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AISB_Watch
02-14-2005, 01:37 PM
Hi,

This is my first post. I'm the owner of Conspiracy Archive (http://www.conspiracyarchive.com/). Joined a few days ago.

Anyway, just came across this a few minutes ago. Anyone hear of this before ....

NETg hosts summer webinar series with Illuminati Award winners

http://www.netg.com/netgnews/Archive/05_03/images/teaser_illuminati.jpgNETg is pleased to host a summer webinar series, featuring presentations by four 2003 Illuminati Award winners: Eaton Corporation, Delta Technology, Bell Canada and Baxter Healthcare.

The Illuminati Awards recognize the accomplishments of individuals and organizations who achieved measurable success through innovative, effective, and successful learning and training programs. NETg presented the Illuminati Awards at NETglobal 2003, our annual user conference.

The summer webinar series profiles excellence in corporate universities, leadership development programs, innovation and program marketing. Read more about the webinars below, and visit NETg.com to register.

More: http://www.netg.com/netgnews/Archive/05_03/illuminati.asp

Here's the Illuminati Awards site: http://www.netg.com/illuminati/

DoctorX
02-15-2005, 12:10 AM
No secret that many if not most of the worlds mega corporations are connected to the illuminati.

zanyzan311
02-15-2005, 12:17 AM
Good job spotting this one, not much of a surprise though

AISB_Watch
02-15-2005, 06:18 PM
Hardly surprising, but I still find the overtness of things like this pretty brazen.

I can only conjecture that these awards are giving to organizations who have successfully implemented programs and "educational" agendas along the lines of the Delphi Technique:

THE DELPHI TECHNIQUE: How to achieve a workable consensus within time limits (http://www.conspiracyarchive.com/NewAge/Delphi_Technique.htm)

Are You Being Delphied? (http://www.conspiracyarchive.com/NewAge/Delphi_Change_Agents.htm)

this
02-15-2005, 08:11 PM
have not much to add, found this link:
http://www.technomedia.ca/en/htm/en_04_02_01.cfm complete with pyramid logos on an Octas award. Perhaps they think that it's better to come out. It can't be a conspiracy if it's out in the open - like the US dollar bill, or the Chevy Lumina.