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Freemasonry

Freemasonry

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Published by Ben Steigmann
This should be read along with the following texts:

1) Illustrations of Masonry by Captain Morgan

2) The Character, Claims, and Practical Workings of Freemasonry by Rev. Charles G. Finney

3) Deadly Deception by Jim Shaw

All of those texts can be read here: http://archive.org/details/FreemasonryExposedByFreemasons
This should be read along with the following texts:

1) Illustrations of Masonry by Captain Morgan

2) The Character, Claims, and Practical Workings of Freemasonry by Rev. Charles G. Finney

3) Deadly Deception by Jim Shaw

All of those texts can be read here: http://archive.org/details/FreemasonryExposedByFreemasons

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Published by: Ben Steigmann on Feb 13, 2012
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Before reading this article, readers should note that, onpage 249 of “Duncan’s Ritual and Monitor”, wefind that Masonry is subservient to Judaism, given that arecipient of the Royal Arch Degree pledgeshimself 
“For the good of Masonry, generally, but the Jewish nation in particular.":
http://www.phoenixmasonry.org/duncans_ritual/royal_arch_degree.htmMasonry has been a key technique to launch various revolutions. The role of Grand Orient Masonry inlaunching the French revolution was established by Barruel, in his "Memoirs Illustrating the history of  jacobinism":http://www.archive.org/details/MemoirsIllustratingTheHistoryOfJacobinismMasons of course attacked him and denied his charges, but confirmation of his claims has beenestablished by Masonic historians. In an interview with the official organ of the Grand Orient of France,Humanisme: Revue des Francs-Macons du Grand Orient de France, historian and Mason, professorCharles Porset of the Centre National de la RechercheScientifique[National Scientific Research Center),brings us up to date, and in one fell swoop completely demolishes the Bode-Paris-1787 "conspiracytheory" debunkers. The interview was conducted in November 1995, by Brother Pierre Ysmal, andpublished in the December issue. From that we find the following:"
Humanisme: 
But [ ... ] in your book you explain that the history of the Convents [of the Philalethes: 1785and 1787 respectively] does not stop there ... it re-establishes the legend of the "conspiracy"?
Charles Porset
In effect; and that has been my great surprise. You know that in his Memoires pourserviral'histoire du Jacobinisme, Barruel ascribes to Masons the Revolution, or rather, the "arriere-Loges"[occult, or hidden Lodges]. Clearly he is not saying that Freemasonry started the Revolution (he admits tohaving known masons of excellent character), but he says, to the point of hyperbole, that some of themconspired, and had organized to destabilize the Old Regime. And he cites the Amis Reunis and, of course,our Philalethes. His pronouncements are vague and often inaccurate, but the least we can say is thatBarruel was informed. He had been informed by [ Johann Augustus] Starck who, along with others, I'mthinking of [Leopold Alois] Hoffmann, had denouncedthe collusion between the Bavarian Illuminati andcertain French Freemasons. Though we knew that Bode—the German Illuminati—had come to Paris andthat he had met with the Philalethes, the exact nature of the encounter, until recently, remainedunknown. [Adolf] Rossberg, Nazi Masonic [archivist and] historian ([Freimaurerei and PolitikimZeitalterder franzosischen Revolution] 1942), had made brief remarks concerning the then unpublished TravelJournal of Bode, but the testimony from a well known anti-Mason might appear suspect. However, theJournal has now been published [in 1994] by a German scholar, Hermann Schiittler, and it confirms in allrespects the idea put forward by Rossberg of collusion between the Illuminati and the Philalethes.Moreover, "a secret lodge is then created"—the Lodge of the Philadelphes—who decide to turn theirbacks on esoteric folly and commit themselves, in a Masonic setting, to the happiness of man: membersof the Lodge, in addition to Bode, are Savalette de Langes, Chefdebien, Beyerle, Daubermesnil, Le Sage,and ... Roettiers de Montaleau —the latter will restore Freemasonry after the Revolution. The uneditedcorrespondences found in the Kloss archives housed in the Library of Grand Orient of the Netherlands,between Bode, von Busch and the Landgrave of Hesse-Darmstadt, which I've published, prove it. We areright at the arriere-Loges so dear to Barruel! "We agreed, wrote Bode, that for France, we would adopt
 
the name Philadelphes instead of Illuminati and instead of M[intervals]we could say preparatorygrades, aspirants ..."
Humanisme.
What a scoop! How did this secret Masonry function beyond the pious intentions of itscreators?
Charles Porset.
The documents are missing, but I provide three elements. The register of the AmisReunisto which I have already referred, specifies, in 1789, which Brothers called for the recommencement of theConvent of Paris on the occasion of the reunion of the Estates-General. The notes are dry, but I supposethis was not the time to speculate about the Luminous Delta, but to organize fraternally ... In anticipationof the events that lay ahead. Montmorency-Luxembourg, who fled to England on the first day of theRevolution, was a member of the Philalethes, but he was not a revolutionary. Yet in a very interestingletter written at that time, to Chataigner, he blames the Philalethes and explains that he never wantedto give in to their pressure, but he adds that he didn't want to betray them -whom he respected; andfinally, Chaillon de Jonville, deputy Grand Master of the Grand Lodge, thus the institution which precededthe Grand Orient, denounced the Philadelphes in a text which appeared in 1789; he held themresponsible for the revolutionary disturbances. What more can be said? These Brothers of the foremostLodges, weren't they in a position to speak [candidly] about what they had experienced?
"More insight on this matter can be gained by consulting the text "Freemasonry and Judaism":http://www.scribd.com/doc/13842449/Freemasonry-Judaism-Secret-Powers-Behind-RevolutionAside from that, Freemasonry is really, ultimately, a sophisticated technique for introducing criminalityinto society, and it does this via it's system of blood oaths. Masons will of course claim that their oathsare purely symbolic. They are lying.For insight into the binding effects of the oaths, I quote the Toronto Globe and Mail, January 15, 1985,pp. M1, M3. The article is entitled "Policeman refuses to tell mason secrets":"A Metro Toronto policeman who is a Freemason refused to give some information about his secretsociety at his trial yesterday at the Ernst Zundel trial, saying that he had vowed never to reveal it.Defence counsel Douglas Christie was interested in particular in a purported Freemason oath underwhich the throat of any violator is cut and his tongue torn out and buried at sea."I'm not free to tell you," said Sergeant Roy Bassett, who has achieved the Freemason rank od DivinePrince of the Royal Secret."You swore on the witness stand to tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth," Mr.Christie said. "But you have declined to give an answer because you swore an oath to keep it secret?""Yes," Sgt. Bassett replied.
 
"So now I know whose oath takes precedence," Mr. Christie said.Momentslater, the lawyer tried again to get information about the oath, which purportedly states:"My throat be cut across, my tongue torn out by its roots, and my body buried in the rough sands of thesea, at low-water mark, where the tide ebbs and flows twice in 24 hours."Sg. Bassett refused again to discuss it, prompting Mr. Christie to say: "He should, Your Honor.""No," County Court Judge Hugh Locke said. "I rule you can't ask that question because it is irrelevant tothe issue to be tried."Sgt. Bassett", a Crown witness who was called to provide inside information on Freemasonry."The rather disgusting obligations these people take upon themselves can be read in "Duncan's Ritualand Monitor", pp. 34-35, pp. 64-66, pp. 94-96, pp. 166-167, pp. 188-190, pp. 206-208, and pp. 228-230:http://www.phoenixmasonry.org/duncans_ritual/preface.htmAccording to a witness account in a Rhode Island legislative investigation into Freemasonry conducted in1835, the oaths for the first 3 degrees ARE binding, and do force a Mason to conceal all crimes of hisbretheren, except for Murder and treason: http://tinyurl.com/3hdua5cThe reader may recall the oath in Duncan's Ritual for the Royal Arch degree. Well that's the publicversion. In David Bernard's Masonic Monitor, entitled "Light on Masonry", written in 1829, the receiverof the Royal Arch degree is forced to conceal all of the crimes of his fellow masons, MURDER ANDTREASON NOT EXCEPTED: http://tinyurl.com/3mk3uokThis is likewise noted in Avery Allyn's "Ritual of Freemasonry": http://tinyurl.com/3mjxf4rFormer president John Quincy Adams noted that Masons emphatically denied that oath, despite it beingin those two volumes: http://tinyurl.com/4yosuw3James C. Ordione wrote in one of his letters -"I cannot therefore feel but great surprise, when I learnthat any man, sustaining a reputable character in the community, denies that the oaths and obligationsquoted by me, in my letter of the 17th ult. from the work of Mr. Bernard, entitled "Light on Masonry,"are administered in lodges and chapters of Freemasons" -This is in his book "Opinions on SpeculativeMasonry": http://tinyurl.com/3kscmneIn the book is a letter from former mason Mr. Merrill confirming this aspect of the oath:http://tinyurl.com/3kscmneWhat dothese obligations imply?

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