Living Nostradamus in bombshell Illuminati claim after Satans messenger row

A fortune-teller dubbed the modern-day Nostradamus says internet sleuths have accused him of being an "Illuminati elitist and messenger of the Antichrist" after a series of correct predictions.

Athos Salomé's correct predictions include the death of the Queen, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and even Covid-19.

The 36-year-old seer claims to have been targeted by zealots making posts attacking him as an "Illuminati elitist" and questioning if he may be a "messenger of the Antichrist".

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Now Salomé is now exposing the truth behind the Order, which conspiracy theorists believe secretly dominates the world.

Over the last few decades, theories about the secret society have ranged from ties to major events such as the pandemic to links to Hollywood A-listers including Beyonce and Lady Gaga.

The "psychic" claims the secret society was initially founded in 1776 in Bavaria, Germany, by jurist Adam Weishaupt – stating it was created to put an end to obscurantism and the strong political influence of the church.

Once Prince Karl Theodor came to power, the Order was banned and dissolved in 1785.

But some internet theorists believe the Order continues to operate in secret, "dominating government and society".

Salomé references repeated mention of the Illuminati in works such as the satirical science fiction trilogy The Illuminatus.

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He said: “American writer and historian Mitch Horowitz says people are convinced because it is interesting to think that there is a secret group that dominates the world.

“If you study what the Illuminati really were, you would realise that it was a political organisation whose ideals were based on a more just society.

“Musicians understand the attraction and use symbols like the pentagram, the obelisk or the all-seeing eye, but that does not make them members of a secret society.

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“American writer Mark Dice, the author of a book about the alleged order, believes there is evidence that the Illuminati continue to exist today. Dice said that after their dissolution in 1785, the Illuminati continued to operate through various interconnected secret societies.”

The self-proclaimed prophet went on to reference Jesse Walker who is quoted stating the internet is instrumental in driving and propagating the Illuminati phenomenon.

Salomé continued: “Dice assures that the Illuminati want to create a socialist-inspired global government and use world-famous artists to further their cause.

“Conspiracy theories are an intrinsic part of the human psyche and today are linked to all sorts of theories by both far-right and far-left groups. Walker recalls that there are real reasons for fear or anxiety.

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“American writer and historian Mitch Horowitz said 'it is madness to believe in the existence of the Illuminati'. He also believed people are convinced because it is interesting to think there is a secret group that dominates the world.”

The Brazilian has issued a warning over websites and social network profiles that claim to be of the 'Secret Order’ – offering services and making invitations to join the supposed sect.

He claims they are a distraction to test the intelligence of uninformed and innocent people, inducing them to fall into a scam.

“It is nothing more than fiction and marketing, conspiracy theories feed the ego of families, important people and politicians, nothing more,” concludes Salomé.

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