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Angels & Demons
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  • The word Illuminati means ’the enlightened ones.’
  • They founded the world’s first scientific think tank, calling themselves ’the enlightened ones.’
  • Some of Italy’s most enlightened men-physicists, mathematicians, astronomers-began meeting secretly to share their concerns about the church’s inaccurate teachings.
  • A call for enlightened change.
  • So you’re saying the U.S. Great Seal is a call for enlightened, all-seeing change?
  • Are you surprised you are the target of enlightened men from around the globe?
  • Enlightened men do not resort to blackmail to further their causes.
  • Okay, then maybe using ’Santi’ was to make the clue more obscure, so only very enlightened men would recognize the reference to Raphael.
  • Cynicism and demand for proof has become enlightened thought.
  • CERN is a haven for the most enlightened people on earth.
  • As the soul becomes enlightened . it takes the beautiful shape of the dove.
  • Man’s insecurity and need for an enlightened soul assuring him everything is part of a master plan.
  • But the church is not the only enlightened soul on the planet!
  • But when science heralds its Godless pursuits as the enlightened path?
  • Not only had Milton made a well-documented 1638 pilgrimage to Rome to "commune with enlightened men," but he had held meetings with Galileo during the scientist’s house arrest, meetings portrayed in many Renaissance paintings, including Annibale Gatti’s famous Galileo and Milton, which hung even now in the IMSS Museum in Florence.

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  • This is a more enlightened age.
  • In less enlightened times, the best way to impress women was to own a hot car. But women wised up and realized it was better to buy their own hot cars so they wouldn’t have to ride around with jerks.
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