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I'm Joining the Illuminati Brotherhood By Personal Invitation of Hiltom Rothschild... Wait, What?

Image Mage.Space AI: Prompt: An illuminati initiation ceremony showcasing the one eyed pyramid. Fantasy Art. wide angle.
How special am I to have finally come of age (53 years young) and am now eligible to participate in building the world alongside other members of the Illuminati Brotherhood... Yes I've received the call by way of an email, which I'm sure is real because I had to translate it from the Dutch language and it was personally written by Hiltom Rothschild, one of the non-existent members of the Rothschild family (or perhaps deep undercover because Google has never heard of them?).

A Transcript of the email below:

To: etourist

From: Illuminati Brotherhood 

Subject: Illuminati Broederschap (Illuminati Brotherhood)

I am Hiltom Rothschild, a member of the Rothschild family, one of the 13 families of the Illuminati brotherhood.

I'm here to let you know that you've come of age and are eligible to participate in building the 🌎 world. It is a calling and a privilege to honor him with pride and gratitude as not everyone will ever be chosen by the LIGHT, many are called but few are chosen (Matthew 22:14) and you are the chosen one ☝ because it is not just any human being or mortal who chose you, but it is the vibration and your level of sensitivity around events in the world that have attracted LIGHT into you. There is a certain level of vibration and spirituality that when they all reached the LIGHT chose them by greatness, making them the chosen ones, as stated in Matthew 22:14.

I am here to help and assist you in answering your call to introduce you to the Brotherhood of the Illuminati Brotherhood for your proper initiation. We can only assist, guide, teach and present, but we cannot decide for you.

If you are interested in joining the great

illuminati then come back to us for more info and explanation about the membership of illuminati.

Please reply to our direct recruitment email only to: [email-removed]@gmail.com

For further instructions on our membership process.


The Illuminati.


Obviously this is a scam of sorts, that isn't even new. It's been around for a while in various forms whether it's to join the Illuminati or to retrieve some kind of prize money or payment from the Rothschild Foundation. 

However it's a first for me and a nice change from the still regular scam mails of hacking my computer and threating to release a video of me to all my friends, recorded with my own webcam, doing things to myself as I watch online porn.

I'm still waiting to see that video despite deleting probably 20-30 of those emails (maybe more, I'm not counting but I get them a lot).

Anyway, I just thought maybe this Illuminati Brotherhood email might be new for whoever happens to be reading this trying to determine if the email is a scam. It is.

If you're wondering how this scam goes, you'll likely be asked to collect a series of hard to get items for your initiation. Fortunately you can make things easier on yourself by just sending money to buy these items directly from the Brotherhood for around US$1000.

Want to see someone follow though on an Instagram version of this Scam? YouTuber and Scam exposer, Pleasant Green has engaged in this scam so you don't have to. They're quite interesting videos, if only for seeing how Pleasant scams his way through each stage to see how deep into the scam he can get.


Main Image Mage.Space AI: Prompt: An illuminati initiation ceremony showcasing the one eyed pyramid. Fantasy Art. wide angle.

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  1. The illuminati scammer spam is off the charts on this post. No one is interested in joining the illuminati. Save yourself the time because my spam filter is just going to block your posts on how to join... doesn't matter how many times you press publish, or even if you post to a different article. Don't waste your time.

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