Trump Nominates Author Of Illuminati Self-Help Books To Prestigious WH Council
President Donald Trump’s pick for a federal education board is a lawyer, online professor, Newsmax writer, and Trump donor — as well as the author of numerous self-help Illuminati books.
The Denver Post reported that the White House announced last week Trump’s nomination of George Mentz to the Commission on Presidential Scholars, a post that does not require Senate confirmation.
The commission, according to the U.S. Department of Education website, is “a group of eminent private citizens appointed by the President to select and honor the Presidential Scholars,” which are high school seniors who “demonstrate exceptional accomplishments in academics, the arts, career and technical education and an outstanding commitment to public service.”
“I’m extremely excited for myself, my family and Colorado,” Mentz told the Post in a Friday interview. “I can’t tell you how happy I am. I’ve been an educator for many years.”
Books Mentz has written include “The Illuminati Secret Laws of Money,” “The Illuminati Handbook,” “50 Laws of Power of the Illuminati,” and “100 Secrets and Habits of the Illuminati for Life Success.”
In his 2013 book, “Abundance Bible & the Secret Powers of Manifesting Wealth Health and Peace of Mind,” Mentz wrote: “If you conceive of your desire, you can then imagine that your goal will take place with belief, and then you will be able (to) retrieve the opportunity from the world’s storehouse of riches.”
In another, he said, “When a person stops struggling and initiates ALCHEMY OR MAGIC, SOMETHING HAPPENS.”
Mentz told the Post that his use of the word “Illuminati” is for marketing purposes and not to get “too excited” about it.
“Just because I use the word Illuminati, don’t let that get you too excited,” Mentz said. “If you look the word up, it means ‘illumination.’ How to be more aware, conscious, a better person.”
According to the newly-appointed commission member, he has been a fan of Trump for three decades, following their first meeting at the Superdome in New Orleans, where Mentz says Trump was kind and gracious with his time.
Mentz has contributed thousands of dollars to Trump's campaign and political action committee.