ILLUMINATED exposes the truth behind the controversial group, the Illuminati. Written and directed by Johnny Royal ("33 and Beyond"), ILLUMINATED reveals the origins, documents, rituals, and degree ceremonies of the Illuminati.
The film traces the history and majesty of the brotherhood of Freemasonry, it's meaning and it's rituals. Featuring noted Masonic historians and a full cast of actors in dramatic ... See full summary »
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A wealthy banker lies ritualistically and brutally murdered. The banker's daughter and only heir, Rana (Alex McKenna), calls upon Cyrus Rothwell (Randy Wayne), a brilliant but eccentric ... See full summary »
This is the real history of America as you've never known it. The shocking truth of how America was engineered and controlled by a secret organization that has infiltrated religious groups,... See full summary »
There is a sinister group that controls the world. They hide behind a system they have created, that they control from within other organizations that have a global reach. They are not ... See full summary »
Mention Freemasonry and images of secret handshakes, ancient rituals and mysterious ceremonies will spring to mind. Unravelling a good mystery by following the progress of Freemasonry from its earliest beginnings up to the present day.
Faye (Sarah French), a former actress that lost her vision due to botched laser eye surgery, struggles to put her life back together while living alone in her dream house in the Hollywood ... See full summary »
One of the best documentaries on Freemasonry available
I purchased this film when it first debuted and have shared it widely with both Masons and non-Masons. It was instrumental in helping my now wife better understand what it means to be a Mason, and the role of the Fraternity in my life, particularly as it demystifies Masonry's goals while at the same time treating the Fraternity with a high level of respect and integrity. Many (perhaps most) documentaries on this subject are written, directed, and produced by non-Masons, so their view of Masonry is incomplete and oftentimes sensationalist. Not so with this film. This is a film created by respected brothers, and features interviews with many of Masonry's "best and brightest" discussing their perspective on the Fraternity. Hence, here you will find the story of Masonry "straight from the horse's mouth." Highly recommended.
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