Madonna Meets with Conspiracy Theorist in Turkey

Global Freemasonry

Adnan Oktar, a Creationist and conspiracy theorist says he had a meeting with American pop star Madonna in Turkey, during her recent tour.

Oktar, who believes practitioners of the Jewish Kabbalah are responsible for both world wars and Darwinism (to which he’s opposed) described his 30 minute meeting with the pop star and her children.

Oktar says the meeting was arranged by Yehuda Berg, the founder of the Kabbalah Center, a popular, modernized form of the ancient Jewish mystical system. “Through Yehuda Berg, madonna came here, to Istanbul,” Oktar said, talking on his television show.

“He was instrumental in [arranging] our meeting.”

Although he acknowledged that the pop star is a follower of Kabbalah, he said that Madonna “loves Allah” and “someone who is awaiting the Mahdi,” Oktar claims during the television broadcast. By this, Oktar appears to mean that Madonna is a religious person, not a Muslim per se.

She also has “a huge desire for world peace,” he says.

The Turkish author was even introduced to Madonna’s children, who he described as “really cute.”

Writing under the pen name of Harun Yahya, Oktar has described the Kabbalah as containing “a false doctrine” and as the root of humanism, which he believes caused the two world wars and is responsible for virtually every evil in the world.

Oktar was confined to Bakirkoy Mental Hospital, where he was diagnosed with an obsessive-compulsive personality disorder and schizophrenia after the publication of his book Judaism and Freemasonry. He claims that this diagnosis was false and that he was incarcerated in order to destroy his reputation.

Click here to read Adnan Oktar’s book Global Freemasonry.

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