The majority of computers in use
today use Microsoft system software, and those that do not
often run applications from Microsoft. However, few
people know the true story behind the rise of Microsoft
and even fewer suspect the terrible cosmic secrets that are
concealed beneath the facade of a successful software company.
On page 78, the second paragraph starts with the sentence,
The term "controlling unknown" is
a very interesting choice of words. It is not the most intuitively
obvious term for what it is describing (a base class used for
implementing an object-oriented data exchange/embedding system).
These included the Strict Observance Masonic lodge, whose members were sometimes referred to as "illuminati", and which had some connection with Adam Weishaupt’s order.
superiors" is a term that refers to non-corporeal or
superhuman agencies in command of secret societies or mystery cults.
Such an agency is frequently known as the "inner head"
of an order of organization, as opposed to the outer head, who is
Five is a decidedly odd number for such an application, being neither a power of two nor one less than a power of two, but let us not forget Adam Weishaupt’s discovery of the Law of Fives in the Necronomicon *.
Some sources claim that the copy of
The Necronomicon which
Adam Weishaupt owned was the von Junzt German
translation; this, however, is unlikely, as von Junzt lived
in the nineteenth century. The Necronomicon involved
was probably either Olaus Wormius' Latin edition or the
original Arabic, as the details of the illustrations would attest.
No maps of the entire facility are known to exist. Some Microsoft employees put the estimate at six or three. An article in an Australian newspaper has claimed that there are 22 buildings. That is partly true; however, there is another building, hidden from the public and even from most Microsoft employees.
twenty-third building, or Building 7, is
pentagonal in shape; its exact location is known only to five
people (of whom Bill Gates may be one), however it is
believed that the building is accessible from elsewhere in the Microsoft campus by a secret passage.
The identity of the Outer Head is unknown.
Bill Gates may be the Outer Head, a high
initiate of the conspiracy or just a figurehead whose purpose it is
to divert attention.
The following day, one of these five men proclaimed the foundation
of the Ancient Illuminated Seers of Bavaria, using the
name "Adam Weishaupt", which means "the first man to know
Their contacts with the Unknown Superiors continued in specially constructed buildings, originally in Germany but later in Washington.
During the 1920s and 1930s there occurred a potential problem; a young writer named Howard Phillips Lovecraft published many stories which contained allegories to Illuminated history (for example, Joseph Curwen’s invocation of "Yogge-Sothothe" in an underground complex in the 18th century).
It is believed that Lovecraft’s father was a Grand Orient Freemason. The Illuminati, however, persuaded Lovecraft to join their cause and faked his death in 1937 (Have you ever wondered why his grave is not marked?)
Another incident occurred on October
21, 1967, when occultists attempted to "raise" the
Pentagon; they were given permission to approach it but
prevented from completely encircling it. However, in 1975, a crisis
developed that threatened the very foundation of the
The book was called
That year, Microsoft Corporation was founded.
There is a recurring legend about a device in the form of a human head which could answer yes/no questions (some link this device to the Knights Templar and their god Baphomet; others claim that Pope Sylvester, who lived in the tenth century, brought such an object back from India, where he met the "Nine Unknown Men").
This device is extremely suggestive of a computer
of some sort, and if it did exist in anything more than hermetic
allegory, it could not have been manufactured by any human
civilization of the time whose existence is known. Hence, the
Illuminati decided to use a computer company as a front.
Apart from being the name of a magician in Aleister Crowley’s novel, "Moonchild", Gates is a reference to the Unknown Superior and the gateway between ordinary reality and the Invisible World; Lovecraft himself referred to Yog-Sothoth as "the Gateless Gate".
By the same token, IBM can be said to stand not for "International Business Machines" but rather for "Iacobus Burgundus Molensis", or Jacques de Molay, the last overt Grand Master of the Knights Templar, whose name was borrowed by the Bavarian Illuminati for one of their ciphers.
One must also not forget that a Microsoft network administration tool currently under development is named Hermes, after the god of alchemy, and that a line in Umberto Eco’s novel, Foucault's Pendulum reads, quite clearly, "Microsoft-Hermes".