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What you know you can’t explain,
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You felt it your entire life
that there’s something very wrong with the world.
You don’t know what it is—but it’s there,
like a splinter in your mind,
driving you mad…”.
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“I do conscientially and sincerely believe that Freemasonry, if not the greatest, is one of the greatest moral and political evils under which the Union is now laboring.
It is a conspiracy of a few against the rights of the many. Masonry aught forever be abolished.
It is wrong, essentially wrong, and a seed of evil which can never produce any good.”
U.S. President John Quincy Adams
“Letters Of Freemasonry” – 1833
“The very word “secrecy” is repugnant in a free and open society; and we are as a people inherently and historically opposed to secret societies, to secret oaths and to secret proceedings. We decided long ago that the dangers of excessive and unwarranted concealment of pertinent facts far outweighed the dangers which are cited to justify it.
Even today, there is little value in opposing the threat of a closed society by imitating its arbitrary restrictions.
Even today, there is little value in insuring the survival of our nation if our traditions do not survive with it.
And there is very grave danger that an announced need for increased security will be seized upon by those anxious to expand its meaning to the very limits of official censorship and concealment.
That I do not intend to permit to the extent that it is in my control.”
President John Kennedy
“The President And The Press”
Some official information about Freemasonry
from one of their own websites.
Freemasonry has infiltrated Governments and politicians worldwide – along with all polices forces, militaries and public services where many of these people are required to take oaths to serve their countries, the public and their communities.
Given that the Masonic Oath negates, or at the very least, takes precedent over ALL other oaths it suggests a lot of these individuals are committing TREASON.
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Freemasonry, on the surface,
appears to be a benign,
even charitable, organisaton.
Maybe a bit deeper look …
… the masonic oath ‘supercedes’ any other oath a person has made.
This includes the oath made by professional people like doctors, politicians, police, military, legal.
If you encounter a professional who is a Freemason, (they nearly all are), their loyalty is to their lodge, not the community they appear to serve or you.
Freemasonry makes a point of recruiting all individuals in positions of influence in the community and ensures they’re ‘looked after’ professionally and placed in positions of higher influence.
Literally, a person entering a ‘lodge’ sells their soul to Freemasonry.
Just about all suburbs have a lodge.
Many persons entering Freemasonry do so to enhance their personal situation
either professionally, financially or status.
This may sound like a good idea but …
There Ain’t No Such Thing As A Free Lunch
All persons entering into Freemasonry
have to swear this oath, no exceptions.
This is the prescribed penalty for breaking that oath –
not exactly a small punishment for an organisation
that goes to so much trouble to give the impression
it’s so charitable to the community.
… ‘All this I most solemnly, sincerely promise and swear, with a firm and steady resolution to perform the same, without any hesitation, myself, under no less penalty than that of having my body severed in two, my bowels taken from thence and burned to ashes, the ashes scattered before the four winds of heaven, that no more remembrance might be had of so vile and wicked a wretch as I would be, should I ever, knowingly, violate this my Master Mason’s obligation. So help me God, and keep me steadfast in the due performance of the same.
In some respects, it depends on how ‘high-up’ or installed he is in Freemasonry. But, on the other hand, the ‘higher-up’ he is, the less likely he is to break his oath in the first place.
Make no mistake – at any level, breaking this oath can have dire consequences as it can expose the lodge to scrutiny and that person could reveal some of what goes on behind closed doors.
Like Aytlin Childs below, anyone leaving Freemasonry might have some concern about their future well-being.
Freemasonry, on the surface,
appears to be a benign,
even charitable organisaton.
But, it begs the question …
.. .if Freemasonry is so benign,
… why is it so secretive about it’s activities?
Experience must warn any thinking adults that the only reason for secrecy in anything people do is because they’re doing something they don’t want anyone to know about.
Honesty does not require secrecy.
In fact, it makes more common sense that any ‘good’ organisation would WANT to display it’s activities.
Maybe a bit deeper look …
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Ex-Master Free Mason
& Police Officer gives testimony
95% of police officers are Free Masons.
Masonic handshakes can look clumsy.
They’re not – they’re very well rehearsed and practiced – it’s where Masons declare their ‘rank’ in the pecking order to each other.
It’s where Freemasons publicly set themselves apart from the rest of the community – at this point, they are representing their lodge – not their profession on behalf of their community.
Masons are required to tell lies and even perjure themselves to protect other Masons. They are also required to obey even orders which they know to be immoral or illegal, (for us).
“You must conceal all the crimes of your brother Masons, except murder and treason, and these only at your own option, and should you be summoned as a witness against a brother Mason be always sure to shield him. Prevaricate [falsify], don’t tell the whole truth in his case, keep his secrets, forget the most important points. It may be perjury to do this, it is true, but you’re keeping your obligations, and remember if you live up to your obligation strictly, you’ll be free from sin.” (Edmond Ronayne, “Masonic Handbook,” page 183)
Freemasons have set themselves apart from the rest of society
They consider themselves ‘superior’ to us.
They’re the ‘illuminated’ ones.
Their oath swears their loyalties only to other Freemasons – each other – not anyone or anything else.
This is why so many traitors are Freemasons. in their world they’re not traitors at all, they’re actually ‘champions to the cause’.
How women was taught how to smoke
in a weekend.
Why is this here?
Guess who owns the tobacco industry
(in fact, guess who owns ALL industries)
This marketing campaign doubled
the cigarette manufacturers market in one weekend
The owners of this market decreed
they wanted to double their market.
In one weekend – it was DONE!
Looks like they get you all ways
After you’ve smoked yourself to death
Freemasons will bury you
Most funeral business’ are owned by Freemasons
How to become
What could be more benign than this website?
All mates together … what could possibly go wrong?
Freemasons are ordinary men
inspired by an extraordinary legacy
Freemasons are a diverse group of men from all walks of life, from many religions and many backgrounds.
We follow a centuries-old tradition that started with the guilds of stonemasons in medieval times and evolved into an influential organisation that welcomed a broader membership in the 1700s in England. Today, Freemasonry is more relevant than ever, giving men support to navigate changing times and become the best they can be.
Many famous men through history have been Freemasons – from Mozart to Winston Churchill, from Benjamin Franklin to Peter Sellers, from Isaac Newton to Oscar Wilde, from Joseph Banks to Steve Wozniak (co-founder of Apple).
In Australia, Robert Menzies, Donald Bradman, Charles Kingsford Smith and Weary Dunlop are just a few names from the long list of notable Freemasons.
Freemasonry is an international movement with over six million members worldwide but it works very much within the local community.
In earlier times, Freemasonry was secretive about its operations and that gave rise to all sorts of bizarre rumours and misunderstandings. Today we are much more open about our role in the community and we share information to show we have nothing undesirable to hide.
‘Freemasons are a diverse group
from all walks of life, from many religions
and many backgrounds.’
(They may when they join, but once they’re ‘in’
it’s a world of complex ‘rules’ rituals and control)
This website suggests anyone can become a Freemason
But, to become a Freemason you cannot just ‘join’ – you must be invited by another Freemason.
If you don’t make the ‘cut’, if you don’t fit the profile, if you’re not going to be much value to a lodge, you won’t get ‘in’.
Go and try to join Freemasonry and tell the you’re a production worker in a factory or you do night shift at the local supermarket filling shelves and you want to serve your local community and see what happens.
Likely a different result if you OWN the factory or supermarket.
Who generally gets ‘in’ – who do they ‘want’?
They want people who are prepared to
literally ‘sell their soul’ to Freemasonry
above, even, their families
People who influence others in the community – professional people.
e.g Local councillors, medical professionals, accountants, business people.
Of more concern, police at all levels, military at all levels, politicians at all levels.
These people are seeking careers in their chosen profession, re-election.
It’s well known that police or military are unlikely to get past the rank of sergeant if they’re not a Freemason.
Remember, to be Freemason a person has to take the Masonic Oath – there are NO exceptions.
This means the oath these people took to serve their country is negated by the Masonic Oath – ironically, by becoming a Freemason they’ve declared and identified themselves to be TRAITORS to the country they promised to serve which includes the community they’re advertise they to serve.
Notice, nowhere on this web page does it state
that Freemasons have anything to do with the community.
It actually declared only that Freemasonry
‘works very much within the local community’.
Doing what, exactly?
‘Freemasonry is an international movement
with over six million members worldwide
but it works very much within the local community.’
Just about ALL politicians,
persons with rank in the military
or police must be a Freemason –
they just wouldn’t get the gig –
they’d never get the job otherwise.
This club looks after itself by looking after it’s own.
It states that on the web page.
Generally, Freemasons ‘join’ for what’s in it for THEM
not what’s in is for anyone else.
If any business person wants to succeed in business
the only way they can do that is to do business with
Those other businesses will be owned by Freemasons
who will not deal with them unless they’re ALSO a Freemason
(part of the club)
they identify their membership, and their rank,
with their strange handshakes.
But if they ARE a Freemason, then then those other businesses
are almost OBLIGATED to ensure their success
‘Today, Freemasonry is more relevant than ever,
giving men support to navigate changing times
and become the best they can be.’
As George Carlin aptly stated – it’s a big club and we ain’t in it.
Ask yourself – who are ANY of these people really working for?
Make no mistake – these people think they’re BETTER than you –
(they’re ‘illuminated’, you’re not).
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