Grail, and Christ’s bloodline, later resolved and closed as a hoax, and featured as the central theme of Dan Brown’s blockbuster novel The Da Vinci Code.

  

  

  

  

__________ is a mid-15th century mystic sect in Europe, a.k.a. the Order of the Rose Cross, whose antiquity is set in the mystery schools of Egypt, and whose members could transport themselves from one place to another with the speed of thought, and punished those who had sinned against the laws of morality.

  

  

  

  

__________ is a masonic fraternity that some say is open to anyone of any faith, the ‘G’ in whose signs apparently stands for ‘Gnosis’ or generation with Lucifer, and God the main enemy of Christendom, whose members are made to take blood oaths of absolute secrecy to every degree up to 33 degrees.

  

  

  

  

__________, a.k.a. Hashashin, was considered the most fearful of all secret societies, most of whose members were simple farmers during the day and ruthless murderers by the night, ruled by eight grandmasters between 1090 and 1256 but virtually destroyed in 1258 by the Mongols in Iran and Syria.

  

  

  

  

__________ is India's only recorded secret society, and perhaps its oldest, believed by some to be the most powerful society in the world, of only nine members, established during the Maurya Dynasty in 270 B.C. to protect information contained in nine books from those who were capable of misusing it.

  

  

  

  





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    Rekha K S says:

    Learned which is completely a new topic


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