These Famous People Are Rumored To Be In The Illuminati

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It seems that any celebrity who has tremendous influence and power has been accused of being in the secret society named The Illuminati. Rumor has it that members of the Illuminati range from world leaders to famous celebs. This may be the ultimate conspiracy theory but we’re not here to debate that.
What we are here to say is that these well-known celebs are rumored to be in this secret society. Have they actually sold their soul to the devil to in return for fortune and fame? We don’t know the answer to that question. But it’s a scary thought nonetheless. So as you read about each of these celebs, you be the judge.
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Jay Z

This musician has been said it incorporate Freemasonry symbolism into his music videos.
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Will Smith

Some believe that Will Smith and his entire family are part of this famous secret society.
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Christina Aguilera

Her music video for “Your Body” features several Illuminati related symbols.
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Adam Lambert

Lambert’s album, “Ghost Town” features a freemason symbol called the hidden hand.
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Chris Brown

The flaming triangle in his music videos point to a possible Illuminati connection.
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Emma Watson

Photos of Watson with a “6” around her eye make people think she may be part of the Illuminati.
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Adele

Sources say that Adele was recruited to the Illuminati and that she often uses the one eye symbol the group likes.
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Beyonce

It’s not much of a secret that Beyonce is affiliated with the Illuminati.
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Justin Timberlake

Many of Timberlake’s videos feature symbols said to be used by the Illuminati.
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Amanda Bynes

People have said that Bynes’ mental health issues are due to the mind control of the Illuminati.
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Kanye West

His Horus necklace is just one reason Kanye is said to be wiht the Illuminati.
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