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THE REAL ILLUMINATI (new docu-series) | Keynote Address by Manly P. Hall ("Secret Societies in the World Today"; 1959)

July 23, 2021 Alexander Sachon
THE WISDOM TRADITION | a philosophy podcast
THE REAL ILLUMINATI (new docu-series) | Keynote Address by Manly P. Hall ("Secret Societies in the World Today"; 1959)
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THE WISDOM TRADITION | a philosophy podcast
THE REAL ILLUMINATI (new docu-series) | Keynote Address by Manly P. Hall ("Secret Societies in the World Today"; 1959)
Jul 23, 2021
Alexander Sachon

 This video serves as an introduction and preview to the 13-part series on the Wisdom Tradition that I posted yesterday (and worked tirelessly on), which covers the lineage of Saints, Sages, Arhats, Adepts, and Philosophers that have dedicated themselves to Wisdom's perpetuation over the long ages of Man's evolution.

Here's the link to the whole series on YouTube 

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The Wisdom Tradition, simply defined, is a framework of sacred knowledge that is guarded and maintained by a vast, albeit unseen, network of secret societies and sacerdotal groups who are responsible for developing, maintaining, cultivating, perpetuating, and implementing this sacred knowledge. This they do as an act of service to the species itself. 

The existence of the "Illuminati" - this sacerdotal tradition and community - is archetypal, meaning that its existence is hardwired into the chemistry of our species. Just as the Queen Bee has her archetypal existence in the Bee species, mankind has its most vital knowledge held within the custodianship of the Illuminati. The Illuminati, in other words, are an inherent, in-born aspect of Mankind, produced by Mother Nature herself. For this very reason, this lineage of wisdom-keepers have often been nicknamed "The Sons of the Widow". 

I produced this documentary series as an alternative to writing a book. In truth, the core content that is featured in these documentaries was actually supposed to go into a book (or more likely a series of books). But at the last minute I had a realization that it was possible for me to get out the content in this "documentary mixtape" fashion instead of as a book. I still have material I want to publish, but I feel a great sense of relief knowing that I don't have to write this big, sweeping historical saga anymore. Instead, I put that whole story into this (as well as into the other documentary series you'll find featured on my channel - the full list is on my site at alexsachon.com) 

I myself am not featured in this series - instead, my voice comes through via my editing and my choice of material and topic. My underlying idea with this "documentary mixtape" concept is to create a "Works Cited" list that doubles as a stand-alone presentation of information. Future writings, lectures, and material that I will produce will reference these various docu-series I've made and will explore their ideas further. 

Many thanks to everyone featured in this series - citations are given at the end of each video for the videos I sampled in putting them together. I learned a lot putting this project together - much more than I expected to (I thought at the outset I had pretty much had all the angles down but in fact I learned a lot in the process of making this series. Special thanks to Peter Dawkins in that regard. Also to Danny Wilten.) 

For more info on me and to see other stuff I've produced, see my channel or my site (www.alexsachon.com) Thank you and God Bless, - Alex p.s. I'm not a Mason, don't belong to any organizations, and don't profess to speak for anyone other than myself.



Show Notes

 This video serves as an introduction and preview to the 13-part series on the Wisdom Tradition that I posted yesterday (and worked tirelessly on), which covers the lineage of Saints, Sages, Arhats, Adepts, and Philosophers that have dedicated themselves to Wisdom's perpetuation over the long ages of Man's evolution.

Here's the link to the whole series on YouTube 

* * *
The Wisdom Tradition, simply defined, is a framework of sacred knowledge that is guarded and maintained by a vast, albeit unseen, network of secret societies and sacerdotal groups who are responsible for developing, maintaining, cultivating, perpetuating, and implementing this sacred knowledge. This they do as an act of service to the species itself. 

The existence of the "Illuminati" - this sacerdotal tradition and community - is archetypal, meaning that its existence is hardwired into the chemistry of our species. Just as the Queen Bee has her archetypal existence in the Bee species, mankind has its most vital knowledge held within the custodianship of the Illuminati. The Illuminati, in other words, are an inherent, in-born aspect of Mankind, produced by Mother Nature herself. For this very reason, this lineage of wisdom-keepers have often been nicknamed "The Sons of the Widow". 

I produced this documentary series as an alternative to writing a book. In truth, the core content that is featured in these documentaries was actually supposed to go into a book (or more likely a series of books). But at the last minute I had a realization that it was possible for me to get out the content in this "documentary mixtape" fashion instead of as a book. I still have material I want to publish, but I feel a great sense of relief knowing that I don't have to write this big, sweeping historical saga anymore. Instead, I put that whole story into this (as well as into the other documentary series you'll find featured on my channel - the full list is on my site at alexsachon.com) 

I myself am not featured in this series - instead, my voice comes through via my editing and my choice of material and topic. My underlying idea with this "documentary mixtape" concept is to create a "Works Cited" list that doubles as a stand-alone presentation of information. Future writings, lectures, and material that I will produce will reference these various docu-series I've made and will explore their ideas further. 

Many thanks to everyone featured in this series - citations are given at the end of each video for the videos I sampled in putting them together. I learned a lot putting this project together - much more than I expected to (I thought at the outset I had pretty much had all the angles down but in fact I learned a lot in the process of making this series. Special thanks to Peter Dawkins in that regard. Also to Danny Wilten.) 

For more info on me and to see other stuff I've produced, see my channel or my site (www.alexsachon.com) Thank you and God Bless, - Alex p.s. I'm not a Mason, don't belong to any organizations, and don't profess to speak for anyone other than myself.