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Abstergo Industries is a multinational corporate conglomerate, and the primary front for the modern day activities of the Templar Order.

One of the largest and most prominent corporations in the world, Abstergo Industries, or its predecessors, were responsible for the majority of human technological development for the past millennia.

Abstergo's influence spread beyond the bounds of the Earth, as it helped establish and fund the National Aeronautics and Space Administration in 1958. When the Templars became aware of the existence of an Apple of Eden on the Moon, it tasked NASA with working towards a mission to land on the Moon and retrieve the artifact. Kennedy planned a joint lunar landing with the Soviet Union, the Templars decided to remove Kennedy from power. Johnson, a Templar puppet, continued the push towards the Moon, and in July 1969, Templar agents Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin landed on the Moon and retrieved the Piece of Eden.

By the year 2012, Abstergo Industries had expanded into various business sectors, setting up various subsidiary companies, such as Abstergo Entertainment.

In 1910, assorted Templar leaders, including Ford and Olds, formulated the "Plan".

This scheme combined economics, politics and military conflict as a means to make the world safe for Templar rule.

By 1944, Abstergo and the Templars were prepared for the inevitable post-war era, where they would "ensure the development continues in the proper direction", and organized the Bretton Woods Conference in July of that year to spread capitalism throughout the world, particularly in Europe.

Following the war, Abstergo controlled global, economic and technological development, though it always remained behind the scenes.

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