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One of his students by name of John Ruskin inculcated Illuminati principles in Cecil Rhodes whose influence and power is a blight upon humanity to this day – so I could be wrong about him being as good as I think. In fact Rhodes and Hitler both had what some think is a daemonic event that made them (like Napoleon) into men they became. I think use of esoteric or occult possession techniques was involved by those who sought to control these men but I see little evidence that Carlyle was one who developed these techniques - so if he was part of it – he was also a mere tool for them.
I offer you a Mason talking about Goethe as one of his own but I remind you Masons say they killed or expunged Illuminati once they found out real nature of Illuminati. In this piece I have chosen something that says Goethe’s works were a ‘confession’ and if you have understood Faust you will know that Asmodeus is there. I suspect Goethe was a member of a Freemasonic Order of Golden Centurion. “Who was Goethe? Carlyle called him ‘Universal Man’ and with good reason. Lyric poet, novelist, draughtsman, playwright, translator, actor, theatre manager, minister of state, administrator, geologist, botanist, anatomist, philosopher, critic, lover-and with all this he is known to world today by his "Faust" which, for all its profundity, remains for many people inaccessible and by his poetry which is in some of its best aspects untranslatable. His plays are seldom performed outside Germany yet he was a genius and this is without dispute. Goethe's life matters more for understanding of his works than does life of most authors, since he himself was particularly conscious of connection between two. ‘All my works,’ he said on one occasion, ‘were fragments of a great confession.’” (5)
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