In Frankfurt, Germany Rothschild informed his friends that Adam Weishaupt was going to lead the organization he had planned. Weishaupt formed the “Order of Perfectibilists” on May 1, 1776 and to this day it is celebrated as “May Day” in the West. The Perfectibilists became known as the Illuminati with the express aim to abolish Christianity and overturn all civil government.
Weishaupt brought in an Italian, Giusseppe Mazzini, a 33rd degree Mason who was selected to head the worldwide operations in 1834. He also founded the Mafia in 1860. While leading, Mazzini brought in Pike, who was fascinated by the idea of a one world government, to head the American chapter.
In 1871 Pike published an 861 page Masonic Handbook called “Morals and Dogma of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry“, Mazzini died March 11, 1872 and Pike appointed Adriano Lemmi, a 33rd degree Mason and banker from Florence, Italy to run subversive activities in Europe.
It’s said that Pike worked on and completed a military blueprint for three world wars and revolutions which were meant to bring the conspiracy to its final stages in the 20th century.
These three wars were planned by Pike in a letter he allegedly wrote to Mazzini. Albert Pike and Three World Wars
While it is not clear if Pike was the letter’s author, the first two wars played out almost exactly to plan and the third war appears to be moving ahead full steam.
The letter was never produced, at least not to the public, and many scholars debate the authorship of the letter. I find most information regarding authorship fails to take into account the accuracy of the plan and focus their attempt at “debunking” on the one fact that authorship cannot be verified, and a handful of scattered fragments of sentences appearing in occult literature. Some categorize this as a “prediction” and discount the history of Pike, Mazzani and Rothschild in contriving this enterprise.
On June 6, 2011 Keelan Balderson, an active writer and journalist, published an article Albert Pike’s 3 World Wars Letter Hoax in which she looks into this in some depth scrutinizing the origin of the letter but not denying it’s content which is currently playing out in real time.