Illuminati PROOF? Angela Merkel saw the "sign of the Illuminati" at the summit of the G20 Strano news


Angela Merkel has been spotted making the diamond with her fingers at the G20 Summit, which is currently held in Osaka, Japan, while aligning for a photograph with other world leaders. The German chancellor is known for making his infamous "diamond" hand sign, which was branded in Masonic style and a symbol of the alleged Illuminati by conspiracy theorists. The Illuminati are supposedly a secret organization composed of world leaders and powerful celebrities who actually rule all the governments of the world from behind the scenes and intend to introduce a New World Order that will see only one government governing the entire world.

According to an Illuminati website, the sign of the diamond is representative of a pyramid, which symbolizes "wealth, success and power".

This is not the first time that Merkel has been sighted making a diamond shape with her fingers.

Just a few months ago, in February, she was seen doing it when she met the outgoing British prime minister, Theresa May, where the couple discussed the possibility of extending Article 50 and delaying Brexit.

But Ms. Merkel, who led the Christian Democracy party for 16 years, explained why she made the unusual gesture in a 2013 interview, and denied that there was something sinister behind it.

He told a German magazine: "It was always the question, what to do with your arms, and that's how it happened. It contains a certain symmetry."

Other famous figures such as Gordon Brown, Duchess of Cornwall and Recep Tayyip Erdogan have been spotted doing the "Merkel diamond".

US President Donald Trump has already made other gestures with hands that have been declared Illuminati signs.

Some conspiracy theorists claim that Trump is a fully enrolled Illuminati member, but others believe that he is an Illuminati enemy who managed to infiltrate his top position: the presidency of the United States.


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