(The following article is a chapter from the book Final Warning: A History of the New World Order by David Allen Rivera)

The fraternity known as Phi-Beta-Kappa was organized in 1776 by students at the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia (the second oldest in the country, founded in 1694), as a secret debating club. It was later infiltrated, and used to introduce Illuminati principles to America.

Their name was derived from their Greek password and motto, "Philosophia Biou Kuberuetes," which means, "Philosophy is the Guide of Life." Open only to university students, their goal was to make philosophy, not religion, the guiding principle of man's actions. They had secret hand signals and handshakes up to 1830, when it was reorganized and changed from a social organization, to an honorary society for upper classmen with high scholastic standing.

During the 1700's, when it looked as through the fraternity would fold, one of its members, Elisha Parmele, received a grant to establish chapters at Yale in 1780, and in Harvard in 1781. They later grew to have chapters on 184 campuses.


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