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The Secret Warfare of Freemasonry - G Pachtler (1875)

The Secret Warfare of Freemasonry - G Pachtler (1875)

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11-1
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THE
SECRET
WARFARE
ERE
E
AGA
CHURCH
A
S
O
N
R
Y
REFERENCE
LIBRARY
SEMINARY
Ctanslatet(
from
tijc
German.
WITHAN
INTRODUCTION.
LONDON:
BURNS,
GATES,
&
COMPANY,
PORTMAN
STREET
AND
PATERNOSTER
ROW
 
1875-
 
PREFACE.
ANY
one
who
studiescarefully
the
phenomena
of
modern,
and
especially
of
more
recent
times,
and
endeavours
to
discoverthe
hidden
spring
which
directs
the
sequence
of
events,
will
always
find his
researches
lead
him
back
to
one
and
the
same
central
motive
power,
producing
the
state
of
mind
through
which
the
evil
spirit
of,
the
age
contrives
to
distorttruth,
history,
and
justice.
The
radical
perversion
of
men's
minds
going
on
around
us
is
indeed
terribly
systematic.
Comparing
the
onward
progressof
the
social,
political,
and
religious
world
to
that of
a
river,
we
shall
find
that
the
poison
which
taints
the
water
comes
in
each
case
from
the
same
source.
There
are,
it
is
true,
some
tribu-
tary
rivulets
which
add
their
quota
of
infection
to
the
main
stream,
but
these
are of
secondary
im-
portance.
Human
errors
and
passions,
organised
as
they
are
by
the
secret
Society
of
Freemasonry,
constitute
the
chief
power
of
this
evil.
The
Christian
world
has
for
many
years
past
 
lulled
 
vi
Preface.
itself
to
sleep
in
thepleasing
thought
that
this
sinister
conspiracy
is,
after
all,
not
so
very
formidable,
and
is
gradually
becoming
a
mere
matter
of
ridicule.
A
great
mistake
has
been
made
on
this
subject.
Even
before
the
outbreak
of
the
first
French
Revolution,
Freemasonryhad
not
so
vast
a
power,
so
much
inter-
nal
unity,
so
firm
a
footing
in
influential
circles,
so
world-widea
command
of
the
press,
as
it
has
in
our
own
day.
It
is
hightime
to
awake
from
sleep,
and
carefully
to
reconnoitre
the
forces
of
the
enemy.
This
we
haveattempted
to
do,
and
have
drawn
our
information
from
most
trustworthy
sources,
princi-
pally
from
therecordsof
the
Lodges.
Furthermore,
every
assertion
is
supported
by
proof.
Amongst
these
proofs,
some
may
be
found
hitherto
unknown,
or
at
least
unpublished
in
Germany
;
for
it
was
dur-
ing
our
sojourn
in
a
foreign
land
that,
thanks
to
an
exceptionally
fortunate
chain
of
circumstances,
we
were
enabled
finally
to
unravelthe
mystery
of
this
dark
Association.
As
we
are
attacking
things,
and
not
individuals,
we
have
carefully
avoided
any
mention
of
the
names
of
persons
yet
living
;
and
this
reticence,
dictated
by
Christian
principle,
has
often
obligedus
merely
to
hint
at
what
we
would
fain
have
expressed
more
definitely.
We
here
wish
distinctly
to
assert,
as
we
shall
have
occasionrepeatedly
to
do
in
the
course
of
this
work,
that
we
do
not
impute
to
all
Freemasons
the
ultimate
aims
of
their
Secret
Society.
Few
 
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