Isaac Weishaupt on Women in the Illuminati & Feminism

I was given the opportunity to speak with VICE Broadly journalist Sirin Kale and she subsequently posted our talk on Broadly.VICE.com.

It was an interesting topic (and somewhat humorous & cheeky- which I believe was the intent of the article). I believe I was able to successfully relay the seriousness of the subject when it comes to women’s role in the “Illuminati.”

This role seems to be one of subjugation and forced channeling of entities and spirits- particularly of the goddess archetype.

From Adolf Hitler’s VRIL alien channeling with Maria Orsic, to Jack Parsons’ channeling of the Scarlet Woman, to Beyonce’s claim of channeling Sasha Fierce; it’s all related…

Check out our discussion at Broadly.VICE.com!

Check out the article HERE

 

Thanks for reading!

-Isaac

 

isaac-weishaupt-profile-2Website publisher of IlluminatiWatcher.com, author, and independent researcher; Isaac Weishaupt has been on the leading edge of conspiracy theories surrounding the elusive “Illuminati” and its infiltration of the entertainment industry. Using examples of familiar pop culture and works of entertainment, Isaac has been speaking and writing about the occult from a unique perspective that seeks to understand the big agenda while helping others along the way.

Isaac has been a featured guest on Dave Navarro’s “Dark Matter Radio,” Richard C. Hoagland’s “Other Side of Midnight”, SIRIUS/XM’s The All Out Show, The HigherSide Chats, Freeman Fly’s “The Free Zone”, Mark Devlin’s “Good Vibrations”, COMPLEX Magazine, and many more radio shows and podcasts. His fresh perspective and openly admitted imperfections promotes the rational approach to exploring these taboo subjects and conspiracy theories.

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  1. Hi, Isaac.

    Why did the reporter ask you about being Anti-Semitic?. I did not get it, I mean, why it had to be part of the interview?….

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  2. Hello Isaac! First I want to say I’m a longtime reader/listener (and will continue to be), I’ve even spoke with you through email commending your work.

    I must say though, this is one of the most troubling things I’ve seen on your website.

    First, it was disheartening the way Vice seemed to be simultaneously making a mockery of a very real thing, and advocating for more women in a group that shouldn’t exist. Vice is a site I take great issue with as it is, because like Buzzfeed, it plays into the current divisive agenda with buzzword laden articles lacking facts and fueling hate. They do this under the guise of “equality”, but seem to be seeking out anything but. This is how a lot of news outlets controlled or influenced by the elite work.

    Second, as a black woman I really am tired of feminism being presented as a good thing. All too quickly we forget it’s racist, classist roots which is convenient for them. To this day women of color and lower class women get left out of the movement or pushed to the back (quite literally in the original days). However, this is glossed over under all the glitzy “girl power” and “free the nipple” messages. Meanwhile, everyday women are struggling with real problems that don’t fit neatly into Tumblr packages. You don’t have to be a feminist to see, or suffer from this. Not to mention when it comes to agendas like the NOW which will affect us all in terrible ways, what good does it do to run around victimizing groups (that the “elite” are sectioning off with various divisive agendas), vs. empowering everyone against the source of all problems and true enemy?

    This leads me into my next point. It would be amazing if people would quit perpetrating the myth that you must be a feminist to believe in equal rights for women. Due to my experiences with the movement, I actually identify as anti-feminist and an egalitarian. I certainly don’t advocate for my gender being pushed to second class status, I just don’t follow a snake disguised as an angel. If you look at feminism’s origins, the Suffragette movement, you can find women who were rich and held ideals that may sound familiar to you. Take for instance Margaret Sanger, she believed in eugenics much the way Hitler did (probably for the same occult reasons too), she was just slightly covert about it. She spoke openly about her hatred for black people and hoped normalizing/legalizing abortions would wipe us out. This is just one of many hateful women who spawned this movement, and are still celebrated today. Remember when I mentioned above how the elite plant movements that are seemingly about progress, and then fight for anything but? The Feminist movement is just that. I think it should also be noted that if these women were the men of their day (rich, exclusive, evil, etc.), they would be considered members of the “elite” or “Illuminati”. Is it a stretch these women were tied up in that realm as well? I don’t think so.

    I also wanted to touch on what you said about if there were more women in the Illuminati would they be less violent. 1.) We don’t truly know how many men vs. women there are, because what we see on average are the puppets, not the controllers. The bloodlines and higher ups are often hidden. There very well could be more women than we even know about. 2.) The Illuminati is governed by Satan, and they fulfill his goals/wishes. Would it really matter who’s in it, so long as they’re doing his will? His will is violent and destructive as we’ve been told in the bible, and see around us every day.
    That answer contributes to the divisiveness amongst men and women. It’s also a myth that women are less violent than men, and actually plays into the sexist trope of women being dainty little lambs.

    I don’t want to tell you how to run your site or spread your message so forgive me if I come off as controlling. I’m just disappointed when I see people who are awake feed into the system. It’s like sending people to the polls knowing good and well the political system is sewed up like a shirt.
    Anyways, I wish you well and hope your journey continues to inspire and wake up society. – Noir Knowledge

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  3. Hi Isaac,

    A few days ago, I saw a movie called The Neon Demon (definitely a lot of symbolism). In case you go through it, I’d like to point out some symbolism such as:

    – The “All-Seeing eye” when the main character (Jesse) looks at Keanu Reeves outside
    – The blue symbol with 3 triangles (I call it “the reversed Triforce” because it looks like the one on the famous game, The Legend of Zelda)
    – The “All-Seeing Eye haircut” from the girl who… “ate” the main character while she talks to the other model about the business and the fact that she ate Jesse around the end of the movie
    – The fact that the last piece she ate was actually Jesse’s eye (which is quite disgusting…)
    – The whole idea about women’s beauty and “perfection” worshipped like they’re some sort of goddesses
    – The fact that the main antagonists took a bath with Jesse’s blood after they ate her, it is like they wash themselves with her purity (you will see more on Wikipedia). It is something David Icke talked about with human sacrifices and energy absorption.

    (Sorry to re-send the comment once again, I got the wrong article before. This is the right one. Please delete the one I sent before if you can).

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