What ive found so far
Martinism itself - which is a Mystical tradition in which emphasis is placed on Meditation. This was founded in the 18th Century by Louis-Claude de Saint-Martin, and was formalised in 1888 by Augustin Chaboseau and Gerard Encausse (aka Papus).
The Elus-Cohens. This relies on Theurgy (i.e. Ritual Magic) to attain the same ends as Martinism. The Elus-Cohens were founded by Martinez De Pasqually, who was Saint-Martin's teacher. The original Elus Cohens ceased to exist sometime in the late eighteenth or early nineteenth century, but it was revived in the 20th century by Robert Ambelain, and lives on today in various Martinist Orders, including the branch reinstigated by Ambelain himself.
The Scottish Rectified Rite or Chevaliers Bienfaisants De La Cité-Sainté (CBCS). This was originally a Masonic rite, a reformed variant of the Rite of Strict Observance which, in its highest degrees, uses Masonic-type rituals to demonstrate the philosophy which underlies both Martinism and the practices of the Elus-Cohens. The CBCS was founded in the late 18th Century by Jean-Baptiste Willermoz, who was a pupil of Martinez de Pasqually and a contemporary of Saint-Martin. The CBCS has managed to survive as a continually practiced rite from its founding until the present day, both as a purely masonic rite, and as a detached rite which is also open for women.
Affiliated with Rosecrucian
32nd Degree Prince Hall Mason
His wife sits on the board of the chicago CFR.
Vice President for Community and External Affairs, The University of Chicago Medical Centerhttp://www.thechicagocouncil.org/chicago_council_board_directors.php
i cant find anything concrete about the Trilateral Commision except that Zbigniew Brzezinski is his top Foreign Advisor.