The website www.iIlluminati-news.com or the Divine Digest is a well written, well researched site authored by a man named Wes Penre. A former secret society member he composes a few questions and answers about the universe, what put us here and also delves deeply into conspiracies.
Interestingly he does not force his beliefs on readers, leaving them to make their own decisions on such theories as a higher race, secret societies, media control and a New World Order.
With many related links and in-depth topics covering concepts and the research behind it, this site can only fuel the brain to question sometimes obvious 'truths' and form valid opinions about them.
The site offers guest writers and articles from other points of view, solutions to the world's blatantly clear problems and ways for the visitor to help.
Incredibly well written and drawing inspiration from such controversial figures as David Icke and Jon Vialls, illuminati-news brings across opinions about micro-chipping and art and music mind control. A wonderful site for those believing there is more to this life than just the usual belief systems, the illuminati-news is based on the belief that there is a higher order named the Illuminati or the Moriah Conquering Wind who hold great power by controlling governments, media and even wars. The main belief is that the Illuminati stem from 13 powerful interbreeding families who maintain their power through public organizations and fronts such as film production companies and even charities. These 13 families are incredibly rich and include names such as Kennedy, Onnassis and Rockerfeller.
These families' most important goal is to have ultimate control over the world, by systematically and secretly breaking down society until all forms of public power has been eradicated. This is supposedly going to occur by the year 2012.
However this site is an in-depth study into an ongoing controversy and ultimately the reader must come to his own conclusions. Never-the-less this well set up site makes for easy viewing and active thinking.