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The Secret World – The Cabals

September 6, 2009

As I continue to study my notes, and investigate the Washington Monument, I have received new information on the various “Cabals” within the Secret World.

For those who may not know, a Cabal is “a group of people which meets for the purpose of plotting something which is typically illegal or simply evil. Cabals have obviously been a part of human society for thousands of years, working behind the scenes to perform various political and social intrigues” (Source).

Now of course, this may be a bit of a misnomer, as not all Cabals are “evil” per se, but may mean something more. They of course work in the backgrounds of society, so for this, it is true.

If things are hidden from our eyes and our first assumption is to think “Evil”, so be it. But, this is why we may see such wording as the above description..

A person with inside information has led us to data on the Cabals housing. It seems each faction within our Secret World have a place of power, and as such, follow certain “guidelines” in the construction of these…lets call them “Safe houses”.

This source has sent me photos of these “houses” with risk to their own lives..



The housing for the Illuminati totally matches their culture. Parties, drugs, sex, rock and roll. Truly bad boys without a care in the world.


Using old and abandoned warehouses? Seems to make sense within their lifestyle.



A more refined space. Templars have been known to have the means to afford such structures. But, if we look upon the housing, we notice an almost “strict” guideline as well as a political agenda to their buildings.


Pomp and circumstance comes to mind when viewing this structure.



We of course first see the cultural influence of this structure…but, even more. I can feel the power from this building as I gaze upon it. As well, it seems so “hidden” away from all of society.


The most innocent, yet most devious of structures.


Now, I must return to the construct before me. The monuments power speaks to me, and I fear if I stay too long, I may be found out.

3 Comments leave one →
  1. September 6, 2009 1:22 pm

    Not all Templars like to wear our crest on our sleeve. What you have pictured there, though a very nice piece of architecture, isn’t for everyone. Some of us try to keep a more minimalist tone. Here’s my living room. There is no pomp to be had.

  2. September 6, 2009 1:40 pm

    I agree in that maybe the Templar is NOT one for “worldly” goods, but instead require a rigid standard…a more strict code leading to a minimalistic approach.

    Thus, the battle for good and decency does not leave much time to sit “around” the homestead eh?

    Thank you for sharing

  3. bojax permalink
    October 13, 2009 12:32 am

    “i may be found out” you are a NUT BAR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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