Things that cost nothing are worth nothing.
Money is the tradable currency of knowledge and effort.
Money’s sole purpose is to place a numerical value upon knowledge and effort for the purpose of trade. A law student trades money to a school for the knowledge he requires for his career. The knowledge a lawyer gained from her teachers is traded for money, which in turn can be traded for other people’s knowledge and effort even if they do not require the services of a lawyer.
Things of value are never free, for if they were free then they would be valueless.
A house is more valuable than a handful of sand because of the effort and materials required to build it. Sand requires no knowledge or effort or materials to build, therefore it has no value.
There is value in the words of the Testaments, but also value in the trees that must be cut for the paper, in the workers who must create the designs and layouts and illustrations, in the ink for the printing, in the packages for the delivery. Hundreds of human minds with decades of experience go in to every element of the Testament’s production — while some minds merely sit on the sidelines, complaining of the costs to print, design, package, and deliver to their doorstep. While the Illuminati has no need for profits, we also have no need for people who cannot see the value of things that are not free.
Money means nothing to those who print it.
The Illuminati does not accept donations or membership fees of any kind. We require no tithe nor monetary pledges.