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Albert Pike and Three World Wars

Albert Pike and Three World Wars

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Albert Pike and Three World Wars
Very few outsiders know about the intimate plans of Albert Pike and the architects of theNew World Order.In the 19th Century Albert Pike established a framework for bringingabout the One World Order. Based on a vision revealed to him, Albert Pike wrote ablueprint of events that would play themselves out in the 20th century, with even more of these events yet to come. It is this blueprint which we believe unseen leaders arefollowing today, knowingly or not, to engineer the planned Third and Final World War.
About Albert Pike
Albert Pike was born on December 29, 1809, in Boston, andwas the oldest of six children born to Benjamin and SarahAndrews Pike. He studied at Harvard, and later served as aBrigadier-General in the Confederate Army. After the CivilWar, Pike was found guilty of treason and jailed, only to bepardoned by fellow Freemason President Andrew Johnson onApril 22, 1866, who met with him the next day at the WhiteHouse. On June 20, 1867, Scottish Rite officials conferredupon Johnson the 4th to 32nd Freemasonry degrees, and helater went to Boston to dedicate a Masonic Temple.Pike was said to be a genius, able to read and write in 16different languages, although I cannot find a recordanywhere of what those languages were. In addition, he iswidely accused of plagiarism, so take with a pinch of salt.At various stages of his life we was a poet, philosopher,frontiersman, soldier, humanitarian and philanthropist. A33rd degree Mason, he was one of the founding fathers, andhead of the Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry,being the Grand Commander of North AmericanFreemasonry from 1859 and retained that position until hisdeath in 1891. In 1869, he was a top leader in the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan.Pike was said to be a Satanist, who indulged in the occult, and he apparently possessed abracelet which he used to summon Lucifer, with whom he had constant communication. Hewas the Grand Master of a Luciferian group known as the Order of the Palladium (orSovereign Council of Wisdom), which had been founded in Paris in 1737. Palladism hadbeen brought to Greece from Egypt by Pythagoras in the fifth century, and it was this cultof Satan that was introduced to the inner circle of the Masonic lodges. It was aligned withthe Palladium of the Templars. In 1801, Issac Long, a Jew, brought a statue of Baphomet(Satan) to Charleston, South Carolina, where he helped to establish the Ancient andAccepted Scottish Rite. Long apparently chose Charleston because it was geographicallylocated on the 33rd parallel of latitude (incidentally, so is Baghdad), and this council isconsidered to be the Mother Supreme Council of all Masonic Lodges of the World.Pike was Long's successor, and he changed the name of the Order to the New andReformed Palladian Rite (or Reformed Palladium). The Order contained two degrees:
Adelph (or Brother), and
Companion of Ulysses (or Companion of Penelope).Pike's right-hand man was Phileas Walder, from Switzerland, who was a former Lutheranminister, a Masonic leader, occultist, and spiritualist. Pike also worked closely withGiusseppe Mazzini of Italy (1805-1872) who was a 33rd degree Mason, who became headof the Illuminati in 1834, and who founded the Mafia in 1860. Together with Mazzini, LordHenry Palmerston of England (1784-1865, 33rd degree Mason), and Otto von Bismarckfrom Germany (1815-1898, 33rd degree Mason), Albert Pike intended to use the PalladianRite to create a Satanic umbrella group that would tie all Masonic groups together.
Albert Pike died on April 2, 1891, and was buried in Oak Hill Cemetery, although the corpseof Pike currently lies in the headquarters of the Council of the 33rd degree of the ScottishRite of Freemasonry in Washington, D.C. (see
The Deadly Deception
, by Jim Shaw -former 33rd degree Mason and Past Master of all Scottish Rite bodies.)
The Albert Pike Monument
Albert Pike made his mark before the war in Arkansas as a lawyer and writer, but as aConfederate Brigadier General, he was, according to the Arkansas Democrat of July 31,1978, a complete "WASH-OUT," not a hero. Yet, Gen. Albert Pike is the only Confederategeneral with a statue on federal property in Washington, DC. He was honoured, not as acommander or even as a lawyer, but as Southern regional leader of the Scottish Rite of Freemasonry. The statue stands on a pedestal near the foot of Capitol Hill, between theDepartment of Labor building and the Municipal Building, between 3rd and 4th Streets, onD Street, NW. More detail about the monument, including a photo and map can be foundhere. Further background on the colorful history of the statue can be found at theMasonic  Info website. During the 1992 presidential campaign, Lyndon H. LaRouche and his vicepresidential running mate, the Reverend James Bevel, launched a mobilization to removethe statue of General Albert Pike from Washington, D.C.'s Judiciary Square. On February 1,the campaign drew an angry attack from freemasonic leader C. Fred Kleinknecht, whoattempted to defend both Pike and the Ku Klux Klan from LaRouche and Bevel's attack. Aspeech given by LaRouche defending his actions can be foundhere(March 20, 1992). Anda speech by Anton Chaitkin entitled 'Why Albert Pike's Statue Must Fall' can be foundhere (September 21, 1992).
The Illuminati and Albert Pike
Adam Weishaupt (1748 - 1811) formed the Order of Perfectibilists on May 1, 1776 (to thisday celebrated as May Day throughout many western countries), which later becameknown as the
, a secret society whose name means "Enlightened Ones".Although the Order was founded to provide an opportunity for the free exchange of ideas,Weishaupt's background as a Jesuit seems to have influenced the actual character of thesociety, such that the express aim of this Order became to abolish Christianity, andoverturn all civil government.An Italian revolutionary leader, Giusseppe Mazzini (1805-1872), a 33rd degree Mason, wasselected by the Illuminati to head their worldwide operations in 1834. (Mazzini alsofounded the Mafia in 1860). Because of Mazzini's revolutionary activities in Europe, theBavarian government cracked down on the Illuminati and other secret societies forallegedly plotting a massive overthrow of Europe's monarchies. As the secrets of theIlluminati were revealed, they were persecuted and eventually disbanded, only to re-establish themselves in the depths of other organizations, of which Freemasonry was one.During his leadership, Mazzini enticed Albert Pike into the (now formally disbanded, but stilloperating) Illuminati. Pike was fascinated by the idea of a one world government, andwhen asked by Mazzini, readily agreed to write a ritual tome that guided the transitionfrom average high-ranking mason into a top-ranking Illuminati mason (33rd degree). SinceMazzini also wanted Pike to head the Illuminati's American chapter, he clearly felt Pike wasworthy of such a task. Mazzini's intention was that once a mason had made his way up theFreemason ladder and proven himself worthy, the highest ranking members would offermembership to the secret 'society within a society'.It is for this reason that most Freemasons vehemently deny the evil intentions of theirfraternity. Since the vast majority never reach the 30th degree, they would not be awareof the real purpose behind Masonry. When instructing Pike how the tome should bedeveloped, Mazzini wrote the following to Pike in a letter dated January 22, 1870.Remember that Freemasonry wasn't started by Pike - rather it was infiltrated by theIlluminati who were looking for a respectable forum in which to hide their clandestineactivities:
"We must allow all the federations to continue just as they are, with theirsystems, their central authorities and their diverse modes ocorrespondence between high grades of the same rite, organized as theyare at the present, but we must create a super rite, which will remainunknown, to which we will call those Masons of high degree whom we shallselect. With regard to our brothers in Masonry, these men must be pledgesto the strictest secrecy. Through this supreme rite, we will govern allFreemasonry which will become the one international center, the morepowerful because its direction will be unknown."
 In 1871, Pike published the 861 page Masonic handbook known as the
.After Mazzini's death on March 11, 1872, Pike appointed Adriano Lemmi (1822-1896, 33rddegree Mason), a banker from Florence, Italy, to run their subversive activities in Europe.Lemmi was a supporter of patriot and revolutionary Giuseppe Garibaldi, and may havebeen active in the Luciferian Society founded by Pike. Lemmi, in turn, was succeeded byLenin and Trotsky, then by Stalin. The revolutionary activities of all these men werefinanced by British, French, German, and American international bankers; all of themdominated by the House of Rothschild.Between 1859 and 1871, Pike worked out a military blueprint for three world wars andvarious revolutions throughout the world which he considered would forward the conspiracyto its final stage in the 20th Century.In addition to the Supreme Council in Charleston, South Carolina, Pike establishedSupreme Councils in Rome, Italy (led by Mazzini); London, England (led by Palmerston);and Berlin, Germany (led by Bismarck). He set up 23 subordinate councils in strategicplaces throughout the world, including five Grand Central Directories in Washington, DC(North America), Montevideo (South America), Naples (Europe), Calcutta (Asia), andMauritius (Africa), which were used to gather information. All of these branches have beenthe secret headquarters for the Illuminati's activities ever since.
Albert Pike and Three World Wars
As do most occultists, Albert Pike had a "spirit guide," who dispensed "Divine Wisdom" andenlightened him regarding how to achieve the New World Order. A spirit guide is a beingwho meets someone who has given themselves over to the practice of the occult; however,people who are practitioners of the New Age Religion do not view this as a bad thing. Infact, they would strongly argue that they are filled with happiness and joy by interactingwith their spirit guides.One message that Albert Pike received from his spirit guide, and which in reality we knowto be a demonic vision, he described in a letter that he wrote to Mazzini, dated August 15,1871. This letter graphically outlined plans for three world wars that were seen asnecessary to bring about theOne World Order, and we can marvel at how accurately it haspredicted events that have already taken place. This is not because the devil has powers of prophecy, but because his agents have undertaken to manipulate political events to closelyfollow his designs.It is a commonly believed fallacy that for a short time, the Pike letter to Mazzini was ondisplay in the British Museum Library in London, and it was copied by William Guy Carr,former Intelligence Officer in the Royal Canadian Navy. The British Library has confirmedto me that such a document has never been in their possession. Furthermore, in Carr'sbook,
Satan, Prince of this World 
, Carr includes the following footnote:"The Keeper of Manuscripts recently informed the author that this letter isNOT catalogued in the British Museum Library. It seems strange that aman of Cardinal Rodriguez's knowledge should have said that it WAS in1925".

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