The principle of God and Satan
Faith is belief in something that cannot be proven. span>
Most religious beliefs are based on information received from an outside source that cannot be verified, sometimes known as hearsay. Millions will follow the commands of a religious text without ever having spoken to its author, and billions will believe in a deity because of miracles told to them by someone who wasn’t even present or alive at the time. But to denounce the faith is sheer madness. Faith is not limited to religious believers. While not even the most devout pontiff can provide irrefutable evidence for their god’s existence, neither can the scientist who claims that no deity resides in the universe. Both rely on their own faith to explain things they will never understand. There is no proof of God. There is also no proof that God does not exist. If science cannot definitively prove that God does not exist, then science has no choice but to accept the possibility of a god.
The deepest doubt builds the strongest faith.
The religious foundation of the Illuminati is based on this universal conundrum of faith and doubt. We don’t question whether or not a god exists, but we focus on the betterment of humans living on this planet. Our decisions are made from the study of data and evidence, factors that can be easily changed by an omniscient creature to guide our actions and the future of humanity.
Be careful who uses our name.
For decades, multitudes of individuals have operated under the name of the Illuminati: their deception darkens public perception of our organization, leading many citizens to believe that our command is committing crimes. For anyone to claim that the Illuminati is affiliated with a religious belief, be it God or Satan, Baphomet or Baal, undermines the very purpose of our independence from human divisions. We do not accept or deny any deity and do not consider any deity superior to another. We operate solely for the benefit of the human species entrusted to protect us. Even more egregious rumors have been attributed to our organization, including human sacrifice and violent rituals. While our individual members may serve any deity they choose, the Illuminati as a whole is dedicated only to the preservation of the human species. Therefore, human sacrifice or any practice that does not serve the betterment of humanity goes against everything we stand for and is therefore prohibited.
Does there have to be a god for you to do the right thing? p>
Would an omniscient, omniscient, omnipotent god care what name was used in his worship? Would a god ordain the evil of another when his justice can be done without his help? Simply do what is right and good for the benefit of your kind, and whatever higher power exists will reward you for your stewardship.