Despite the difficulties, one can get a gist. Here’s a few choice details I’ve managed to extract from the material so far.
By the 1820s, the Immortal Illuminati had decided establish American world hegemony. Europe had become too dangerous for them. , with its incessant wars, and also the tightening noose of its post-Napoleonic security structure. They saw America as a safe haven. In one ringing phrase, it’s described as, “a whole country playing the role of Acropolis.”
But the way they set about achieving this was truly Machiavellian. For example, it appears that they were of two minds about Lincoln’s assassination, but ultimately allowed it to happen because (a) they calculated that without Lincoln, Reconstruction would fail; (b) given a failed Reconstruction, America wouldn’t achieve industrial dominance the early 20th century; (c) by then, Japan would have humiliated Russia in an Asian war; (d) this, together with other steps, would set in motion the Bolshevik Revolution; in turn, this would would (e) lead to a great power rivalry that would (f) marginalize Western Europe, as originally desired.
Though all of this did come to pass, the Immortal Illuminati did not always make the right decisions along the way. For example, in order to manage world events, they identified pressure points of the evolving world system and spent enormous effort controlling them. Some of these were obviously correct (media, banking, communications), but others in hindsight make no sense at all. For example, they spent decades bringing South Africa under their heel in the mistaken belief that it would be a choke point for European/Asian trade.
Another problem they encountered involved managing the great secular jihads of the 20th century that they themselves set in motion — Communism and Nazism. They repeatedly found events spinning out of their control.
Other interesting points revealed in this material show that some of the goals of the actual Illuminati run counter to conventional conspiracy theory analysis. For example, we now know that they nurtured the rise of Evangelical Christianity in the United States rather than resisted it. Why? Because they correctly foresaw it as a force for the social cohesion and militarism they wished to inculcate in American society. — Glenn