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Old card game predicts New World Order, 9/11


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#1    Paracelse

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Posted 11 December 2012 - 01:02 PM

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‘Illuminati: The Game of Conspiracy’ is a card game produced by Steve Jackson Games that was originally released in the early 80′s. It was based on the successful book trilogy ‘The Illuminatus!’ and was supposedly designed to be a satirical, tongue in cheek take on the topic of global conspiracism, featuring opposing secret societies competing for world domination using various malevolent means. You may well have heard of this somewhat sinister card game already, as there are plenty of online references to it on other alternative and conspiracy based websites, mostly due to it’s apparent prophetic content, which rather accurately details aspects of the illuminati agenda that we are now seeing playing out in front of us on a daily basis.

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Posted 11 December 2012 - 01:14 PM

I use to play that game and it was pretty obvious that it was definitly tongue in cheek... Poking fun at organizations by changing their names and creating others that were just silly...  "The Society for Creative Anarchy"... "The Church of the SubGenius"... "The Servants of Cthulhu"... "Shangri-La"...  Just a silly game - nothing more...

Totally tongue in cheek...  Some people will search for conspiracy and "Hidden Truths" (and 'find them') where there are none...


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Posted 11 December 2012 - 08:14 PM

View PostTaun, on 11 December 2012 - 01:14 PM, said:

I use to play that game and it was pretty obvious that it was definitly tongue in cheek... Poking fun at organizations by changing their names and creating others that were just silly...  "The Society for Creative Anarchy"... "The Church of the SubGenius"... "The Servants of Cthulhu"... "Shangri-La"...  Just a silly game - nothing more...

Totally tongue in cheek...  Some people will search for conspiracy and "Hidden Truths" (and 'find them') where there are none...
did you actually read the article or you just read the titel?

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Posted 11 December 2012 - 08:19 PM

I was commenting on the various CT groups that have grown up around the game... looking for hidden meanings, when the only true meaning was Steve Jackson wanting to make a game that would sell...





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