Famous celebrities who were killed by the Illuminati cult over the years (photos)

The Illuminati is a secret society whose activities remain hush hush.

Alot has been said about celebrities being part of this group, and is also alleged to be behind their deaths.

a secret society that is believed to be running the entertainment industry in the United States of America .


The people whose deaths were linked to the secret society are believed to have been spreading a different message which was contrary to that of the Illuminati and what they were striving to achieve in their “New World Order”

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Here are some of the celebrities believed to have been killed by the Illuminati.

Michael Jackson

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After his death, so many people tried to explain what happened and wrote articles as well but the question remains, is it truly homicide as stated by Los Angeles County Coroner On August 28, 2009, or something else must have happened.

Michael Jackson one day spoke out against one of America’s music executive who headed Sony Music Entertainment Tonny Mottola, who and I quote referred to him as “A Devil” and some people believe that the issues which were stirring between Michael Jackson and different people in the industry might have led to his demise.

Maybe just maybe he was trying to leave the Illuminati and the way he was exposing people and speaking out was just but the beginning but unfortunately he met his end, after writing different letters to his friends predicting about his death.

Princess Diana

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Being married into the royal family is a big deal to many, others its a dream come true, to others like the late Princess Diana would not change who they really are .

Diana used the chanceto raise awarenessand advocated ways to help people affected by HIV/AIDS, cancer, and mental illness..

Diana years after her marriage to prince Charles, believed that she was going to be killed and even predicted the manner in which she would be killed as indicated in the letter that she wrote to Paul Burrell.

After her body guard was murdered she believed that it was a conspiracy that would end up with her being the next in line to be killed. it was believed that there was a “Royal Rebel” a conflict among the members of the royal family since maybe she might have upset the order which was established.

Was she also upsetting the Illuminati was trying to achieve by helping out people.

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Marilyn Monroe

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She was known to be a rebel which might have gotten her in trouble. She spent time with those deemed undesirable and even after being warned a couple of times she didn’t care or rather listen to that.

As a result of her movie stardom and great beauty, Monroe came into contact and formed relationships with people of the highest order in the US including the Kennedy’s.

It said that Monroe committed suicide but it is believed that there is more to the story than what is being told. It was known that she was having an affair with Kennedy’s which might be a leading factor to her death. It is also said that a Chicago mafia might have planned her death to try to pass a message to Robert Kennedy telling him to back off against the mob.

 John Lennon

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The singer, songwriter, and arguably the most influential Beatles died in a mysterious way. The Beatles catapulted onto the American scene, eventually becoming the best-selling band in history.

The most radical of the group was undoubtedly John Lennon, and one only has to look as far as his song “Imagine,” which proposes a world without hunger and war, to realize the threat which he posed the establishment. His desire for change might be the very thing that might have contributed to his own death since he posed as a threat to certain establishments in the industry,that did not want the same for humanity.

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Abraham Lincoln

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The most well-documented conspiracy on our list was the assassination of Abraham Lincoln by John Wilkes Booth. A fierce southerner loyal to the Confederacy, Booth murdered Lincoln as part of a larger plan to reinvigorate the defeated South. Not only was Lincoln meant to die, but his Vice President and Secretary of State were, as well. George Atzerodt was tasked with killing Vice President Andrew Johnson but lost his nerve, and was eventually hanged for his participation.

Another member of the conspiracy was Lewis Powell, who attempted (and failed) to kill the Secretary of State William Seward, injuring the secretary, his son, and his bodyguard before being disarmed. He, too, was executed for treason.

Martin Luther King jr

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Dr.King was a great threat to some of the most powerful men in the wealthiest countries in the world.

He was in constant surveillance since powerful people were afraid of what he might do as he had already captured the attention  of the people.

He was once written to and told to commit suicide instead of his “sins” being exposed to the public.

Near the end of his life, Dr. King had begun to discuss and champion issues that transcended race; issues of class conflict and the importance of solidarity amongst workers. Dr. King would arrive in Memphis to lend support to the Memphis Sanitation Workers Strike, and not long after a man would take his life.

Which when it came to the enlightened of society became a big issue since he only spoke the truth even though they tried to make him seem like a liar.

Many people know the name of King’s convicted killer, James Earl Ray, but few realize that a separate wrongful death lawsuit was filed, and that a jury concluded that there was a conspiracy to murder Dr. King

John F. Kennedy

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John F.Kennedy was the youngest ever elected president of he United States of America.

His reign of presidency ended before his term was over by him being assassinated.Abroad, Kennedy had to ease rising tensions with the Soviet Union, while at home the demands of equal rights by African-Americans was not going away.

These same ideas of freedom and equality were being espoused by the formerly colonized people of Vietnam and their leader Ho Chi Minh, who aligned himself with the Soviet Union.

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President Kennedy had to make a decision: follow the advice of his generals and impede Vietnam’s ability to choose a socialist style government or choose a path of non-intervention.

With different organisations working under cover which are secret societies ,their definition of a “New World Order”was totally different to what an average human being or religious person may term it to be hence they might have planned for the assassination of Kennedy since for him ,he believed in something much more than what meets the eye,that war and conflicts never really solves issues.

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REVEALED: Princess Diana Tried To CUT Her Wrists Just Weeks After Fairytale WEDDING To Prince Charles

Few people knew that Princess Diana’s marriage was falling apart in 1991, and that Prince Charles had rekindled his relationship with Camilla Parker Bowles.

Devastated, Diana decided to make her side of the story public by recording her thoughts for author Andrew Morton via a go-between on one condition: that her involvement be kept a strict secret.

Morton compiled the revelations in a book title ‘Diana: Her true story’ that caused a sensation.

Twenty years later, the book has been republished ‘Diana: Her True Story — In Her Own Words’ with transcripts of those tapes.

The extracts herein begin just two days before her wedding on July 29, 1981 — which was watched by a global TV audience of 750 million.


“I remember being so in love with my husband that I couldn’t take my eyes off him. I just absolutely thought I was the luckiest girl in the world. He was going to look after me. Well, was I wrong on that assumption!”

We got married on Wednesday. On the Monday (July 27, 1981), we had gone to St Paul’s for our last rehearsal, and that’s when the camera lights were on full and I got a sense of what the day was going to be.

And I sobbed my eyes out. I absolutely collapsed and it was because of all sorts of things. The Camilla thing rearing its head the whole way through our engagement.

I was desperately trying to be mature about the situation, but I didn’t have the foundations to do it, and I couldn’t talk to anyone about it.

I remember my husband being very tired — both of us were quite tired. Big day.

He sent me a very nice signet ring the night before to Clarence House, with the Prince of Wales feathers on and a very nice card that said: ‘I’m so proud of you and when you come up, I’ll be there at the altar for you tomorrow. Just look ’em in the eye and knock ’em dead.’

I had a very bad fit of bulimia the night before. I ate everything I could possibly find which amused my sister (Jane) because she was staying at Clarence House with me.

Nobody understood what was going on there. It was very hush-hush. I was sick as a parrot that night. It was such an indication of what was going on.


I was very calm the next morning when we were getting up at Clarence House. Must have been awake about 5am. Interesting — they put me in a bedroom overlooking the Mall, which meant I didn’t get any sleep.

I was very, very calm, deathly calm. I felt I was a lamb to the slaughter. I knew it and couldn’t do anything about it. My last night of freedom with Jane at Clarence House.

On the day, there was great anticipation. Happiness because the crowds buoyed you up — but I don’t think I was happy.

Father (still suffering from the after-effects of a massive stroke) was so thrilled, he waved himself stupid. We went past St Martin-in-the-Fields and he thought we were at St Paul’s. He was ready to get out. It was wonderful, that.

As I walked up the aisle, I was looking for her (Camilla). I knew she was in there, of course. I looked for her.

I had to get my father basically up the aisle and that’s what I concentrated on. And I remember being terribly worried about curtseying to the Queen.


Anyway, I got up to the top. I thought the whole thing was hysterical, getting married, in the sense that it was just so grown-up, and here was Diana — a kindergarten teacher. The whole thing was ridiculous!

I remember being so in love with my husband that I couldn’t take my eyes off him. I just absolutely thought I was the luckiest girl in the world. He was going to look after me. Well, was I wrong on that assumption!

So walking back down the aisle, I spotted Camilla — pale grey, veiled pillbox hat, saw it all, her son Tom standing on a chair. To this day, you know — vivid memory.

When we got out, it was a wonderful feeling: everybody hurraying, everybody happy because they thought we were happy. And there was the big question mark in my mind. I realised I had taken on an enormous role, but had no idea what I was going into — but no idea.

Back to Buckingham Palace, did all the photographs. Nothing tactile, nothing.


I was basically wandering around, trying to find where I should be, clutching my long train with my bridesmaids and pages.

We got out on the balcony. It was overwhelming what we saw, so humble-making, all these thousands and thousands of people happy. It was just wonderful. I sat next to Charles at the wedding breakfast, which was a lunch. Neither of us spoke to each other — we were so shattered. I was exhausted at the whole thing.

I never tried to call the wedding off in the sense of really doing that. But the worst moment was when we got to Broadlands (the family seat of Charles’s late great-uncle, Lord Mountbatten, where the royal couple spent the first part of their honeymoon).

I thought, you know, it was just grim. I just had tremendous hope in me, which was slashed by day two.

We went to Broadlands. Second night, out come the van der Post books he hadn’t read (Laurens van der Post, the South African philosopher and adventurer, was much admired by Prince Charles). Seven of them — they came on our honeymoon. He read them and we had to analyse them over lunch every day.


(On the second leg of the honeymoon, aboard the royal yacht) we had to entertain all the top people on Britannia every night, so there was never any time on our own. Found that very difficult to accept.

The yacht was manned by 21 officers and 256 men. Evening meals were black-tie affairs, attended by selected officers. And while everyone ate, a Royal Marine band played in an adjoining room.

By then, the bulimia was appalling, absolutely appalling. It was rife: four times a day on the yacht.

Anything I could find, I would gobble up and be sick two minutes later — very tired. So, of course, that slightly got the mood swings going, in the sense that one minute one would be happy, the next, blubbing one’s eyes out.

I remember crying my eyes out on our honeymoon. I was so tired, for all the wrong reasons totally.

We survived that all right. Then went off to Balmoral straight from the yacht. Everyone was there to welcome us and then the realisation set in.

My dreams were appalling. At night, I dreamt of Camilla the whole time.


I was obsessed by Camilla totally. I didn’t trust (Charles) — thought every five minutes he was ringing her up, asking how to handle his marriage.

Charles got Laurens van der Post up to come and help me. Laurens didn’t understand me. Everybody saw I was getting thinner and thinner and I was being sicker and sicker.

Basically, they thought I could adapt to being Princess of Wales overnight. All the guests at Balmoral coming to stay just stared at me the whole time, treated me like glass. As far as I was concerned, I was Diana — the only difference was people called me ‘Ma’am’ now, ‘Your Royal Highness’, and they curtsied. That was the only difference, but I treated everybody else exactly the same.

Charles used to want to go for long walks around Balmoral the whole time. His idea of enjoyment — this will make you laugh —would be to sit on top of the highest hill at Balmoral. It is beautiful up there. I completely understand; he would read Laurens van der Post or (Swiss psychoanalyst) Carl Jung to me. And bear in mind I hadn’t a clue about psychic powers or anything, but I knew there was something in me that hadn’t been awoken yet — and I didn’t think this was going to help!

So anyway, we read those and I did my tapestry and he was blissfully happy, and as far as he was happy, that was fine.


He was in awe of his Mama, intimidated by his father, and I was always the third person in the room. It was never: ‘Darling, would you like a drink?’ It was always: ‘Mummy, would you like a drink?’ ‘Granny, would you like a drink?’ ‘Diana, would you like a drink?’

Fine, no problem. But I had to be told that that was normal because I always thought it was the wife first — stupid thought!

We stayed up there (at Balmoral) from August to October. I got terribly, terribly thin. People started commenting: ‘Your bones are showing.’ By October, I was in a very bad way.

I was so depressed, and I was trying to cut my wrists with razor blades. It rained and rained and rained.

I came down early (to London) to seek treatment, not because I hated Balmoral, but because I was in such a bad way.

Anyway, I came down here. All the analysts and psychiatrists you could ever dream of came plodding in trying to sort me out. Put me on high doses of Valium and everything else.

But the Diana that was still very much there had decided just time, patience and adapting were all that were needed. It was me telling them what I needed.

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM - JULY 29:  Prince Charles And Princess Diana Waving From  The Balcony Of Buckingham Palace.  They Are Accompanied By Prince Philip.  The Princess Is Wearing A Dress Designed By David And Elizabeth Emanuel.  (Photo by Tim Graham/Getty Images)


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