The Pyramid

THE PYRAMID

The Pyramid of the Illuminati belief that money isn’t evil is heavily publicized in modern society. Some see our advocacy of hard work and plenty as a step toward immaturity, ignoring the pyramid’s true relevance and the core lessons that motivate us.

Abundance is viewed by the Illuminati as more than just a means of personal growth. When all else is equal, money can be used as a tool to fulfill each person’s responsibility for the advancement of humanity.

THE SELFISH PURSUIT OF MONEY IS A HOLLOW GOAL, BUT THE PURSUIT OF THE GOODNESS THAT MONEY CAN CREATE IS ONE OF HUMANITY’S GREATEST RESPONSIBILITIES.

More money does not necessarily translate into a better ability to significantly alter the lives of those who are unlucky. If you are a kind and impoverished person and your friend’s house burns down, you will still be a decent person but be unable to help them in their hour of greatest need. In the unlikely event that a comparable home is consumed but you are wealthy, you can provide your friend with a place to stay and another house because you have too much of it.

MONEY HAS NO FEELING, NO VOICE, AND NO SOUL – ITS CHOICE BETWEEN GOOD OR EVIL IS DECIDED BY THOSE WHO USE IT

However, it isn’t inappropriate to be poor; the festival of neediness is established in childishness. An individual who is poor can save a day-to-day existence; however, an individual who is rich can fabricate an emergency clinic and save $10,000. The poor can do barely anything to assist poor people, yet the rich can provide as much help as they may be capable. In the event that an individual is rich, they have the potential to accomplish something beneficial, yet assuming that they are unfortunate, they can’t help anybody but themselves.
 
Those with little can, in any case, do a lot. Cash is only paper and numbers that are exchanged for an individual’s time and exertion. In this manner, on the off chance that an individual doesn’t have cash, they can rather utilize their time and endeavors to further the progression of mankind—positive activities that are of equivalent worth to any magnanimous gifts.
 

The more noteworthy an individual’s fortune, the more noteworthy their obligation to their kindred people. Like the pyramid, those with the best power can do the best for the biggest number of those underneath them. Even if someone doesn’t have money, they can still contribute to human advancement by volunteering their time and efforts; these are worthwhile endeavors that are equal in value to any generous donation.

A person’s duty to their fellow humans is proportionately more significant to their wealth. Similar to the pyramid, the most powerful people may accomplish the most amazing things for the greatest number of people beneath them.