Even before Elvis seized control of the Illuminati in 1980, the scientists at Area 51 had been developing virulent diseases and weapons of mass destruction, but it was only under Presley’s leadership that these discoveries saw the light of day. One of his first orders as leader was the deployment of their most powerful biological weapon: the human immunodeficiency virus, also known as HIV. The fact that his target of choice for this epidemic was in the jungles of Africa seems to suggest that his progenitor’s propensity for ethnic cleansing is hard-coded into the very DNA.
Elvis would repeat this effort in recent years when he released a newly-designed disease known as Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (or SARS) in China in 2002. In both cases, the diseases eventually made their way back to American and caused greater harm than was originally intended. The Illuminati-owned pharmaceutical companies, however, have thrived in the wake of such outbreak, while those owned by the Freemasons have struggled to survive.
But by far the most shocking atrocity perpetrated by Elvis and the Illuminati was the so-called terrorist attack of September 11, 2001. Since their construction, the heart of Freemasonry’s financial power base had been the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center, developed by the Rockefellers in the 1960s, and their destruction — coupled with the precision strike on Freemason offices in the Pentagon — severely crippled the organization’s ability to influence the government and the business world. The attack was blamed on Al Qaeda, the Middle Eastern wing of Freemasonry, and George W. Bush, answering directly to Elvis, subsequently led America into two consecutive wars in the that troubled region to cover up the truth and distract his own citizens from the gradual dismantling of civil liberties here in America.
If the balance of power does not shift soon, the Illuminati could find themselves wielding unprecedented levels of power within the next 5-10 years. By 2020 we could very well see Elvis Presley emerge as the leader of the long-feared One World Government and declare all our God-given freedoms null and void. By the time that happens, it will be far too late, but right here and now, we have a chance to effect change, if we can only get the word out.
ADDENDUM: It should be noted that the World Trade Center attack of 9/11 was not the first time Elvis attempted to destroy the buildings. In 1993, he drove a truck carrying a 1,500-lb bomb into the parking garage below Tower One, and detonated the explosive. Using a combination of blackmail and brainwashing, Elvis placed the blame on a group of Islamic terrorists led by Ramzi Yousef, and moved on to planning his next major attack (the Oklahoma City Bombing two years later).
I know what you’re thinking: that I’m about to claim that Elvis did not die, that he faked his death and ran away to a life of anonymity. That’s the most common claim made about Elvis post-1977, but it’s simply not true, and quite a ridiculously assumption. No, Elvis really did die. His body was discovered by his fiancée, Ginger Alden, and he was declared dead on arrival at the Baptist Memorial Hospital. Medical Examiner Jerry Francisco — an Illuminatus — was brought in to perform an autopsy on the late King of Rock and Roll, but instead he secretly shipped the body across country to the Illuminati research facility at Groom Lake, Nevada, commonly known as Area 51.
In addition to a vast array of experimental airplanes, the scientists at Area 51 had developed a wide variety of advanced technology that they’d chosen to withhold from the public. Among these developments were the perfection of cryogenics, and a homeopathic formula capable of returning recently deceased flesh to life. When Elvis’ body arrived at Area 51, the scientists defrosted a cryogenic chamber that contained the preserved remains of Adolf Hitler (obtained from the Fuhrer’s bunker in 1945), and performed a blood transfusion between this man and the late Elvis, infusing the blood with the life-giving formula in the process.
The next morning, Elvis awoke in an Area 51 infirmary, connected to a variety of IVs and machines that worked on rebuilding his damaged body and removing the years of toxins from his system. It was not until several weeks later, however, that he regained the ability to speak, and it became clear that his personality had been darkened by the experience. In the meantime, Illuminati plastic surgeons elsewhere in the complex worked extensively on the body of kidnapped Freemason and labor leader Jimmy Hoffa, altering the dead man’s facial features to resemble that of Elvis. Once this surgery was finished, Hoffa’s body was shipped to Dr. Francisco and later buried in Elvis’ grave.
It would take years of rehabilitation to return Elvis to his previous form, but by 1980 he found himself among the highest ranks in the organization, and one of the most powerful men in the world. And the actions he has committed with this power will shock and appall you….
In the weeks following J. Edgar Hoover’s death, a sympathetic Illuminati insider (later revealed to be presidential speechwriter Ben Stein) informed Elvis of a secret investigation being undertaken by Richard Nixon in regards to the FBI director’s death. It seemed that Nixon had been in the process of defecting to the Freemasons when Elvis killed Hoover – in fact, it turned out that Hoover’s order for Elvis to kill Nixon had actually been part of Hoover’s plot to turn Nixon into a double agent by sacrificing Elvis. So, in the summer of 1972, Elvis, with the help of his insiders, leaked incriminating information on the Watergate Scandal to Washington Post reporters Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein. Associate Director of the FBI (and Illuminati spy) William Mark Felt, Sr. would later claim to be the informant known as “Deep Throat”, to remove speculation from the case.
These actions, unfortunately, did not prevent the truth about Hoover’s death from spreading among fellow Freemasons, including most of Elvis’s entourage, known as the “Memphis Mafia.” The “Mafia” was an ever-changing group of friends and yes-men who had kept Elvis company since the mid-50s, each of them hand-picked by his manager, the Illuminatus “Colonel” Tom Parker. Unbeknownst to Elvis, however, Parker was actually yet another double agent in the employ of the late Hoover, and had stocked Elvis’ entourage with similar agents.
The Memphis Mafia spent the next five years keeping Elvis subdued, feeding him drugs that kept him disoriented and overweight. He struggled to keep up his former life, performing stage shows and spending time with beautiful women, but eventually the poisons became too much for him. Elvis Presley died in August 17, 1977, murdered by Freemasons in retaliation for the death of J. Edgar Hoover.
His story, however, does not end there….
While enjoying a successful comeback in his music career in the late 1960s, Elvis maintained his anti-Illuminati assassination work with J. Edgar Hoover, carrying out the killing of the original Paul McCartney in 1966 and the drug-related murders in 1970 of Illuminati-affiliated musicians Jimi Hendrix and Janis Joplin. Later that year, J. Edgar Hoover encouraged Elvis to assassinate President Richard Nixon in what would have likely been a suicide mission. Though Elvis came close, he changed his mind at the last moment and pretended the handgun he brought was a gift. He then made up a story about wanting to dismantle “hippie culture” and to become a “Federal Agent at Large” in the war against drugs until Nixon regarded him as merely eccentric.
Hoover was furious at Elvis’ disobedience, but valued his pupil too much to carry a grudge. So they continued their assault on other popular musicians of the day. Notably, in July of 1971, Elvis killed Doors vocalist Jim Morrison with a heroin overdose, and used an experimental heart-damaging poison, developed by Hoover, to kill Louis Armstrong.
By this point, Elvis’ mounting body count began to take its toll on the 36-year-old singer, and he drowned his frustrations with sex and drugs. His violent double life also began to spill over into his public persona, as he nearly murdered Mike Stone, a karate instructor who had been sleeping with Elvis’ wife, Priscilla. The strain of Elvis’ darkening personality led the couple to separate in February of 1972, largely because Elvis was afraid of what he might do if he ever lost control. Meanwhile, Hoover’s assassination requests were more and more frequently declined.
On May 1st, Elvis came to see Hoover one final time, to return all the assassination tools the FBI director had given him. Elvis wanted out of their arrangement, but Hoover wouldn’t allow it. They argued for more than an hour, and when the topic of discussion turned to Elvis’ late mother, Hoover accidentally let slip a secret he’d kept to himself for fourteen years: Hoover, himself, had been the one responsible for Gladys Presley’s death, not the Illuminati. In a rage, Elvis injected Hoover with the same experimental drug he’d used on Louis Armstrong the previous summer.
Hoover was found dead the following morning, but this would not be the end of his influence on Elvis’ life….
In January of 1961, less than a year after Elvis left the army, yet another Illuminatus took office as President of the United States, and he proved to be proved to be their brightest star ever. While Elvis served the Illuminati for the time being by placating the masses with music and Hollywood movies, John F. Kennedy prepared to lead the nation into a “new frontier.” J. Edgar Hoover, realizing that Kennedy’s success would spell certain doom for the Freemasons, concocted a plan to remove the popular Commander in Chief from office.
In the summer of 1962, at Hoover’s suggestion, Elvis began a clandestine affair with Kennedy’s mistress, the Hollywood star Marilyn Monroe. That August, Elvis used his knowledge of drugs to give Monroe a dosage of barbiturates sufficient to poison the actress, and planted evidence around her bedroom pointing to John F. Kennedy as the killer. Before the police could find the evidence, however, the Illuminati removed everything incriminating and made it look like a suicide. Hoover and Elvis decided that a more direct approach would be required.
On November 22, 1963, Elvis shot John F. Kennedy from the sixth floor of the Texas Book Depository and, with the help of Hoover, framed Lee Harvey Oswald for the crime, as well as for the murder of a police officer that same day. Two days later, after Oswald had been arrested, Hoover sent fellow Freemason Jack Ruby to assassinate Oswald while the scapegoat was being transferred. Hoover later killed Ruby, himself, to tie up the loose ends.
It is unknown exactly how many political assassinations were planned and/or carried out by Elvis and Hoover during this period. Some speculate that Hoover and Elvis masterminded the 1965 assassination of Malcolm X, but the evidence for that is circumstantial at best. We do know, however, that Elvis fired the shot that killed Hoover’s long-hated nemesis, Martin Luther King Jr., in the spring of 1968, and placed the blame on James Earl Ray. They also played a role in planning the assassination of Robert Kennedy to prevent another popular Illuminatus from rising to power.
By the end of the 1960s, Elvis had settled down with wife and child, and his career was beginning its steady decline. The Illuminati seemed to be losing faith in his charisma and star power, and were placing their focus on the new generation of rock stars, as well as a series of high-profile moon landing hoaxes. But just as Elvis set upon the task of undermining these latest Illuminati schemes, a shocking revelation changed everything….
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.
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.
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.
(First post of 2008. Let us hope this year finally brings us the freedom for which we fight.)
For billions of years, the sun has been our planet’s primary source of illumination, and it is this powerful entity that the Illuminati, a secret society that diverged from Freemasonry in the 18th century, reveres most of all (with the exclusion of the human intellect). So it is no surprise that they name many of their front organizations after this celestial body, such as Sun Microsystems, Sun Oil Company, The Phoenix Suns, The New York Sun, the Chicago Sun-Times, and practically every other newspaper bearing the word “sun” in its name.
So, in 1952, when Majestic 12 began hearing rumors that the mysterious boy from Mississippi that they sought had taken an interest in music, they founded a record label in Memphis called Sun Records, and waited for their target to come to them. Sam Phillips, the youngest member of MJ-12, was placed in charge of the company, and less than a year and a half later, in the summer of 1953, eighteen-year-old Elvis Presley showed up to make his very first recording. It was immediately obvious to Majestic 12 that this was the boy on whom the Freemasons had been so focused, and a search of Nazi records seized from Berlin in 1945 revealed the truth about his heritage.
In between recordings over the following two years, Elvis spent time among the most powerful Illuminati at the Bohemian Grove, their private campground and education center. There he learned the goals and values of the Illuminati, their plans for broadening their control over world affairs, and their long-standing rivalry with the Freemasons. The two secret societies actually share much in common, but differ mainly in issues such as the distribution of power and the rights of the average citizen.
Elvis made many allies in the Illuminati, including manager Tom Parker, but in 1956 he decided to split with Sun Records and sign on with the Freemason-affiliated RCA Victor Records. He carried the ideals of both the Freemasons and the Illuminati with him in his rapid rise to stardom, but he refrained from pledging allegiance to either society. It was because of this neutrality, perhaps, that his draft notice was not intercepted by any of the Illuminati in government when his name came up to be conscripted. And so, in the spring of 1958, Elvis Presley entered the U.S. Army, an experience that would change his life forever.