0810565417 Sign up for NOW Wanting for new members... An 'Illuminati' poster discovered in the Parktown spot.
The Illuminati is a top secret modern society that several conspiracy theorists declare may perhaps be powering a range of sizeable earth occasions these kinds of as 9/11 and the Kennedy assassination. But now they are searching for new users – or so it would seem.
It appears that the organisation has plastered posters alongside Jan Smuts Avenue, promising possible customers “fame, riches and power”.
Upon calling the quantity advertised, one is explained to to set up an ‘entrance interview’ 24 several hours in progress at the organisation’s offices on Commissioner Avenue in the Johannesburg CBD.
They convey to possible users to provide two copies of their identity document, two entire-size shots, and a R500 ‘membership’ price. If the aspiring member is selected to join the ‘Illuminati’, he or she will be taken to their ‘sacred temple’ for initiation.
The Illuminati was initially set up in the 18th century in Bavaria by German philosopher, Adam Weishaupt. The organisation’s first ambitions included opposition to prejudice, religion, abuse of state ability and gender inequality but was disbanded in 1785. In accordance to Wikipedia, given that then, the contemporary-working day ‘Illuminati’ refers to organisations which claim to have inbound links to the first Bavarian Illuminati, and which supposedly control environment affairs – but no matter whether these teams are true or fictitious is up for discussion.
While the voice on the other conclude of the cellular phone promises riches and fame, Ward 90 councillor Anthony Still describes the ad as a “scam”.
He reported, “It sounds like someone’s way of getting an quick R500. If this was the true Illuminati, assuming that they exist, they would not be going about recruiting new customers in this manner. I consider people ought to be weary of this and need to not simply call the range marketed.