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  1. 05/11/2021 · Ernst VON BAVARIA is geboren in het jaar 1373 in München, München, Oberbayern, Germany, zoon van Johann VON BAVARIA en Catherina VON GORIZIA. Hij is getrouwd op 26 januari 1395 in Pfaffenhofen an der Ilm, Pfaffenhofen an der Ilm, Bayern, Germany met Elizabeth VISCONTI, ze kregen 4 kinderen. Hij is overleden op 2 juli 1438 in München, Oberbayern, Germany. Deze informatie is onderdeel van ...

  2. 18/11/2021 · Lower Bavaria 1347–1353: Elisabeth of Sicily 1309–1349: John I the Child 1329–1339–1340: Anna of Bavaria 1326–1361: Louis X the Roman 1328–1347–1353–1365: Albert I 1336–1353–1404 Lower Bavaria 1347–1353: Margaret of Brzeg 1342–1386: Albert IV of Austria 1377–1404: Rupert II of the Palatinate 1325–1398: Meinhard 1344–1361–1363: Taddea Visconti

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  4. 30/10/2021 · Maximilian Ernst of Habsburg was born on November 17, 1583 in Graz, Graz Stadt, Styria (Steiermark), Austria, son of Charles Karl II of Inner Austria and Maria Anna Von Wittlesbach of Bavaria Archduchess of Austria van Beieren Maria Anna of Bavaria. He died on February 18, 1616 in Graz, Graz Stadt, Styria (Steiermark), Austria. This information is part of Fermin de la Fuente III, descendant ...

  5. 07/11/2021 · Saxe-Coburg (German: Sachsen-Coburg) was a duchy held by the Ernestine branch of the Wettin dynasty in today’s Bavaria, Germany. Where did the name Saxe-Coburg come from? The dynastic name Saxe-Coburg-Gotha (German: Sachsen-Coburg-Gotha, or Sachsen-Coburg und Gotha) was that of Victoria’s German-born husband, Albert, prince consort of Great Britain and Ireland.

  6. 12/11/2021 · The history of the Illuminati dates back to the late 18 th century, when the Bavarian Illuminati was founded by Johann Adam Weishaupt in the Electorate of Bavaria. Adam Weishaupt was a professor of Canon Law and practical philosophy, who became a non-clerical professor in the Jesuits, an order that was dissolved by Pope Clement XIV in 1773 with the issuing of the papal brief Dominus ac Redemptor.

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    Adam Weishaupt was born on 6 February 1748 in Ingolstadt in the Electorate of Bavaria. Weishaupt's father Johann Georg Weishaupt (1717–1753) died when Adam was five years old. After his father's death he came under the tutelage of his godfather Johann Adam Freiherr von Ickstatt who, like his father, was a professor of law at the University of Ingolstadt. Ickstatt was a proponent of the philosophy of Christian Wolff and of theEnlightenment, and he influenced the young Weishaupt with his rationalism. Weishaupt began his formal education at age seven at a Jesuit school. He later enrolled at the University of Ingolstadt and graduated in 1768 at age 20 with a doctorate of law. In 1772 he became a professor of law. The following year he married Afra Sausenhofer of Eichstätt. After Pope Clement XIV’s suppression of the Society of Jesus in 1773, Weishaupt became a professor of canon law, a position that was held exclusively by the Jesuits until that time. In 1775 Weishaupt was introduced to...

    On 1 May 1776 Weishaupt formed the "Order of Perfectibilists". He adopted the name of "Brother Spartacus" within the order. Although the Order was not egalitarian or democratic internally, it sought to promote the doctrines of equality and freedom throughout society. The actual character of the society was an elaborate network of spies and counter-spies. Each isolated cell of initiates reported to a superior, whom they did not know, a party structure that was effectively adopted by some later groups. Weishaupt was initiated into the Masonic Lodge "Theodor zum guten Rath", at Munich in 1777. His project of "illumination, enlightening the understanding by the sun of reason, which will dispel the clouds of superstition and of prejudice" was an unwelcome reform. Soon however he had developed gnostic mysteries of his own, with the goal of "perfecting human nature" through re-education to achieve a communal state with nature, freed of government and organized religion. He began working to...

    He received the assistance of Duke Ernest II of Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg (1745–1804), and lived in Gotha writing a series of works on illuminism, including A Complete History of the Persecutions of the Illuminati in Bavaria (1785), A Picture of Illuminism (1786), An Apology for the Illuminati (1786), and An Improved System of Illuminism(1787). Adam Weishaupt died in Gotha on 18 November 1830. He was survived by his second wife, Anna Maria (née Sausenhofer), and his children Nanette, Charlotte, Ernst, Karl, Eduard, and Alfred. Weishaupt was buried next to his son Wilhelm who preceded him in death in 1802. After Weishaupt's Order of the Illuminati was banned and its members dispersed, it left behind no enduring traces of an influence, not even on its own erstwhile members, who went on in the future to develop in quite different directions.

    Adam Weishaupt is referred to repeatedly in The Illuminatus! Trilogy, written by Robert Shea and Robert Anton Wilson, as the founder of the Bavarian Illuminati and as an imposter who killed George Washington and took his place as the first president of the United States. Washington's portrait on the U.S. one-dollar bill is said to actually be Weishaupt's. Another version of Adam Weishaupt appears in the extensive comic book novel Cerebus the Aardvark by Dave Sim, as a combination of Weishaupt and George Washington. He appears primarily in the Cerebus and Church & State Ivolumes. His motives are republicanconfederalizing of city-states in Estarcion (a pseudo-Europe) and the accumulation of capital unencumbered by government or church. Weishaupt's name is one of many references made to the Illuminati and other conspiracies in the 2000 PC game Deus Ex. During JC Denton's escape from Versalife labs in Hong Kong, he recovers a virus engineered with the molecular structure in multiples of...