Modern researchers have discovered that communism was derived from the Illuminati, a secret society founded in Bavaria in 1776. Its founder, Adam Weishaupt, was actively preparing for the French Revolution.
n July 1785, he wrote up his plan in a book and asked Jacob Lanze to deliver it to the Illuminati members in France.
On the way to deliver the book, however, Lanze was struck by lightning and died. Authorities found the document and handed it over to the government.
Many books, documents, and correspondence were thus confiscated. In 1786, the Bavarian government published these documents in a book, which was then disseminated to other governments in Europe, including France, to alert them of the impending danger.
Follow-up testimonies by Illuminati leaders confirmed that their intent was to overthrow church and state. But the public did not pay much attention to this, thinking it was too unbelievable to be true.
Nonetheless, Illuminati leaders were later arrested, and in 1787 a proclamation was issued that anyone found guilty of recruiting members would be executed.
Unfortunately, the Illuminati secretly spread to France in 1787 and later caused the French Revolution in 1789.
The Illuminati controlled the Jacobin Club where the French revolutionists gathered, and Nikolai Lenin later claimed, “We, the Bolsheviks, are the Jacobins of the twentieth century…”
From France to Russia to China, communism has harmed people wherever it has spread.
Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party, a book published in 2004, detailed the disasters that have taken place in China since the CCP – the Marxist-Leninist party, came to power, including the horrific persecution of Falun Gong and religious followers.
Divine justice and punishment
In Shang Shu (The Book of History), we find the statement, “Thunder is like a king. Acting inward, it eliminates viciousness; acting outward, it benefits surroundings.”
Ma’at the Goddess of Truth in ancient Egyptian religion is the personification of justice and the cosmic order.
People in ancient times believed that evil will be punished and good rewarded. The Tao school takes nature as a guide uses thunder and lightning as an image of justice.
Those who to continue ignore advice and do wrong will meet with retribution and execution shall be as swift and sure as thunder and lightning.
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