Tuesday, 9 November 2010

CASE 165 - Grand druid council

A "Grand Druid Council" "Witches"is reputed to control the Illuminati, and meets eight times annually on the "Witches' Sabbaths" (incl Halloween) when millions of occult practitioners engage in orgies, which sometimes involve human sacrifice. The source of this information is the highest Illuminati defector in history, a Witch High Priest, a member of the Council of Thirteen, and part of the Collins Illuminati bloodline that brought Witchcraft to the US in the 17th Century.

He casts the Illuminati as a vast, highly organized and powerful occult conspiracy that holds mankind in a satanic vice.

The Illuminati are "thousands of different conspiracies operating in parallel," he says. For example, the vows and initiation rites of witchcraft closely mirror Freemasonry.

His name is John Todd (also Cristopher Kollyns). In 1972, when Todd was "saved," and exposed the Illuminati, he ruled a 13-state US region consisting of 5000 covens, i.e. totaling 65,000 priests and priestesses. That's just the ministers, not the congregation.

Skeptics say that if the Illuminati were real, there would be defectors. There are plenty of defectors; clinics that deal with victims of CIA mind control and satanic ritual abuse are full of them.

But the vocal ones get put away. In 1987 Todd claimed he was framed "for rape" and sentenced to 30 years. He was reported to be freed in 1994, subsequently "picked up by a helicopter" and murdered.

But there is also supposed to be a record of Todd being released from prison in South Carolina in April 2004 and then being re-incarcerated in the "Behavioral Disorder Treatment Unit" of the South Carolina Dept. of Mental Health.

Todd provided many shocking revelations, which Fritz Springmeier, (the author of a number of significant books on the Illuminati, government mind control and the New World Order), confirms could only come from a man who was in fact a member of the Council of Thirteen. Fritz Springmeier says the 13 Illuminati families consist of "generational Satanists."

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Thank-you. People need to be aware of not just how powerful and widespread these organizations are, but also how inter-connected they are, and the 1 common thread that ties them all together.
The more different people that come forward from a variety of organizations, with slightly differing viewpoints will all point towards the same general goal of these groups, which seems to be as stated in your article. Thank-you once again.