Has any good secret society infiltrated the bad secret societies? Share | 0x6a656666 posted:3/29/2010 8:21:21 AM I haven't found anything on the net about this, other than wars between secrets societies that Benjamin Fulford has been writing about. It could just be wishful thinking, though.a1kemi posted:4/1/2010 7:09:56 AM This is also a fantasy of mine. I never found anything but then I was looking for evidence that the "good" secret societies survived the corruption of their outer circles that became more prominent and well known. I never found evidence of that model either :(I have a feeling that the nature of "good societies" is corrupted by formal organisation and that they arise and disappear spontaniously, inspiring eachother over the span of decades or centuries. Depressing if your looking for good secret societies, encouraging when you considder that an organisation without a formal hierarchy can't be destroyed.I'm still keen to hear more about what Fulford was writing about. I'll check it out but no good news from me I'm afraid.tapuout4985 posted:5/10/2010 2:12:24 PM I don't think any society is inherently good or bad because no single person is inherently good or bad. I might start a society that I view as being the pinnacle of goodness and purity, and to someone else it could be the embodiment of evil. As simple as we would like the idea to be, good and evil isn't simple. I think that from their own perspective most societies think they are doing good, but evil will always try to manipulate that which is good. Chriswin2010 posted:5/11/2010 12:38:31 AM The only one I know of is the ELF lol... they are apparently a secret "good" society that sabotage oil companies and they have successfully destroyed homes of wealthy oil company owners.tapuout4985 posted:5/11/2010 9:04:21 AM Perfect example. The ELF, and ALF, believe they are defenders of the environment and are on some divine quest to save the world. However, for the most part they are just arsonists and vandals. The ELF believes they are good, their wide range of victims and the FBI believe they are bad. To quote Batman, "It's not who we are, but our actions that define us." All but the most special of people is capable of great violence in the defense of even the most benign beliefs.spiritech0 posted:5/11/2010 2:22:15 PM Non-Serious Answer: Uhm... The Black Monday Society?Serious Answer: "God's army". You've heard of the concept. God knows every cunning move of the bad guys, and God'll punish them accordingly for thinking they got away with it in their mortal lifetime.I wish the bad guy's kids weren't so dumb and at least purify the water... or izzat God's thing to do? We'll see....tapuout4985 posted:5/11/2010 4:49:22 PM You know, for a non-serious answer the Black Monday Sociey isn't a bad choice. They haven't really infiltrated any "bad society", but they are out there trying to help people. I figure guys who are out doing little things to help all while having fun with it and being entertaining are about as close as we can get to a true good secret society. Chriswin2010 posted:5/12/2010 2:52:14 AM I think UFO's disarming missile launches in clear view falls into this category...tapuout4985 posted:5/12/2010 12:05:26 PM But are they disarming missle launches so that we don't use them on each other, or are they disarming missle launches so we don't use them against the UFOs? We may never know...Chriswin2010 posted:5/13/2010 7:04:16 PM lol good point, we could have been accidentally aiming at one of their moon colonies...Chriswin2010 posted:5/13/2010 7:05:12 PM I've always though about how funny it would be to scatter high power lasers into space to see if we burn anythings eyes out lol...FranzDages posted:5/13/2010 9:22:59 PM In Reply To:Chriswin2010 posted:5/13/2010 7:05:12 PM I've always though about how funny it would be to scatter high power lasers into space to see if we burn anythings eyes out lol...Yeah, funny until they come down here and kick our b>>ts. Please log in or become a member to add a post.