Ever thought that an actor or musician was great, a little too great. Ever asked yourself "where did they get the idea to write this?" Or why Disney insists on inserting subliminal messages that seem more geared towards corrupting children than convincing them to buy more Disney products? Well I asked myself these questions but was stumped as to where these stories came from, and who stood to gain by inserting subliminal messages and Illuminati symbolism. I came to the conclusion that all this was perpetrated by the only entity who really stood to gain by putting 666 and all-seeing eyes everywhere, Satan. The question was: How does he exert himself on our reality? All of the things you see were built by the hand of man, so how did he manifest his will through these people? Did the Illuminati agree to putting satanic symbolism on everything in a dark room, or was Satan whispering in the minds of these people? Did they agree, or was this a form of mild possession? So many questions.
Then one day I was waddling around conspiracy-land and stumbled across a documentary called "Hollywood's War on God". Now I had already been convinced that the plot of the Illuminati was in fact Satanic, but now it had become a bit clearer how this entity manifests his will upon his subjects ( and by consequence, all of us ). It had also become evident why these individuals were so talented and wealthy. Soon, I was looking for other documentaries that follow the theme of selling one's soul for the services of the muse. The next documentary I would find like this was "They Sold their soul for rock-n-roll". Its focus would be the music industry, and the many admissions of the use of magic in the music industry.
Later, I would come across a few cards of Steve Jackson's cardgame Illuminati: The Game of Conspiracy. I was totally shocked by the depth of the cards, by how telling they were, and how deep Steve Jackson must be in order to have created them. I felt the whole deck was the work of a muse. After doing some research on Steve Jackson, I discovered that his website hosting company, "Illuminati Online" once hosted George Bush's 1999 presidential campaign website. And before that, was raided by the Secret Service. Steve Jackson's story, and his card game, was definitely worth including.