The Five Most Notorious Secret Societies

Who really controls the world? Dark5 presents the real history of 5 secret organizations thought to control global affairs.

Have these secret societies really infiltrated the upper echelons of government and business to install a new world order? Watch to discover the true facts and alleged conspiracy theories behind the Freemasons, Knights Templar, Illuminati, Bilderberg Group and Opus Dei.


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9 Comments on "The Five Most Notorious Secret Societies"

  1. xkcd has a message for those guys:

  2. Simon Valentine | Oct 10, 2013 at 10:02 pm |

    echos of patterns passed long ago, burned onto retinas like a nuke blast; reiterated cookbooks that are really spined (and spooled, and sniped, and scoped) acid squares, run through the mills to make bread again – mana for muggling mind murderers – imaginary windows for imaginary rules of breaking things – circus pin-up posters posting on posts posed and painted like a ghost town’s most wanted.

    a chemical routine.


    it’s further than you know or knoweth not.

    “you are “it”” is the whisper inside that draws you towards the blue light.


    fun is only the beginning.

  3. Rhoid Rager | Oct 10, 2013 at 11:29 pm |

    Politics is, by definition, a conspiracy. It is the attempt to use one’s power to one’s advantage in gaining more power. This can only be done with the help of complex social networks that generally have aligned interests. Liberal democracies typically have separated power structures–judicial, executive, and legislative in the case of the US–so that such ambition for power can be contained. But in practice, it never can in a hierarchical social system. Liberals retell this lie, it seems like, every generation when political ‘crises’ (read corruption becomes explicit) ensue. “If we only had more robust institutional governance and transparency, we could mitigate the effects of power.” But we can’t, because power requires institutions to exert itself. It is exactly the opposite of what we are told in skool.

  4. BuzzCoastin | Oct 11, 2013 at 12:28 am |

    if you know about it
    it’s not a secret
    it’s truly no secret
    that the haves are having a field-day
    with the have naughts

  5. jasonpaulhayes | Oct 11, 2013 at 12:08 pm |

    Hows that imaginary friend and unwanted king network working out for you all? It’s no secret the system you’ve created rewards the best liar… lying to yourselves and standing on the shoulders of revered men of history which you are anything but.


  6. They forgot Colonel Sanders…withhis wee beady lil eyes and his secret herbs and spices that make ya crave his chicken fortnightly!!!

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