In my haste to spearhead my mission, I fear I may have made a fatal mistake. This platform is small and quiet, but there are trackers and agents everywhere, scouring every corner of the Web for informants and traitors to their mission. I hope I've done enough to throw them off my scent.
If not, I'll know soon enough.
Either way, the most important thing now is to press forward, and the best place to start is with who THEY are. And THEY are the I L L U M I N A T I.
No, not that Illuminati--the one invented by alt-right conspiracy theorists and scammers who prey on their idiocy in the corners of the dark web, touting whatever moronic garbage they dig up from their racist aunt's attic. I'm talking about a different kind of group altogether. But as different as they are, there are some similarities between the 'real' and the 'fake' Illuminati: namely, a grand conspiracy to keep people in the dark.
Some of those higher up on the ladder might be described as 'snake-like', but there aren't any actual reptilians running the world, so to speak. Though, there are some shapeshifting races that are very, very good at hiding their real forms, so I guess it's not totally impossible. I can't say for sure--not exactly in a position to find out, after all. And not that I'd want to if I could.
Moving on from that, that does bring me to my next point: that the Illuminati is rife with non-humans. Witches. Supers. Mutants. Monsters. Demons. Aliens. Whatever the hell you want to call them. They exist. They're real. And the point and purpose of the Illuminati is to contain them and all the dangers they could potentially pose.
Yes, I am aware how utterly insane that sounds, and I'm sure a lot of you are thinking this is made up, some kind of hoax or story or whatever kind of nonsense. It's a lot to take on faith, and believe me, at one point when it all started for me, I didn't believe in any of this shit either. Demons, werewolves, vampires, angels, witchcraft--all that supernatural crap was just easy fodder for Hollywood to keep cranking out weekly dramas in the 90s and early 2000s, I thought. And Hollywood had pretty much all of it wrong, as I found out, but before that I didn't believe a bit of it. But after seven years of working in and around it, I believe. And I hope, in time, you will believe me, and understand why I am writing all of this.