"I want people to know that some of these conspiracy theories are true!" Schultz exclaimed. "We need to expose these secret organizations, like the Bilderbergers and the New World Order and I am here to do just that."
Schultz has assembled an exhibition that contains wax figures of the members of The Division, one of which is a German officer from WWII, complete in his uniform. Another member from the 1800s, Dr Baron von Heidelberg is a doctor who owned a circus that contained a healing mummy. Also on display are the member's personal possessions that include actual kits of magic used in their "war" against the Illuminati. Schultz’s intention is to utilize this traveling exhibition to help enlighten the public about these secret global organizations.
"The Division stands between good and evil. My forefathers spent their lives fighting against those who conspire for global government. Now it is my turn." Schultz said.
The exhibition of The History of the Division runs March 16-29, 2010 at the university museum on the campus of SIUC. Daily hours are Tue-Fri, 10am-4pm & Sat-Sun 1-4pm Opening reception is Friday, March 19, from 4-7 pm - Closing reception is Friday, March 26, from 4-7 pm
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The Division stands between good and evil. My forefathers spent their lives fighting against those who conspire for global government.