The Illuminati, a secret society that is believed to be running the entertainment industry in the United States of America is said to be the cause of the deaths of certain celebrities around the world in the past.
It is believed to have been seeking a ” New World Order” as its members referred to themselves as the enlightened ones in the society since its main aim when being founded was to limit the interference of the church in public life during the 18th century.
Even though certain governments had stamped it out, it continued to survive as an underground organisation and still influences so many aspects of different industries around the world with the leading being the music industry.
Different famous people have died in the past and even though the cause of their deaths were apparently known, some questions remained unanswered as certain deaths were said to be linked to secret societies which include the Illuminati.
The people whose deaths were linked to the secret society are believed to have been spreading a different message which was contrary to that of the Illuminati and what they were striving to achieve in their “New World Order”
Here are some of the celebrities believed to have been killed by the Illuminati.
You all know the king of pop I presume, he is one of the greatest artists who ever lived and left a legacy in the whole world that up to date his songs are played worldwide. After his death, so many people tried to explain what happened and wrote articles as well but the question remains, is it truly homicide as stated by Los Angeles County Coroner On August 28, 2009, or something else must have happened.
Michael Jackson one day spoke out against one of America’s music executive who headed Sony Music Entertainment Tonny Mottola, who and I quote referred to him as “A Devil” and some people believe that the issues which were stirring between Michael Jackson and different people in the industry might have led to his demise.
Maybe just maybe he was trying to leave the Illuminati and the way he was exposing people and speaking out was just but the beginning but unfortunately he met his end, after writing different letters to his friends predicting about his death.
Being married into the royal family is a big deal to many, others its a dream come true, to others like the late Princess Diana would not change who they really are but would use the new attained title to reach out to people and help them as she raised awareness and advocated ways to help people affected by HIV/AIDS, cancer, and mental illness..
Diana years after her marriage to prince Charles, believed that she was going to be killed and even predicted the manner in which she would be killed as indicated in the letter that she wrote to Paul Burrell.
After her body guard was murdered she believed that it was a conspiracy that would end up with her being the next in line to be killed. it was believed that there was a “Royal Rebel” a conflict among the members of the royal family since maybe she might have upset the order which was established.
Was she also upsetting the Illuminati was trying to achieve by helping out people.
She was known to be a rebel which might have gotten her in trouble. She spent time with those deemed undesirable and even after being warned a couple of times she didn’t care or rather listen to that.
As a result of her movie stardom and great beauty, Monroe came into contact and formed relationships with people of the highest order in the US including the Kennedy’s.
It said that Monroe committed suicide but it is believed that there is more to the story than what is being told. It was known that she was having an affair with Kennedy’s which might be a leading factor to her death. It is also said that a Chicago mafia might have planned her death to try to pass a message to Robert Kennedy telling him to back off against the mob.
The singer, songwriter, and arguably the most influential Beatles died in a mysterious way. The Beatles catapulted onto the American scene, eventually becoming the best-selling band in history.
The most radical of the group was undoubtedly John Lennon, and one only has to look as far as his song “Imagine,” which proposes a world without hunger and war, to realize the threat which he posed the establishment. His desire for change might be the very thing that might have contributed to his own death since he posed as a threat to certain establishments in the industry,that did not want the same for humanity.
He is one of the most achieved guitarist in history but unfortunately met his demise at the age of 27 after having a drug “overdose” as was said. Yes! he was abusing different drugs but it was later found out by his manager that he was of more value dead than alive and to him that was a win.
He had to battle certain traumas that threatened to destroy him and his career since his childhood but these were not the things that led to his demise. John Bannister the doctor that attempted to revive Hendrix after being brought to hospital unconscious supported the claim that Jimi was murdered which in one way or another was linked to his manager who believed he was of more value dead .
“A Change Is Gonna Come” became the song of the civil rights movement. He would put his money where his mouth was, which he demonstrated when he was arrested for disturbing the peace by attempting to check into a whites only hotel. He threatened to change the music industry and this threat would not be taken lightly.
Cooke represented a threat to the status quo, and one night in a dingy motel he was shot and killed. The details of his death remain murky, but what has been reported is that Cooke, in a rage, charged at the motel clerk, prompting her to shoot him. Allegedly, Cooke had forced himself onto his female companion, who had run away in fear; upon returning to the motel, the clerk felt compelled to fire. His funeral would suggest otherwise.
After attending Cooke’s funeral, Etta James claimed “the singer’s body was ravaged in a manner inconsistent with the short scuffle reported.” In her biography, she would go on to say that Cooke looked badly beaten and his head was almost separated from his right shoulder; his face was smashed in, and his hands were crushed.
It must be said that the clerk who Cooke engaged in this struggle with, who separated his shoulder, and crushed his hands, was… a small, 55-year-old woman.
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