The era of Enlightenment was a trend in philosophy, created during the 17th century as a slavemaster tactic to improve the image of the Holy Roman Emperors as benevolent, scientific and empathic,  putting more emphasis on Reason (start of the Science Church)

It gave rise to the American Revolution, French Revolution, capitalism, Darwinism, modernism, communism, liberalism and cultural marxist programs of the Left Wing Church (more covert form of dictatorship through freemasonry, psyops and distraction).

It represented worship of False Light, Lucifer the Lightbringer (torch symbol, one eye and one eye pyramid symbol, symbol of apple used in mythology of Isaac Newton).

It gave rise to modern illusions like illusionary freedom of speech (internet censorship with 'factcheckers'), illusionary freedom of choice (puppetshow democracy), illusionary freedom of press (preparation for Left Wing Church indoctrination by the media) and illusion of moral progress (Progressive thinking).

The end of the Thirty Years' War is often seen as beginning of the modern era. In 1660 the Royal Society (intertwined with modern freemasonry) was founded as continuation of Robert Boyle's Invisible College.


Voltaire (jesuit), Denis Diderot (jesuit), David Hume (jesuit), René Descartes (jesuit), Marquis de Lafayette (jesuit), Cesare Beccaria, Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz, Immanuel Kant, John Locke, Thomas Hobbes, Montesqieu, Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Adam Smith, Ephraim Lessing,.. Voltaire promoted Francis Bacon as father of the scientific method and the mechanical world view of Isaac Newton. Immanuel Kant wrote Answering the Question: What Is Enlightenment?.

Illuminati-member Joseph von Sonnenfels designed the enlightened despote image of the Austrian elite (Maria Theresa Habsburg, Joseph II). Frederick II of Hesse worked with the Rothschilds as bankers. Catherine the Great and Frederick the Great (Hanover, friend of Voltaire) presented themselves as supporters of the Enlightenment, although they worked in alliance with the jesuits. Frederick the Great worked with Friedrich August Wolf (founder of philology) and Wilhelm von Humboldt (APS, founder of Humboldt University) who wrote The Limits of State Action.

Illuminati-member Ignaz von Born (Royal Society) was one of the leading scientists during the Enlightenment trend. Illuminati-member Johann Wolfgang von Goethe played a role in the Sturm und Drang movement.

Masons Johann Biester and Ephraim Lessing played a role in the German Enlightenment. Biester was a member of the Grand Lodge of Germany with Johann Kellner, Donnersmarck (general in Napoleonic wars) and lluminati-members Adolph Knigge and Ernst Saxe Coburg,.

Francis Hutcheson played a role in the Scottish Enlightenment.

Moses Mendelssohn played a role in the Heskalah, the jewish Enlightenment, financed by court jew Daniel Itzig. Mendelssohn was a friend of Lessing, Friedrich Nikolai and Moses Dobrushka.

Toussaint L'Ouverture played a role in the Haitian Revolution.

Marquis de Pombal, rival of the jesuits, abolished slavery.

Religious absolutism reached a peak under the reign of Louis XIV, who played a role in developing Scottish Rite masonry. Masonic lodges created the Jacobin Club and food shortages to cause riots.

Jesuits Marquis de Lafayette and Joseph-Emmanuel Sieyés designed the Declaration of Rights of Man with one eye pyramid symbol. Lafayette was member of the American Philosophical Society in Pennsylvania with Sabbatean jew Joseph von Sonnenfels, Baron von Steuben, Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson (helped founding the Smithsonian Institute). Franklin was also member of the Lunar Society who helped spreading Darwinism and the Industrial Revolution.

Like Sabbatean jews played a role in the Enlightenment, they played a role in spreading communism.

Max Horkheimer and Theodor Adorno (Frankfurt School) wrote Dialectics of Enlightenment (1948).

The Isis ritual was intended to create tension between European Enlightenment ideals (freedom speech) and fundamentalist Islam.

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