Illuminati human blood sacrifice rituals and secret society mind control practices are explained in detail by author Fritz Springmeier. He also delves into the role the CIA played in mind control in its program known as MKUltra - which Springmeier said was influenced from the top by people involved with the Illuminati. The power structure of the secret society is also discussed, as are its tactics used to lure people to the movement. How the Illuminati uses the media to influence the masses made pacts with demonic forces are covered in this uncensored Buzzsaw interview hosted by Sean Stone.
Fritz Springmeier was born in 1955 in Kansas and now lives in Portland, Oregon. He considers himself a born-again Christian with no denominational affiliation. Fritz is best known for a series of seven books exposing the who, what, how, where and when of the mother of secret societies, the Illuminati. Since 1990, he has been exposing the New World Order through books, articles, public talks and radio interviews.
EPISODE BREAKDOWN: 00:00 Welcome to Buzzsaw with Fritz Springmeier, Author and Speaker. 01:11 Are the blood sacrifice rituals used to consolidate power through demonic energy? 02:50 Were the former mind control victims that Springmeier met possessed at some point? 04:14 Is the Illuminati behind the MK Ultra project? 08:24 Does the Illuminati use the media to guide and control society? 10:00 How does someone escape being in the Illuminati? 12:12 What is the end game for the Illuminati? 14:40 Why does the Illuminati have to be so evil and does it have to do with the demon pacts? 17:50 What is the nature of the deals made with demonic forces? 20:00 Have the people who witnessed the rituals told Springmeier that they saw demons? 21:26 Has he spoken to anyone about tracing their family lineage to extraterrestrial entities? 23:55 Are their reptilians and shape shifters in the Illuminati families? 25:45 Is it a hopeless battle to break away from the Illuminati and its evil? 27:00 When did Springmeier first realize the conspiracy at hand? 30:00 Has there been a noticeable change because of the Internet and the accessibility of information? 31:41 Even with the dissemination of information will people be complacent or push against it. 33:20 What has been the most trying aspect of Springmeier’s work? 36:10 Springmeier talks about the book he’s working on next. 37:25 Thank you and goodbye