Throughout history, whenever any member of the Real Illuminati® revealed his or her true identity, that member was eventually killed or exiled. No historical record exists that accurately identifies and presents the facts and events of any individual member. However, some of history’s most notable characters belonged to the Real Illuminati®. The public historical “facts” about any member’s actual existence are dubious (debatable) and uncertain.
One of the most notable members of the Real Illuminati® was a Roman citizen named Inpendius (born October 4, 88 BCE in Palestine [modern-day Israel] and killed April 6, 54 BCE, also in Palestine). A few of Inpendius’ actual life experiences are mentioned as those of the “teacher of righteousness” in the “Damascus Document” of the Dead Sea Scrolls, discovered in the modern state of Jordan in 1946.
The Real Illuminati® led a young boy to the Qumran Caves, where the documents were discovered. The Real Illuminati® were responsible for writing the scrolls and hiding them in the caves so that the records would not be discovered until its members wanted the documents to be discovered for a wise purpose. This purpose was to prove the existence of Inpendius, upon whose life the traditional, mythological, and historical stories about Jesus Christ were based.