One of the greatest deceptions society consistently pushes onto its people is History. This is true regardless of the topic in
Famous scientists which have carved our society into what it is today are no exception. Their lives and achievements have been carefully written down in modern academia to compliment them, anything dark or sinister relating to these people are conveniently left out of the narrative.
Pythagoras of Samos
Pythagoras was an ancient Ionian Greek philosopher and the eponymous founder of Pythagoreanism. Most people will know him purely from Math lessons and his infamous Pythagorean theorem, but that is generally where peoples knowledge of this man finish.
Pythagoras was in fact a man awash with mystery and secrecy, in fact he believed that knowledge itself should be kept from the masses and carefully passed down through secret societies.
His obsession for numbers formed
Pythagoras was worshipped like a god by his followers and looked upon like a madman by almost everyone else. Its reported that he had his house burnt down and was chased out of town on multiple occasions for his scary obsession with numbers and their connection to the very fabric of the universe.
Some believe that Pythagoras was one of the first known figures to develop a globalist viewpoint, believing a small minority of people should rule over the Worlds population to ensure the best possible outcome for everyone.
This segment was taken from the early 19th-century book entitled ‘History of Ancient Greece’
‘….and it seemed as if the sage of Samos, whose nobler ambition declined and disdained any particular office of power and dignity, had conceived the sublime idea of forming a school, or rather an association of men, who might govern the world, while they were themselves governed by wisdom and virtue.’
There is so much more to discover about Pythagoras if you keep digging and that is just the information that has survived the past 2000 years, how much is accurate, how much is understated or overstated is unknown, but regardless Pythagoras was clearly a hugely influential individual in his time and though we may all know him for his Pythagorean theorem which is still taught in all schooling across the World, his life did appear to have a much deeper and possibly much darker purpose to it.
English mathematician, physicist, astronomer, theologian, and author Sir Isaac Newton is probably one of history’s most well-known Scientists, his ‘theory of relativity’ is thought as one of science’s major breakthroughs over the past several thousand years.
However, as you’d probably guessed, Sir Newtons life was also shrouded in secrecy and obsession.
Isaac spent much of his time trying to decode the Bible, he believed that the book had many prophecies contained within. One of the prophecies he’s managed to decipher from the book was the end of the world.
End of Days
Sir Newton used the book of Daniel to calculate this and though his prediction was not an exact date, it was ‘No sooner’ than 2060 by his estimation.
The Philosophers Stone
Isaac wasn’t a Harry Potter fan, simply because it hadn’t been created yet, however, he was extremely interested in The Philosopher Stone and how he could learn to create it. For those not familiar with this supposed mythological stone it is a legendary alchemical substance capable of turning base metals such as mercury into gold. It is also thought that the stone transmuted everything it touched to that object’s most perfect state.
Sounds like quite a useful stone, right? Isaac
In 1696 Isaac was appointed the job of Warden of the Royal Mint, responsible for England’s currency production and oversight. During his time at the mint he was given the task of handling counterfeiters. He took the job seriously and went undercover in an attempt to root out all offenders of such criminal offences. He is believed to of found 30 major counterfeiters in the London area which he had arrested and executed.
The execution consisted of strangulation and quartering of each offender in a public display. Isaac showed little mercy.
Isaac died at the age of 84 in 1727 in his sleep, following his death his hair was tested for contaminants, they found his hair to contain over 40 times the usual amount of mercury – which was due to his life long dedication to the World of alchemy and the dark arts.