The Illuminati was a real society. However, much of the symbolism in the United States is Masonic, originating from Freemasonry which is still around today. George Washington was a prominent Freemason and so were some of the founding fathers, such as Benjamin Franklin.
If the illuminati don't exist, why is there so much symbolism? It doesn't make sense, why add these things if they don't mean anything?
I don't see anything really conspiracy worthy.
Thanks for the answer, its just I don't get why they add these symbols in music videos and movies. If there's no point, why even include it in the first place? And when people accuse celebs of being in the illuminati, they deny it and laugh it off.
So why so much Freemasonry symbolism if there's nothing special about that organization?
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