The Illuminati Vow of Silence
February 17, 2011
by William Ramsey
To understand the New World Order, we
must examine the secretive culture that gave rise to it. Forged in the occult
and socialized in elite clubs, the doctrine of secrecy is essential to the
exercise and preservation of power and influence. This doctrine of silence is
not a recent invention; its provenance reaches back into past civilizations.
The Egyptians had their own God of Silence: Haar-Poor-Kraat, a god-form of
Horus. This god-form has always been depicted with the right hand placed toward
the mouth with one finger over the lips in a gesture of silence.
The Greeks had their own God of Silence as well: Harpocrates, a version of the
Egyptian God of Silence. This god-form was similarly depicted as his Egyptian
counterpart, with the right hand placed toward the mouth and one finger over the
lips in a gesture of silence.
THE HELLFIRE CLUB (1752-1766)
In the late 18th Century, Sir Francis Dashwood organized an elite group of
English Lords and other elites for drink and debauchery in the English
countryside. Sir Francis's club was never originally known as a Hellfire Club;
it was given this name much later.
His club used a number of other names, such as the Brotherhood of St. Francis of
Wycombe, Order of Knights of West Wycombe, The Order of the Friars of St Francis
of Wycombe and later, after moving their meetings to Medmenham Abbey, they
became the Monks or Friars of Medmenham.
The first meeting at Sir Francis's family home in West Wycombe was held on
Walpurgisnacht, an important day for occultists. In 1751, Dashwood leased
Medmenham Abbey on the Thames River.
Underneath the Abbey, Dashwood had an intricate series of caves carved out from
the soft chalk hill. At night, disguised revelers journeyed by boat up the
Thames to the Hellfire caverns.
The Club was decorated with mythological themes, phallic symbols and other items
of a sexual nature. The motto "fait ce que voudras, or "do what thou wilt" was
placed above a doorway in stained glass.
The axiom "do what thou wilt was derived from the French playwright Rabelais,
who defined a community of individuals who dedicated their lives to personal
their life was regulated not by laws, statutes or rules, but according to their
free will and pleasure. They rose from bed when they pleased, and drank, ate,
worked and slept when the fancy seized them. Nobody woke them; nobody compelled
them either to eat or to drink, or to do anything else whatever... In their
rules there was only one clause: do what thou wilt.
The doctrine of silence was emphasized at the Hellfire Club: Dashwood
definitely created an ancient Egyptian-Graeco-Roman theme for the club. The
visitor to Medmenham was welcomed by a statue of Harpocrates, as well as of his
female equivalent, the goddess Angerona. They seem to be there to remind the
members that they are required to be silent about what goes on inside.
The black magician Aleister Crowley (1875-1947), the foremost occultist of the
early 20th century, adapted the theme of "do what thou wilt" and the doctrine of
silence into the structure of a new religion.
A wealthy, Cambridge-educated world traveler, Crowley (rhymes with holy)
associated with the artistic and cultural luminaries of his era, including such
noted figures as Ernest Hemingway, W. B. Yeats and H. L. Mencken.
committed to the transformation and illumination of the entire world, Crowley
wrote books detailing his vision of the ideal society: the strong over the weak,
the maintenance of a patriarchal aristocracy ruling over a slave state, and the
Darwinian killing of the unfit.
According to the Beast, a small elite must rule over the masses: "You will
observe that I am advocating an aristocratic revolution. And so I am!"
Most of Crowley's evil doctrines have been kept secret in the past through
initiation requirements in satanic lodges. Crowley emphasized the doctrine of
silence, as seen below in full magical garb making the stance and gesture of
SKULL AND BONES
In the middle of the Yale University campus rests a nearly windowless
Greco-Egyptian building with imposing iron doors. This is the home of America's
infamous secret society---Skull and Bones, founded in 1832. In the interior
atrium of the building is a font with two skeletons with their hands over their
lips in the gesture of silence. Thus, the theme of silence has continued
through generations of initiated Bonesmen.
Inside of the Atrium of the Skull and Bones Tomb, Two skeletons over a
ceremonial font make the Sign of Silence.
BOHEMIAN CLUB, BOHEMIAN GROVE
A modern "Hellfire Club" exists in the United States, called the Bohemian Club.
Located in San Francisco, California, the club convenes an annual all-male
gathering in the Bohemian Grove redwoods of Sonoma County, located north of San
Francisco. Drunkenness and debauchery similar to the 18th Century Hellfire
Clubs take place there for two weeks every year.
patron saint of the gathering is St. John of Nepomuk, (left) who was reputedly
thrown into a river and drowned because he would not reveal the secret
confessions of his parishioners to the Bohemian queen. A prominent statue of
the Eastern European saint is located in Prague (see below).
The Bohemian Club members have distorted the saintliness of John of Nepomuk for
their own purposes. The perverted statue of John of Nepomuk making the sign of
silence guards the library room in the Bohemian Club building in San Francisco.
During Bohemian Grove meetings in the woods, the statue of John of Nepomuk
making the occult gesture of silence is carefully transported from the Club in
San Francisco to a hallowed tree near the center of the wooded Grove.
Apparently, meetings are held around the statue and attendees are reminded of
the need for discretion while attending Grove revelries.
this article demonstrates, the doctrine of silence pervades Western occult
groups and their practices. The importance of silence in the elite stretches
from ancient Egypt to current pagan and occult influenced secret societies.
Members of these furtive groups emphasize silence to prevent curious
individuals excluded from these secret societies from easily determining their
Furthermore, important personal and business connections remain undisclosed to
the public by individuals committed to a code of silence. This silence ensures
the preservation of power and influence by individuals involved in these secret
societies and secret arrangements. This code of silence operates as a hidden
cancer in any society, and must be exposed to ensure transparent and equitable
political and business arrangements.
To Be Continued. . . . .
 François Rabelais, The Histories of Gargantua and Pantagruel, trans. J. M.
Cohen (Penguin, 1955). 1.
 Crowley, Aleister, and Israel Regardie. Magick without Tears. Tempe, AZ: New
Falcon Publications, 1994. 438. Print
Julius "Groucho" Marx said his brother "Harpo" took the his stage name
from Harpocrates, the Greek god of both silence "childish joy". It was a private
joke, since the public assumed it was Harpo because he played the harp in all
[Source; Arthur "Harpo" Marx biography; by Rowland Barber (1988). 'Harpo
Speaks!'. New York, NY: Limelight Editions. ISBN 0879100362.]
The hand to mouth sign of Haar-Po-Kraat is also one of Lady Gaga's stock
gestures, as the scene in the music video "Paparazzi" the moment after she
poisons her boyfriend. That gives one context to the Illuminati use of the