Ten Most Secret Societies in the World

There are number of secret societies across the globe that work secretly to achieve their already set purposes or goals but one thing about all such societies is very common, i.e. their creepy nature. Though most of the societies listed below were formed with real-life political personalities and they were keeping only religious goals to act on, but they attracted countless criticism and conspiracy because of their focus on secrecy and mystery. This article is about ten most secret societies in the world.
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The Knights Templar

The Knights Templar was also recognized in the history with the names The United Religious The Knights Templar was also recognized in the history with the names The United Religious, Masonic and Military Orders, and St. John of Jerusalem, of Malta, Rhodes and Palestine. This secret society was not directly linked to the originally created Knights Templar society which was known to the world as a religious military group. The Knights Templar is at No. 10 in our ten most secret societies in the world list.
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The Knights of the Golden Circle

The knights of the Golden Circle also had great names in the members list included Franklin Pieces, Jesse James and John Wilkes Booth The knights of the Golden Circle also had great names in the members list included Franklin Pieces, Jesse James and John Wilkes Booth. This secret society was formed during Civil War in United States which earned a lot of encouragement even in the start especially in Mexico and the West Indies. Initially the focus of this secret group was on colonialism but later on (shortly after Civil War) it changed to fervent support to Confederate government.
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tic Order of the HermeGolden Dawn

MacGregor Mathers Samuel Liddell, William Wynn Westcott and Dr. William Robert Woodman were the person behind creating the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn society MacGregor Mathers Samuel Liddell, William Wynn Westcott and Dr. William Robert Woodman were the person behind creating the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn society. All these three founding members of this 8th top-rated society in our ten most secret societies in the world list were known to the world as Freemasons. Aleister Crowley and William Yeates were also two other notable members of this organization.
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The Thule Society

The Thule Society was also among those most famous yet very secret organization The Thule Society was also among those most famous yet very secret organization/societies of the world that have big names in their members list. It was claimed that Adolf Hitler, Arthur Rosenberg and Rudolf Hess were the three most influential names of this society. It is generally claimed about many secret organizations that they work on malevolent ulterior motives and these claims sometimes never got proved, but the claim really fits at the Thule Society. This group was formed shortly after WWI in Germany.
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Ordo Templis Orientis

Ordo Templis Orientis is commonly as a secret society which actually came into existence by getting modeled on Masonry Ordo Templis Orientis is commonly as a secret society which actually came into existence by getting modeled on Masonry, but later on this society worked mainly on the principles of religious system under the leadership of the Aleister Crowley (Great Beast). He named this religious system “Thelema”. Degrees of initiation were the base of getting membership of this sixth top-rated secret society in the world. It claims more than 3,000 members worldwide at the moment.
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The Sons of Liberty

Most famous members of the Sons of Liberty were John Hancock, Samuel Adams, John Adams, and Paul Revere. Most famous members of the Sons of Liberty were John Hancock, Samuel Adams, John Adams, and Paul Revere. It was historically known as a loosely organized group (mainly consisted on the dissidents) which was formed in United States well before the Revolutionary War in this region. There were smaller factions of patriots that were the main part of this group who joined it from almost every colony in the country.
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Rosicrucians

The Rosicrucian is at No. 4 in our list of ten most secret societies in the world that grabbed the fame of creepiest societies in their times The Rosicrucian is at No. 4 in our list of ten most secret societies in the world that grabbed the fame of creepiest societies in their times. It is believed about this society that it was probably formed in the 1600s by a group of German Protestants. It published three documents shortly after the society was formed that had become really very influential in the country because were widely read by the people.
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The Illuminati

The Illuminati is at No. 3 who has names like Brunswick The Illuminati is at No. 3 who has names like Brunswick, Ferdinand and Goethe in the list of its members. Some believe that none of the so far known societies in the world could grab notoriety of a really secret organization as The Illuminati which attracted numerous weird conspiracy theories. The society even has made several appearances in different television shows/series, movies and books. This group was popularly considered a myth by many.
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Skull and Bones

Skull and Bones is at No. 2 in this list which was formed officially at Yale University Skull and Bones is at No. 2 in this list which was formed officially at Yale University. George Bush was the most famous member of this top-rated society (as can be seen in the above picture taken in 1947). It is among oldest secret societies of the students in United States as historical documents claim its formation in 1832. Initially the membership of Skull and Bones was open to an elite few.
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The Freemasons

Most of you will agree on keeping The Freemasons on top in this list which was once really very secretive as well as influential society in the world Most of you will agree on keeping The Freemasons on top in this list which was once really very secretive as well as influential society in the world. Ben Franklin, Henry Ford, Bob Dole, James Buchanan, Mark Twain and Winston Churchill were the famous members of this society. It was also known once as the most fraternal organization even in the start of its time. Though officially The Freemasons was formed in 1717, but some historical documents claimed its existence even during 1300s.

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    • Godprovide

      1. Which of the secret society gives money, authority, protection and power if one belongs without any shield of human blood? And 2. How do one become a member of such society?

  1. Vegeta64

    I hope you guys know that the logo to the right for the “Freemasons” is not the Freemasons logo, its the assassins logo from the assassins creed game, and has nothing to do with freemasons, and the freemasons are tied in with the templars whom which supposedly disappeared around the 1300’s and the real assassins known as the Hashshashin died out around the 1300’s also and have nothing to do really with the game but they were real and had no rivalry with the templars like the game portrays.

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  4. James Olson

    The Diplomatic Society of St Gabriel in not mentioned. Formed 20 years ago by Diplomats at the United Nations in New York it has Diplomats and World leaders as member globally.

  5. M

    Not too sure if the Assassin’s creed logo is really abstract satire, but if so, well done. The Freemasons, however, had literally nothing to do with anything of that nature. And, interestingly enough, many of the more popular and reliable Freemasons end up becoming Knights Templar and Rosicrucians too. Freemasonry is very much “it’s not who you are, it’s who you know”, and being in the Freemasons generally gives you very strong connections to other orders. If you ever want to join an order, the tip to remember is “if you ask, you’ll never be asked.”

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