Paul Walker Conspiracy Theories True? Tila Tequila Video Saying Illuminati Caused Car Crash Joins Bizarre 'Family Guy' Rumor [VIDEO]

By Ani Palen December 10, 2013 10:22 PM EST
Former reality TV personality Tila Tequila shocked fans with a Youtube video that claimed to expose the Illuminati. (Photo: Reuters)
Former reality TV personality Tila Tequila shocked fans with a Youtube video that claimed to expose the Illuminati. (Photo: Reuters)

Paul Walker's death was hard enough on family and friends. Now countless conspiracy theories have surfaced, including one from Tila Tequila, which are making an already-upsetting situation even more disturbing. The Singaporean-born American model and television personality claims that Paul Walker was killed by the Illuminati in a ritualistic murder. It's hard to believe much that the model says given the fact that it was part of a long crazy rant on Facebook. Yet Fast and Furious fans are now upset again, wondering if there could be any truth to Tequila's claims.

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When Tila Tequila posted a rant about parallel worlds, Nazis, and the Illuminati we had no idea how that the former reality star had become so far gone. Tequila revealed that she believes that the Illuminati are aliens who are trying to steal her soul. She also believes that her website, videos, and blog are going to help the world by exposing the truth about Nazis, Zionists, 9/11, and countless other strange topics. Her goal? To educate people on how to get out of "the matrix." It's all very bizarre and a little sad. The whole rant left us wondering if Tila Tequila needs some serious psychiatric help.

The Illuminati is a fascinating conspiracy theory. As absurd as it sounds tons of people believe that celebrities run a secret society that controls and manipulates finance, government, religion, and culture. Conspiracy theorists believe the goal of Illuminati members is to create a "single global government known as the new world order that would rule the world." They also believe that all members are Satanists and that the Pope is a secret satanic member. There are countless websites and blogs dedicated to exposing celebrity Illumanati members, and Jay Z is one star that likes to have a little fun with the allegations.

Alleged Illuminati members Beyonce and Jay-Z perform at the 2006 BET Awards at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles in June 27, 2006. (Photo: Reuters)
Alleged Illuminati members Beyonce and Jay-Z perform at the 2006 BET Awards at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles in June 27, 2006. (Photo: Reuters)

"Conspiracy theorists screaming 'Illumanati', they can't believe this much skill is in the human body," he raps on his track "Heaven."

When Beyonce and Jay Z's daughter, Blue Ivy, was born believers in the Illumanati were sure that she was the group's newest member. Claiming, "I.V.Y. = Illuminati's Very Youngest B.L.U.E. = Born Living Under Evil. Blue Ivy spelt backwords (Eulb Yvi) = Latin for 'Lucifers Daughter.'"

When Beyoncé performed at the Super Bowl, theorists swore up and down that her performance was meant to send the Illumanati's message of a future world that operates under a "military industrial police state" because she was surrounded by male dancers wearing protective helmets. Conspiracy theorists are also sure that political figures are part of the group. They especially had a field day when Vice President Joe Biden used the phrase "new world order" when describing trade laws in a speech.

Rapper Drake (L) sits with Toronto Mayor Rob Ford during an announcement that the Toronto Raptors will host the 2016 NBA All-Star game in Toronto, September 30, 2013. Toronto was selected as the host of the NBA's 2016 All-Star Game. This photo op prompted conspiracy theorists to believe that Drake and Rob Ford, both Illuminati members, to be in cahoots. (Photo: Reuters)
Rapper Drake (L) sits with Toronto Mayor Rob Ford during an announcement that the Toronto Raptors will host the 2016 NBA All-Star game in Toronto, September 30, 2013. Toronto was selected as the host of the NBA's 2016 All-Star Game. This photo op prompted conspiracy theorists to believe that Drake and Rob Ford, both Illuminati members, to be in cahoots. (Photo: Reuters)

Some conspiracy theorists even think that the occult society controls the weather, blaming the Illuminati for things like hurricanes and tornadoes. It seems like no celebrity is exempt from allegations that they're part of the exclusive club. Even the Kardashians are supposedly part of the "new world order."

When the reality stars released their Christmas card, conspiracy theorists claimed it was riddled with Illuminati symbols. A simple Google search for Drake will turn up post after post about how he is obviously in the Illuminati, that he's working with Toronto mayor Rob Ford, and that his albums contain clues about the end of the world. Some other popular conspiracy theories claim that the Illuminati killed Whitney Houston, J.F.K, Michael Jackson, and Bob Marley.

Conspiracy theorists believe Paul Walker was murdered by the Illuminati, and that Brian was killed off in Family Guy as a symbol to people in the know. (Photo: Reuters)
Conspiracy theorists believe Paul Walker was murdered by the Illuminati, and that Brian was killed off in Family Guy as a symbol to people in the know. (Photo: Reuters)

One of the latest conspiracy theories about the death of Paul Walker is that Family Guy killed off Brian as a warning to people "in the know" that Walker was going to be murdered. In an interesting report, International Business Times compiles a bunch of conspiracy theories including one that says "Walker had died at the unseen hand of the so-called Illuminati, a shadowy, faceless, unconfirmed organization some people believe secretly control the media and current events."

Do you believe that your favorite celebrities are members of the secret cult? Let us know in the comments section below!

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