Johann Adam Weishaupt (1748-1830)
- German philosopher; Professor of Natural and Canon Law at the University of Ingolstadt
- Initially educated from the religious background of the Catholic Order of Jesuitism, its abolition in Bavaria led Weishaupt to seek refuge within the practice of freemasonry; slowly infiltrating and reforming many Bavarian lodge's ethos to his ideals
- Founder of the Bavarian Illuminati, officially on May 1, 1776. Attains the codename title of "Brother Spartacus". Originally called the Order of the Perfectibilists, "its professed object was, by the mutual assistance of its members, to attain the highest possible degree of morality and virtue, and to lay the foundation for the reformation of the world by the association of good mento oppose the progress of moral evil."
- The Illuminati's goals included the abolishing of all monarchies, governments, private properties and inheritances, marriage, family life, patriotism and nationalism and religions.
- Prominent early figures of the Illuminati include core financiers Mayer Amschel Rothschild and Prince Wilhelm IX Landgrave
- Weishaupt and his plan was outlawed by the King of Bavaria in August 1784 after the police found out of the Order (via an Illuminati courier handling papers being struck by lightning). He fled to Moscow and continued to realise his ambitions of a New World Order within freemasonry
Nathan Mayer Rothschild (1777-1836) / James Mayer de Rothschild (1792-1868)
- Two of the five sons of Mayer Amschel Rothschild; mastermind of the Rothschild banking dynasty. The five sons each set out to rule the economic systems of their residing nation. Nathan had control over England (Bank of England) and James over France (Messieurs de Rothschild Freres).
- The two brothers concocted the 1815 Battle of Waterloo (in Belgium) conflict between Britain's forces led by the Duke of Wellington against that frontiered by Napoleon; Nathan funded the Duke, James funded Napoleon. With advanced knowledge of the British victory, Nathan Rothschild spread lies that the British had been defeated, which caused a crash in the value of British Government Bonds. While panicked English investors sold up their life savings, Nathan Rothschild bought-up their bonds for pennies on the dollar. When official news of the British victory at Waterloo arrived, the English Bond market skyrocketed and so did Nathan Rothschild's wealth. In one foul swoop, the demon brothers had double crossed the English masses and taken control of the Bank of England (source: http://jubilee2012.50webs.com/the_house_of_rothschild.htm).
Daniel Payseur (Crown Prince Louis aka Louis XVII of France) (1785-1860)
- Son of 18th Century French monarchical couple Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette. Louis XVI's ancestry is just one strand of the vast Merovignian bloodline.
- Thought to have died in 1795 from a form of tuberculosis whilst imprisoned by the during the French Revolution (1789–1799). Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette were both executed in 1793.
- Smuggled out of France during the Revolution and taken to England in 1804 by the former royal paymaster of France, George Payseur. Protected by King George III and given a new identity of Daniel Payseur. The King gave Payseur a ship and land in US state of North Carolina to reside in which Payseur did circa 1805.
- Gathering wealth through acquiring gold mines, lucrative real estate and leasing railroads, Daniel's grandson Lewis Cass Payseur was in charge of the vast business empire. Lewis entrusted Leroy Springs to host a range of his companies; Springs being part of the offshoot of the Rothschild family bloodline