Jesuit priest Adam Weishaupt formed the "Order of Perfectibilists", which was later known as the Illuminati. Weishaupt wrote: "The great strength of our [satanic] Order lies in its concealment, let it never appear, in any place in its own name, but always covered by another name, and another occupation. None is fitter than the three lower degrees of Freemasonry; the public is accustomed to it, expects little from it, and therefore takes little notice of it."
(Letters in Freemason star or pentagram refer to Hebrew words 'Levi' and 'Tan' to form the word 'Leviathan' which mean "joined to the serpent".)
Is Freemasonry redressed witchcraft and satanism?
PARTS 1 & 2 below...
TITLE: FREEMASONRY -- TWO ORGANIZATIONS, ONE
VISIBLE, THE OTHER
Simply put, Freemasonry is an organization within
an organization. One organization is deliberately lied to and mislead
with false interpretations, while the inner organization knows the spiritual
Truth of Freemasonry, and embraces it with heart, soul, and mind.
[Freemason] Occult clues at Legislature:
By DAVID SCHMEICHEL, STAFF REPORTER Thu, February 17, 2005
What if a well-known Winnipeg landmark was really an architectural talisman,
built to the specifications of the same "divine blueprints" found in ancient
temples? Not buying it? Read on.
University of Winnipeg researcher Frank Albo has spent years collecting
evidence suggesting the floor plans of Manitoba's Legislative Building might
be more occult-based than anyone guessed.
"We have a Rosetta Stone in the heart of the Canadian Prairies ... and it's
hidden," Albo said. "My academic career hinges on this, so I've been careful
to make sure I'm not inventing things. But the coincidences start to add up to
the point where you go, 'This is amazing.' Now the coincidences have so
overwhelmed me that I'm mission-bound to find out what's going on."
'BLUEPRINT FOR THE PLAN OF GOD'
Albo had hoped to write his thesis on how the Legislature matched the specs of
ancient pagan temples, but soon noticed recurring elements that didn't fit the
Among things that kept cropping up were numbers -- five, eight and 13 -- found
in a numerical segment discovered by 12th-century mathematician Leonardo
Fibonacci, in which each number is the sum of the two preceding it. The
segment is found often in nature, and is considered by many to be a "blueprint
for the plan of God," Albo said.
"Even if you go on the official tour, they'll mention how the number 13 keeps
appearing -- 13 chairs, 13 lights ... even the original height of the Golden
Boy," he said. "When I plugged those numbers into the floor plan ... it
appeared the architecture adhered to this divine plan."
Digging deeper, Albo realized the lieutenant-governor's reception room had
cubit (an ancient measure of length roughly equal to the length of a forearm)
dimensions matching those of King Solomon's inner sanctum. But the cubits used
were those favoured by Freemasons, a fraternal group known for secret rituals
and interest in the occult.
After Albo learned there were many Masons in the administration that built the
Legislature, his thesis took a new direction.
His theories were supported by subsequent findings -- hieroglyphic writings,
eight-pointed stars, and even the oft-celebrated Golden Boy himself.
"It leads me to believe this building may have been built as a sort of
talisman -- a beacon of energy to harness these ideas that in ancient times
were considered divine," he said. "It follows what ancient architects thought
... that if you build a temple in a city, the temple should venerate the god
of that particular city."
Albo has found nothing similar in legislatures in other provinces, but said
Masonic images abound in U.S. government buildings and symbols. Fuelled by the
"Indiana Jones-esque" nature of his research, and a resurgence in numerology
spawned by The Da Vinci Code, Albo has presented his theories to architectural
experts, art historians and even Freemasons all over the world.
He recently met with Manitoba's minister of government services, and hopes to
see the province incorporate his findings into tourism initiatives. "We need
to highlight this building, so it's celebrated for it's worth," said Albo, who
presents a discussion on his findings tomorrow night at the Hotel Fort Garry.
Some of the more prominent features ("hidden in plain view") that liken the
Legislature to an ancient temple: - The Bisons: Temple entrances were
typically guarded by statues of menacing bulls, lions or rams. The entrance
room has all three (OK, bison, not bulls), and carvings of Greek goddess
Athena and snake-haired gorgon Medusa.
- The Golden Boy: Albo believes the Golden Boy was modelled after Greek god
Hermes, patron of the occult arts and protector of merchants and travellers
(bear in mind Winnipeg was being primed as a trade-and-travel hub when the
Legislature was built). Below statue are hieroglyphic etchings invoking the
powers of Egyptian Sun god Re.
- The lieutenant-governor's reception room: The only room off-limits to the
public, the room is built to the exact specs of King Solomon's inner sanctum
(or Holy of Holies), believed to be the resting place of the Ark of the
Covenant. Coincidentally, there's a carving of a war chest -- flanked by two
warriors -- located outside the Leg, directly above the room.
Police riddled with masonic cult influence! Note
even patches contain masonic symbols.
Both the Victoria and Vancouver police departments are heavily controlled by freemasons... Note the Victoria patch (above) is one of the few that actually displays the highest '33 degree' freemason symbol - the so-called "all seeing eye" of Horus, or symbol of the illuminati.
Retired Chief Superintendent of RCMP on PR campaign as Grand Master Mason.
Yesterday, I sat down with Mumby during his visit to London, which is home to about 3,300 Mason members. Mumby, who lives near Ottawa, is a retired chief superintendent with the RCMP. He served with the RCMP for 35 years -- and that influence is immediately apparent in his manner and bearing. He's the kind of man I instinctively call "sir" and, when shaking hands, squeeze as hard as I can.
More about that handshake later.
Mumby has been a Mason since 1975. And three months ago, he was elected as Ontario's Grand Master.
...The founding of the lodge has also alarmed some Royal staff who do not wish to be associated with the fraternity famed for bizarre initiation rites, mystical regalia and mysterious codes of conduct.
It is also likely to cause consternation among career women in the Palace, as it is a men-only organisation.
Non-members in Royal service are said to be fearful they will be overlooked for prestigious promotions and left unsupported in any below-stairs clashes.
Masons are widely believed to further the business and professional interests of brother Masons, although they would deny this and claim it is a harmless social and charitable organisation.
The lodge, which will not meet at the Palace but will be based in a Masonic Hall elsewhere, will be open to all members of the Royal Household, from armed police protection officers to below-stairs staff such as pages and footmen.
It will also recruit staff in other Royal residences including Windsor Castle, Clarence House and St James's Palace. [full story]
The above story is curious, because it claims the Queen "is not amused", yet the Queen is herself a 33rd degree mason and the Patroness of Freemasonry. Her 'lack of amusement' could be for various reasons, but a lack of support for freemasonry is certainly not one of them.
Canadian Masonic Politician and Chief Justice exposed by Byron Prior [Video]