BILLIONAIRE GIVING PLEDGE
“THE GIVING PLEDGE IS A COMMITMENT BY THE WORLD’S WEALTHIEST INDIVIDUALS AND FAMILIES TO DEDICATE THE MAJORITY OF THEIR WEALTH TO PHILANTHROPY.” | How To Join Illuminati
How To Join Illuminati. The Illuminati supports the positive efforts of this planet’s elite and the initiative of the Giving Pledge. Originally conceived by Bill and Melinda Gates and Warren Buffett, the Giving Pledge encourages those with much to consider the needs of those with less.
By taking the Giving Pledge, wealthy members of the human species promise to donate the majority of their monetary worth to charitable causes that support positive changes in the lives of those who need it.
The Giving Pledge is intended for billionaires or those who would be billionaires if not for their donations to charity. The Illuminati is not directly affiliated with this charity and cannot accept donations of any kind. How To Join Illuminati
Adam Weishaupt (1748–1830) became a professor of Canon Law and practical philosophy at the University of Ingolstadt in 1773. He was the only non-clerical professor at an institution run by Jesuits, whose order Pope Clement XIV had dissolved in 1773. The Jesuits of Ingolstadt, however, still retained the purse strings and some power at the university, which they continued to regard as their own. They made constant attempts to frustrate and discredit non-clerical staff, especially when course material contained anything they regarded as liberal or Protestant. Weishaupt became deeply anti-clerical, resolving to spread the ideals of the Enlightenment (Aufklärung) through some sort of a secret society of like-minded individuals.
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Men and women age 21 and older who believe in a Supreme Being and meet the qualifications and standards for membership are eligible to petition for membership. We welcome men and women of every country, religion, race, age, income, education, and opinion.