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Guess Iyke Top 5 secret societies and their origins

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Find out the history behind these secret societies and how they have produced powerful world leaders.From Illuminati to……Guess Iyke Top 5 count down.


Skull and Bones was founded at Yale University in 1832 by students William Huntington Russell and Alphonso Taft. The story behind why they formed it is in some dispute. Some say it stemmed from an argument several other clubs were having and others say Russell had seen similar groups while abroad in Germany and wanted to start a club at Yale. Regardless, the club has become notorious for its secrecy and its alumni of powerful leaders.

(Pictured) Hall of Skull and Bones fraternity house, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, U.S.

Three members of Skull and Bones went on to become U.S. Presidents: William Howard Taft, George H.W. Bush, and George W. Bush. Other noted members include John Kerry, actor Paul Giamatti, and William Buckley.


Officially, the Illuminati was formed in Germany in 1776 by religious professor Adam Weishaupt as he wished to limit religious influence in daily life and encourage rebellion against the era’s existing monarchies. Carol Theodore, then monarch of the Bavarian region, caught wind of the secret group in 1784 and outlawed all secret societies, forcing the group to go even further underground.

Today, the Illuminati is synonymous with being the ultimate secret society. Celebrities from Jay-Z and Beyoncé to Serena Williams, Barack Obama and Madonna have all been the subject of rumor and conspiracies surrounding the Illuminati – usually in a negative way.


The Carbonari were a group of revolutionaries based in Italy in the early 1800s and formed in response to a conservative Italian government. They actively participated in Italian revolutions at the time and influenced groups in neighboring countries. They are also seen as having helped pave the way for Italian unification in 1861.


The Bohemian Club started in San Francisco in 1872 and originally comprised writers, artists and musicians as a way for these artistically minded people to mingle and interact. Membership became less limited to the arts world and soon businessmen and other powerful figures joined their ranks.

Some of its famous members include George H.W. Bush, Newt Gingrich, William Randolph Hearst, Herbert Hoover and Richard Nixon (pictured).


In the early years of the 1600s, several anonymously written manifestos were published in Germany and throughout Europe. They contained elements of other religions, including Christianity and the Kabbalah, and generated a lot of interest due to instability in Europe and a promise that alchemists and wise men would solve many of the continent’s problems. Today, the society still exists with an emphasis on Christian teachings and philosophies.


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