List of famous people killed by the Illuminati, with information about of each death and sacrifice. The Illuminati is a secret society that is rumored to control all world events. The Illuminati
and members of their organization are especially influential in the entertainment industry. It is alleged that members must make a blood sacrifice to the clan in order to gain fame and reach higher ranks. Many famous people have allegedly been killed by the Illuminati for failure to comply with the plan. Still others were killed as part of one of these Illuminati blood sacrifices and for the greater good of the organization. These illuminati sacrifices are very hard to prove, so we will present the facts and it will be up to you whether you want to believe them or not.
Who is the most famous person who was killed by the Illuminati? There is record of many celebrities speaking about the Illuminati
, and Michael Jackson tops our list of people who paid the ultimate price. The “Thriller” singer died on June 25, 2009, just days before his comeback concerts were scheduled to take place in London. Jackson is thought to have been a member of the Illuminati, until he started speaking out against them and joining a growing list of Anti-Illuminati celebrities. Before his death, Jackson began to speak out against the powers that be and their need to control everything in the music industry. He also stated that there was a conspiracy to defame him by labeling him a "freak" and a "child molester." Michael's sister, La Toya Jackson, said that her brother frequently talked about how "they were trying to kill him."
Several influential men were killed by the Illuminati in the 1960s, including many American politicians who are alleged Illuminati members
. John F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King, Jr., Malcolm X, and Robert F. Kennedy were all shot by lone gunmen under mysterious circumstances. Illuminati sacrifice or just a coincidence? We may never know.
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