Elvis Presley: The Truth Behind The Legend

See through the lies! It’s now or never!

G.I. Blues

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In March of 1958, Elvis began his Army training in Texas, and he refused any special treatment from his peers and superiors due to either his celebrity or his history with the Illuminati.  Though concerned about the impact his service might have on his career, Elvis soon grew accustomed to his new life.  That following summer, however, his world was shattered when his mother passed away, allegedly as a result of hepatitis.  Shortly thereafter, he received a letter from President Dwight D. Eisenhower, offering to release him from his military service in exchange for pledging allegiance to the Illuminati.  Elvis, suspicious about the timing of the offer, turned the President down and soon received his first posting: West Germany.

Elvis in the Army
(Elvis in uniform)

The following February, three Freemason entertainers — Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens, and The Big Bopper — died in a plane crash masterminded by the Illuminati in an effort to intimidate Elvis into reconsidering.  Elvis, again, declined.  It was during this time, also, that Elvis met a teenaged Priscilla Ann Beaulieu, who would later become his wife.  There is a great deal of debate as to which side, if either, she belonged.  This meeting, however, was not the most significant event during Elvis’ stay in Germany.

A Few Of The Many
(A few of the Illuminati’s
many victims)

Around Christmas time in 1959, Elvis received a letter from J. Edgar Hoover, the first contact he’d had with the Freemason operative in years.   This letter related a seemingly fantastical story about Nazi cloning experiments and the one successful birth in Tupelo, Mississippi.  Elvis might have dismissed the tale entirely, but for one startling historical fact: when Adolf Hitler was a young man, his mother passed away from cancer, changing his life profoundly.  And now Elvis, too, found himself motherless at a young age, only a few years older than Hitler was at the time of his mother’s death. Hoover insisted that this was no mere coincidence: Gladys Presley was murdered by the Illuminati. The young rock star became determined to seek revenge.

In February of 1960, Elvis sent word to the Illuminati that he wished to reconsider their offer and join them officially.  He was home and honorably discharged from the military by March.  He returned to the recording studios, churning out several of his biggest hits, and resumed his training at the Bohemian Grove to take his place among the Enlightened Elite.  Meanwhile, he secretly began working with Hoover as a double agent for the Freemasons.

The next ten years would be a violent period in the life of the King, though naught but a select few know the full extent of it today.

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Written by elvistruth

January 20, 2008 at 3:46 pm

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  1. The story i Just read about Elvis is so bogus…Elvis would never hurt another human being no matter what anyone did to him….Elvis was a beautiful,caring person, and if he wasn’t loved by all, it was close to it…Elvis was,is, and always will be the KING

    Pat

    September 15, 2008 at 11:15 pm

  2. In reply to the above comment; I do not know Elvis Presely personally, although I did admire him in his musical talent and ability. I have never had the pleasure of meeting him and neither do I have any knowledge of the things mentioned about him and certainly do not have any knowledge of this Illumunati organization. I would hate to think that the statements about Elvis and the Iluminati are all true. I have heard of such statements from other celeberities about belonging to the Illumunati and or selling their soul to the devil or this baphomet thing or entity, whatever or whoever that is!
    I do think that the people that make statements such as this should have plenty of proof of their statements before they make them and should furnish proof or eveidence of these kinds of statements to people that should request it from them.
    On the other hand, if these statements about Elvis and the Illumunati are all true, then in that case, I think the people that made these statements should be congratulated and praised for bringing it to the attention of The American Public.

    John A. Drew

    May 18, 2012 at 5:32 am

    • Im really having a hard time believing this wild story. I have an open mind and try to consider all information, this I have a hard time with. I believe the Ilumanati exists, and I just heard about the Reptilians. I know that Iluminati is controlling the music industry and I guess it has been around for a long time. I even read somewhere and saw a picture of a special meeting between Elvis and Richard Nixon where Elvis was made an Honorary agent. Ive even read that he shot up the TV because of some singer he hated. But Elvis behind 9/11 and JFK, RFK and MLK, come on. I know that Elvis got a little strange toward the end, but I just chalked it up to all the drugs he was on. I also believe that J. Edgar Hoover wasnt dealing with a full deck either, but an Elvis conspiracy, is laughable. Elvis has left the area 51…. too funny.

      Bettina

      November 9, 2012 at 11:47 pm

  3. Why would the next 10 yrs. be a violent one? And I definitely see how Gladys was murdered. They hsd her syable and yold Elvis to go homr, then hrs later she was dead? Hmmm. And for his funeral tha definitely wasnt his face in the casket. Maybe Vernon new that and that why he wanted a public viewing. To show people.

    Pamela

    August 17, 2015 at 4:01 pm


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