THE ROTARY CLUB UNMASKED By Archimandrite Haralambos D. Vasilopoulos TABLE OF CONTENTS Translator’s Preface Intro !
ct"on C#a$ter %& T#e H"stor' of t#e Rotar' Cl!( *The Founding of the Rotary Club *The ame !Rotary" *#t Came to the !#nterested $nes" *"%angsterism" *Trusts and &upermar'ets *The Victory of the !#nterested $nes" *The ()pansion of the Rotary Club *The *orld+ide &taff *The Countries #n *hich They $perate *The Rotarian %roups That Are #n %reece Today C#a$ter )& *e Deno!nce+ *The Rotary Club #s an $rgan of ,asonry *Cleanthes- hymn to .eus C#a$ter ,& A Rotar' Con-ent"on *(ncyclical/Catapult against the Rotary C#a$ter .& T#e L"ons Cl!( *The ame *%oals/Aims *#n %reece *"They &ay and Do ot" *Crime0 *Are They %ood Christians0 *Chaine de Rotisseurs C#a$ter /& *#o T#e' Ser-e Un0"ll"n1l'2Un"ntent"onall'2Un3no0"n1l' *Abominable1 2et True *Chicago #n the Hands of Fiends *$ur Duty A$$en "4 A& Mason"c Me5(ers#"$ Recr!"t5ent A$$en "4 B& T#e Rotar' Cl!( an *orl 6o-ern5ent A$$en "4 C& Pan7C'$r"an C#r"st"an Mo-e5ent Blasts L"ons8 Sco!ts an Masons A$$en "4 D& More On t#e 6r"5es’ Case an R"t!al M!r er A$$en "4 E& T#e Ort#o o4 Co!nc"ls Con e5n"n1 Free5asonr' *The Act of the Church of Cyprus345467
*The Act of the Russian Church Abroad3489:7 *The Act of the Church of %reece348997 TRANSLATOR’S PREFACE The follo+ing boo' +as +ritten by one of the most ;ocal opponents against the e+ *orld $rder in %reece. #t should be noted that the original intended audience +ere %ree' $rthodo) Christians in %reece. For the reader +ho is unfamiliar +ith $rthodo)y and Hellenism1 the mindset of the author may be hard to comprehend. Ho+e;er1 despite this fact1 the information contained herein is ;aluable to all people of all creeds for it essentially deals +ith one aspect of the e+ *orld $rder +hich threatens all of humanity. #t is true there is a strong Christian undertone +ithin the te)t of this boo' 3+hich may offend non/ Christian and non/$rthodo) Christian readers71 but regardless of +hether the reader is Christian or not1 there is ;ery ;aluable information contained in the boo'1 much of +hich is una;ailable in the (nglish language. &ince this boo' +as originally +ritten in 48<=1 #-;e added 6 appendi)es +hich contain updated information on some of the content contained herein. INTRODUCTION The reason for +riting this boo' is t+o/fold> 1) The many letters #-;e recently recei;ed from ;arious Christians +hich gi;e me bitter complaints. Behold +hat someone +rote me> Up till now, everything you’ve written is good and holy. You’ve enlightened the world in relation to the work of the dark powers. Especially with your last two works—‘Ecumenism Without !ask’ and ‘"he Unmasking of "heosophy’. "ruly, they were two atomic #om#s$ each one thousands of megatons% &eads or tails our friend, the 'ope of (ome came and the #lack groups—the all)#lack *reemasonry—as well as everyone who supports them till today. What do they have to say now+ ,-’m of the opinion that these #ooks should #e compulsory reading not only for .rthodo/ 0reeks #ut all peoples of the earth so they can see what’s happening to them% "his is why the translation of these #ooks into foreign languages must happen more 1uickly2 But another person complained to me in his letter as follo+s>
*ather, you’ve written the 3ives of the 4aints, "he pocalypse E/plained, and have unmasked so many dark powers in order to save our race from the claws of the antichrists who’ve run amok all over the world recently and seek to e/terminate not only our .rthodo/y and 0reece, #ut also all of humanity. Yet, up to now, why haven’t you also written a#out the (otary+ 'erhaps you think they’re innocent and harmless+ s known, the (otary, together with the 3ions5and the various (otisseurs6 have recently spread activity in our land without precedent. .ur people certainly smell something. "hey distinctly feel that something suspicious e/ists #ehind all their action. nd their action is usually e/pressed in intensive feasts5indeed, also on *ast 7ays6. -t is even e/pressed in the #estowal of awards to the organs of order. nd so people feel distinctly suspicious. &owever, why haven’t you unmasked the (otary+ This1 then is the first reason for unmas'ing the Rotary? the letters of the people. 2) The second reason for +riting the present boo' +as the calling of the 49th @an/Hellenic Conference by the Rotary in Agrinios. #t started on April 491 48<9. #t +as a Friday of the &alutations. Although it +as %reat Aent and a Friday1 all of them sat at the table +ith meats1 in spite of the Fast. #n the e;ening1 at the &er;ice of the &alutations1 the priests in all the Churches spo'e ;ehemently against the Rotary1 saying that they play the Christian but they are antichrists and a branch of Freemasonry. After this1 all the assembly members of the Rotary3about 6BB7 +ent to Church the follo+ing &unday at the Cathedral of Agrinios1 in order to sho+ people that the Rotarians are good Christians. Ho+e;er1 the (ncyclical of the ,etropolitan of A'arnaniasCin +hich the Rotary is censured +ith infamyC+as read in Church. #t +as li'e boiling +ater upon the heads of the Rotarians. ,any of them became agitated1 yelled1 got up and left from the Church li'e demon/possessed1 protesting. #ndeed1 some cursed the ,etropolitan +ith unnamable phrases. And so1 these +ere the good Christians. After the disassembly of the con;ention1 the Rotarians of Agrinios found themsel;es in a difficult position. The priests ad;ised them to repent and return to the Church because they +ould not ha;e any relation +ith them. But the faithful Christians also ceased to ha;e any dealings or relations +ith them. *hoe;er +ere Rotarians literally got in trouble from their parents1 spouses and relati;es. #ndeed1 one Rotarian came to baptiDe some child but by no means
did the priest allo+ him. He said1 !$nly Christians can be a godparent. Ho+e;er1 you-re a Rotarian? you-re an antichristE" # +or'ed as a preacher in Aitoloa'arnanian for many years. This is +hy the Christians of Agrinios referred to me for help in the battle they +ere gi;ing to the Rotary. After all these things1 ho+ could # refuse to satisfy the reFuests of my $rthodo) brothers0 From far a+ay # could hear the roars of battle that occurred not in distant &+itDerland +here the enemy gatherings occur1 but +ithin the heart of our HomelandE # hear their ;oices burst out +ith the po+er of the Cross against the snea'y enemy1 that has destroyed our $rthodo) homeland for years. # don-t turn a deaf hear. # cannot remain indifferent. Together +ith all the burning $rthodo) Christians1 # tell them> !Courage brothersE *e-re comingE And +e-re bringing +eapons and ammunitionE The ammunition +e send you are deadly bombs against the enemy. They are the copies of this small boo'G" Anyone interested about our orthodo)y and Homeland should not remain unarmed. &catter these handbombs e;ery+here. $ur enemies don-t fear thoracic megatherium. either do they ha;e a lac' of money. And they use both in abundance. Ho+e;er1 they fear and tremble at only one thing1 the Truth. And this is because the Truth is of %od and they are of the de;il1 the father of lies. And so1 readers1 +e gi;e you the truth about the Rotary +ithin this little boo'E Hse it +ell and it +ill fracture. Try to get as many peopleCeither Rotarians or non/RotariansCto read it so they can be safeguarded. #f1 out of ignorance they +ere misguided and became antichrists1 they +ill not see %od-s face on Iudgment Day. But you also1 +ho are able to safeguard them and yet do nothing1 +ill ha;e a great responsibility. %od says1 !The one 'no+ing good and not doing1 it is sin unto him". Archimandrite Haralambos Vasilopoulos Abbot of the Holy ,onastery of the Bodiless @o+ers1 @etra'i AthensCIuly 48<=
CHAPTER I THE HISTORY OF THE ROTARY CLUB T#e Fo!n "n1 of t#e Rotar' Cl!(
(;erything dar' and antichrist is al+ays camouflaged in Freemasonry. The same thing occurs +ith the Rotary Club. #t is also a camouflaged display for today-s Rotary Club is nothing other than a disguised branch of Freemasonry? the antechamber1 as it has been characteriDed. The Rotary operates +here the ,asonic Aodges cannot act openly. The Rotary logo re;eals a lot to the e)perienced eye. The first Fuestion to as' is> !*hy is the Rotary logo not a simple +heel +hich +ould surely correspond more to its purpose0" The fact that it is a toothed +heel re;eals three possible things> a) (ither it is mo;ed by another unseen +heel. b) #t has an aim to mo;e other +heels. c) @erhaps it engages mens- gears +hich con;eys them to+ards further !+or'ing out" to other +heels of the in;isible machineE *e +ill deal +ith the Rotary logo in another chapter. #n this chapter1 +e +ill deal e)clusi;ely +ith the Rotary Club-s history. The Rotary Club +as born by a curious accident in the +orld+ide capital of crime and ;iolenceCChicago1 #llinois. #t +as founded on February :91 48B6. By a strange historical chance1 Aenin-s first Communist Re;olt in Russia occurred in 48B61 +ith the aid of the Ie+ish ban'ers1 &chiff1 Aohb and John as +ell as other Ie+s3many of +hom +ere established in Chicago7. aturally1 its surely a matter of simple coincidence. At any rate1 the Rotary Club +as founded by an American la+yer1 @aul @. Harris. His purpose +as !to unite prominent men of different professions +ho +ould try to impro;e their enterprises and products to+ards the better ser;ice of their fello+ man1 society in general and1 naturally1 of themsel;es." T#e Na5e 9Rotar': The Club +as called !Rotary" because the first members- meetings occurred alternately in the office or residence of one of its members once a +ee'. aturally1 this happened before Chicago became the most !re;ol;ing" city of America and the entire +orld. T#e Cl!( Co5es to t#e 9Intereste Ones:
All the in;estigations done on this subKect sho+ us the Club-s founder +as truly a sincere person. He +as an honorable American patriot and
antage to+ards their o+n interest and 0 the Club-s good aims. The +orld +as informed of this fact especially after the murder of Robert F. There are also many !distinguished" mobstersCboth in Chicago and else+here//+hose buttonholes are adorned +ith the Rotary symbol.afia princes came to the *hite House undisturbed1 Kust as no+ their champion1 Fran' &inatra1 in order to be publicly greeted by the @resident1 Vice/@resident1 their gentlemen and other elect of American high society. aturally1 this +as in the age that these !gentlemen"Cthat is1 the RosicruciansCstill posed as a secret . And so the Rotary Club-s success is +hat compelled those !interested ones" to be interested.e any relationship +ith Freemasonry or other similar groups. There is no doubt that from the beginning1 the Club achie. 96an1ster"s5: #t is no+ 'no+n to all that Chicago ga.e Ie+ish leaders as their head3as it is no+ +ith the Rotary Club7.e birth to gangsterism along +ith the Rotary.entry that the Rosicrucians in &+itDerland de. Jennedy by the Rosicrucian &irhan &irhan as +ell as the the %erman press.did not ha. Ho+e. Bac' then1 naturally1 the mafia had good relations and economic cooperation only +ith the !Holy &ee" and did not ha.ote themsel. Freemasons and the !Blac' . Hntil then1 these Rotarians +ere e)clusi.
.e.ed its goal. Thus1 than's to the appropriate !manipulation"1 the Club came to the !interested ones"Cby this +e do not mean that all its members1 both then and no+1 +ere dishonest. #t must also be noted that during the @rohibition years in America1 Chicago +as the first capitalE The .es to unspea'able orgies in the presence of small children3see TA (A1 :5L<L<:7.asonic order +ith noble aims.er1 this could not escape the attention of the !interested ones"3i.asons" behind them and +orse than them1 the !Rosicrucians"7. *e simply mean that those +ho stood in dar'ness too' ad. This +as also before it became 'no+n to all that their true goals +ere anything but noble.ely interested about political1 religious1 and financial enterprises.
idual initiati. .ernments of many countries.er1 the idea of supermar'etsC+hich stifled and still stifles the small1 poor family grocerC+as also born +ithin the halls of the Rotary Club.estment +ould be in the +ar industries. Thereafter they too' sa+ to the best arrangement of their products through the creation of +arsCthere +here they +ereEE (. #nstead of lubricate +ith oil1 it is lubricated +ith the blood and tears of unfortunate men. Then1 .ictory of the !interested ones" and thus the Rotary Club transferred to the city (. T#e E4$ans"on of t#e Rotar' Cl!( After a short time1 +hen the Rotary Club became 4O in America1 the Club-s representati. &ome +ill immediately recogniDe these initials as proceeding from the Aodge of the Blac' .er" and rotate the toothed +heel.erything is to occur !turno.oreo.e of small businessesC +as born +ithin the halls of the Rotary Club. T#e .C."ctor' of t#e 9Intereste Ones:
#n the past1 during one of the !symposiums"1 the hall had been adorned +ith .C. Finally1 this discord e)pired +ith the .arious symbols1 including the initials R. *e can cite lots of e)amples +hen these gangster trusts hurled the go. The dar' businessmen percei. aturally1 by satanic !coincidence"1 the initials R.ed their best in. And +hen the small grocer ceases to e)ist1 then a super grocer +ill feed usE And this super grocer or super ba'er +ill surly be a rotary 4BBME Today1 the frightening !trusts" not only undertoo' to feed1 +ater and clothe us monopolistically1 but they also strip us as recently happened +ith #$&1 of +hich the directors Nin' smeared7 in &+itDerland3+here else07.en beyond America1 stifling and annihilating e. T+o years later3484:71 +hen there +ere already
.ery personal indi.asons.arious frictions +ere created by people +ho did not +ant their Club to be connected in a Blac' mason den.es established the ational Association of Rotary Clubs3August1 484B7. can mean both the Rotary Club and Rosi/Crucians. Ho+e.er1 the money profits from drug smuggling1 the +hite flesh trade1 and casinoes must be in.ested some+here.anston1 #llinois.Tr!sts an
The terrible !Trusts" of the multinational corporationsC+hich spread out their terrible tentacles e.
. As occurs in e. The second offshoot is called Rotaract. They ha. Carter1 Battersea1 Aondon1 (ngland :7 Iohn C. Daeton1 Bellflo+er1 California1 H&A 97 (d+ard Henry de Iou)1 Hpper Hutt1 e+ . 4st Vice/@resident> Roland (. Floc'1 .$. There1 they channel their ideas and prepare them.I.1 Thomas.e their youth organiDations. #t has 419BB Clubs in 65 countries +ith :<1BBB members. As +ith e. #nteract +as founded in 48O: and it-s target is the youth.ealand =7 Ben F.ery .e Coo'1 ebras'a1 H&A 67 *alter Joch1 @orto Alegre1 Rio %rande Do &ul1 BraDil O7 Iames (.eyernin'1 . #t is for young men and +omen bet+een 45 and :5 years old.erything .antua1 $hio1 H&A 9rd Vice/@resident> JyoDo 2uasa1 To'yo1 Iapan Aincolnshire1
D#R(CT$R&> 47 *illiam C. T#e"r *orl 0" e Staff #n order for our readers to better Kudge our +ords on this subKect1 +e offer today-s348<:/<97 +orld+ide staff of the Rotary Clubs> @resident> Roy D. $ut of these1 O1B6: are found in America1 Canada1 and Bermuda? :1:6< in Aatin America? 414=O in %reat Britain and #reland? 41464 in Australia and e+ . Richardson1 %rimsby1 (ngland :nd Vice/@resident> Iules @.e. Rotaract +as founded in 48O5. Hic'man1 Birmingham1 Alabama1 H&A.ement1 most of the !'ey" positions of the Rotary are found in the hands of Anglo &a)ons and their cousins of the Americas.ille1 orth Carolina1 H&A <7 Cornelius %. #t didn-t ta'e hold here in %reece1 despite all the attempts.asonic mo.ealand1 and the rest in Africa. .enbergen (. Hormel1 .e stagnation in poor business.asonic1 the Rotary Club also ha.many Rotary Clubs1 in and outside of America1 the #nternational Association of Rotary Clubs +as founded. Today348<971 the rotary has 4619BO Clubs in 4=8 countries. This is because the thrice/accursed Freemasonry is mainly rooted in their o+n countries and rendered such rich fruits +hich +ould finally also destroy them. Aambeth Ir. $ne of these offshoots is called #nteract and concerns young men and +omen of the gymnasiums +ho belong to 91BBB Clubs in O5 countries +ith O61BBB members.
ealand @eru &outh Africa BraDil etherlands or+ay
.ania1 H&A 87 %iulio Antonio VenDo1 Trento1 #taly 4B7 %erald R. *ooll1 &t.e the +orld+ide operation of Rotary Clubs1 5 are Americans1 = are of the British Common+ealth and only = are !foreigners"E T#e Co!ntr"es In *#"c# T#e' Act2O$erate *e offer belo+ the full picture of the Rotary-s +orld+ide acti.57 %eorge Hhlig1 Ardmore1 @ennsyl.anston1 #llinois1 H&A TR(A&HR(R Aloyd Hollister1 *ilmette1 #llinois1 H&A This sho+s that out of the 4O +ho comprise the brain and mo.e been established in .arious countries.e)ico e+ . &te+art1 (. Catherines1 $ntario1 Canada %( (RAA &(CR(TAR2 Harry A. 48B6 484B 4844 4844 4844 484: 484O 484< 484< 4845 4845 4848 4848 4848 4848 4848 48:B 48:4 48:4 48:4 48:4 48:4 48:4 48:: 48:: 48:: H&A Canada (ngland #reland orthern #reland &cotland Cuba @araguay *ales @uerto Rico Hrugay Argentina #ndia @anama @hilippines Republic of China Iapan Australia France .ity today348<97 and the years in +hich clubs ha.
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TanDania &outh *est Africa &urinam Vietnam .aire republic Burundi #ran #.alagasy French @olynesia %uyana Iamaica epal R+anda %abon &an .ory Coast Iordan &+aDiland British Honduras Cameron Central African Republic Chad @eople-s Republic of Congo %uadeloupe Jhmer Republic Aiechtenstein .ala+i Tur'ey .ambia Brunei Angola (thiopia .arino Bahamas .ali Republic Haiti e+ Caledonia igeria Reunion &omalia
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Barbados Trinidad and Tobago &ierra Aeone Aiberia .auritius .oDambiFue Bahrain Comoro #slands Dahomey *est #ndies Associated &tates %ibraltar Afars and #ssas3French regions7 .alta iger Republic Afghanistan Faroe #slands &aipan &i''im Togo Tonga Virgin #slands3British7 American &amoa Coo' #slands &eychelles #slands Tunisia #ndonesia *estern &amoa Bots+ana e+ Hebrides
T#e Rotar"an 6ro!$s T#at Are In 6reece To a' 47 Agrinion :7 Athens/ orth 97 Ale)Lpolis =7 Aigion 67 Athens O7 Amalias <7 Volos 57 2iannitsa 87 Drama 4B7 Hera'lion 447 Thessaloni'i 4:7 Jabala 497 Jalamata 4=7 Jer'yra
e publicly accused that the late3unfortunately unrepentant7 (cumenical @atriarch1 Athengoras # +as a 99rd degree . They called us obscurants1 mentally deranged1 fanatics1 o.asonic paper1
. The unco.i.e in the brilliant and infinite light of Christ-s.isit and the deplorable .ionism7 and the Rotary1 Aions1 and Rotisseurs Clubs play the role of their substitute. #f1 recently1 the Rotary-s great acti. b) #n many countries it-s impossible for actual .ering +as through the publication of a .ayor of Athens ga.467 4O7 4<7 457 487 :B7 :47 ::7 :97 :=7 :67 :O7 :<7 :57 :87
Jomotini Aamia Aarissa .ason1 +e encountered an unprecedented outcry from all1 especially from his brothers in Aucifer.er1 +ith %od-s help +e endured and perse.ered our o+n country. But the time of general cleansing has comeE The Auciferianism-s spiders and miasms cannot sur.e him the 'eys of the cityE *ell doneE CHAPTER II *E DENOUNCE+ #n the past1 +hen +e ha.asonic lodges to e)ist3due to political and religious opposition to+ards international .ytilene auplion Panthi @atras @eiraieus @yrgos Rhodes &erres Tri'ala Tripolis Hal'is @hiliatra
(. #n %reece1 +hen freemasonry +as condemned by the Iustice of the &tate1 they thre+ the burden on the Rotary.erDealous in religion1 and e.ered1 and +e unco.asonic .ered this secret co.ed in many countries1 this is due to the fact that> a) Rotary Clubs are the antechamber of Freemasonry and a fishing place of members through this. The officials paid a . #ndeed1 their %eneral Commander came to Athens.eils.ery city became the 'not of the .isible +eb that also co.erything elseE Ho+e.ered by dar' .asonic spider-s in.ity has been obser.
three mem#ers of the (oyal *amily "o co)serve with him in *reemasonryG the 7uke of Fonnos as 0rand !aster. 4till. of 3odge 8.ious action of these antechambers of .rthodo/ =hurch in =onstantinople. &e served as 'rovincial 0rand !aster perisphery 4arro.E’s6. former Fing of England.e been silenced after this re. -nitiated in 3odge AB8 of @ohnson =ity. "&E<0.* W-<74.asonry today +hich camouflages destructi. 7UFE .ementCthat it is an organ of +orld+ide . "e/as. merica. and the #eginning of the present year. Ecumenical 'atriarch of the Eastern .arch 48<9 issue1 of the .CE(. former 'resident of the U4 .< @.
3Y<7.( 4 -.iest accusation against the Rotary mo. + medal of the 4upreme 'eristyle of the (oyal rch. The fullness of time has come and +e publicly pronounce the hea.asonry 3Rotary and Aions Clubs7 +ho contaminate our holy place +ith their suspicious actionsE These 'ind of people don-t ha. some who had served in *reemasonry. E70 ( &.rder of 7emolay.e slogans and goals.(.. more prominent men have #een translated.e already condemned it as an antichrist religionCunpatriotic and obKect in good customsC+e summon all the competent and faithful floc' of our $rthodo) Church to put an end to the de. &e was a >>rd 7egree. n active mem#er of the =ouncil of the .. & ((Y "(U! <. &e possessed the highest degree5>>6 of the ncient and ccepted (ite of 4cottish *reemasonry.asonic Bulletin of .ided that the Kudicial and ecclesiastical authorities ha.asonic &taff of Acharnon RoadE And no+ our condemners and doubters ha.&<4.arch 48<9> TRANSLATED TO THE ETERNAL EAST 7uring the past year of 89:. the 7uke of York and 'rince rthur as provincial 0rand !aster. &ead of the *D-.e +or' underneath decepti. Washington5from the 89. former 'resident of the United 4tates of 0rand !aster of !issouri5>>?6.e a place in %reece.<. @ro. T#e Rotar' Cl!( Is An Or1an of Masonr'
.elationE The follo+ing is a translation from the official %ree' . -nitiated in 8989..
O7 As +ith all Auciferic organiDations1 the Rotary Club also has its (uropean Center in &+itDerland.al of cassoc's and long traditional beards. 67 $n more than one occasion1 the Rotarians ha.RA3@an/Religion71 and .ertise Blac' . c7 They ad. 3) The Rotarians follo+ the same tactic as . Their 48<9 *orld Conference too' place in AoDanni1 &+itDerland3.ernment1 +hich is also the chief aim of Freemasonry1 .asons.our of clerical marriage and the remo.asonry.AJ(D$ #A"1 44.asonsCspecific ceremonial admittances of ne+ proselytes1 helping one another1 conferences and meetings1 the youth organiDations1 etc. From e. 4) *hen the Holy &ynod of the Church of %reece forbade the Rotarians from being godparents in an $rthodo) Baptism1 the Theosophists attac'ed +ith unprecedented animosity against the Church> !$nce againE The Herodias of religious intolerance and obscurantism ragesG"1 they +rote in their periodical1 !#lissos"3 Vol.erse by . b7 They teach that man must try to place himself in the Hni.ionism.asonry in. 2et1 +hy did the Theosophists ta'e on the defense of the Rotary0 &imply because the Theosophists also belong to the same shop of .irtue of his 'no+ledge and e)perience and +ith the presupposition that .48O81 the speech of &oterios Faltse1 assistant professor at the Hni.ay 49/4<7 +ith the participation of 461BBB members from all o. :7 The specific symbol of the prominent Rotarians has the monogram of the Theosophist Auciferians in the middle? namely1 the blac' and +hite triangle in interlaced form +ith the blac' triangle turned do+n+ards.ery+hereE
.asonry.edical &chool7. They freFuently organiDe their international conferences there.agic as a hobby1 Kust as the Blac' .er the +orld.ysticism is the chief tool and meansE3see !. 46=7.erything +e censured there1 one can be firmly persuaded that today-s .isibly directs the Rotary Club in order to ser. 4B=1 p.4:.e put for+ard> a7 The idea of *orld %o.e its purposes. 7) The (cumenical @atriarch Athengoras # 3a 99rd degree mason7 had once pledged in fa.*e base our accusation upon the follo+ing points> 1) *e sa+ in the Rotary-s history ho+ the once good $rganiDation of Rotarians came into the hands of . ot much time passed after this statement before the enthusiastic Rotarians immediately hastened to organiDe symposiums in his honour e.ersity .
Your eternal. the *irst =ause of <ature. 4o great is the servant which you hold in your invinci#le hands. nd with it you guide the universal Word of (eason which moves through all creation. spinning around the earth. ccordingly. The Catholic Church issued an encyclical on 44. who rules all things with 3aw. two)edged lightning)forked thunder#olt. 11) The !prayer" of the Rotarians is also in .asonry both before and after **##. &ail% -t is right for mortals to call upon you.asonic !measures" because it does not mention Christ-s name any+hereE #ndeed1 +e ha. !ingling with the great sun and the small stars. ever all) powerful.asonic manner1 that !the ideas of Rotary are found in absolute harmony +ith all the religions of the earth"3Freemasonry declares the same thing7. Heus. we whose lot it is to #e 0od’s image. 489< issue1 @rague7.4.eusE For the sa'e of our readers1 +e cite this prayer belo+> Cleant#es’ H'5n to <e!s !ost glorious of the immortals. "he whole universe. invoked #y many names.
. 4B7 The !constitution" or esoteric regulation of the Rotary directly states1 in a more .boo'1 !Rotarismus"1 Tallin1 (stonia1 4895? and in the periodical1 !V(H#"1 &ept. 4ince from you we have our #eing.will praise you with my hymn and ever sing of your might.ichael Bars. Dy its strokes all the works of nature came to #e esta#lished.e information that the thought already e)ists in some Rotarian circles to replace the !prayer" in Fuestion +ith another oneC+hich also doesn-t mention Christ1 but rather . We alone of all mortal creatures that live and move upon the earth.asonic and philo/Dionist centers that pursued dar' aims3These things are mentioned in detail in . 0oes wherever you lead it and is willingly guided #y you. .8) The $rthodo) and Catholic Church had condemned Rotarians as suspect .4864 and in 48651 the Church of %reece ordered> !Hntil the Rotarians liFuidate their position against the Church1 the abstinence of the Clergy from the Rotary groups and conferences is enKoinedG" #n 48<=1 the Church of %reece forbade the allo+ance of Rotarians to be godparents in $rthodo) baptisms since1 due to the nature and beliefs of the organiDation1 a Rotarian cannot be considered a reliable sponsor +ho +ould pay the obligations and pledges of a godparent in full. 87 After Hitler-s ascent1 the %erman nation had closed all the Rotary Clubs as .
any ames"3. we may render honor to you in return.ing . The .eno1 +rote this hymn/prayer.er !Ha. "hey do these foolish things.i. #t appears that the in. time and again. shrouded in dark clouds and holding the vivid #right lightning. giver of all. Clenathus1 the stoic philosopher and disciple of .eal to public opinion +ho these antichrists are that +ant to ma'e us idolaters at all cost in the midst of the :Bth century.. without you nothing comes to #e on earth. if they o#ey it intelligently. as #efits mortals$ *or there is no greater glory for men . honored in this way.asonry.ing . nd sing your deeds unceasingly. no matter how godlessly it is ac1uired$ .ior-s coming1 his dar' enemies impose3re. poor wretches$ "hough they are desirous of good things for their possession. &oon1 +e +ill re. *e remind the reader of only some of the names of the decei. He succeeded his teacher in the scholarion of the Aodge. the good with the #ad.RA" and the dar' chambers and antechambers of .any ames"> BeeDulbub1 Bathomet1 &atan1 Aucifer1 etc. nd yet. &o1 418<= years after the &a. "his Word. (escue men from painful ignorance.e many namesE
.ed from 994/:9: BC. into one. He li. they would have the good life. "hey neither see nor listen to 0od’s universal 3aw. evil mortals flee. nd how to #ring order forth from chaos$ and even that which is unlovely and lovely to you.ery Christian prayer. nor in the sea. .arious propagandists for !the need to return to the religion of our ancestors"Cnamely the 4: %ods of $lympusCare multiplying both +ithin and outside of %reece.ers ha. eagerly defeating all they really wish for. 4catter that ignorance far from their hearts.thers are set on making money without any orderly principles in their lives$ nd others are #ent on ease and on the pleasures and delights of the #ody. The !$ne Ha. 4o that the eternal Word of all came to #e one.eus7 came much to the measure of the dar' groups of !. Dut they are senselessly driven to one evil after anotherG 4ome are eager for fame. nd are swept along. 4o that. Heus. nd deign to rule all things in Iustice. E/cept what evil men do in their folly.r for gods than to Iustly praise the universal Word of (eason. *or thus you have Ioined all things. however.e7 this prayer in substitution of e. <either in the region of the heavenly poles. Dut you know how to make e/traordinary things suita#le. 0od.iolable rule is decei.
#oannis Athanasopoulou1 Director of the Ban' of %reece in @atras1 made a defense +hich +as published in Iune1 461 48<91 in the ne+spaper !@eloponneses".o'ed our surprise> 1) .erbatim1 !Gman must try to place himself in the uni.CHAPTER III A ROTARY CON.ENTION !$ut of thy mouth # +ill Kudge theeG" The material . Athansopoulos +rites .en one relation +ith mysticism and its meetings occur publicly".e comprised first in this little boo' of ours. Ho+e. Ho+e.idently to all those +ho dare react to the !great +or' of the Rotarians".r.en 'no+ this much1 ho+ +ill you 'no+ +hat-s happening behind the Rotary0 @erhaps you recei.48O871 +e read the +ords of Rotarian and assistant uni.ersity
. But e.a'edonias"344.etropolitan of Aitolo'arania1 Theo'letos and e.e out some of the precious elements1 +e thin' it +ould be a great omission not to deal +ith a certain Rotarian-s attempt of a defense. #ndeed1 there are so many Rotarian pearls in this defense that +e could not a.4:.oid the temptation to dedicate an entire chapter to it. The response to this ta'es a more general character? it is simultaneously a response to all Rotarians. Behold some of the inaccuracies that pro.erse by ." And li'e simple people +e fell into the thought> $ne +ho is a ban' director says the first thingsE An assistant uni.ersity professor1 &oterios Faltse1 again . 2et1 in the ne+spaper1 !. This defense +as published in the form of a response to the .er1 it contains so many inaccuracies that it truly ma'es us surprised at the gross ignorance of the attempt to defend the Rotarian !ideal". Athanasopoulos0 &ince you do not e. Athanasopoulos +rites in Iune1 48<91 that throughout the +orld the Rotarian groups that comprise the !chain" are 4=1BBB.olume +hich +e gathered about the Rotary-s acti.ity is so great that +e truly don-t 'no+ +hat +e should ha.r.ed an order to respond0 2) The honorable .irtue of his 'no+ledge and e)perience and +ith the presupposition of mysticism as the chief tool and means.r.en if +e are compelled to lea.erbatim> !The Rotary is not a secret organiDation1 it does not ha.e e.er1 +ithout us being Rotarians1 +e 'no+ that it is e)actly 4619BO? not mentioning the 91BBB #nteract groups and 419BB Roteract groupsE Ho+ is it that you ha.e so much ignorance of Rotarian things1 .
Ho+e.ery honorable person.etropolitan Theo'letosCthat !the encyclical-s contentGis full of inaccuracies"Crather concerns himselfE $n the one hand1 perhaps someone could Kustify +hate. But on the other hand1 such a gross lie +hich the Rotaries themsel.e a lot of education and life e)perience. .es to be sought and studied by e.4.asons0 Because after the +ord Aord1 his nameC+hich these Rotarians a.ised to study the relati. He says that it +ould be good for the relati. Athanasopoulos.es ser.er1 can he responsibly tell us +ho this !Aord" is0 @erhaps it-s the %reat Architect of the .able ignorance of their o+n matters1 can only pro.ery !cautious" person.3)
professor says the second thingsE Both of them ha. To the in.r Athansopoulos +rites that the Rotary adopted the basilica of (piros1 homeland of @atriarch Athengoras1 of +hom he also Fuotes e)tracts of his letter to the Rotary of %reece.er the .ement.e findings in the Holy &ynod-s archi. *hy do they a.er1 because +e feared that .e encyclical of the Hierarchy of %reece of 4865 and in the case that it is @apal or Hniate1 the @apal (ncyclical of 44.etropolitan +rote out of ignorance1 not 'no+ing the entire Auciferic depth of Rotary.r. Ho+e. But +hat does he find astonishing in this0 $r perhaps once again1 as one !unstudied"1 he did not 'no+ +hen he +rote his letter of !admonitions" to .ery !unstudied" in this case also1 in our turn +e ad.e as much education as they do1 but +e see the lies and deceit at first glanceG @roceeding thus1 +e see ho+ . The honorable Ban' Director +rites that the Rotarian &ymposiums start +ith prayer1 the first +ords of +hich are1 !Aord1 bless this symposium". But one of the t+o are surely telling big lies and attempt to decei. Athanasopoulos is .r.o'e the +rath of e. But the %ree' people 'no+ .e usG#t-s possible that +e don-t ha.e us1 together +ith the unforgi.etropolitan Theo'letos1 that unfortunately the late @atriarch Athengoras +as a Freemason of the 99rd degree0 *e do not 'no+ +here to render this point.oid mentioning the name of the !Aord" they are addressing0 At any rate1 +e Christians said and +ill say clearly and plainly1 !$ur Aord1 Iesus ChristE" *hy don-t the Rotarians mention our Aord Iesus Christ by name0 .phrases addressed to .4864 on this subKect. #n other points of his defense1 the eminent Rotarian +rites about entire ro+s of the Rotary-s !philanthropic" +or's1 e.oid mentioningCal+ays follo+s.r.idently in order to impress.oluntary attempt of our deceit or simply to gross ignorance. Athanasopoulos +rites that years ago1 the Holy &ynod of %reece consigned to commission an application of the Rotary and the broadening of the Rotarian mo.ery +ell +hat
. At the &ymposium of Rotarians in Agrinio1 many unorthodo) things +ere chec'ed. =hinese and @apanese.48<97 +rites> "he former captain of (otary. And if he falsely ans+ers1 +e +ill tell him the truth. religion #eyond the #oundaries of every country$ the religion of each one of us. human messages and activities—the concentric circles that help man to his ascent high in the #oundlessness of the lake of life.rthodo/ =hristians and deployed the theme. #lack and white. orthodo/ and protestant. *hereas1 +hen the sna'es stay hidden inside1 they fatten. Finishing this brief chapter1 +e consider it to be a mista'e on our part not to mention +e feel niether hate nor contempt for the honourable #oannis Athanasopoulos and the Rotary in +riting all these things. ‘. @ust as throwing a stone in a calm and 1uiet lake creates tens of concentric circles which are lost within its #oundlessness. ‘-t would #e easier for one to find soil not touching any soil than to find the (otary far from religion. !r. ‘"he religion of every man. !enas Cergis.ason himself0" #f he doesn-t ans+er then it means he is. Behold +hat the ne+spaper !$rthodo) Typos"346.6. he also said the following clearly unorthodo/ and ecumenistic thingsG ‘. This is because there is not one dar' organiDation +hich did not busy itself in %reece +ith !philanthropy" after the +ar. *e do not struggle against them1 but rather against the idea of Rotary and the dar' po+ers that are hidden behind itE Contrarily1 +e than' him for gi. thus also the (otary resem#les this lake which in its #oundlessness are lost tens of concentric circles of human #ehavior. *e +armly recommend him to read this small composition of ours +ith the a+e of attention and ans+er us only one Fuestion> !#s he or is he not a .these !philanthropies" are and +hat these !philanthropies" of the enemies of $rthodo)y and ation usually pursue. ‘"he (otaryG 4upporter of (eligion’% mongst other things. undertook to refute the accusation that the (otarians are not faithful .ing us such arguments.would like to start my speech with a simile. ‘-t is very difficult for someone to try to unravel and analyJe two notions so tightly #ound #etween them with a common #asis and goal.ne of these concentric circles that includes the lake of (otary is religion. #ndeed1 +e as' them to +rite because +hen sna'es come out of their nests1 someone can 'ill them. ‘ small review and return to the (otarian message always #ears it a supporter of religion.
7. .etropolitan Theo'letos unleashed the follo+ing encyclical for this mo. lso worthy of note is the information that testifies to the (otary’s relationship with *reemasonryG ‘Under the (otarian 0roup of grinio. and !em#ers58>. 89:> "o the &oly =lergy and pious people of our &oly !etropolis.r. its #irth and spreading out keeps a#solutely in step with religion. and 8Ath of the current month of pril. with a view to illumine our. the connective link of the (otarian movement’s ideology. We consider an o#ligation imposed out of our mission. (enaissance. it was decided to found an organiJation which would undertake the works for the restoration of the ancient temple of . lso we desired to safeguard the faith of our 3ord #y informing its people not to have any participation or mingling whatsoever in the a#ove conference. We launched our present encyclical after #eing informed that on the 8>th.able . K pril.9.48<97.
. 8Kth.5.ocation of the !Rotary" @an/Hellenic Conference in Agrinio1 .58>.>.A. ‘Why *reemasonry is not a (eligion’L% Enc'cl"cal7Cata$!lt A1a"nst t#e Rotar' By reason of the con. the (otarian 0roup of grinio offered a formal symposium in the 'ark. #y chance. ‘3ove and friendship amongst persons and to peoples and service to men and society$ in a few words. -n this manner.K. on a *riday during 0reat 3ent.‘"he idea.m.4trateio 7iosL5-#id.6 *inally. Athanasopoulos1 the Ban' Director of @atras1 attempted to ans+er this encyclical. &owever.89:>6 on the su#Iect.89:>6.89:>6. according to Iournalistic information.'anaitolikiL 8A. the 8>th 'an)&ellenic =onference of the (otary =lu# will convene in the city of grinio with its pious and magnificent people. uninformed and good dispositioned =hristians. at 8Ep. the (otary 0eneral of 7.asonic organiDation3under Q4::<L9. "siropinas is a !ason and spoke at the 0eneral ssem#ly of the 'rovider. *raterniJation. "siropinas was also amongst the groups. characteristic of (otarian ‘piety’ is the violation of the 0reat 3ent *ast. For the sa'e of our readers1 +e cite the full te)t> !esolonggio.
=ontrarily. !any 1uestions are provoked through certain of its activities which show suspicious signs in contrast to =hristianity.foundL.antecham#erL of !asonry.we serveL. as the (otarians themselves confess. . 5) -n the . at times for#idding the participation in (otarian symposiums due to pertinent 1uestions of the rch#ishop589A8. "hey accomplished the miracle of 8M.<o one is a#le to serve two mastersL. they happen to #e faithful children of the =hurch. there is not one mention a#out the 4avior =hrist or the &oly "rinity. etc.We e/pose the following with a#solutely no disposal of hostility against anyone. we suggest more care on the part of our readers and we counsel that whatever mingling they have in the (otarian movement5discussions.rganiJation has a tight relation and affinity to *reemasonry. 3) -n the form of syncretism5namely a mi/ture of religious #eliefs which they . and 89:E6. &owever. it is not necessary for one to #e a (otarian to apply this since this is the very first command of =hristianity.rganiJation.6G .practice of philosophyL.prominent mem#erL of 0reek !asonry. "he 89AM encyclical certainly seeks the (otary to settle their position. 89AM. =hristianity is not found in harmony towards the rest of the creeds$ it stands a#ove them as the only uni1ue revelation. the first . 7) "he &oly 4ynod of the =hurch of 0reece and the &oly 4ynod of our &ierarchy maintained many reservations against the (otary . possessing the truth out of revelation.uur forefathers struggled united underneath our flag and succeeded in carrying out the &oly 4truggle for <ational (e#irth.'rayerL #efore the conference.cousinL. 1) "he (otary . trying to reconcile the irreconcila#le6. if.8 with this faith in the =rucified @esus% 96 *or the a#ove reasons. that is. while the head of an idolatrous deity is depicted in their #anner. symposiums. 8) =ertainly. -t is vaguely and a#stractedly addressed to the divine. one of the #asic slogans is . . and the . &is =hristian attri#ute
. the esta#lishment of the (otarian 0roup constitutes an offense against our &oly =hurch. 4) "he international character of the (otary is evident.first depotL. #ut also without hesitation or fear for the discontent which it will pro#a#ly provoke.introductionL to it. 6) With the symposiums and discussions of the .=aptainL of the (otary in 0reece was a . -ndeed. Whoever wants to #e a true =hristian is not a#le to simultaneously #e a (otarian. characteriJed knowingly as . it comprises something which accurately constitutes the depreciation of the religion of =hrist. . 2) large percentage of (otarians also happen to #e *reemasons.
6oals2A"5s The officially proposed plans of the Aions are> 47 Create and foster a spirit of understanding among the people of the +orld3Freemasonry also pursues this7. &e doesn’t need anything else.e the mo. -n knowledge of our responsi#ility towards 0od and man5for this reason we are una#le to remain silent$ this would constitute the #etrayal of our *aith and mission6. we add that =hrist.action in %reece is insignificant and mainly limits itself to the self/ser.idual clubs into one strong influential club +ith the goal of helping the community and ser.es to report only the follo+ing fe+ things about the Aions. For the time being1 the Aions. "he (otary has nothing new to offer him. Their clubs amount to :915B<.our"34 @et.asonic antechamber1 the Rotary1 +e also ha. #t has 84916:: members in all the +orld and centers in 4=6 countries. Today348<971 it has a staff of :OB !specialists". Iust li'e the Rotary1 the organiDation has its headFuarters in the capital of international crime1 Chicago3!Aions #nternational" :B8 north . for whom we certainly pray in love. THE LIONS CLUB T#e Na5e @arallel +ith the .ernment and good citiDenship.ing humanity. #t began in Iune 484< +hen a young Chicago insurance agent1 .1 Chicago1 #A1 H&A7.ice of its members. 6>57. For the present1 then1 +e +ill also limit oursel. the &ope of the world.in Iones1 presented to a group of separate business clubs the idea of consolidating the indi. The +ord !Aions" brings to mind a passage from the Bible +hich tal's about the de. the uni1ue 4avior.suffices and he should #e proud a#out this. waits the return of our carried away #rothers from ignorance. "he !etropolitan CHAPTER I.ement of its !other branch"1 the Aions Club1 here in %reece.il. :7 To promote the principles of good go.ichigan A.
.el. The &criptures say that1 !the de.il1 as a roaring lion1 +al'eth about1 see'ing +hom he might de.e. With 'aternal #lessings.
er1 the A has another meaning> a7 The initial of the +ord Aucifer +hich means !Aight/bearer"1 !&atan"1 etc. They also freFuently carry out their international con.asonic spider to abandon its ca.asonic symbol. O7 To encourage ser.es here in %reece tell us these things.ic1 cultural1 social and moral +elfare of the community.olution that destroyed the country of the $rthodo) nations? Russia. At the same time1 +e summon our %ree' brothers +ho +ere entangled by ignorance or snobbism in the dar' +eb of the . b) #t represents the right/angled ruler that1 in combination +ith the pair of compasses1 is the international . Iust as the Rotary and all the . oE There are other aims of all these dar' organiDations +hich +e also denounce.e their community +ithout personal financial re+ard1 and to encourage efficiency and promote high ethical standards in commerce1 industry1 professions1 public +or's1 and pri.e their second !epicenter" in &+itDerland.heads on either side and the inscription1 !Aions/ #nternational".ice/minded people to ser.entions here 3mainly in
.e the sooner and return to the uniFue1 straight road of Christ and %reece. =7 To unite the clubs in the bonds of friendship1 good fello+ship1 and mutual understanding. At least the Aions themsel.e interest in the ci.ice1 +e could offer photocopies of a plethora of clippings from the %ree' @ress1 e. 67 To pro.97 To ta'e an acti.en though the high society Aions say that they-re mainly interested in> a7 Agriculture b7 Children of young age c) The de. aturally1 this is for !public consumption". This organiDation prints the monthly periodical1 !The Aion .ors. #n reality1 ho+e. The official logo of the Aions is a circle +ith an A in the middle and it has t+o lions.ate endea.er1 that politics and religion shall not be debated by club members. *e don-t 'no+ if it-s due to simple coincidence1 but the Aions +ere founded in 484<1 the year of the :nd Communist Re. #n order for our readers to be better persuaded that the Aions are mainly occupied +ith their self/ser.agaDine"1 +hich is published in 4: languages.ide a forum for the open discussion of all matters of public interest? pro.asonic camouflaged organiDations1 the Aions also ha.ided1 ho+e.elopment of @atriotismE *oe and thrice +oe if +e %ree' $rthodo) Christians e)pect to be taught all these things by the Aions.
aturally1 the +ord autonomous is used symbolically because as in e.e about 41BBB members. mechanical engineer)electrician. FalantJopoulos is K9 years old. Electrical Engineers.ernor of the 44<th District through the period of 48<9L48<=. activities and automatism53ondon.asons1 Rotary1 etc. !r. o+ their 44< District contains 9B clubs1 :B of +hich +ere established in the last decade. And the !Acropolis"36.*. such as the merican -nstitute of =ivil Engineers.=. he has spoken and taken part in pu#lic de#ates on various technical issues.anguard.6.asonic1 e.rganiJation of 3ions for 0reece and =yprus. The Aions are also ardent adherents of the restoration of idolatrous !holy" places1 +hich +ould prepare the return to Apollo +orship and the remaining !gods".alid.erything . The Aions also labour for the constriction of !brotherly relations" +ith their borthers in Aucifere1 the Tur's 3Kust as the . aturally1 the election +as also ratified by the #nternational Board of Directors of the Aions1 because other+ise it +ould be in. &e has worked in the 7EE since 89A8 in which today he is the highest technical e/ecutive. &e continued as the -nstructor E. &e is a mem#er of many international technical organiJations.=. he is occupied with the influence of technological
.afia1 the Aions also ha. &e has pu#lished many scientific works. #n 48<91 the Oth ational Aions Conference too' place in Athens +hich promoted Demetrios JalatDopoulos3ci. #ut more specifically. Being +arm adherents of !Humanism"1 the Aions also do not deny they are also its . Ai'e the . . &e has also done post)graduate studies in the U4 in the area of electrical energy. 7emetrios FalantJopoulos was elected 0overnor of the -nternational . organiJation and administration of enterprises.Aausanne7.e their !%odparents/&ponsors". &e is a civil engineer. =-0(-.erything is guided by unseen .!. "okyo. etc.asons1 Rotary and ..asonic reinsE The Aions made their appearance in %reece in about 486=. etc. actively representing the technical world in many international conventions.48<97 +rites> *or the third time. a special mem#er of -. These 9B clubs ha. do7.il engineer1 mechanical engineer1 and electrician7 as %o. In 6reece Both %reece and Cyprus comprise the Q44< complete and autonomous district of the Aions. human relations. of the 'olytechnic and 7irector of the "echnical =ham#er of =ommerce of 0reece.
"oulousse.civiliJation upon the thought of the human factor and human relations. 7uring the Bth <ational =onvention of thens. Ho+ is it possible for them to labour for sa. 'almas. 2et1 +e +ould as' them to e)plain to us some things +hich1 unfortunately1 +e cannot understand +ithout their help.en-t deployed and their importance in this sector.):>.ing the en.ery opportunity there is no beneficial branch for social action they ha. "aorminas . Both the Rotarians and Aions are literally !torn" to say at e. 'resident of the =ommittee of ctivities and 0eneral =hairman of the European =onvention of thens. he was appointed #y the -nternational 3ions as 0overnor of 7istrict 88:50reece and =yprus6 for the period 89:8):. n active mem#er of the European =ouncil. he took part in the European =onventions in 3ausanne. he was also elected 0overnor for the period of 89:>):K.Care the main ones responsible for the pollution of our seas0 They ruined our seashoresE The fish and other sea creaturesC+hich +as the food of our peopleCdiedE They 'illed our sandy beachesE And huge bulldoDers and grinders uprooted enormous tracts +ith our centuries/old oli.EEE active mem#ers. &e was the founding mem#er and first 0eneral 4ecretary of the 3ions =lu# in thens from 89AK. 'resident of the =lu# of thens) 'atesia. Fortunately1 the
.8.e treesE *hy0 $ur entire people as' +hy0 @erhaps because for :1BBB years1 the oil that burns in front of the &+eet/Jissing Rueen/of/All came from the blessed fruit of the oli.e tree0 #ndisposed before this inKustice and manifest high+ay robbery1 our people are Kustly indignant and they curse those +ho they 'no+ are responsible. The same photograph and e)actly the same te)t +as published in the Acropolis and other ne+spapers36. Within a decade. *hat a coincidenceE 9T#e' Sa' an Do Not:
And no+ +e +ill e)amine one other subtle matter. &is election was ratified #y the -nternational Doard of directors.48<97. the num#er of =lu#s has increased from 8E to >E$ accomplishing *ull5self)powered6 7istrict and a#out 8.ironment and ma'e special speeches on this subKect +hile the members of their Club Call the industrialists1 chemists1 share holders of factories1 etc. and 89:. the conservation of the environment and the leading role of individuals and their contri#ution to the social whole.
er speeches against crime and the mafia0 $r perhaps they +ould upset the .oid that it lac'ed for their souls.e that has spread e.ery+here0 Ho+ can one be interested about the summer mission1 young boys and girls in camps in order to breath clean air and strengthen their bodies and yet not be interested that they could be raped in the most beastly manner1 or learn to smo'e mariKuana0 Ho+e. Hnfortunately1 the number of adherents of this idea in Athens increases continuously and manyCup
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*e 'no+ +ell that the *orld+ide &taff of !%ahalla" e)erts enormous effort primarily for the disappearance of Christianity 3especially in the .er1 because the unprecedented strands of more detestable crimes has already reached e.ernment recently nullified many permits of e)propriation. And so the destruction of the en.the areas sprout and are contaminated +ith unprecedented crimes1 before +hich the blood of all honorable people freeDes0 *hy1 since there are e.en policemen amongst the members of the clubs in Fuestion1 are there ne.ery+here the .en our $rthodo) %reece1 +e +ill deal e)tensi.en the minutest thing to hinder the crime+a.editerranean Basin71 and also the replacement of Christianity +ith the +orship of the 4: %ods of $lympus.e o)ygen to breathE But perhaps the eternal enemy of the human race is only interested in the destruction of our souls0 Certainly notE The +ars1 plagues1 narcotics and all his other things are eFually good for his goal. Cr"5e= And no+ our second Fuestion1 or rather our perple)ityE *hy is it e.en ha.ely +ith this matter in the ne)t chapter.ing our health1 do +hate. But if as no+ +e 'no+ their names1 no+ +e should also be+are of something elseE Ho+ many of those responsible are members of the aforesaid clubsE The ans+er is much more than one could imagineE And so +hy this @harissism0 #n reality1 the people that seemingly labour for sa.er they can for us not to e.e)tinction1 +hich +ere created in the !image and li'eness" of their Creator.ironment simply only fills in the .arious aforesaid clubs sprout li'e rotten fungus.arious interested members of the same clubs0 But there is also another Fuestion on the same subKect> *hy don-t these clubs do e.
es because as Christians and %ree's they shouldn-t allo+ Sthe holy things to s+ine. These things ma'e us regard these clubs.en respect themsel.ES THEM TRANSLATOR’S NOTE& The material in this present chapter may seem !anti/&emitic"." They allo+ the .itable fall of Christianity.ile our holy faith1 but at the same time they respect their o+n faith +hich is e.e.ior Himself.ity they presented in %reece +ere the international lunches under the shado+ of .e also become the places of secret +orship.till no+ good %ree's in e.es ha. O>497E But the only acti. # can assure the readers that the author is neither a aDi1 nor an anti/&emite in the sense the +ord is understood today.or to reco.ing the camaraderie and pleasures of the table.oted to promoting fine dining and preser.ionists and others to re.because1 in reality1 they do this. *here is the protest of the %ree' Rotary and Aions about !Iesus Christ &uperstar"0 $r about the film in the ma'ing1 !The (soteric Aife of Iesus Christ"0 $r of the constant debasement of the Theanthropos by the American and remaining press0 *e 'no+ beforehand that the Rotary/ Aions +ill tell us that they cannot e)press any opinion on the point in Fuestion because the internal regulations forbid them to deal +ith religious matters and they impose them to respect the religious .erything antichristE C#a"ne e Rot"sse!rs
#t-s better not to as' about the Rotisseurs. But if this is true1 +hy don-t +e see or hear their protest any+here about the shame that the lands abroad and internally agitate against our &a.ie+s of othersE *e1 ho+e. *HO UNINTENTIONALLY SER.ery respectCare starting to spea' about the ine. But before +e close this chapter1 +e should say a fe+ +ords about them. The club +as founded in @aris in 486B and is de. Thus1 Delphi1 Delos1 (leusina1 as +ell as the places of ancient +orship ca. As this information +as in the original %ree' copy of the boo'1 #-.er1 clearly tell them1 !Hnfortunately1 they don-t e.er and honor the forms of our ancient idolatrous religion as suspicious. The members of the Rotary and Aions Club in %reece maintain that they are good %ree's and $rthodo) Christians.ery endea.asonic emblems and chainsG CHAPTER .e made footnotes to collaborate some of the info +hich #-. To help out the reader1 #-.e obtained mainly from Ie+ish
.e also included it. They are unFuestionably the most sincere of all because they clearly state that they-re only interested in their belliesE *e could say more precisely1 !Foods for the belly and bellies for food"34 Cor.ason &atanists1 .
ionists under Rabbi Rabino.ionism.ery spirit +hich animates the concealed +ire/pullers in the councils of the Hnited ations +ho are destroying America1 its Constitution and institutions. Hnder serious threats and intimidation1 it-s directorate +as forced to sell the paper to the American aDi @arty and disappeared +ithout lea. But Freemasonry is the main tool of #nternational .ing a traceE @erhaps all these things seem strange for our readers in %reece but for those li.e become accustomed to the !silence of terror"GHere is the speech> ABOMINABLE8 YET TRUE@ *$. As +ell1 #-. The ancients said1 !(. And so all the unfortunates +ho enter into these organiDations and the other branches of Freemasonry1 ser. #t should be noted that after this issue +as released1 the financial supporter of !*omen-s Voice" died mysteriously? something so common in the H&A.ay of 486: in the ne+spaper1 !*omen-s Voice". Although made in Budapest1 Hungary1 a country behind the #ron Curtain1 the Rabbi-s speech1 li'e many other
. :<>:67 +hen they crucified the Theanthropos.er them? the spirit therein displayed is the .idly recall the boastful1 impertinent and contemptible utterances of a certain .age +ho1 in Ianuary 48:5 and in February 48:51 in the C( THR2 .#&&AR2 T$ TH( %( T#A(&.# ( published t+o articles> 47 A R(AA CA&( A%# &T TH( I(*&? :7 C$.A%A.erything in its proper time"1 and +e also belie.sources +hich cannot be labeled anti/&emitic considering the fact that Ie+ish people themsel.( -& V$#C( is in receipt of a communication +hich1 in our opinion1 is of the greatest importance. And +e-.ionism in.e the antichrist . The speech also e)emplifies the .1 +++.oluntarily and in ignorance..A&T(R @AA outlined in the @R$T$C$A& $F TH( (AD(R& $F .e this.#$ .es are saying these things.e seen %od-s curse +eigning on them for the last :1BBB years no+1 since the +retched ones said1 !His blood be on us and on our children"3.ing in America1 surely they-re notE @erhaps because they ha.Ke+sagainstDionism.#ch. The follo+ing is a speech deli.com>? En of note? As it +as sho+n1 the Rotary and Aions are antechambers of Freemasonry.en sources +here this information can be found and1 again1 this is all from legitimate Ie+ish sources3i.ered on Ianuary 4:1 486: in Budapest at a secret meeting of .ery thin'ing American should ponder o.i.e included an inde) further elaborating some of the information contained herein1 as +ell as1 gi.att. The contents of the speech here+ith published so specifically fit the present day +orld that e. #t is important because the contents .e.arcus (li Ra. This speech +as published in .
and offer no o#Iections to war. war fever is #eing worked up in (ussia #y an incessant anti) merican #arrage. s you know.can safely promise you that #efore ten years have passed. and we shall stage anti)4emitic out#reaks in several of their largest cities. as well as the siatic peoples. "his we hope to do with the issue of anti) 4emitism. and we must now work with every means at our disposal to precipitate World War --. which worked so well in uniting the mericans against 0ermany.within five years. "his campaign is forcing all of the smaller nations to choose #etween the partnership of (ussia or an alliance with the United 4tates. while a nationwide anti)=ommunist scare is sweeping merica. "he goal for which we have striven so concertedly for three thousand years is at last within our reach. it #ehooves us to increase our efforts and our caution tenfold. follo+s>
0reetings. #ut we must wait to secure the mericans. #ut we are assured that a suita#le measure will #e rushed through =ongress immediately after the 89A. . my children% You have #een called here to recapitulate the principal steps of our new program. to demonstrate to mericans the reality of anti)4emitism. "he failure of the Universal !ilitary "raining ct was a great set#ack to our plans. We are counting heavily on reports of anti)4emitic outrages in (ussia to whip up indignation in the United 4tates and produce a front of solidarity against the 4oviet power. "his will serve the dou#le purpose of e/posing reactionary sectors in merica. with every @ew a Fing and every 0entile a slave%N pplause from the gatheringO. You remem#er the success of our propaganda campaign during the 89>E’s.
.ur most pressing pro#lem at the moment is to inflame the lagging militaristic spirit of the mericans. . similar propaganda campaign is now #eing waged intensively throughout the world. elections. we will advance through new sources large sums of money to outspokenly anti)4emitic movements in merica to increase their effectiveness. are well under control.documents of importance1 has lately reached the Hnited &tates. and of welding the United 4tates into a devoted anti)(ussian unit. our race will take its rightful place in the world. we had hoped to have twenty years #etween wars and consolidate the great gains which we made from World War --. 4imultaneously. and #ecause its fulfillment is so apparent. a campaign which culminated in the 4econd World War. which then can #e silenced. "he (ussian. which aroused anti) merican passions in 0ermany at the same time we were arousing anti)0erman passions in merica. #ut our increasing num#ers in vital areas is arousing opposition to us.
. which will surpass in destruction all previous contests. #ut #elief in an after)life would give spiritual strength to irreconcila#le elements in many countries. let me point out to you how we have turned all of the inventions of the white man into weapons against him. the third World War. "hus the white race will disappear. We may have to repeat the grim days of World War --. of course. when we were forced to let the &itlerite #andits sacrifice some of our people. for#id the whites to mate with whites. We will openly reveal our identity with the races of sia and frica. for mi/ing the dark with the white means the end of the white man. and the death of a few thousand @ews in e/change for world leadership is indeed a small price to pay. We shall em#ark upon an era of ten thousand years of peace and plenty. "his war will end for all time our struggle against the 0entiles. . the white men with #lack women. sending our =ontrol =ommissions into all of the wrecked countries.(a##i—what a#out the various religions after the "hird World War+L "he (a##iG . -srael. <ot only would the e/istence of a priest class remain a constant danger to our rule. in order that we may have ade1uate documentation and witnesses to legally Iustify our trial and e/ecution of the leaders of merica and (ussia as war criminals. and when #oth sides are devastated and e/hausted.am sure you will need little preparation for such a duty. ."here will #e no more religions. . for sacrifice has always #een the watchword of our people. retain the rituals and customs of @udaism as the mark of our hereditary ruling caste. however. will remain neutral. after we have dictated the peace. nor will any stranger #e accepted #y us. . &is printing presses and radios are the mouthpieces of our desires.Within five years. "o convince you of the certainty of that leadership.ur superior intelligence will easily ena#le us to retain mastery over a world of dark peoples. "he white woman must co)ha#it with mem#ers of the dark races. the 'a/ @udaica. and our most dangerous enemy will #ecome only a memory. and ena#le them to resist us. this program will achieve its o#Iective. strengthening our racial laws so that no @ew will #e allowed to marry outside our race. in the interests of peace and wiping out inter)racial tensions. and his heavy industry manufactures the instruments which he sends out to arm sia and frica against himself.ur interests in Washington are greatly e/tending to the 'oint *our 'rogram for developing industry in #ackward areas of the world. 5Puestion from gathering6G . we will ar#itrate. and our race will rule undisputed over the earth.ur =ontrol =ommissions will.can state with assurance that the last generation of white children is now #eing #orn. so
. We will.
that after the industrial plants and cities of Europe and merica are destroyed #y atomic warfare. To further assure the readers that there is no anti/&emitic or aDi ideology on our part in dealing +ith this subKect1 in Appendi) +e cite the Ie+ish sources that testify to these particular ritual murders.arch. 3This transcription of Rabino.e resulted from these incidents.ersial topic of !Ie+ish Ritual .e included an appendi) from other sources +ith more details concerning these crimes7>en of note?
.ed". go #ack to your countries and intensify your good work. the whites can offer no resistance against the larger masses of the dark races.ery contro.en to me by a former Bulgarian diplomat +ho bro'e +ith the Communist regime and reached Budapest1 Hungary1 +here he hid out +ith anti/Communist friends until . # sincerely hope that it +ill gi.eals the disappearance of small children for ceremonial reasons. A gentleman in Hamburg ga. until that approaching day when -srael will reveal herself in all her glorious destiny as the light of the world.ol.urder". *e are +ell a+are that there ha.e been secret &atanists? +hich does not mean that all of them are.e occurred in history. #t is an undeniable fact that a large number of priests ha. 2et1 it is an undeniable fact that these things ha. *hile1 there1 he obtained a copy of this speech1 and +as then smuggled to Hamburg1 %ermany1 finally ma'ing his +ay to this country.ery Ie+ish person is !in. *e see the same thing in both the Catholic and $rthodo) Church +here some clergy ha.e been pedophiles1 +hich does not mean all priests are1 yet1 in the public image1 this has become a label and suspicion for priests.e been many false accusations in history and +e do not support the pogroms that ha.e had to omit a fe+ sentences1 but #-. who will maintain an unchallenged technological superiority.HAA# & And no+ +e come to another article from the same ne+sletter1 +hich +as published in 48661 +hich re. $f course1 neither the author1 nor the translator is under the impression that this is an aspect of Iudaism1 nor that e. TRANSLATER’S NOTE> This particular article may present a stumbling/bloc' for some of the readers because it deals +ith the .3note> the original photocopy is unreadable in a couple of places so #-. 3&igned7 (H&TAC( . nd so with the vision of world victory #efore you.e the American people a better picture of the force arrayed against them7.ich-s speech +as gi.e him my name1 and he met me and urged me to distribute this speech at once.
stating that he had sopent several days in various flop houses with the 0erman children and engaged in intercourse repeatedly with them. taken to the 4einfeld 4anitarium in 7es 'laines. 7r. "he three #odies of the children. 4teinfeld disappeared. he was kidnapped. few months later. Dedwell was intimidated into signing this confession. and @ews of the area #egan to #reathe easier.CHICA6O IN THE HANDS OF FIENDS "oday. fanatastic confession was written for Dedwell. a fanatical Hionist. acting for @ewish #oss rvey. two older girls were found who proved to #e the ones whom Dedwell had actually #een involved with. lso. "he most #rutal series of child murders in the history of this country is unsolved. their #odies drained of #lood and cast contemptuously aside. were found in a remote section of the city. "his murder was promptly hushed up #y the authorities. lthough this interesting development was ignored #y the =hicago 'ress.<E =3UE & 4 DEE< 7-4=. after aroused 7es 'lains citiJens demanded that the murder sanitarium #e investigated. arrested an illiterate skid row character named Dennie Dedwell. . Be 0ell Persec!te
. and also food found in their stomachs proved that they had #een murdered several days #efore the Dedwell confession claimed they had #een with him. When the father of the 4chuessler #oys #egan to mention the possi#ility that his children had #een killed in the manner descri#ed in rnold 3eese’s historical work. few days later.CE(E7% -s this really true+ -s it possi#le to kidnap and murder children in the heart of a great city without anyone seeing or hearing anything+ "here have #een rumors of a cover)up since the current series of child murders #egan in 89AA." . "he verdict was suicide. we witnessed a new5te/t unreada#le62and to convince the pu#lic that it was a se/ crime. the confession was shown to #e fake #y the fact that the 0rimes girls were found to #e virgins. and murdered. =hicago stands disgraced in the eyes of the world. With the slaying of the 4chuessler children and their companion. drained of #lood.@ewish (itual !urderL. More C#"l ren M!r ere When the 0rimes children were murdered in the same manner. the young (o#ert 'eterson. @ewish 4heriff 3ohman. <. few weeks later his #ody was found hanging in a hotel closet in 4witJerland. thus concealing the fact that it was a @ewish ritual #lood sacrifice such as have occurred throughout Europe and merican history attested to #y papal records in the Catican and in many =hristian countries.
#ut one can only pity the unfortunate Dedwell.confessionL shattered. "he other papers apparently felt that this clue pointed too definitely to a certain group. covering up these foul murders so that the people would #e powerless to act even if they did learn the truth. Iust as the 0rimes girls were.nce Dedwell is disposed of. is not this the most shocking. fter doctors had found that she had not #een se/ually a#used and was still a virgin5te/t unreada#le62she was an innocent. -t will #e interesting to see how 3ohman finally accomplished his goal. the most degrading.es1 !but +hat relation can the Rotary1 Aions1 etc. the most incredi#le record ever compiled in a supposedly civiliJed area+ 0o #ack into history and try to find a city in which children were indiscriminately seiJed and murdered. Innocent 6"rl S5eare When the #ody of @udith ndersen was found. lovea#le little =hristian girl.ionism0"
. Iust as they did in the 0rimes case. and whose government is so completely in that of the @ews. read #ack over the sentences of this story. &owever. "here were cities in Europe in which this happened until the people rose up and drove the @ews out. <ow. for 3ohman must dispose of him to save his own skin. -nstead. O!r D!t' &urly the readers +ill as' themsel. thus indicating that she was a part)time prostitute. 3ohman can always claim that Dedwell actually murdered the 0rimes girls and thus cover up the #lood ritual analysis of the case. 3ohman today still declares that Dedwell is the killer.With this phony . "his attempt also failed.e +ith the ritual murders of innocent children and the secret aims of *orld . #ut no city in Europe was ever so completely in the hands of the @ews as =hicago. @ewish 4heriff 3ohman had no alternative #ut to release Dedwell. their #lood drunk. in the face of a mass of evidence to the contrary. where the press prevent the people from learning the truth. . it was discovered that the #ody had #een drained of #lood #efore #eing cut up. and the drained white #odies flung on dung heaps. the 7aily <ews. ha. and hushed it up. "he smear was printed that @udith ndersen was in the ha#it of getting into the automo#iles of strange men. they #egan an a#ortive and horri#le campaign to smear the name of this innocent little =hristian girl. although only one =hicago paper. passed this information on to its readers. #ut the press will never apologiJe for their efforts to throw readers off the scent. he made a vicious attempt to dispose of him #y initiating a trumped up charge of rape in a small *lorida town which Dedwell had visited some months #efore.
48<9? !Apoyeumatini"1 4=.es but +e-re afraid perhaps these and other similar crimesC'no+n and un'no+nCha.Certainly +e don-t accuse the %ree' Rotarians1 Aions1 etc. 2) The murder of the small boy1 Aristides @arlatDa1 in the region of Ritsona Thebes.other homeland1 but also before %od1 *hom they ha.6.e of Christ to abandon the dinner table of the demons because1 unfortunately1 the day isn-t far +hen these crimes +ill also occur here1 if they ha.ed in our country0" 1) The ne+ly born girl1 of +hich the carotidTi.e forgottenE *e don-t doubt that most of our ad.er is +anted".oluntary tools1 +hich commit all the aforesaid crimes of #nternational . today for all the aforesaid.asonic psychosis1 +ith a large dose of obscurantism.e great responsibility as $rthodo) Christians and %ree's not only before their children1 society and their .ersaries +ill hasten to accuse us of suffering from anti/. The satanic Tibetan horn and the Ie+ish ritual horn1 !&ofar"1 produce sounds1 !+hate.en-t occurred alreadyE But much +orse than the happenings in ChicagoE And +e as'1 !*hat +ill +e do no+0" They ha.6.ionism. &omething else. &ince there is still time1 +e beg them +ith tears and the lo.48<91 and the rest of the gree' ne+spapers for those days7. Together +ith the hippies1 not only mariKuana and hash came here to us1 but also other !goods"1 such as Tibetan and Ie+ish Ritual music. He +as found +ith t+o +ounds in the chest1 inflicted from a sharp toolE *e are not detecti.arious Auciferic groups3and +e include all the .ay of 48<91 t+o mysterious slaughters of innocent children +ere also obser.er1 +e dra+ their attention to the fact that they become their in. $ne simple compression of the nec' +ould be sufficient to die.
.arious di. Ho+e. Therefore1 the +ounds +ere inflicted for recei.ing blood3see !The Vema"1 49.e. each of the t+o main arteries carrying blood to the head and nec'U +as e)cised and she also had t+o other 'nife +ounds in the belly. But +hat should +e do +hen +e learn daily that ritual crimes of the Chicago type happen in many other countries0 Because +e 'no+ the !preferred" months of the .inities of the ancient mystery religion.e been performed by foreign Auciferians +ho come to our country to !pay honor" to the .asons +ith all their branches71 +e as' competently> !# +onder if they made an inFuiry in this direction +hen1 in .
At the top end of the secreti. But the dangersC+hich +ill ha. Hp till no+1 # ha.er OBB1BBB members in more than <B nations and geographic areas. The founding group in %ermany3#lluminatiC Hni.eryday1 the .e1 struggle that +ill s+eep the po+ers of dar'ness. Readers1 don-t thin' that !the Fuarrel is due to personal interest"? that e)pedient profits are hidden behind these lines.es to a +orthy
. (. There are more than 51=BB Ji+anis Clubs +ith o.ice organiDation they ha.(.ed readers1 ha.e committed themsel.ery +ay and +ith e.e spectrum are three interrelated organiDations that capitaliDe on their lo+ 'ey relationship +ith +orld+ide masonry.al of idolatry in our $rthodo) %reece as a goal1 multiply.ersity of #ngolstadt71 the American group3&'ull and Bones &ociety C2ale Hni.e both us and our innocent children as the main targetCalso increase +ith them. The foreign/mo.enlightenment e.ery sacrifice.ery+here.arious groups and associationsCforeign and non/ foreignC+hich ha. 2et1 +hat are +e doing0 *e practice our duty by publishing this boo'. As a ser. $ur o+n profit +ill probably be martyrdom and this +ill be our ma)imum compensation +hich +ill secure the Jingdom of %od for us sinners.ery drop of our blood +ill not be lost1 but +ill become a +a.i. This constitutes a certainty that the Aord Iesus Christ Himself emphasiDes1 *ho APPENDIA A MASONIC MEMBERSHIP RECRUITMENT Freemasonry uses social clubs such as the Ji+anis #nternational1 Rotary #nternational1 and others as feeder organiDations or recruitment centers to enlist ne+ members in addition to referrals by their o+n members.e a holy duty as $rthodo) Christians and %ree's to circulate this boo'Cthat +as +ritten +ith so many dangers and sacrificesCin e.e the re. And +e +ill probably pay this off slo+ly or Fuic'ly +ith our bloodE But you also1 belo. #t +as founded in 4846 and headFuartered in #ndianapolis1 #ndiana.e +ritten 46B large and small boo's and # ha. *e don-t +or' for money1 but for the Faith. *e +ill say +ith satisfaction that e.ersity7 are interrelated.en one drachma from all these.e not ta'en e.ery drachma is disposed for the holy struggle for the Christians.ersity71 and the (nglish group3Cecil Rhodes &cholarsC $)ford Hni.ed antichrist po+ers +ill finally be crushed.
Throughout its history1 Rotary #nternational has collaborated +ith many ci. #n @oland1 the H De.es are appointed by the Rotary #nternational president to increase a+areness and recognition of Rotary-s programs1 policies1 and acti. Aaunched in 4856 in concert +ith the *orld Health $rganiDation3*H$71 the Hnited &tates Centers for Disease Control3CDC71 and H #C(F. Rotary
. Rotary has had a special relationship +ith the Hnited ations for more than half a century.ic and humanitarian organiDations1 as +ell as the go.4 years old1 a college graduate1 married and a homeo+ner.ice1 encouraging high ethical standards in all . Today1 a gro+ing number of prospects are implemented in collaboration +ith Hnited ations agencies around the +orld. Rotary representati. *or'ing +ith H A#D&1 Rotary Clubs promote A#D& a+areness and pre. .e the human condition.arious nations1 in its stated efforts to impro. An e)cellent of +hat these partnerships can accomplish can be found in Rotary-s ambitious @olioplus program.astating effects of iodine deficiency disorder3#DD7.ed as delegates1 ad.: million Rotarians belong to more than 9B1BBB Rotary Clubs.e status +ith the Hnited ations and H (&C$. He or she is an o+ner or manager of a firm in the V:6 million or less range. The a.ernment agencies of . The +orld-s Rotary Clubs meet +ee'ly and are non/political1 non/religious1 and open to all cultures1 races1 and creeds. #n more than 4OB countries +orld+ide1 appro)imately 4.ities +ithin the international community.isors1 and consultants.ocations1 and helping to build good+ill and peace in the +orld. #n 48=O1 the same year H (&C$ came into e)istence1 Rotary #nternational +as granted non/go.e or retired business and professional men and +omen. igerian rotary Clubs are +or'ing +ith the H @opulation Fund to e)pand a material education and child spacing program. At the 48=6 Hnited ations Charter Conference in &an Francisco1 California1 H&A1 nearly 6B Rotarians ser.embership consists of acti.goal1 eliminating the de.erage Ji+anis member is 66. And the Hnited ations (ducational1 &cientific and Cultural $rganiDation3H (&C$71 established one year later1 can trace its roots to a Rotary conference promoting international cultural and educational e)changes that +as held in Aondon in 48=9.egetable and poultry production. Rotary #nternational is an organiDation of business and professional leaders united +orld+ide +ith a stated purpose of pro.ention.innesota3H&A7 create a Koint business internship program.ernmental organiDation3 %$7 consultati. VeneDuelan Rotary Clubs are +or'ing +ith FA$ field staff to increase .iding humanitarian ser.elopment @rogram helped the Rotary Clubs of *arsa+ and Duluth1 .
#nternational Representati.arch :BBB 97 H Commission on the &tatus of *omen1 e+ 2or'1 21 H&AC .iet Hnion.ities or program emphases.a1 Vienna7 :7 H (&C$ 97 Council of (urope =7 $rganiDation of African Hnity 67 H CH&LHabitat and H (n.ents? including> 47 (P@$ :BBB1 Hanno.ay 4888 67 %lobal .iet bloc countries follo+ing the collapse of the Berlin *all and the &o.er1 %ermanyCIune through $ctober :BBB :7 &econd *orld *ater Forum1 The Hague1 etherlandsC. Beginning in 48581 clubs in Central and eastern (urope that had been disbanded for more than 6B years +ere re/established1 and the first Russian Rotary Club +as chartered in 488B.es are appointed to> 47 The Hnited ations3 e+ 2or'1 %ene. Currently1 Rotary #nternational Representati. APPENDIA B THE ROTARY CLUB AND
.ents that are related to Rotary acti.ironmental @rogram O7 H Food and Agriculture $rganiDation and the *orld Food @rogram <7 The *orld Ban' 57 $rganiDation of American &tates Representati.a1 &+itDerlandCIanuary 4888 <7 H %eneral Assembly &pecial &ession on arcotics3H DC@71 e+ 2or'1 21 H&ACIune 4885 57 &e.ember &tates 3. (DAF V##71 Durban1 &outh AfricaCApril 4885 9) H Commission on &ustainable De.arch 4885 Rotary e)perienced a gro+th spurt in the early 488B-s +hen it e)panded into former &o.e roles in e.eeting1 %ene.eeting of %enerations1 *ashington1 DC1 H&ACIanuary 4888 O7 *H$ ()ecuti.elopment1 e+ 2or'1 21 H&A CApril 4885 4B7 H (&C$L#nternational Aiteracy #nstitute3#A#7 Aiteracy Forum1 Da'ar1 &enegalC.arch :BBB =7 Hague Appeal for @eace1 The Hague1 etherlandsC.es often ta'e proacti.enth Conference of . #n the past t+o years1 Rotary has presented e)amples of its humanitarian +or' at numerous e.es1 based in maKor cities around the +orld1 monitor maKor e.inisters of education of African .ents and meetings1 e)changing information and acting as liaisons.e Board .
ernment be able to eradicate such e)plosi.e the H.ing a proper frame+or' to handle +orld problems. . =adman. E "tors’ Note& . *ill one +orld go. @ro.er1 that the American people are presented the facts and see that in the long run there is no logical alternati.ers.ernment article by Ioseph Clar'.&.e.&. senator @oseph 4. #t is only abo.el that there is no order.ery e)citing one.el.e this le. After all1 geographic boundaries are created by man himself.ur 7ecem#er 89:.
. &urly the cost of li. @atriotism based on these boundaries is a shallo+ term +hich reflects narro+/mindedness and immaturity of its belie.ne was *orld %o.&. R$&&21 (otarian Educator !anshya.el there are the state police and state courts1 on a national le.*ORLD 6O.es by forming one go.el. city +e ha. =larkN8O. $f course there are many problems1 but if +e could forge 49 di. The basic idea is simple. &ere is a sampling of reader reaction.e international repercussions0 &. #t has been my dream for a long time to see the people of the +orld unite and rule themsel.e minority regimes1 and callous colonialists.e1 unKust1 and inhuman situations +hich are domestic in nature but ha.ERNMENT The follo+ing is ta'en from a photocopy of a Rotary Club publication. Hnfortunately1 the article did not suggest the +ays to deal +ith cruel dictators1 oppressi. Re& *orl 6o-ern5ent • Than' you for publishing the +orld go. Army and ational %uard plus federal courts.ided1 ho+e. o +orld court to decide +orld/le. issue featured two articles which elicited 5unusually6 heavy reader response.4.el by ha.e a local police force and courts of Kustice1 on the state le.el +e ha.ernment> The *ay $ut0 Dy former U. Ham#ia • The idea of +orld go.el problems1 and no international police force to act on an international le. "he other was Rotary> Rest #n @eace1 a satirical yet constructive criticism #y (otarian Edward E.es and money +ould be less than +hat our o+n nation/state pays no+ for supposed security.erse colonies into a federal union +ith a Bill of Rights +e could do the same on a +orld le. There is no security on the nation/state le.ernment e)pressed by Ioseph Clar' is a .ernment only. *ithin a typical H.
or &aint Augustine in the fifth century AD in "he =ity of 0od.orgL+i'iLIosephW&. THAA(R1 (otarian .ersation.ore in the 4Oth century in his boo' Utopia.ptometrist 3ake !ahopac.+i'ipedia.WClar' APPENDIA C PAN7CYPRIAN CHRISTIAN MO.EMENT BLASTS LIONS8 SCOUTS AND MASONS
. Aet-s catch the ball before +e run +ith it. <ew York • Certainly no +ell/meaning citiDen can ta'e serious e)ception to the thoughts and ideas e)pressed by &enator Clar'. I(R$.ersal language on the order of !(speranto". The truth of the matter is that such an effort is unrealistic and doomed to failure at this time.( &. (otarian =ivil Engineer 4omerset. .er1 it ends there.ersal tongue1 and # assure you that until man'ind can carry on a common discussion1 there is no chance of establishing a single +orld go.ide a uni. # suggest that rather than consuming more effort and time in preaching and ad. or still later1 &ir Thomas .ocating unrealistic philosophies1 that Rotary ta'e upon itself a crusade to establish a uni.ersal language and go. For at least :1=BB years1 man has been tal'ing and +riting about the ideal state1 and for the same period of time that same man'ind has been unable to carry on a uni.ernment is the aspiration of the Rotarians1 as +ell as the .asons and .ersal con. V. A single1 agreed/ upon second language taught throughout the +orld +ould automatically pro.H HAAA.Rotary could lead the +ay in educating our o+n nation as to the benefits of a true +orld legislature and Kust courts +ith po+er to enforce decisions. # call particular attention to the thoughts e)pressed by @lato in the fourth century BC in "he (epu#lic. They reflect the general hope and idealism of man'ind. Ho+e. NOTES& 1) http>LLen. *#AA#A.ernment. 'ennsylvania
As one can see1 a uni.ionists.
in Iones1 +ho +as a .o.ionist forces +hose aim is +orld domination by #srael." !." #t is said that Rotarians +ere founded in 48B6 under the pretense of being a charitable and cultural organiDation in order to co. #n February 48991 the Holy &ynod issued a circular saying Freemasonry +as a 'no+n organiDation outside the Church1 !+ith a +orld . They are a .e been printed. The latest boo'let includes the Aions1 Rotary1 and Boy &couts as being lin'ed to Freemasonry." The Church condemned the mo.ie+ that does not agree +ith the principles of our $rthodo) Faith. #t +as also set up by a . !The Aions +ere founded by .ice to the dar' . Representati. !The .asons admit to being behind these clubs1 +hich +or' for their aims of social reform"1 the boo'let said.e is to destroy Christianity and ensla.ason in ser.e the country.ement has issued a boo'let claiming that the Aions and Rotary Clubs and the Boy &couts are recruiting grounds for Freemasonry. !They are traitors not only to the faith1 but to the country.ement could not be reached for comment yesterday1 and neither could a spo'esman for Jy''os . !They ta'e the children out of the Church and ma'e them go camping and they forbid the Aord-s @rayer"1 it said.Ort#o o4 Leaflet Blasts L"ons8 Sco!ts8 Masons+ By Iean Christou The @an/Cyprian Christian $rthodo) .onastery1 under +hose auspices the organiDation is listed.asons +ere behind the %ree' Kunta +hich orchestrated the coup that led to the in.es of the orthodo) .ement again in February :BBB.el.ason1 as +ere the Boy &couts t+o years later1 the leaflet claimed.asion of Cyprus." The leaflet also claims that .ionist organiDation1 +hose obKecti.er its secret aims.
." !They claim their aims are charitable +hen in reality they try to infiltrate society to recruit ne+ members as a stepping stone to Freemasonry.asons are the TroKan Horse in our state1" said the boo'let1 6B1BBB copies of +hich ha.o.
899:.’DrienO.er +ith the Freemasons e)cept maybe if some members are also . !Freemasons ha.es could not be reached for comment yesterday and %eorge Christdoulides1 the @resident of the Aions Club icosia Cosmopolitan dismissed the claims.ely and the girls aged 4: and 461 +ere found nude and yet none had been se)ually assaulted.ed despite hundreds of man/hours of in. Ed Daumann and @ohn . The cases shared certain characteristics in common.isible.Rotary and Boy &couts representati. Both cases remain officially unsol.asons1" he said.ices organiDation.e secret things.ysteries se.1 Robert @etersen1 and Barbara and @atricia %rimes. !The Aions ha.e no lin' +hatsoe.e for some time after they +ere reported missing1 although the unusually cold +eather in +hich
.estigation by the Chicago police.ed .e children1 9 young boys including t+o brothers and a friend1 and to+ teenaged sisters1 +ere abducted and murdered in a manner +hich +as suggesti. The Ie+ish community in Chicago1 one of the +ealthiest in the +orld1 ha.0etting way With !urderL #y two veteran =hicago crime reporters. Aions don-t ha.e of Ie+ish ritual sacrifice. The murder . MORE ON THE 6RIMES’ CASE AND RITUAL MURDER Be0"s# R"t!al M!r erCC#"ca1o8 %D// T<oteG "his article.e anything secret. APPENDIA . has #een since updated with information from the #ook ." According to the Aions +ebsite1 the letters are an acronym for !Aiberty1 #ntelligence1 $ur ation-s &afety"1 but Christdoulides said the organiDation is not political. According to the pathologist-s reports they had been 'ept ali. #t-s in the code"1 he said.e and po+erful3if not more so7 as that of the #talian organiDed crime syndicate1 all the more sinister for being far less . The %rimes case in fact featured on an episode of Hnsol.eral years ago1 but the sho+ produced no further leads.asi.ictims +ere Iohn and Anton &chuessler Ir.e al+ays e)ercised an e)tremely po+erful degree of behind the scenes influence in the *indy City1 an influence Kust as per. originally sent out on *e#ruary B. The boys1 aged 4=1 491 and 44 respecti. Bet+een $ctober of 4866 and December of 486O1 a total of fi. #t-s a ser. !@olitics are forbidden.
moti.rs.the girls. Another interesting forensic aspect of the case +as that the boys+ounds contained traces of an unspecified grain1 of all things.ictims had been tortured by repeated puncture +ounds on the upper torso1 thighs1 and buttoc's1 suggesting a sadistic se)ual element in the 'illers.an Hyning +ho published a conser.ictims1 the &chuesslers1 had been transfi)ed through the hands1 +rists1 and feet by larger +eapons similar to nails or a carpenter-s a+l1 inflicting +ounds .ie+ of the intense public interest in the case1 there +as of course a lot of media reporting. *hen she called the Daily e+s office to as' +hy the paper had been recalled1 she +as told that there had been !complaints" about it and it +as li'ely to cause !racial unrest". All the childrens.ictim indicated that the body had been transported in a @ac'ard automobile1 a lu)ury car popular among the +ealthiest people of the time +hich +as no longer made and +hich indicated someone +ith money enough to buy and maintain such an up mar'et . Ayle Clar' . Floor mat patterns imbedded in the flesh of one . The official cause of death +as listed as blood loss and shoc' due to blood loss and e)posure1 although 4=/ year/old Bobby appears to ha.bodies +ere !drained of blood. (ight copies of this issue +ere obtained by a +oman named . The eyes and the mouths of the boys had also been mutilated in a manner ne. All the . .er publicly released.
.ed murders themsel.ehicle. *ithin 4B minutes of the edition hitting the street1 truc's +ere sent out to bring them all in1 all copies +ere ripped off the ne+sstands and ta'en bac' to the ne+s building +here they +ere burned. The t+o female .ie+ +hich for once +e are gi.en of the lengths to +hich the Ie+s +ill go to co." Further peculiarities in the pattern of the torture.e resisted his attac'ers and +as beaten on the head +ith a blunt instrument and strangled into unconsciousness by strong hands +ith !fingernails li'e cla+s" +hich left mar's on his throat. #n .ati.ations1 but the t+o youngest male . The Chicago Daily e+s published an afternoon edition detailing the ritualistic nature of the +ounds and speculating that members of a !religious cult" might be in.ol.rs. *hat is interesting about these cases is not the unsol.bodies +ere e)posed impeded fi)ing an e)act time of death.er up suspected ritual murder cases.ed.ery similar to the so/called stigmata? the +ounds of Christ.e Kournal called !*omen-s Voice".es1 but the .ictims had been tortured +ith mostly small1 shallo+ cuts and puncture +ounds1 none significant to cause death itself. The corpses sho+ed ligature mar's on the +rists and an'les1 indicating that they had been tied or restrained.
r &chuessler +as rushed right into electroshoc' treatment1 +here he died the same afternoon he arri.ed at the !sanitarium". He stated that Anton &chuessler +as suffering from !hallucinations" and !paranoid delusion" that !certain people +ere out to get him".estigators had destroyed e.e +or'1 !Ie+ish Ritual . Anton &chuessler &r. Aeon &teinfeld.ery turn.urder". Thomas . too' a lie detector test +hich completely cleared him as +ell as pro.e the case at e. (leanor &chuessler and her family under . .Van Hyning had her o+n suspicions and sent the father of the t+o murdered boys1 Anton &chuessler &r.1 a copy of Arnold Aeese-s definiti. &chuessler under arrest on suspicion of 'illing his o+n children. #n 48661 and e.ed father-s strange death so that a public inFuest into &cuessler-s case +as held and Dr.r.ious history of heart troubles7.es in charge of the case1 #rish lieutenants Iames Aynch and Iames .en in Chicago1 there +ere still a fe+ honest public officials left1 one of them being the Coo' County Coroner1 a crusty old #rishman named Dr.e them no)ious s'in conditions1 etc. &teinfeld claimed that the elder &chuessler had died of a heart attac'3&cuessler +as =: years old and had no pre. &chuessler read the boo'let and +as stunned by +hat he learned. &teinfeld forced to testify.ices. .er the berea.ing Ie+ish boys facing the draft call/up . There +as sufficient public outcry o.rs.ing that he had an alibi for the murders.death be in. He then made the mista'e of going to the police and demanding that the possible ritual murder angle in his sons. &teinfeld allegedly collected V:1BBB a head.ate mental institution in Des @laines1 #llinois1 operated by a Dr.idence1 threatened and tampered +ith +itnesses1 and generally impeded their efforts to sol.oid military ser. During **##1 &teinfeld had been prosecuted for gi.
.e them heart fibrillations1 fill their lungs +ith liFuid to stimulate tuberculosis1 gi.idence"1 Horo+itD then placed .ing ransac'ed the house loo'ing for !e. The t+o Chicago detecti. &teinfeld of old.c.cCarron 'ne+ Dr. The Coo' County &heriff of the time +as a Ie+ named Ioseph Aohman1 and he immediately placed .ahon1 later complained angrily that Aohman-s Coo' County in.cCarron1 +ho +as also a Fualified psychiatrist. #nstead of releasing him1 the authorities committed Anton to a pri.estigated.irtual house arrest1 forbidding them to lea. A Ie+ish Deputy named Horo+itD +as sent to the &chuessler home +ith a party of men? ha.e the house or spea' +ith anyone on the phone1 lest they !spread rumors about the Ie+s".1 so they could a.arious legal and illegal drugs +hich +ould gi.
#n response1 he recei. Jupcinet established a !sympathy fund" and shortly thereafter presented Anton &chuessler-s +ido+1 the mother of the murdered children1 +ith V4BB1BBB raised from Chicago-s Ie+ish communityCan immense sum of money in 4866/6O1 +orth easily a couple of million today1 and a .eral nights later1 to emphasiDe the serious nature of the +arning1 a small bomb ble+ the front door of .ersial subKect1 +e decided to omit the +ealth of historical e.cCarron-s house. He also bitterly denounced &teinfeld to the ne+spapers and publicly stated his .A. But there +as at last some belated Kustice. to ma'e no more public comment on the case. He fle+ to &+itDerland for a !rest cure" and one morning +as found hanging in his hotel room1 an alleged suicide. The last loose end +as tied up.ie+ that Anton &chuessler had been murdered.er to the district attorney1 recommending that &teinfeld be prosecuted for perKury and murder.com has a +ealth of information and boo's +ritten by Ie+s and Rabbis? BenKamin Freedman1 labeled as a !Ie+ish defector" and Ie+ish !+histleblo+er" by his compatriots1
.isitors1 +ere found any+here in his possession +hen his effects +ere in.cCarron called &teinfeld a liar and a charlatan and turned all the documents in the case o.eral days after the inFuest closed1 Aeon &teinfeld fled the country.Dr.ely Ie+ish sources of these claims1 since Ie+s can easily e. . Before +e continue1 it should be noted that there are many Ie+ish . There may ha.ictim1 a %erman at that1 unless it +as to buy silence. &e.idence indicating the possibility that in some Ie+ish circles1 there is an esoteric practice of ritual murder1 lest +e be labeled as fanatics and narro+/minded anti/&emites.ery strange gesture for Ie+s to ma'e to a %entile crime . A S#ort C#ronolo1' of Be0"s# R"t!al M!r er Base of Con-erte Be0s on E-" ence
Due to the fact that this is such a contro. British author Arnold Aeese +as pro.e been one final murder connected +ith this ghastly case. The +ebsite +++. #nstead1 +e thought it +ould be +ise to use e)clusi.ade the label of being anti/ &emites. one of the &chuessler papers1 +hich he had been +or'ing on and +hich he sho+ed to a number of friends and .entoried after his death.Ke+sagainstDionism.oices that spea' out against the atrocities of their co/patriots1 +hether it be about ritual murder1 the Talmud1 or the state of #srael. Ie+ish ne+spaper columnist #r.ided +ith massi.ed an official order from the D.e amounts of ne+s clippings and information1 including a transcript of the inFuest1 by his correspondents in Chicago1 and he +as at +or' on a definite account of the &chuessler case as one of the best documented incidents of Ie+ish ritual murder in modern times +hen he suddenly died in the spring of 486O. &e.
erts" ha. *illiam of or+ich1 and said that as a Ie+ in or+ich he himself had 'no+n that a child +as to be sacrificed at that place in 44==.ed that +ithout the shedding of human blood1 they could ne.erything +e are spea'ing about right no+.ia1 &pain1 and himself found the Ie+s guilty1 +ho +ere after+ards e)ecuted.er bread.estigated the ritual murder case in &ego. Theobald1 a mon' and Ie+ish con. *olf'an of Rutisban1 Ie+ish con.ert to Christianity1 charged the Ie+s +ith the ritual murder of &t. There are countless other sources1 all Ie+ish1 +hich one can find that are a treasure house of information and e. He said that the custom of the Ie+s +as to dra+ lots as to +here the deed should be done1 and that it fell to or+ich to supply the blood +hich +as reFuired by them in the year 44==? the Ie+s belie.erted Ie+1 charged the Rabbi of Ratisbon +ith ritual murder for the sa'e of the blood3Ie+ish (ncyclopedia1 Vol.ila1 himself the son of a con. $n the other hand1 many !con. A con.ionism and the Talmud.ersion to Christianity ha. 66=1 48BO7.estigating the ritual murder of &t. 4=<6.spo'e out e)tensi. 4=<6. Vol. :1 p.e sometimes denied that there is any practices of ritual murder of Christians among people of the Ie+ish Faith.idence about e.erted Ie+1 Iean de Feltro1 described to the officer in. The cases +hich ha. &imon of Trent1 ho+ his father had told him that the Ie+s of his to+n had 'illed a child at @asso. 4:1 p.er celebrations3#bid.e confessed that ritual murder is practiced by Ie+s are chronologically arranged belo+> 1144. &imon of Trent for the sa'e of the blood they reFuired for their @asso. Ie+s +ho ha. 4=O5.e professed con.
.er regain their freedom and return to @alestine. Hans Voyol1 con. 4=<6.e confessed that Ie+s practice ritual murder 3although in some cases it has been forced through means of torture and should be regarded +ith suspect7.erts to Christianity or to #slam ha.erted Ie+1 actually in.er to get the blood for their @asso. 4O1 48B97. Bishop Iean d-A.ert of Cambridge1 came for+ard at the time +hen inFuiry +as being made into the death of &t.ely during the OB-s against .e come to light in +hich Ie+ish con.
uslim apostate1 guardian of the murdered boy1 being charged +ith the crucifi)ion of his +ard1 !for the sa'e of getting possession of some property". &amuel Friedrich BrenD1 a Ie+ +ho +as con. AlonDo de &pina1 stated by a Ie+sih historian to be of Ie+ish blood3#bid.arcellus ## of the ritual murder of a boy. He had a libel action brought against him by the Ie+s he accused of being in.ol. Roth1 p.4=8B. This sounds li'e the usual coc'/and/bull story +hich1 under the po+erful influence of Ie+ish money1 is resorted to +hen Courts are faced +ith the difficult Kob of shielding Ie+s from the !Blood Accusation".eyer1 con. *hy on earth should the man crucify the boy instead of Fuietly getting rid of him in a more usual manner03Ie+ish (ncyclopedia1 Vol.erted in 4O4B1 +rote a boo' re. The Ie+ish (ncyclopedia describes all these last three authors as !malicious and ignorant enemies of the people". #t +as called Iudischer Abgestreifte &chlangenbalg and +as published at uremburg.erted Ie+1 admitted in his Iudisches Ceremoniel1 Fran'furt1 that dried Christian blood +as considered useful as a remedy for certain diseases of +omen. TorFuemada1 himself of Ie+ish blood3Roth1 History of the . Hananel Foligno of rome1 Ie+ish con. The title translated is1 !The Ie+ish &erpent-s &'in &tripped". 45//.7. 4666.erted Ie+1 accused the Ie+s of ritual murder in his *olfe in &chafsfell1 &chafe in *olfspetD3*olf in &heep-s Clothing1 etc. He occupied the high position of Rector of &alamanca Hni.ed in a case of alleged ritual murder1 and +as sentenced to four months arrest.ert to Christianity1 accused the Ie+s before @ope . The Ie+ish (ncyclopedia-s description of the author spea's of his !crass ignorance1 hatred1 falsehood and pernicious fanaticism". 4<:B. (nFuiry under the auspices of a Cardinal resulted in a . 9=7 accused the Ie+s of murdering children for ritual purposes. 61 p.e confirmed the sentence of death against the Ie+s responsible for the Toledo ritual murder1 and it +ould be through him that Ferdinand and #sabella +ould learn about it.arranos1 48941 p. The ritual murder case +as one of the main factors that disposed the Jing and Rueen to e)pel the Ie+s from &pain. 4=8=. The boo' +as republished in 4O5B and again in 4<46.
.ersity1 and his accusation +as made in his +or'1 Fortalitium Fider. 9871 must ha.ealing the ritual murder practice of the Ie+s.=:91 48B97 4O4=. @aul Christian Jirchner1 con. @aulus .
1 4<OB1 and . V##3p. A con. They said that it +as the Talmud +hich +as the root of all the troubles bet+een Ie+s and %entiles.ateriau) sur la Fuestion relati. 4<68.ian language in 45B9 +hich +as published again in %ree' in 459= by %io.er bread1 and says that the practice is handed do+n by oral tradition and that nothing appears about it in +riting in the Ie+ish religious boo's. A con. 45:O. The Fran'ists completely defeated their opponents in these debates.olt against the e.i'ouliss'y1 administrator of the Archdiocese of Aemberg1 instituted public debates bet+een the Fran'ists and Talmudic Ie+s.declaration that !the Talmud teaches the employment of christian blood and he +ho belie.onniet in his Ae Crime Ritual cheD les Iuifs copies long e)tracts from Aaurent-s Fuotations from eophyte.e1 by @i'uls'i1 A. @aul Aouis Bernard Drach1 e)/%rand Rabbi of &trasburg1 published a Deu)ieme letter d-un rabbin con.icD1 +rote a boo' admitting ritual murder as a Ie+ish practice3C. ##1 p. :=7. JouDmine1 &t.ils taught in the Talmud. A debate held in Iuly too' place in +hich . 45B9. There is a large bibliography +ith reference to the Fran'ist community of +hich the follo+ing t+o +or's may recei.6O91 48B97 admits that the Fran'ists brought the blood accusation against the Talmudists1 also in Vol. These people +ere all Ie+s +ho had become Christians in re.erted e)/Rabbi +rote a boo' in the .es in the Talmud ought to ma'e use of this blood.e mention here> Aa malfaisance Kui.enth one +as the Fran'ists. Roth1 Ritual .erti1 @aris1 45:<.o." The Fran'ists said they had learned this in their youth as Ie+s.erted Ie+1 &erafino. This con.arious matters +ere dealt +ith point by point until si) points had been settled1 the se. @rince (tienne de .erted Ie+1 I. ()tracts from the boo' +ere Fuoted in Achille Aaurent-s Relation HistoriFue des Affaires de &yrie depuis 45=B1 45=:.anni de %eorgio under the title !Ruin of the Hebraic Religion".olda. Fran'1 formed a sect called the Fran'ists at Aemberg. . @etersburg1 484=. $n page <1 he said1 !The Deal of these rabbis goes as far as dedicating
. A con.e au) accusations portees contre les Kuiffs a propos des crimes rituals1 by I.$. 6<871 under Iudah Aob ben athan Jrysa.I. This e)tract gi.urder Aibel and the Ie+1 48961 p.4<//.an1 the Ie+ish (ncyclopedia3Vol.ery full information1 confirms the murder1 crucifi)ion1 and bleeding of Christians by Ie+s for ritual purposes and the use of blood for mi)ing +ith the @asso. Hnder the heading1 Baruch 2a.es .erted Rabbi called himself by the name eophyte. Hltimately1 they became assimilated into the Christian community.
A con.ealed in the #talian ne+spaper1 the Corriere della &era1 +hich published e)tracts of the boo'1 (aster of Blood1 by @rofessor Ariel Toaff. 489:1 p. #n some cases the blood +as mi)ed +ith dough to ma'e aDDimo1 unlea.urder trial1 ga.er 4BB cases +ere cited1 of +hich :< +ere in the 48th century3see A.iroir1 . The festi.idence that the blood of the murdered Father Thomas had been ordered by the %rand rabbi 2a'oub el (ntabi1 and +as reFuired for the use of Dealous persons +ho sent 2a'oub their flour for @asso. $. ()/Rabbi . Rosemarine A Ie+ish academic has shoc'ed #taly by claiming Ie+s murdered Christians for their blood in the .ember :81 4849.e e.to death all those +ho follo+ the doctrine of the Trinity1 and conseFuently all Christian #sraelites. The employment of the blood +as a secret of the %rand Rabbis. 4849.
. The claims +ere denied by leading Ie+ish figures including his father (lio1 once the chief Rabbi of Rome.al mar's the fleeing of the Ie+s from (gypt and @rofessor Toaff says Christian blood +as used for !magic and therapeutic practices". #ts date +as o.erted Ie+1 Cesare Algranati1 enumerated a number of ritual murders for a boo' Cahiers Romains1 48491 a catholic publication of Rome.iddle Ages so it could be used in rituals." 45=B. The details +ere re.uslim during the Damascus Ritual .4:7. Professor O!tra1es Be0s 0"t# H"s Boo3 Cla"5 By Andre+ ..ened bread1 eaten at @esach.ousa Abou/el/Afieh1 +ho became a . Arcand in Ae . The boo' describes the mutilation and crucifi)ion of a t+o/year/old boy to recreate Christ-s e)ecution at @esach1 the Ie+ish (aster.er in +hich he mi)ed the Christian-s blood.ontreal1 &ept. He says the acts too' place in around the city of Trento in northern #taly1 bet+een the 44th and 4=th centuries. #n the boo'1 @rofessor Toaff alleges the ritual 'illing +as carried out by members of a fundamentalist group in reaction to the persecution of Ie+s.
" @rofessor Toaff1 +ho teaches medie.@rofessor Toaff based his boo' on confessions he says came from Ie+s captured and tried for the practice.u'7 THE ORTHODOA COUNCILS CONDEMNIN6 FREEMASONRY %? T#e Act of t#e C#!rc# of C'$r!sE%F%/> This is the aphorism of the national e+ .eral +ere e)ecuted after confession to the crucifi)ion of Christian children.ersity in Ierusalem1 said the reaction +as a !disgrace" as they had not read the boo'1 +hich has yet to be published. As many as are befitting1 that pursue after such a diabolical and la+less employment of Freemasonry1 and all that follo+ unto their infatuation and unto their error1 let them be e)communicated and accursed by the Father1 the &on1 and the Holy &pirit. =yprus rch#ishop of
!*herefore clad in the sacred .co. He emphasiDed the practice +as confined to !a small group of fundamentalists". !There has ne.uslims. He added that attac'ing the +hole of Iudaism +ould be similar to blaming #slam for the acts of e)tremist .olution against the $ttoman Tur's1 shed his blood in defense of the liberty of his homeland from Tur'ey.en though an angel from hea.enge and a +ay1 for them1 of reaching redemption. He said se. The only blood shed in these stories is that of many innocent Ie+s. #taly-s senior rabbis1 including (lio Toaff1 issued a Koint statement condemning the boo'.al and Renaissance history at Bar #lan Hni. &uch a practice is considered +ith horror.estments of epitrachilion and omophorion1 +e say1 if any man preach unto you any other gospel than +hich +e preached unto you1 e.er e)isted in Ie+ish tradition any permission or custom for using human blood for ritual purposes.artyr1 Cyprian1 Archbishop of Cyprus +ho1 in the year 45:41 during the %ree' Re. 4>5/87.TsicU #t +as both a 'ind of re." !#t-s absolutely improper to use centuries old statements1 e)tracted under torture1 to formulate singular and aberrant historical theses.en1 let him be anathema3%al." 3telegraph. "he phorism against *reemasonry—4t =yprian. !They had suffered from the trauma of mass suicides. After death1 they shall be
ery spirit1 but try the spirits +hether they are of %od1 because many false prophets are gone out into the +orld"34 In.ia1 +hich +as at the head of all the Russian $rthodo) Churches outside of Russia. The +rath of %od shall be upon their heads1 and their portion together +ith Iudas the betrayer. $n August 461 489:1 the .
.ery forcefully proclaimed by .)> The Russian $rthodo) Church-s attitude to+ard Freemasonry +as .etropolitan ." *Archbishop Cyprian of e+ Iustiniana and all Cyprus *.e a short history of Freemasonry1 stating that it is one of the most harmful and false teachings in man'ind-s history. =>4=7. %roaning and trembling1 as Cain1 shall they be upon the earth3%en. Then he ga.e such a recompense.tsy &ynod in 2ugosla. =>47. The earth shall clea.ing spat out their abominable heresy1 and shall go afar off from their accursed infatuation1 such 'ind shall recei. An angel of the Aord +ill prosecute them +ith a flaming s+ord and1 unto their life-s termination1 they +ill not 'no+ of progress. And all they indeed that shall abide still unto their +ic'edness +ill ha.etropolitan Chrysanthos of @aphos *. "he 7eclaration against *reemasonry—Dy !etropolitan Fiev nthony of
!Freemasonry is a secret international organiDation to struggle +ith %od1 Christianity1 and all ational %o.ising them !not to belie. 4O>94/ 9:7.unpardoned1 indissoluble1 and bloated.etropolitan Aaurence of Cyrenia Cyprus1 February :nd1 4546 )? T#e Act of t#e R!ss"an Ort#o o4 C#!rc# A(roa E%D.ernments.e and s+allo+ them up1 as Dathan and Abiram3 um.etropolitan issued a @astoral Aetter to the faithful1 +hich included the follo+ing declaration1 ad.e the +ages of the Dealot @hineas? rather let them be blessed and forgi.etropolitan Anthony1 the presiding member of the &rems'y/Jarlo. Aet their +or's and toil be unblessed and let them become a cloud of dust1 as of a summer threshing/floor.eletios of Citium *. But as many as shall go out from the midst of their +ic'edness and shall be separated1 and ha.ided Trinity1 the $ne %od in nature1 and by us His ser.e e.en by the Father1 the &on1 and the Holy &pirit1 the only unconfused and undi.ants. #n the international organiDation1 the first place of influence and importance belongs to Ie+ish membership.ernments1 and especially Christian %o.
Because of this1 and other important reasons1 its forbidden for all $rthodo) Christians to become Freemasons.asonic $rganiDation is incompatible +ith $rthodo) Christianity1 and that such should immediately resign from .? T#e Act of t#e C#!rc# of 6reeceE%D. *.etropolitan Anthony of Jie.e all the Baalism"3p. ! o human being can +ith certainty say1 in the clash and conflict of hostile faiths and creeds1 +hat is truth1 or that he is surely in possession of it1 so e.o+ the .ery .ery ecumenical mo.ement and resign from it if they ha.asonic lodge is a temple of religion? and its teachings are instruction in religion"3p.asonic doctrine +hich is opposed to sound $rthodo) teaching.os. !.asonic order +hich inspires
." $ne needs only to read the Christmas 48O< statement of @atriarch Athengoras1 or Archbishop #a'o. @atriarch Athengoras and Archbishop #a'o. @atric'-s Cathedral1 Ianuary 481 48O81 to realiDe that they continuously e)pound . All clergy is duty/bound to Fuestion those +ho come to Confession +hether they are members of .uslim1 the Brahman1 the follo+ers of Confucius and .sermon at &t.3@resident of the Holy &ynod of the Russian $rthodo) Church Abroad7 &rems'y/Jarlo.e freFuently Fuoted or rephrased the follo+ing from chapter 4B of the abo. Albert @i'e1 in his .ysteries1 conceals its secrets from all e)cept the Adepts and &ages or (lect and uses false e)planations and interpretations to mislead those +ho deser.asonic teachings1 they should be informed that membership of the .e Koined it in ignorance of its goals.e and share .e +or'.tsy1 August 46th1 489: .orals and Dogma of the Ancient and Accepted Rite of Freemasonry1 tell us that !(.o.asonic $rders1 and in case it +ill appear that they are .asonry1 other+ise they +ill be deemed un+orthy to recei.> #t is clear from the follo+ing statement that orthodo) Christians must disa. !.os ha.oroaster1 can assemble as brethren and unite in prayer to the one %od +ho is abo.asonic .eryone should feel that it is Fuite possible and another eFually honest and sincere +ith himself1 and yet holding a contrary opinion1 may himself be in the possession of the truth..asons and belie.e holy Communion1 and their further impenitency +ill bring them to e)communication from the orthodo) Church. ::O7.asonry1 li'e all religions1 all the .ement-s founders and chief e)ponents are members of the .asonry1 around +hose altars are the Christian1 the Hebre+1 the . 4B67. :497. The .e only to be misled"3p.
ed at the follo+ing conclusion1 accepted unanimously by all the Bishops.ing passed along the luminous roads of 'no+ledge under the mysteriarchs @rometheus1 Dionysius and $rpheus1 formulated the eternal la+s of the Hni. As in the rites of the ancient idolatrous mysteries1 the drama of the labors and death of the mystery god +as repeated1 and in the imitati. After a discussion they arri.them and gi.al of the ancient mysteries and can be called the guardian of them1 SFreemasonry is a direct offspring of the (gyptian mysteries-? the humble +or'shop of the . According to the confession of a prominent teacher of
. !Freemasonry is not simply a philanthropic union or a philosophic school1 but constitutes a mystagogical system +hich reminds us of the ancient heathen mystery religions and cults1 from +hich it descends and is their continuation and regeneration.e repetition of the drama the initiate dies together +ith the patron of the mystery religion1 +ho +as al+ays a mythical person symboliDing the &un of nature +hich dies in +inter and is regenerated in spring1 so it is also1 in the initiation of the third degree1 of the patron of Freemasonry1 Hiram and a 'ind of repetition of his death1 in +hich the initiate suffers +ith him1 struc' by the same instruments and on the same parts of the body of Hiram.erseE !&uch a lin' bet+een freemasonry and the ancient idolatrous mysteries is also manifested by all that is enacted and performed at their initiations. #s it no +onder then that orthodo)y becomes unimportant to these people0 "he 7eclaration against *reemasonry—Dy the &oly 4ynod of the =hurch of 0reece The Bishops of the Church of %reece in their session of $ctober 4:1 48991 concerned themsel.i.ersity of Athens1 and the particular opinion of @rofessor @anagiotes Bratsiotes1 +hich +as appended thereto. They also too' into consideration publications on this Fuestion in %reece and abroad. This is not only admitted by prominent teachers in the lodges1 but they declare it +ith pride1 affirming literally1 Freemasonry is the only sur.es them their guidelines.es and the dar'ness of the cedars of #ndia and the un'no+n depths of the @yramids and the crypts of the magnificent temples of #sis? in the %ree' mysteries of Freemasonry1 ha.asonic Aodge is nothing else than the ca.es +ith the study and e)amination of the secret international organiDation1 Freemasonry. They heard +ith attention the introductory e)position of the Commission of four Bishops appointed by the Holy &ynod at its last session1 also the opinion of the Theology Faculty of the Hni.
This is sho+n +ithout any doubt by the fact that it possesses its o+n temples +ith altars1 +hich are characteriDed by prominent teachers as S+or'shops +hich cannot ha.asonic agapes and from the feasting of the +inter and summer solstices +ith religious meals and general reKoicings1 it is a physiolatric religion.es clearly its pretensions to be a super/religion. !$n the other hand1 Freemasonry in prominently e)alting 'no+ledge and in helping free research as Sputting no limit in the search of truth-3according to its rituals and constitution71 and more
.asonic baptism1 the ceremony of conKugal ac'no+ledgement or the . This means that by .asonic memorial ser.e moral perfection and 'no+ledge of truth1 is lifting itself to the position of a 'ind of a super/religion1 loo'ing on all religions3+ithout e)cepting Christianity7 as inferior to itself.elops in its initiates the idea that only in . But in the mystery religions1 in spite of the apparent spirit of tolerance and acceptance of foreign gods1 lead to a syncretism +hich undermined and gradually shoo' confidence in other religions1 thus Freemasonry today1 +hich see's to embrace in itself gradually all man'ind and +hich promises to gi.ery other religion1 because it is not interested directly in the religion to +hich its initiates belong.!Thus Freemasonry is1 as granted1 a mystery religion1 Fuite different1 separate1 and alien to the Christian faith. This is1 ho+e.and as temples of . And the fact alone that Freemasonry creates a brotherhood e)cluding all other brotherhoods outside of it3+hich are considered by Freemasons as !uninstructed"1 e.es that in this point also it is an offspring and a continuation of ancient idolatrous mysteries +hich accepted for initiation +orshippers of all gods.asonic initiation1 a Christian becomes a brother of the . As may be concluded from the .e less history and holiness than the Church.en +hen they are Christian7 pro.uslim1 the Buddhist1 or any 'ind of rationalist1 +hile the Christian not initiated in Freemasonry becomes to him an outsider.asonic temple1 and so on1 it possesses its o+n initiations1 its o+n ceremonial ritual1 its o+n hierarchal order and a definite discipline.asonic lodges is performed the shaping and smoothing of the unsmoothed and unhe+n stone.er1 e)plained by its syncretistic character and pro. Thus it de. !#t is true that it may seem at first that freemasonry can be reconciled +ith e.Freemasonry1 Hiram is !as $siris1 as .ice1 the consecration of the .ithra1 and as Bacchus1 one of the personifications of the &un.asonic marriage1 the .irtue and +isdom +here the &upreme Being is +orshipped and the truth is taught1 it possesses it s o+n religious ceremonies1 such as the ceremony of adoption of the .
ot only has the *estern Church branded for its o+n reasons the .e appro. #t is natural that . ConseFuently1 clergymen cannot be permitted to ta'e part in this association.e all1 confining human reason to the limits traced by Di. # consider as +orthy of degradation e. Hnanimously and +ith one .es of all the Autocephalus $rthodo) Churches too' part1 has characteriDed Freemasonry as a Sfalse and anti/Christian religion-. !Thus1 the incompatible contradiction bet+een Christianity and Freemasonry is Fuite clear.uch more has the $rthodo) Catholic Church1 maintaining in its integrity the treasure of Christian faith proclaimed against it e.than this by adapting the so/called natural ethic1 sho+s itself in this sense to be in sharp contradiction +ith the Christian religion.estigation through reason only.ine %race1 Freemasonry has only natural truth and brings to the 'no+ledge of its initiates free thin'ing and in.e also declared it to be incompatible +ith Christianity. For the Christian religion e)alts faith abo.ery clergyman +ho does so. Freemasonry accepts as its members not only Christians1 but also Ie+s and .e ta'en a stand against freemasonry.e our
.estigations and discussions by its @resident His %race Archbishop Chrysostomos of Athens> !Freemasonry cannot be at all compatible +ith Christianity as far as it is a secret organiDation1 acting and teaching in mystery and secret and deifying rationalism.ery time that the Fuestion of Freemasonry has been raised. *ith unsha'en faith in our Aord Iesus Christ1 Sin +hom +e ha. Recently1 the #nter/$rthodo) Commission +hich met on . .ement by numerous @apal encyclicals1 but Autheran1 .asonic mo.er all connections +ith it1 for Christianity alone is the religion +hich teaches absolute truth and fulfills the religious and moral needs of men.e mentioned session heard +ith relief and accepted the follo+ing conclusion +hich +ere dra+n from the in. #t is necessary to urge upon all +ho entered it +ithout due thought and +ithout e)amining +hat Freemasonry is1 to se.ed +hat +as said1 and +e declare that all the faithful children of the Church must stand apart from Freemasonry.ount Athos and in +hich the representati.ine Re.arious Churches of other denominations ha.oice all the Bishops of the Church of %reece ha.elation1 and leading to through the supernatural dogmas as truths1 as's for faith first1 and grounds its moral structure on the supernatural Di.ethodist and @resbyterian communities ha. #t bases its moral structure only on the natural forces of man1 and has only natural aims.uslims." The assembly of the Bishops of the Church of %reece in the abo.
#t is not la+ful to belong at the same time to Christ and to search for redemption and moral perfection outside Him.inced that most of them ha.asonic lodges and acti.eness of our sins1 according to the riches of His %race1 +hereby He abounds to us in all +isdom and prudence-3(ph.e gone astray.ol.ed by eternal life1 +e must not fall from the grace of Christ by becoming parta'ers of other mysteries.ed .e become in.alues.ities1 being sure that they are thereby of a certainty rene+ing their lin's +ith our one Aord and &a.ine &acraments through +hich +e are sanctified and sa.ed in the initiations of .e +ords of +isdom-1 but in the parta'ing of the Di.ior +hich +ere +ea'ened by ignorance and by a +rong sense of .redemption through His blood1 the forgi. For these reasons true Christianity is incompatible +ith Freemasonry."
.asonic mysteries must from this moment se. The Assembly of the Bishops of the Church of %reece e)pects this particularly and +ith lo.e1 that the one Aord Iesus Christ1 Sthe +ay1 the truth1 and the life-1 may illumine and return to the truth those +ho in ignorance ha.e recei.er all relations +ith . !Therefore1 all +ho ha.ealed by Him and preached by the Apostles1 Snot in persuasi.e from the initiates of the lodges1 being con. Recommending then +ith sympathy1 and in no +ise to the hostility or hatred of the faithful children of the Church1 the Assembly of Bishops calls them to pray +ith her from the heart in Christian lo.asonic initiation not realiDing that by it they +ere passing into another religion1 but on the contrary from ignorance1 thin'ing that they had done nothing contrary to the faith of their fathers. 4></87 possessing the truth re.