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Adam Weishaupt is briefly mentioned in Umberto Eco’s novel The Prague Cemetery.

The Illuminati (The Illuminati Series Book 1)

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  • Adam Weishaupt is also mentioned (" got a to talk to Adam Weishaupt") by the New York rapper in 's "Accidents Don't Happen", the ninth track on his album (2002).

    Weishaupt's name is one of many references made to the and other conspiracies in the video game (2000). The protagonist uncovers a virus engineered by the VersaLife Corporation with its molecular structure in multiples of . An ally of the protagonist notes "1723. The birth of Adam Weishaupt" even though this reference is actually incorrect as Weishaupt was born in 1748.[]

  • What Weishaupt set in motion during his lifetime continues to this day. Two ways we can know how extremely effective Weishaupt was at his job: 1- attention is always focused upon Adam Weishaupt–and not on his shadowy string-pullers; and, 2- likewise, attention is focused on the Illuminati, not on its behind-the-curtain beneficiaries.

    Another version of Adam Weishaupt appears in the extensive comic book novel by , as a combination of Weishaupt and George Washington. He appears primarily in the and volumes. His motives are confederalizing of city-states in Estarcion (a pseudo-Europe) and the accumulation of capital unencumbered by government or church.

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    Adam Weishaupt
    German philosopher and founder of the Order of Illuminati
    • Johann Adam Weishaupt

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    Adam Weishaupt
    BornJohann Adam Weishaupt
    (1748-02-06)6 February 1748
    Ingolstadt, Bavaria
    Died18 November 1830(1830-11-18) (aged 82)
    Gotha, Saxe-Coburg-Gotha
    EraEnlightenment era
    RegionWestern Philosophy
    SchoolEmpiricism
    Main interests
    Epistemology, Metaphysics, Ethics

    Johann Adam Weishaupt (February 6, 1748 in – November 18, 1830 in ) was a philosopher and founder of the , a secret society with origins in . Some have claimed that he was an , but this is not certain. He used the pseudonym during the time of his subversive activities.

[…] ADAM WEISHAUPT: 7 QUOTES from the Founder of the Illuminati […]

The United States was the device to be used to bring the Illuminati into public acceptance. Current Illuminati members believe that Adam Weishaupt was a look-alike for George Washington, and it is actually Weishaupts image that appears on the one-dollar bill.