ill be saving this show, and freedom will for the world. Call now, 1-800-289-2646. You'll be glad that you did.(break music: [i]Fanfare For the Common Man[/i], written by Aaron Copeland)(speaking over music): Ladies and gentleman, you are living in the last days offreedom for the common man. So many people tell me that they are just one personand there is nothing that they can do. That everything is lost, and all they can do is wait and see what happens. This program tonight is designed specificallyto let you know that that is not true. There is a virtual army of people, individuals, acting independently on their own. CAJI members across this nation and around the world, who are affecting great change, and who are providing a flow ofinformation that we, through this program and through our newsletter and organization, feed to the world. These men and women are unknown, and prefer to stay that way. They are my heroes.(music ends)Ladies and gentlemen, I am proud to have as my special guest today William Morgan, who is one of the members of the Citizens Agency for Joint Intelligence and has been for some time. Now, that's all that we can tell you about his identity.You will hear from him his own story, what he's been doing, how he's been doingit, what kind of information he has collected for our organization for the citizens of this country and of the world. And we're going to talk about...well, I guess you just have to call it "undercover operations". This men has been undercover for the Citizens Agency for Joint Intelligence, and I remember several episodes of the show before, sometime during the series that we call the Mystery Schools, which we've done, I believe, nineteen hours of broadcasting covering that subject. I told you that we had infiltrated the Lodge, the Mystery Schools, Mystery Babylon. In fact, we have not only infiltrated it once, but many times in thiscountry and in lodges around the world. So, the information that we're giving you on the Mystery Schools is not conjecture. It does not come from a bunch of people sitting around making up information. It comes from the books printed by the Ministry Schools themselves. It comes from our members who are actually in thelodge, and we check, double-check everything that they bring to us. Please welcome to the Hour of the Time, William Morgan.[William Morgan (WM)]: Thank you, Bill. You can call me Will, and I really appreciate that gracious and honorable introduction.[William Cooper (WC)]: Well, we're certainly appreciative of everything that you've done. Tell us, Will, how long have you been associated with the Mystery Schools?[WM]: For over two years now. I became a Mason in June of 1991.[WC]: And what happened? How did you ever even know about Freemasonry?[WM]: Um, at first before I was, uh, exposed to your information, I was under the impression, as most people are, that they were a philanthropic organization, dealing mostly with charity, or possibly even some way associated with unions. And, uh, as most CAJI members have come to know, that is entirely not the case.[WC]: Did you have friends who were Freemasons?[WM]: Yes, I worked with somebody who was a Freemason, and I've come to find outthat that is usually the most common way that a person is exposed to the craft.'The Craft,' as they call it.