Architects of Deception Part VI
The Highest Degrees
The 31st degree is called Grand Inspector Inquisitor. Only 400 out of all the British freemasons reach this degree at any one time.
The 32nd degree is called Master of the Royal Secret. Only upon attaining the 32nd degree are the freemasons told that "freemasonry will eventually control the world" (Paul A. Fisher, "Behind the Lodge Door", Rockford, Illinois 1994, p. 240). Within the 32nd degree, members are given a "true picture" of freemasonry. Only 180 British members attain this degree. Only 75 British freemasons are permitted to reach the 33rd and last degree, Inspector General Honorary or Sovereign Grand Commander.
The leader of the Knights Templar had based all this knowledge on powerfully charged magic symbols within the higher degrees. Maso- nic directions state: "Magic is like mathematics, it is precision without error and the absolute science of nature and its laws."
The Swedish philosopher Henry Laurency explained: " Magic is the mental direction of etheric energies."
The three highest degrees are reserved for the leaders of the order. The lower degrees are only a faeade for the ignorant. This is the rea- son why most ordinary brothers have no idea of how their role is abused. Many have difficulty in understanding that freemasonry is a state within the state and poses a serious threat to every society.
One man, who belonged to the 33rd degree but later left the organization's pointless rituals behind him, stated: "Through the rites you are trained not to reflect over contradictions. You are trained to allow yourself to be fooled."
In addition to the high entrance fees, freemasons pay a certain sum each time they rise in the ranks. Freemasonry also has secret sources of income.
The Supreme Council of France was founded in 1804. Jewish extre- mists paid 18 million francs to the Supreme Council in the 1890s, according to the historian Domenico Margiotta. The Supreme Council of world freemasonry (officially Southern Jurisdiction) is located in Washington, D.C., not far from the White House. All important politi- cal decisions are made by the Supreme Council of the Scottish Rite.
The following can be read in "The Secret Initiation into the 33rd Degree": "Freemasonry is nothing more and nothing less than revolution in action, the ceaselessly continuing conspiracy."
There are defectors that have deserted freemasonry and revealed that there are another three degrees above the visible degrees: the Invisible Degree, the Council of Seven, and the Patriarch of the Un- crowned Emperor of the World. These are all secret Illuminati degrees.
The Supreme Council of the Scottish Rite of the 33rd Degree in Washington, D. C. The right-hand stone lion in front of the building is a symbol of wisdom, while the left hand lion represents power.
A Masonic Convention began in Wilhelmsbad in Hanau in Hessen- Nassau on 16 3uly 1782. The Grand Master Archduke Ferdinand attended in person along with representatives of all the united lodges, even the French lodges. The convention lasted for 46 days. The aim was to adopt the degree system of the Knights Templar instead of the English system with only three degrees. Soon after- wards the reformed Scottish system with five degrees appeared. This system met with little success in the German states, however. The German lodges wanted to retain the Knights Templar system, which had several degrees (Carl Dahlgren, "Frimureriet" / "Freemasonry", Stockholm, 1925, p. 133). The Illuminati and the freemasons joined forces at this convention. Their anger was directed towards the monarchies and the Church.
The costumes of the "Builders of the Temple", their ceremonies and the names of the degrees are typically Jewish. This is evident from an article in LIFE Magazine from 4 March 1957.
Other Masonic Rites
Freemasonry officially came to Sweden in 1735, when Count Axel Wrede-Sparre founded a lodge. The meetings took place in the Stenbock castle on Riddarholmen in the Old Town of Stockholm. Wrede-Sparre had become a freemason in France. In actual fact a secret lodge (later called the Rite of Swedenborg) was founded in Stockholm as early as 1721. There is also evidence of an even earlier period. The freemasons of today prefer not to discuss this. The mystic Emanuel Swedenborg became a freemason himself in Lund in 1706.
The Swedish Rite is descended from the lodge at Kilwinning in Scotland. This small town, not far from Glasgow, is regarded as the cradle of Scottish freemasonry.
Sparre accepted eight noblemen into his lodge between 1735 and 1738 and five of these later became royal councillors (Harry Len- hammar, "Med murslev och svard" / "With Trowel and Sword", Delsbo, 1985, p. 57). King Frederic I banned all masonic meetings on 21 October 1738; defiance of the law was punishable by death. The king of France had likewise prohibited the activity of the masonic lodges. Frederic I was petitioned and he recalled his prohibition in December of the same year. Frederic I later became a freemason himself, but the order made sure that he was never informed of any deeper secrets.
In the 1750s, the under-secretary Carl Fredric Eckleff of the Swedish Foreign Office created a system, which would later become known as the Swedish Rite. The Grand Swedish National Lodge was founded by Eckleff together with 24 other high-ranking masonic brothers, including Fredric von Stenhagen and Israel Torpadius, on 25 December 1759 in Stockholm.
The Swedish Rite is Christian in appearances. In reality it is even more influenced by syncretic mysticism (a combination of different mystical doctrines), Jewish magic and cabbalism, than British freemasonry, according to the Norwegian historian Sverre Dag Mogstad.
The freemasons wore a yellow and red hat-cordon. It was im- mediately evident who belonged to the order. Duke Carl, Frederic's brother and masonic grand master, sent out a directive 1798 sugges- ting a special dress code for freemasons from the eighth degree and upwards. The letter states that "this uniform, which the king has given his consent to, shall consist of a French frock-coat of dark blue cloth buttoned with a row of gilded buttons with an embossed cross, with a scarlet lining, a folding collar and lapels of the same colour with braiding or white piping, a white waistcoat, straw-yellow breeches, tall riding boots with spurs, a three-corner hat decorated with a red and white cockade and stamen of white feathers, a white leather baldric and a gilded sword" (Harry Lenhammar, "Med murslev och svard" / "With Trowel and Sword", Delsbo, 1985, p. 81).
The intention was that the freemason would be seen as a knight of charity.
On 9 March 1803, the police began to follow the activities of all secret societies. But this surveillance did not extend to freemasonry, which was under the protection of the king. In 1818, the new king Charles XIV became the supreme patron of Swedish freemasonry. This information comes from the masonic register of 1826.
There were ten degrees in the Swedish system, and two more degrees, which were regarded as secret. Not long ago, the register also began to list those who had attained the eleventh degree. The 11th degree is called Most Enlightened Brother, Knight Commander of the Red Cross.
The three first degrees are called the St. John's degrees or the blue freemasonry. The minimum age is 21 years.
The St. Andrew's (Scottish red degrees) encompass the fourth to sixth degrees, and finally there are the chapter degrees from the seventh to eleventh (the eleventh is called the honorary degree, but there is also a secret twelfth degree). The former Minister of Defence Anders Bjorck is a freemason of the 10th degree.
According to the secret 37-page book containing the foundation regulations and ritual descriptions of Svenska Frimurare Orden (the Swedish Order of Freemasons), you can become an accepted mason of the first degree (Apprentice of St. John) in the following manner:
With the point of a sword aimed at his breast, the applicant is lead to the lodge door. After some questions, he is admitted to the hall of the first degree with the sword-point at his breast and a blindfold over his eyes. There he swears an oath of silence where he agrees to have his throat cut. The master asks the applicant: "Are you prepared to give yourself completely and utterly into our hands and be made a freemason according to the laws and practices that we follow..."
The applicant is also asked if he is prepared to accept the faith of the freemasons and to abandon his own. This question is repeated once. The master then explains that the candidate must be "useful to our purposes" but above all he must have "an unswerving sub- mission to our orders".
With a cleverly composed question, the master wishes to know if the initiate is prepared to obey the Masonic Order even when it comes to illegal acts.
At the end of the initiation, all the brothers aim their swords at the breast of the applicant after the blindfold is removed. The chairman states that if anyone dares to reveal to the public the rituals, which have been performed, that person will be regarded as an enemy and a traitor.
The applicant is given a leather apron, a pair of white ladies gloves and a sword. The title of the masonic book "With Trowel and Sword" / "Med murslev och svard: Svenska Frimurarorden under 250 ar" by the freemason and Professor Harry Lenhammar (Delsbo, 1985) proves that the sword has an important role within freemasonry.
The ceremonies include astrology, cabbalism and Egyptian magic. Blood rituals are mentioned several times in the ritual handbooks, which are secret and very hard to get hold of.
The second degree is called the Fellow Craft degree.
At the initiation into the third degree, the following gruesome ceremony is performed. The freemason is led backwards into the lodge room, which contains all kinds of symbols of death. The lights are dim. With a human skull by his side, the chairman hits the candi- date three times on the head with a hammer. The candidate is then made to lie down in a coffin and the lid is put in place. After a while of being "dead", a leading freemason says: "The corpse has already decomposed, the nails are falling off from the fingers, but with my and Cleopatra's help, we shall make him come alive again." Other freemasons knock on the coffin lid. The ceremony ends with the words: "It has been completed."
The coffin symbolizes the Israelite ark of the covenant.
A noose is used during the initiation to the fourth and fifth deg- rees. A rope is placed around the neck of the candidate and tighte- ned four times. This is supposed to help the candidate to become a better human being (!?).
So how do you become a better human being? On 24 March 1980, a masonic master called Gibson from Southgate (a suburb of London) and two other freemasons robbed a vehicle containing silver worth of 3.4 million pounds in Barking, Essex, in England. Despite the fact that many policemen were members of Gibson's lodge, none of them seemed to know that Gibson was on a list of London's 100 most wanted criminals.
In the initiation to the sixth degree, a masked brother leads the candidate to a dark cellar passage, called the Acacia Path and leaves him there. With a lantern in his hand, the candidate has to pass coffins, human skulls, bones and other gruesome items, until he finds the sprig of acacia, which officially symbolizes hope.
In the seventh degree, the freemason is initiated into the masonic faith, dressed in a white-hooded robe with a red cross on the back.
Those who are accepted into the eighth degree, are given the free- masons' symbolic ring, which affects the aura of the bearer nega- tively, making it shrink.
The code question asked of those who have attained the ninth degree is: "Rabbi, ubi habitas?" (Rabbi, where dost thou live?) The password is: "Venite visum." (Come and see.) After this, a battle-cry called baptista is used.
These sick patterns of behaviour should be a warning to all well- balanced people.
According to the Swedish masonic magazine Frimuraren (No. 3, 2000, p. 13), it takes 17 years to reach the 10th degree.
The Norwegian researcher of freemasonry Sverre Dag Mogstad, claims that there is a secret degree in Norwegian freemasonry called 10:2, in which blood-rites (mixing of blood) take place (Tom Lipkin, "Finns det en hemlig 10:2-grad i finlandskt frimureri?" / "Is There a Secret 10:2 Degree in Finnish Freemasonry", Vasabladet, 16 April 1993).
The highest degree is occupied by the masonic grand master, who bears the title Wisest Vicarius of Solomon (the wisest among brothers) and Supreme Leader. Beneath the grand master are ten ministers. Brothers of a higher degree must be obeyed. But above this Vicarius is another, secret person, whose name and address is unknown to all but the Wisest Vicarius of Solomon (N. Eggis - actually Sigfrid Nilsson - "Frimureriet", Helsingborg, Sweden, 1933, p. 17). So there is yet another secret degree in the Swedish Rite - the thirteenth.
The highest-ranking brothers were called 'illuminated' as early as in the 19th century.
In September 2001, the Physics Professor Anders Fahlman (11°) became grand master. The order is lead by the Supreme Council, which includes all of the chief offices as procurator of the grand master, and chancellor of the Order, and also the provincial masters as representatives of the seven sections of the country. Provincial Grand Lodge of Finland is referred to as Grand Chapter.
Jews who are accepted into the Swedish lodges must be baptised.
The Baatska castle in Stockholm was adapted for the purposes of the freemasons in the 1870s. There are twelve columns with Corin- thian chapters in two rows outside the palace. Swedish freemasonry is not at all an independent organization, despite the fact that this is officially claimed. If this was the case, they would not be imple- menting five-point program of the Illuminati. The Swedish freemason Johan Jakob Anckarstrom in 1792 was given the order from Paris to kill King Gustavus III, although the formal order was given by the Swedish grand master, the King's elder brother and the future Carl XIII. Duke Carl received the title Duke of Sodermanland after having taken part in the so-called revolution of 1772.
The Illuminati Gustaf Bjornram, Gustaf Ulfvenclou, and Carl Bohe- man were responsible for actively confusing Prince Charles with their theories of magic. Carl Boheman, the son of a coppersmith from Jon- koping, was the most dangerous of these impostors. He had studied at the University of Lund for a brief period but ran away because of a debt and ended up in Amsterdam where he began to work in a merchant house and was initiated into the freemasonry. Boheman became acquainted with a wealthy Englishman, called Stephens, who belonged to a secret order. Boheman accompanied Stephens to Lon- don, where he became engaged to the latter's sister. She died before the couple were married, but Boheman was allowed to keep 10 000 pounds, which should have become his in connection with the wedding. In 1794 he turned up in Copenhagen as a rich man and became a Danish citizen (C. Georg Starback, "Berattelser ur svenska historien" / "Tales from Swedish History", Stockholm, 1880, p. 122).
Boheman was married in Sweden and during his visits to his home country he became acquainted with Duke Carl at the time of his regency. Boheman claimed to be a high-ranking freemason, posses- sing a great knowledge of magic. Prince Charles had great influence and made Boheman a court secretary. He always received a warm reception from the prince. He was present at all masonic meetings and personally organized several ritual and secret meetings at the prince's palace. One room in the Royal Palace in Stockholm was con- verted into an Illuminati temple at the beginning of 1803, where meetings of the Order were held under the leadership of Boheman.
Boheman made propaganda for the order. Prince Charles had given him the highest degree within Swedish freemasonry: Master of the Secret Wisdom. During magic ceremonies before the altar in the Illuminati temple, Boheman used very ominous symbols.
At this time, King Gustavus IV Adolphus, who had succeeded his father Gustavus III, received information that the Illuminati had set themselves up in his palace. Boheman was revealed as a political agent, who had used the nobility for subversive ends. Boheman was arrested in February 1803 and expelled from the realm (0. H. Dumrath, "Det XIX arhundrade" / "The 19 th Century", part II, Stock- holm, 1900, p. 82). In February 1803, the king ordered the arrest of Carl Boheman. His papers were investigated and his correspondence with Duke Carl von Hessen was confiscated. The trial against Boheman was held behind closed doors. On 18 March 1803, he was expelled to Denmark. The Danish authorities sent him on to Hamburg at the request of the Swedish government. In 1814, Boheman re- turned to Stockholm, where Prince Charles had become King Charles XIII. But he was no longer welcome. He died in poverty in Wandsbeck near Hamburg in April 1831.
On Monday, 13 March 1809, a coup d'etat took place at the Royal Palace in Stockholm. Gustavus IV was arrested by several high- ranking masonic officers led by Colonel Carl Johan Adlercreutz. The king called for help. The Royal Guard broke down the door, but the conspirators explained that everything was in order. The king then attempted to make his way to the main guard, where a loyal German regiment was stationed. But the conspirators caught up with him and the king was dragged back. He was taken to the palace of Drottning- holm, where he was placed under house arrest. He was deposed on 10 May. The masonic conspirators helped Prince Carl (his uncle and grand master) to power, and on 6 June 1809, he was proclaimed the new king (Charles XIII), despite the fact that he was completely senile. Gustavus IV Adolphus was expelled from the realm in December 1809. He died in Switzerland on 7 February 1837. Thus the royal line of Vasa came to an end (C. Georg Starback, "Berattelser ur svenska historien", Stockholm, 1880, pp. 290-29 1).
Sweden fell upon hard times and the way was cleared for socialism. During the years 1860-1930 more than 1.4 million Swedes emigrated to America because of poverty and famine.
The Jewish Memphis Misraim system was founded in Italy in 1780. Misraim means 'Egypt' in Hebrew. The magic rites of the system descend from Egypt and were revised by 'Count' Alessandro Cagliostro (actually a Sicilian swindler by the name of Giuseppe Balsamo), who concealed his Jewish origin. This system grew out of Cagliostro's ideas of black magic. Cagliostro practised Satanism and conspired against the crown. His system, Krata Repoa, which he created in Bordeaux in 1783, contained 97 degrees. Cagliostro called himself the Grand Copt (Kophta).
In 1776, at the age of 33, he turned up in London. As early as April of the same year, he was initiated into the Esperance Lodge No. 289 in London. Cagliostro was later initiated into the Rosicrucian Order in Malta, the Lodge of Hope in England, The Indissoluble Lodge in Holland, The Perfect Union in Naples, the Temple Order La Stricte Observance, and into Cohen's Chosen in Lyon.
Later Cagliostro himself opened lodges in Holland, Germany and Russia (St. Petersburg). He took part in a Masonic Convention in Paris on 15 February 1785. The Danish extremist Jew Kolmer, known as Altotas in Italy, was Cagliostro's master and worked hard to popu- larise the magic of Osiris. Kolmer had close contact with the leader of the Illuminati Adam Weishaupt in Ingolstadt, Bavaria. Cagliostro joi- ned the Illuminati in 1783 in Frankfurt. He was expelled from France in 1786 in connection with "the necklace affair", which was orga- nized by the Illuminati. Cagliostro had ordered a precious diamond necklace in the name of Marie Antoinette to create jealousy among the poor. Before this, he had predicted that the Bastille would fall three years later. In 1789, Cagliostro was arrested in Rome for at- tempting to found a new Egyptian masonic lodge, and was senten- ced to death and then life imprisonment. He died on 26 August 1795.
Cagliostro was also a member of the Knights Templar, whose inten- tion was to build the "eternal temple", according to Albert Pike's statement from 1871. Building a temple came thereafter to mean building a new society, which immediately leads an organization of this kind into politics.
In 1809, two separate magic systems were developed within the Misraim system. This was modernised in France by the extremist Jew Michel Bedarride. In this system, there were 99 (95 + 4) degrees. The two systems were united in 1867. The new Egyptian freemasonry took over the 33 degrees of the Scottish system. One of the most famous Grand Masters of Misraim freemasonry was the anthro- posophist Rudolf Steiner, who was in contact with both Lenin and Hitler. He founded the anthroposophic movement in 1912.
The Egyptian Rite is strongly influenced by Jewish cabbalists. Certain words, such as Yahweh, were so powerful that they were not to be written down or spoken out aloud. Cagliostro had claimed that the Egyptian Rite could regenerate its members both physically and morally, and finally lead them to perfection. Both men and women were accepted into the Misraim lodges. This was unusual within freemasonry.
"Signs and symbols control the world, not phrases and laws," accor- ding to the Chinese philosopher Confucius (55 1-479 BC). Thus sym- bols are magic tools to control people.
The symbolism of political freemasonry is based on architectural implements. The desire was to symbolically build a New World (the invisible temple) for non-masons. At the same time, the freemasons used cabbalistic magic and undermined the morals of society. Their own motto began to be spread: Do what you please! (Francois Rabelais, 1494-1553).
Those who become freemasons are forced to "admit" that they were in darkness before, but that the light is within freemasonry. Freemasons are enlightened just like the Illuminati claim to be.
The magic experiences of the freemasons are heightened by the use of secrets and surprises. At the initiation ceremony the candidate is made to stand bare-breasted and blindfolded. The blindfold is removed after the initiation and the freemason has then entered into the light. After the blindfold is removed, the following question is asked: "What do you see?" The initiate is expected to answer: "I can see the sun, the moon and the grand master!" (Platonov, "The Secret History of Freemasonry", Moscow, 2000, Vol. I, p. 529) This implies that the sun shines during the day and the moon during the night, while the grand master illuminates the lodge with his advice.
The one who is to be initiated also wears a noose around his neck. The brothers thereafter explain that they hold the new brother in place with a firm noose. The noose was also symbolized by the rope, which the Knights Templar had on their capes (Christopher Knight, Robert Lomas, "The Second Messiah", London, 1998). The modern necktie (noose) is a masonic symbol that blocks the flow of energy from the throat chakra, which affects our free will.
Those Knights Templar who fled to Scotland as early as 1450 performed these ceremonies. A freemason who is initiated is not allowed to have money or metal objects in his pockets during the initiation. This symbolizes that he is accepted into the lodge as a poor man (Bernard E. Jones, "Freemasons' Guide and Compendium", London, 1950, p. 267).
The head of the candidate is covered with a bloody cloth. Blood is used as a particularly charged substance and as a channel for more subtle energies in all the more effective forms of black magic.
The German freemason Johannes Friedrich Merzdorf stated that the blood of the initiated is spilled into a glass of wine, which is then drunk by the brothers (Bauhutte, yearbook 1879, p. 13). This is a magic form of cannibalism.
The red and white banner of the Knights Templar is found among the symbols of many lodges, since they consider themselves to have a spiritual connection to the medieval Knights Templar. Also the torch of the Knights Templar has been taken over by the freemasons, as well as magic torchlight processions. Torchlight processions have been used by communists, socialists and the national socialists. The symbol of the British Conservative Party is a blue torch.
The newly initiated is made to swear that he will serve the order and keep its secrets under the threat of being killed in a horrible ritual. Ceremonies and oaths such as this bring forth exceedingly negative energies.
Freemasons who are accepted into the lodge must swear the blood- curdling oath, in which the novice promises never to discuss any of the aims or activities of the order with outsiders. Neither is he allowed to visit other lodges without permission. In addition to this, he accepts that his throat will be cut, his heart removed, his tongue and entrails torn out and thrown into the sea, his body burned and the ashes spread in the wind, so that nothing of his substance remain among men and master masons, if he tells anyone what he has learned about the plans of the freemasons. "I confirm this, my oath, honestly and truthfully, so help me God to life and soul." (Sverre Dag Mogstad, "Frimureri - mysterier, fellesskap, personlig- hetsdannelse" / "Freemasonry - Mysteries, Brotherhood, Personal Development", Oslo, 1994, p. 281).
The Finnish freemasons must agree to have their right ear and right hand cut off, if they reveal the secrets of the order (the Finnish newspaper Iltalehti, 8 August 1994, p. 10). This was made public by the journalist Pertti Jotuni, a Finnish freemason who had had enough of the order and left after 23 years.
Among the operative masons, the punishment for revealing any of the craft secrets was exclusion from the lodge. They did not murder people and they certainly did not burn their intestines.
Cabbalistic magic is included in the masonic dogma, as well as ancient Egyptian and alchemical doctrines, Babylonian astrology and various magically charged symbols, many of which have been taken from the original freemasons. The most powerful masonic lodges still use cabbalistic magic to control and damage their surroundings more effectively.
In London different masonic lodges rent a large Egyptian-style temple in the Great Eastern Hotel on Liverpool Street for their magic rituals.
The compass was the tool of the apprentice, the journeyman used the set-square and the master the hammer. The trowel, set-square, compass, plumb, water level, the ruler measure, chisel and hammer were no longer tools of work as they had been for the builders. In- stead they became magic tools in the bizarre rites designed to achieve political ends. These tools officially symbolize spiritual development and the building of a New World (the Temple of Solo- mon). Now even the name 'freemason' only has a symbolic meaning.
According to the myth there were seven steps leading up to the Temple of Solomon. These steps represent seven virtues in today's freemasonry. One of these virtues is the love of death. The most dangerous aspect of death-worship is a loss of respect for life. In this way the spiritual struggle - the meaning of life, love of nature, art - consideration and the transitory in that case becomes meaningless. He who loses himself in the mystery of death, will reach his goal and thereby damage his soul. His spiritual development will be arrested.
The compass gave the freemason a frame in his relationship to humanity. It defines the limits of good and evil. At the same time it is a symbol of caution.
The set-square now symbolized the integrity and morals of the freemason. The plumb functions as a symbol of justice. The water- level symbolizes equality. But these concepts do not exist outside the freemasons' area of activity. Equality only applies within the order. People outside the organization are called 'dogs', according to "Dun- can's Masonic Ritual and Monitor" (p. 13) by Malcolm C. Duncan. Offi- cially they are termed 'profanes'. This illusion of superiority comes from Judaism. Rabbi Moses ben Nachman, rabbi Raschi, rabbi Abra- vanel, rabbi Jalkut and others compare gentiles sometimes to dogs, sometimes to donkeys or swine (Commentary on Hosea IV, fol. 230, col. 4). Jesus himself is supposed to have called Jews children and heathens (gentiles) dogs (Matthew 15:26).
Only brothers should be favoured and be taken care of. They should be defended even if they are guilty of theft or murder.
The master mason's trowel was a symbol of (masonic) brotherly love. It is used to magically forge together different individuals into a brotherhood. "Higher" personal accolades stand for greater magic secrets as world-builders. The hammer as the club of the grand master became a symbol of power. It is reminiscent of a phallus. The apron of lamb's skin symbolized the freemason's purity, whatever he did. The apron was used by various Jewish sects (including the Pharisees and the Essenes). The Essenes were given an apron upon initiation, which they used to cover their nakedness and keep their minds from impure thoughts during the sect's many baptisms (Christian D. Ginsburg, "The Essenes", London, 1955, p. 41; Baby- lonian Becharoth 30, 6).
The grand master wears a dark blue robe at important ceremonies (Robert Schneider, "Die Fremaurerei vor Gericht" / " Freemasonry on Trial", Berlin, 1937, p. 53). The same deep blue colour occurs in the European Union flag. "A New Encyclopaedia of freemasonry" by Arthur Edward Waite (New York, 1996, p. 115) states that ordinary freemasons use sky blue while the highest leaders wears a dark blue mantle.
Many other symbols came into use - the skull (taken from the Knights Templar), bones, the sword (also a symbol of the Knights Templar, intended to magically annul the individual soul of the free- mason), the dagger, the cup, the ark of the covenant, three candles, the square rule, the stone block (the freemason's possibilities of development), and a pyramid. The latter represents the freemason's knowledge. The sword symbolized the avenging law (execution of traitors). The skull and bones symbolized lost truth, the secret pass- word that was lost when the mythical master builder Hiram Abiff was murdered.
The freemasons have taken over another important symbol from the Temple of Solomon: the two pillars Jachin and Boaz, which cor- respond to Osiris and Isis (Nigel Pennick, "Sacred Geometry", San Francisco, 1980, p. 62). These are represented by two upright lines in the dollar sign. To the freemasons, the pillar symbolizes the uphol- ding of their "truth" and "justice". These twin pillars represent Strength and Establishment. Within the Sufi tradition, which the freemasons took over, the pillar stands for 'man' (Idries Shah, "Sufis", Moscow, 1999, p. 439).
Jacob's ladder and an intact column officially stand for strength and wisdom. The broken pillar, which stands by the altar with the in- scription 'adhuc stat' (still it stands) and represents the demise of the Knights Templar, has a very special significance within masonry.
According to one of the rituals of the 33 degrees (Royal Arch), the remains of Enoch's Pillar (in three parts) was brought back by the Knights Templar who had found it under Mount Moriah in Jerusalem (Christopher Knight, Robert Lomas, "The Second Messiah", London, 1998, pp. 282-286).
Enoch was the architect of the Great Pyramid. He was first intro- duced to freemasonry as one of the founders of geometry and masonry by the freemason James Anderson in his 1723 Constitutions. Enoch lived 365 years, a sacred number in early history.
The British structural engineer David Davidson, who in 1924 pub- lished his monumental work, "The Great Pyramid", mentioned that ancient writers called the Great Pyramid 'The Pillar of Enoch'. The foreword to the Dutch version of Josephus' "History of the Jews" states: "Judaism and Hellenism... make up the two pillars of human culture." (Flavius Josephus, "Historie der Joden", Arnhem, 1891)
Above the altar is seen the Star of David, sometimes the red five- pointed star with a G in the centre. The G stands for the God of the freemasons, Jahbulon. This is a compound of the names of three gods: Yahweh of Israel, Baal of Canaan (or Bel of Babylon) and the Egyptian On (another name for the god of death Osiris). The last two are also called upon at black magic and Satanist ceremonies. The G officially stands for Geometry. Only upon attaining a high degree is the freemason informed that the Great Architect of the Universe is called Jahbulon. In the degree called the Holy Royal Arch (13th), the appearance of the masonic god Jahbulon is revealed. He has a spider's body and three heads - that of a cat, a toad, and a human head. In this way the father god, the god of the heavens and the god of death were united.
In Louis Breton's and J. Collin de Plancy's "Dictionnaire Infernal" (Paris, 1863), Jahbulon is shown as the demon Bael. The freemasons worship a horrible monster.
The English researcher Stephen Knight interviewed 57 freemasons who had been "elevated to the Holy Royal Arch", that is had as master masons gone through the rite where they were taught the secret of Jahbulon, god of freemasons. These high-ranking free- masons were happy to answer Knight's critical questions until he asked: "What about Jahbulon?" Then the situation suddenly became tense. They wanted to change the subject, stop the interview or told embarrassing lies (Stephen Knight, "The Brotherhood: The Secret World of the freemasons", London, 1983, pp. 237-240). This is under- standable. Jahbulon is hardly a god, which one openly wishes to admit to worshiping.
It is very strange that none of these symbols is used to benefit the development of goodness. One crucial concept is lacking in free- masonry, that is nobleness.
Masonic lodges have a black and white chequered floor, supposedly symbolising the relationship between good and evil (the Manichean system), the all-important struggle between positive and negative (from the freemasons' point of view). Everything that benefits free- masonry is good and all that might disfavour the order is evil. This kind of floor is a Jewish tradition; Hebrew kings had chequered floors in their throne-rooms and two broken pillars by the throne (Flavius Josephus, "History of the Jews"). Such a floor symbolized the righteous power. Among the freemasons, this magically charged pattern activates other kinds of parapsychical experiences. The ban- ner of the Knights Templar also consisted of black and white squares, symbolising the struggle between good and evil, or coming from darkness into the light.
Police officers in England (also in Australia and sometimes in the United States) have chequered bands on their caps, which means that the long arm of the law is also controlled by the freemasons.
In terms of energy, and also psychologically, this kind of pattern affects people extremely negatively. In his study "Concepts and Mechanisms of Perceptions" (London, 1974), Professor Richard L. Gregory refers to psychological tests made in connection with black and white chequered patterns. If one looks at a chequered floor for a long time, one experiences certain psychological phenomena - the eye focuses on different points, there is a sense of lethargy and lack of stimulus, the risk of traffic accidents increases. People start to feel sick. The chequered floor in the Swedish parliament (which was then situated in the Cultural Centre) irritated many parliamentarians during the 1970s.
The compass and the set-square are placed in a particular way on the applicable holy book during masonic ceremonies. Usually the freemasons "Grand Book of Laws" lies on the altar. It is a source of light to them. Without this book, there is darkness in the masonic workshop and they are unable to work. And of course they work according to the plan, which the Great Master Builder has laid out.
The masonic compass and set-square formed a vesica piscis (blad- der of fish), which is reminiscent of the female genitalia. Life must be regulated by the water level and the measure. Vesica piscis and a T-cross form a so-called ankh (looped cross) - the sceptre of the god of death, the key to the realm of the dead.
These magically charged symbols connect the freemason to the reality, which the symbol represents. The symbols bring out a magic participation, opening the mind to the spiritual reality behind the conveyed idea. This reality can be either good or evil. The symbol can also open the door to spiritual experience. Symbols conceal, but speak clearly to those that understand them, to those who compre- hend the code.
Symbols can be channels of negative forces or positive events. Thus it can be dangerous to wear strange symbols without knowing their origin or how they affect the body. The freemasons are con- vinced that their magic symbols with powerfully charged low frequencies affect the environment. The influence is not positive.
Obelisks, square upwardly tapering monoliths, were erected in an- cient Egypt 3500 years ago as symbols of the highest divinities, especially the sun. There was often a small pyramid on top of the obelisk, sometimes covered in gold and silver. There are also cylindrical obelisks. Two obelisks were erected at the entrance to a temple. The Babylonians and Assyrians also erected obelisks. Obelisks were raised over the dead in Europe during the Renaissance and after the two world wars.
There was a logical network of obelisks across Egypt, because these were placed in a mathematically calculated relationship to the ener- gies of the Earth and the orbit of the sun or moon. They worked as tools to determine the planetary orbits and the passing of time. The Egyptians had a carefully calculated calendar.
It was important to the pharaohs to erect giant obelisks, since this was a way to control people's ideas and to bring about static points of view (consensus trance). In this way the obelisks helped the pha- raoh to retain power over the Egyptian people. The subjects of the pharaoh treated the obelisks with awe, as befits a symbol of power.
The masonic obelisk thus originates in ancient Egypt, where it symbolized the sun god. The obelisk was the primary symbol of the Osiris cult, which stood for male energy - the phallus. Phallus- worship is an extremely important part of freemasonry (obelisks across the world prove this). Osiris was the most worshipped of Egypt's deities. As king Osiris raised the Egyptians out of their natu- ral state, gave them laws and taught them to cultivate crops. Osiris prohibited cannibalism. He advocated piety, health and well-fare. Isis taught the Egyptians to cultivate grain, flax and silk, and to spin, weave and sew their own clothes. She taught her subjects to use herbs to cure illnesses.
Osiris' brother Seth (called Typhon by the Greeks), god of the desert, formed a conspiracy against him together with 72 others. The vulture-like Seth lured Osiris into a coffin, closed the lid over him, nailed it down, sealed it with molten lead and threw it into the Nile. This occurred when the sun was in the sign of Scorpio.
Isis later gave birth to a son, Horus, out in the marshes. For this reason the freemasons call themselves 'the children of the widow'. Buto, the goddess of the North, tried to protect the boy, but one day a scorpion stung him. Isis then asked Ra, the sun god, for help. The god listened to her and sent Thoth to teach her an incantation, which would bring her son back to life.
Meanwhile, the coffin containing Osiris' body had floated down the river and into the sea. It eventually ran ashore at Byblos on the coast of Syria. A beautiful tree grew up around the coffin. The king of the land liked the tree and had it made into a pillar, which he placed in his house, but he did not know that the coffin of Osiris was inside the tree. Isis was informed of this, however. She asked for the pillar and the coffin was extracted. Isis opened it, then laid it aside and went to see her son Horus, who had been brought to Buto's city.
Seth found the coffin, recognized the body and tore it into fourteen pieces, which he spread across the lands. Isis sailed back and forth across the marshes in a boat of papyrus and searched for the pieces of Osiris. She buried each piece where she found it. She also buried a picture of him in each city, so that the true grave of Osiris might never be found.
But Osiris' genitals had been eaten by fish. In their place, Isis made a picture and this picture was used by the Egyptians at their celebrations.
The jackal-headed god Anubis, Isis, Nephtis, Thoth and Horus put together the torn body of the god and brought him back to life, and thereafter he ruled as king of the dead in the other world (Sir James G. Frazer, professor of social anthropology at Cambridge, "The Golden Bough: A Study in Comparative Religion", London, 1890, reprinted 1981).
This is the reason why the freemasons worship the number 13 - the number of parts of Osiris' body that were found. They intend to spiritually cut up humanity in the same manner. The obelisk symbolizes Osiris' phallus, which was lost.
Obelisks seem to have been associated with sacrifice from the very beginning, for example by the sun temple of Niusseras in Abu Sir, where an altar was found next to the obelisk itself, with grooves in the stone for the blood of the sacrifices (Iorwerth Eiddon Stephen Edwards, "The Pyramids of Ancient Egypt", London, 1947, p. 134).
It has been a tradition in many countries to sacrifice humans or animals in order to lay them under the foundations of houses and monuments. King Mindon built the royal palace in Mandalay, Burma, in 1857 upon the bones of the dead. More than 50 men and women were sacrificed and buried beneath the palace. Four were buried beneath the throne.
In Galam, what is now Ghana in West Africa, a boy and a girl were buried in the 19th century before the city gates to make it im- penetrable.
Foundation sacrifices have also been used in Europe. In 1844 a woman was cemented into the wall in the castle of Nieder-Mander- scheid in Prussia (Bernard E. Jones, "The Freemasons' Guide and Compendium", London, 1950).
There is a pillar called the Apprentice Pillar in Rosslyn Chapel. According to the legend, an apprentice was walled in alive there. The masonic explanation is simple. Of course, the apprentice died as an apprentice when the work was done, since he was made a master. The cathedral in Gloucester has an apprentice niche, the cathedral in Rouen has an apprentice window. The mosque in Damietta has an apprentice tower (Bernard E. Jones, "The Freemasons' Guide and Com- pendium", London, 1950, pp. 303-322).
The communists in the Soviet Union inherited the freemasons' magic and obelisk cult. The communists who managed to gain power temporarily in Latvia in 1919 organized a demonstration in Riga on 1 May, where they built a number of obelisks and a pyramid from which the communist leaders looked out upon the masses of people who had been ordered to show up and march among the obelisks.
The communists used to erect obelisks over mass-graves. An obelisk was raised in 1960 over the bodies of Estonian and German enemy soldiers in Tallinn, the capital of Soviet-occupied Estonia, in the churchyard of Maarjamae, which was destroyed.
In the 19th century, the freemasons began to raise obelisks in ho- nour of Baphomet. The freemasons have always planned their worst crimes for the period when the sun is in the sign of Scorpio.
Naturally they began to use the all-seeing eye, which was sup- posed to represent the god Osiris, the creator. Albert Pike confirms this in "Morals and Dogma of the Ancient and Accepted Rite of Scottish Freemasonry". The eye is therefore also called the 'Eye of Osiris'. This is the most important symbol of the freemasons and Illuminati, and it looks like the eye of a snake.
Within the Rite of St. John, the foundation of all freemasonry, coffins, skulls and bones are used in different ceremonies. The pur- pose of these symbolic properties is to illuminate the transience of man. The coffin is regarded as a magic symbol of rebirth into a new (masonic) life, as if the candidate had been living dead before he entered the lodge and only comes to life at his initiation. Thus the freemasons opposition to the world outside, that is all who are uninitiated, is underlined. When a freemason is accepted into the third degree, he must lie in a coffin and take part in a dramatization of death and rebirth. This is why the third degree is called the degree of death. A destructive pact with death is thus formed.
Members-to-be of the abominable black magic cult voodoo are placed in a room which symbolizes a grave, since the candidate "dies" and is "reborn", when he becomes an initiate within the reli- gion. Naturally this sect also uses skulls as cult objects. The rites also include drinking blood and the worship of live snakes. The voodoo demon Danbalah is called the Great Architect of the Universe (Milo Giraud, "Secrets of Voodoo", San Francisco 1985, p. 14, p. 17).
In the United States voodoo is practised in the regions around Charleston, New Orleans and Galveston. In the Caribbean (Cuba for example) santeria voodoo is practised, which uses human sacrifice.
The most important magic ceremonies and symbols in freemasonry can thus be seen to originate from the most primitive form of black magic - voodoo. Millions of human beings have been sacrificed to the masonic demons. Freemasonry is only a slightly more sophisticated form of voodoo demonism and functions as the magic of the elite. At the same time, the lowest-ranking freemasons are mere zombies under the influence of consensus trance.
The modern Witch Movement (Wicca) has a three-degree system and was founded in the 1950s by the freemason Sir Gerald Brusseau Gardner, a disciple of Alister Crowley. Gardner published the maga- zine Witchcraft Today. To experience symbols of death the witch apprentices had to lie in an open grave. Many other rituals also resemble those of the freemasonry.
Professor Lars-Erik Bottiger has reached the eleventh degree in Swedish freemasonry (Knight) and holds the second highest office in the order. He claims that the coffin is also taken out and displayed in Masonic Hall during the masonic ceremony feast on 18 March every year (Nacka-Varmdo-Posten, 11 November 1997, p. 12). This feast is very ancient according to him. Many generations of freemasons have celebrated the order's great feast in memory of the death of Jacques de Molay, grand master of the Knights Templar, in 1314.
Bottiger stated "that stuff about the coffin" was difficult to explain to people. "It probably seems quite ghastly whatever you tell them."
During initiation into the 4th degree, the candidate must pass through the "walk of death", a passage full of bones and skulls. The newcomers are not told that it is damaging to be among symbols of death, which are charged with powerful negative energy.
The number three plays a central role in modern freemasonry - in handshakes, greetings and symbols. We also see the number three in the magic numbers 12 and 13. Osiris had twelve helpers (12 + 1). Israel consisted of twelve tribes. Twelve star signs make up the zodiac. The EU symbol is a fairy ring composed of twelve stars. The figure 13 symbolizes the passage of the moon through the zodiac. Lunar magic is crucial to freemasonry.
The Bilderberg group has an executive committee of 39 members (13 x 3). The numbers 5 and 7 are also important within free- masonry.
Naturally, the number 33 plays an important role within free- masonry. By the way, the code number of the masonic leader Francis Bacon was 33.
The symbol of the grand master is the sun, which symbolizes wisdom. Thus the grand master always sits to the east of the lodge assembly. The most ancient symbol of sun-worship is the triangle set on top of a rectangle. This represents form and space. Three- dimensionally this becomes a pyramid on top of a column, that is an obelisk. The rectangle represents the freemasons' truth and justice.
The eagle originates from the symbols of the Rothschild family. The eagle was originally a representation of the Phoenix, which according to the legend lives for 500 years, whereupon it burns itself to ashes in order to finally resurrect itself from the ashes and live another 500 years. The two heads of the eagle symbolize good and evil, which counterbalance each other. In American freemasonry the Phoenix had 13 feathers on each wing until 1841. The symbol of the eagle was originally taken from the Roman Empire.
The double-headed eagle symbolizes Baphomet as an anagram. Upon reading Baphomet backwards, the result is: tem-oph-ab, which can be interpreted as tern = duplex (double), oph = avis (bird), ab = generatio (progeny), that is the progeny of the double bird (Margiotta, "Le culte de la nature dans la franc-maeonnerie Uni- verselle" / "The Cult of Nature in World Freemasonry", Grenoble, 1897, p. 215). But it can also mean Templi omnium hominum pads abbas (father of the temple of peace of all men).
The symbol of the Khazar Jews was the red shield. This was the reason why the banker Mayer Amschel assumed the name of Roth- schild. This symbol also began to play a secret part in the activities of the high-ranking freemasons. The banker Nathan Mayer Rothschild (1777-1836) became a member of the Emulation Lodge No. 12 in London on 24 October 1802. Today there are also Rothschild lodges.
At meetings, the leading freemasons sing hymns to Satan. Only the highest degrees use the cross of Baphomet. Aleister Crowley, who practised black magic, used the cross of Baphomet in his signature. Baphomet was an evil spirit, a monstrous entity that the medieval Knights Templar worshipped and that is associated with Lucifer.
Several defectors have revealed that the masonic leaders worship Baphomet. Albert Pike called Baphomet "the primary element of the great work (Freemasonry)".
Two magical messages are written on the monster's arms. Solve on the right arm and Coagula on the left. This means, "let dissolve and coagulate". These are the two main principles of alchemy. According to an esoteric interpretation, freemasonry seeks to dissolve or de- stroy everything positive in our society and keeps everything nega- tive in order to subjugate humanity. The intention is to prevent the spiritual development of mankind. Another explanation is that the freemasons wish to dissolve the current order and allow the New World Order to magically solidify.
The Swedish esoteric philosopher Henry T. Laurency gave an excellent description of the nature of the freemasons in his book "De vises sten" / "The Philosophers' Stone" (Skovde, 1995, p. 319): "They seek... to prevent development in all ways possible. They see their real enemies in everyone that strives towards higher aims, who serve the cause of development. According to circumstances, they work to preserve dogma or disorienting ideas, revolutions and wars. Everywhere they strive to bring about chaos."
Laurency called all members of secret societies controlled by the black lodge "wolves in sheep's clothing".
Passwords and sacred words have been taken from Hebrew. The grand master wears the robe of a rabbi, with symbolic colours. The apron covered with mystic symbols also became a magically charged item of clothing. The masonic leather apron is the apron of the Israelite high priests. The Knights Templar also wore white aprons under their mantles.
Many of these masonic secrets were revealed by an anonymous defector in the book "Sarsena".
The Old Testament is the basis of the masonic rituals. The Ameri- can masonic cabbalist Albert Pike stated: "All real masonic lodges owe their secrets and symbols to the Cabbala. Only the Cabbala confirms the union between the common and the heavenly world. It is the key to the present, the past, and the coming." As the leader of world freemasonry Pike knew what he was talking about.
Masonic rituals include sitting in a dark room, wearing sexually arousing aprons, getting shoved in the back, getting hit on the forehead, being threatened with a sword, lying in a coffin, allowing a noose to be put around one's neck and being hung up.
The colour of the lodges of St. John remained blue, while lodges of St. Andrew used red. Black is the secret colour of the highest degrees (31-33). Some lodges also use green. Freemasons of the lower deg- rees are also called "Servants of Saint John". They are simple "wor- kers".
Red is regarded as the colour of slavery. Political movements created by the freemasons use red in their symbolism and seek to enforce slavery under the control of freemasonry.
According to Albert Pike, the five-pointed star symbolizes "intelli- gence". This symbol is also connected with Sirius, the second closest and the brightest star. Light from Sirius reaches us in nine years. Magically the five-pointed star also stands for bisexuality.
The true meaning of the five-pointed star is: "We are approaching our goal!" According to Karl Steinhauser, the pentagram also symbo- lizes the supremacy of freemasonry. The five-pointed star is inter- preted as the union of five points of contact. The red five-pointed star was the talisman of the executioner during the Middle Ages (executioners were astrologically under the influence of Mars). Only an executioner was permitted to wear this symbol. If one is exposed to the red five-pointed star ("the devil's footprint"), one's aura immediately shrinks. This can be verified with a divining rod. The five-pointed star is thus the sign of evil and black magic. It was originally a holy symbol of the golden mean in Sumeria. The black magicians of Chaldea charged the five-pointed with negative energy.
On 15 January 2001, Swedish Television (SVT) began using their new logotype. It is a five-pointed red star. Does that mean that they thereby wish to show that they are loyal servants of freemasonry, propagating their red ideologies still more intensively?
After the freemasons Vladimir Lenin, Lev Trotsky, Lev Kamenev, Jakov Sverdlov, Grigori Zinoviev and other conspirators acting as bolshevik leaders had taken power in Russia, they killed millions of people under the red five-pointed star.
Masonic leaders have often brought in rabbis to correctly interpret the symbols of freemasonry and cabbalist mysticism in order to initiate the higher-ranking brothers in an elitist religious doctrine.
The pelican and the unicorn are secret symbols in freemasonry. Hermes is also often depicted. The Greek Hermes, Mercury to the Romans, was the god of messengers and thieves in classical antiquity.
Before the political impostors took over the lodges, things meant what they were intended to mean. A hammer was a hammer, a set- square was a set-square. This feeling of naturalism was also evident in art and can be found in today's rare philosophical art. The great Russian film director Andrei Tarkovsky in his film "The Mirror" (1974) shows how a boy refuses to fire a shot at the shooting range during the Second World War. He then walks up a hill and stops at the top. Suddenly a bird lands on the boy's head.
Tarkovsky visited Stockholm when "The Mirror" was shown there in 1983. After the film, a woman asked him: "What was the meaning of the bird that landed on the boy's head?" I stood next to Tarkovsky when he answered: "The bird meant nothing!" - "What do you mean?" the woman asked dissatisfied, used as she was to the free- masons' unnatural way of thinking. "Wasn't it a very unusual bird?" Tarkovsky riposted: "No, it was an ordinary bird!" The woman could not understand: "But something was unusual?" Tarkovsky: "Of course. The boy was unusual!" The woman: "What do you mean?" Tarkovsky: "The boy was good-hearted! An ordinary bird would only land on a good-hearted boy's head!"
In this scene, Tarkovsky displayed the boy's level of spiritual development. This boy refused to injure other people. Such indi- viduals are very rare in our world, which is often reminiscent of a lunatic asylum. Tarkovsky had been influenced by the Japanese haiku, where everything means only what it appears to mean. The woman's uncomprehending questions show how the freemasons have destroyed our natural way of thinking, where things have a natural meaning and quasi-symbolism is nothing more than black-magic rubbish.
Henry T. Laurency calls the quasi-symbolism of the freemasons "parodical attempts to pretend ownership of the secret symbols of higher knowledge" ("De vises sten" / "The Philosophers Stone", Skovde, 1995, p. 88).
The Masonic descriptions of rituals state that all masonic symbols have a double meaning, one natural and one magic. Masonic symbo- lism is all around us (on the Swedish 20 crown note for example), in underground stations (Kungstradgarden in Stockholm), on cigarette packets, on clothes, and in architecture.
The freemasons whole-heartedly believe that certain magic pheno- mena help them to manipulate humanity. If freemasons did not blindly believe this, they would never be permitted to rise in the ranks. This is odd, considering that the freemasons claim to be ratio- nalists whose highest ideal is reason.
The American masonic leader Albert Pike, who was elevated to Sovereign Grand Commander of the Southern Jurisdiction in 1859, explains his view of the basic world-view of the Scottish Rite in his book "Morals and Dogma of the Ancient and Accepted Rite of Scottish Freemasonry": "Magic is the Science of the ancient magis... Magic unites in one and the same science, whatsoever Philosophy can posses that is most certain, and Religion of the Infallible and the Eternal. It perfectly... reconciles these two terms... faith and reason... those who accept (magic) as a rule may give their will a sovereign power that will make them the masters of all interior beings and of all errant spirits; that is to say, will make them the Arbiters and Kings of the world..."
The black magician and freemason Aleister Crowley claimed: "Magick is the Sience and Art of causing change to occur in conformity with Will. Each welcome change can be evoked, if one uses the right force in the right way, by using the right medium on the right object." (Aleister Crowley, "The Book of High Magick Art", Paris, 1930)
Magic is the art and science of using will-power to change our consciousness and to reshape certain things or to achieve meta- morphoses. Magic is also the art and science of applying a certain force or power during the change or to experience a powerful energy during the metamorphosis.
If we desire to achieve positive metamorphoses, we are dealing with white magic. If we seek to damage other living beings, the methods used come from the arsenal of the black magicians.
Power is emitted from all psychological noumena (living beings), although in varying degrees, concentration and extension. The potential power of psychic objects is increased with its positive
associations (white magic) and decreased with its negative asso- ciations (black magic) to another psychic noumenon, to a degree, which depends both on the potential power of the second noumenon and the intensity of the association.
Magic has a powerful effect on our environment indeed. Magic affects biological processes. It is possible to achieve carezza, a long- lasting sexual ecstasy, with the aid of magic.
The founder of the art of psychosomatic healing, Rolf Alexander, was able to affect the shape of clouds, or even disintegrate them, with his concentrated energy, even if the cloud was ten miles away, like in Mexico City in summer 1951. This process took him 12 minutes. This magic phenomenon is called psychokinesis in para- psychology (Rolf Alexander, "Creative Realism", New York, 1954, pp. 240-241). Homeopathy is also pure magic.
Magic comes into being when the inner world starts to affect the outer reality, when energies are manipulated. An examination of the world around us gives us a clear idea of the freemasons' confused inner world. At the same time, we gain an unpleasant insight into our own future by reading their rancorous, spiritually deficient ideologies and visions. Magical manipulation by a spiritually misled and confused practitioner is therefore particularly dangerous. St. Thomas Aquinas wisely stated that "all physical things are mere metaphors, embodied spiritual things". The advance of freemasonry proves how sick our. society really is.
Certain objects, clothes and symbols have a strong magic charge, such as writing implements, ink, magic wands (symbolising the magi- cian's phallus), candles, incense, hair, capes and overalls. Other pro- tective items with a weaker magic charge, such as stones or other chargeable items, are called amulets. Objects with a very powerful magic charge are called talismans.
The most powerful of these are the Abramelin talismans, magically charged aphoristic squares with a designated purpose, which bring about great changes in the environment in a relatively short time. Abramelin talismans are arrangements of letters representing and eventually fulfilling the innermost wishes of the magician. Power- fully charged words and names of Hebrew angels are often used. For example Alampis, which can make the practitioner invisible, or Catan, which can destroy marriages.
The magical system of Abramelin the mage is an individual form of magic based on "The Book of the Sacred Magic of Abramelin the Mage, as Delivered by Abraham the Jew unto his son Lamech" (Lon- don, 1900), written in 1458 by Abraham the Jew. This book inspired the magician Eliphas Levi. Aleister Crowley, who claimed to be the reincarnation of Levi, regarded it as the best and most dangerous book of magic ever written. The magic of Abramelin supposes that the material world was created by evil spirits. These evil spirits can be enslaved by the magician, who is protected by the sacred Guardian Angel. The magician can use the spirits as servants. The angel appears to the magician and shows him how he can control both good and evil spirits. Only then can the magician heal the sick, use the miracle-working Abramelin talismans, gain untold riches and overpowering sexual magnetism.
The Masonic Temple in Amsterdam has Abramelin talismans above the door. The magician uses squares filled with Hebrew letters to exhort one of thousands of devils or evil spirits to bring him wealth, win the love of a maiden, animate a corpse for seven years, bewitch others, demolish buildings, open locks, and so on.
The magic aphoristic squares are empowered with demonic life, which works through them. Crowley claimed that Abramelin talis- mans were "as explosive as nitroglycerine and much more dange- rous". These talismans can bring forth invisible, ghostlike soldiers to fight for the unnatural aims of the freemasons.
The magic of Abramelin can be used without retribution only by a master who has successfully undergone spiritual cleansing. This form of magic differs greatly from all other European ritual systems and its practitioner does not even use the traditional magic circle. Instead he picks out and purifies an area, often an isolated spot in a forest surrounded by magic force.
Modern magicians regard this system as extremely dangerous. Using the talismans before achieving mastery of them is very fool- hardy.
If one is attacked magically with use of these talismans, one can protect oneself by forming a triple magic circle around oneself, using magic symbols of protection or objects charged with positive energy, or by wearing a powerfully magically charged one-piece garment.
The pyramids are also talismans. The Illuminati and the Grand Orient use pyramids, triangles and obelisks as talismans to affect their surroundings.
Amulets were central to Egyptian magic. They were worn by both the dead and the living. Each part of the body had its own amulet. Many of the amulets found on mummies are inscribed with words of power or magic formulas. Common amulets include the scarab, a depiction in faience, stone or wood of the sacred scarab (dungbeetle) which protected the heart; the pillow under the head of the mummy; the gold necklace which gave the deceased the power to free himself from his wrappings; the eye of Horus, the Egyptian god of the sky and the sun, which provided strength and protection. Horus had the head of a falcon (Lewis Spence, "Myths and Legends of Ancient Egypt", London, 1915, p. 263).
The masonic magician usually draws a magic circle, in which he must stand to avoid the effects of the evil forces he calls upon. At such seances the pentagram aids the magician: it makes demonic forces compliant.
While the pentagram shrinks the wearer's aura noticeably, sacred Buddhist items increase it. One-piece overalls have the property of significantly increasing the energy field (aura) of the wearer, since the flow of energy in the body remains undisturbed. This can be shown with the aid of a divining rod.
The magician Eliphas Levi (actually Alphonse Louis Constant, 1810- 1875) described how magic works in his famous book "Dogme et rituel de la haute magie" / "Dogma and Rituals of High Magic" (Paris, 1854). He claimed that there were three basic laws of magic. The first
law states that human will-power is not an abstract idea, but a material and measurable force. Certain geometric figures are used in ritual magic, which help the magician to concentrate his will. The second law states that the magician can affect distant objects and cause events to occur at a great distance by means of his astral body. The third law states that each part of the macrocosm (the universe) has a counterpart in the microcosm (the individual).
The magician Raymond Lullus (1235-1315) further developed the wine-still through his experiments in magic transformation and discovered "the water of life" (aqua vitae), that is spirits.
Magicians believe that the concealed knowledge of secret con- nections, makes it possible for them to use any of the cosmic forces. They can also bring forth the same force from their own souls and transmit it to a magic item or magic process. Will-power is controlled by a highly developed sense of imagination.
The magician Agrippa wrote: "Nothing is concealed from the wise and sensible, while the unbelieving and unworthy cannot learn the secrets." He emphasized: "All things which are similar and therefore connected, are drawn to each other's power." This is known as the law of resonance.
The use of magically charged blood brings the magician much closer to evil. This is why the masonic initiate's head is covered with a bloody cloth during a formal ceremony.
The masonic leaders (especially within the Grand Orient) marked their blood sacrifices to increase their power by erecting obelisks in large cities, where they had total control. By these means, the in- visible illuminist powers have created an enormous, negative force field, which accumulates energy with the aid of obelisks. Obelisks generate the energy they accumulate.
Napoleon was encouraged to invade Egypt in 1798 to plunder sites, where there were remains of ancient magic knowledge and magically charged items. The freemasons needed these for their rituals. They demanded that Napoleon, upon completing his campaign, should bring a large Egyptian obelisk home to Paris as a spoil of war.
In 1835, the freemasons finally erected a 2500 year-old Osiris obelisk from Luxor weighing 246 tons on the spot where they had guillotined Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette, a square called Place de la Revolution in the 1790s (today it is called Place de la Concorde). Marie Antoinette of Habsburg was the daughter of Franeois de Lorraine, a descendant of the Merovingians. She was sacrificed for the sake of the future. Blood appears to increase the power of the obelisks and thereby also the freemasons.
The erection of the obelisk took place following the coup d'etat that the freemasons organized in June 1830 to put Louis Philippe on the throne. They wanted to dispose of Charles X, the brother of Louis XVI (Martin Short, "Inside the Brotherhood", London, 1997, p. 119), who had prevented the freemasons from erecting the obelisk on the site of his brother's execution. Among the conspirators was the masonic liberal Adolphe Thiers (1797-1877), who was then minister of employment. Five years later he became prime minister and at the same time the obelisk was erected on the chosen spot. He was elected president of the Third Republic in 1871.
With the aid of a divining rod, it is possible to determine that the obelisk in Place de la Concorde has been placed on a powerful line of earth radiation, which continues straight down the Champs Elysees towards the Arc de Triomphe and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.
The line of earth radiation has been composed of several natural energy lines by means of a series of certain acts.
The British freemasons stole their own Egyptian obelisk, originally erected by Tuthmosis III. The 3500 year old obelisk known as Cleopatra's Needle stands on Victoria Embankment by the Thames in London. The obelisk was transported to London from Alexandria and erected on 13 September 1878. The freemason Dr Erasmus Wilson paid for the transport which, due to a powerful storm in the Bay of Biscay, resulted in the death of six men. The obelisk originally stood in Heliopolis, but Cleopatra ordered the 186-ton monolith to be moved to Alexandria. The obelisk was a symbol of the sun (Heliopolis means "the City of the Sun") in Greek. The inscriptions honour the pharaoh Tuthmosis III's victories in Asia.
On 22 February 1881, the freemasons (including William Hulbert and William H. Vanderbilt) raised a third obelisk from Alexandria in Central Park in New York City behind the Metropolitan Museum of Art. This obelisk was also originally erected at Heliopolis in Egypt in 1600 B.C. by Tuthmosis III. It was removed to Alexandria in 12 B.C. by the Romans.
The freemasons erected an obelisk (known as "the pyramid") composed of 13 parts on an open place next to the Royal Palace in Stockholm after the murder of Gustavus III. It is built according to the measurements of the Luxor obelisk with a miniature model of Cheops' pyramid at the top. The sides of Cheops' pyramid are angled 51° 52' towards the base (Iorwerth E. S. Edwards, "The Pyramids of Ancient Egypt", London, 1947, p. 87).
The masonic vampires use the Cheops lock on top of their obelisks to prevent enemies from entering their magical energy-field. Placing the miniature model of the Cheops' pyramid on top of the obelisk is a very clever move.
The earth has a network of energy lines with different frequencies. Churches, cemeteries and ancient monuments were often deliberately built where these energy lines crossed each other. It is damaging for a human being to reside near a powerful field of earth radiation for a long period. Cats, however, like to sit where energy lines cross, since they feel the vibrations of mice crossing the lines, which makes hunting easier. Masonic lodges are often built upon powerful energy lines. This is the case with the masonic temples in Amsterdam and Stockholm. Magically, these lodges are at the centre of action and are thus optimally situated to affect the world around them, like a spider in the middle of its web. The fact that high-ranking free- masons deny using magic is thus nothing but impudent hypocrisy.
On 12 December 2000, an experiment took place by the obelisk in Stockholm. A divining rod was used to ascertain that the human aura was affected so negatively in the immediate radius of the obelisk that it shrank to almost nothing. At the same time it was determined that the obelisk was erected on a powerful energy-line, which conti- nued directly towards the Baatska Palace, the headquarters of the Swedish freemasons. Further experiments concluded that the two energy lines, which crossed by the gate of the lodge also, caused the human aura to shrink to a fraction of its original radius. Being inside a masonic lodge cannot be good for one's health. The masonic rituals cause the energy-lines by lodges and obelisks to accumulate an extremely negative frequency. The case is the opposite with churches.
Today there are genuine Egyptian obelisks in London, Kingston Lacy, Dorset, Durham (England), Istanbul, Paris, Florence, Rome, New York, Cairo, Heliopolis, Luxor, Fayum and Karnak. The last five sites are in Egypt. There are 13 Egyptian obelisks in Rome, including one in the Vatican.
Today obelisks are associated with sacrifice. The freemasons raised an obelisk composed of 14 parts with the Illuminati torch (or Flame of Lucifer) at the top, on Dealy Plaza in Dallas, near the place where President Kennedy was shot to death on 22 November 1963 (under the sign of Scorpio). The obelisk is situated on the 33rd parallel, directly opposite the County Court House and the city's masonic lodge (Article by James Shelby Downard, "Masonic Symbolism in the Assassination of John F. Kennedy").
On 4 June 1963, President John F. Kennedy signed Executive Order No. 11110 that returned to the government the power to issue currency, without going through the Federal Reserve. Kennedy's order gave the Treasury Department the power "to issue silver certi- ficates against any silver bullion, silver, or standard silver dollars in the Treasury". For every ounce of silver in the US Treasury Depart- ment's vault, the government could introduce new money into circulation. Kennedy brought nearly 4.3 billion dollars in new notes into circulation. The ramifications of this bill were enormous.
With the stroke of a pen, Kennedy was on his way to putting the Federal Reserve Bank of New York out of business. If enough of these silver certificates were to come into circulation, they would have eliminated the demand for masonic Federal Reserve notes. This is because the silver certificates were backed by silver and the Federal Reserve notes were not backed by anything.
Executive Order 11110 could have prevented the national debt from reaching its current level, because it would have given the government the ability to repay its debt without going to the Federal Reserve and being charged interest to create new money.
To dismantle the Federal Reserve System and issue interest-free money was a crime against the intentions of the masonic financial elite.
After John F. Kennedy was assassinated five months later, no more silver certificates were issued. The Executive Order was never re- pealed by any American president and is still valid. Nearly 6 trillion dollars in debt has been accumulated since 1963 ("President Kennedy: the Federal Reserve and Executive Order", The Final Call, Vol. 15, No. 6, 17 January 1996, the United States).
President Kennedy wanted to take home military advisers from Vietnam, call off the pointless "conflict" with the Soviet Union and prevent Israel from producing nuclear weapons, thereby becoming enemies with the freemason David Ben-Gurion, the prime minister of Israel (Michael Collins Piper, "Final Judgement: The Missing Link in the JFK Assassination Conspiracy", Washington, 1998).
In his letter to Ben-Gurion, Kennedy makes it clear that he will under no circumstances agree to Israel becoming a nuclear state. Israeli historian Avner Cohen confirms in his book "Israel and the Bomb" (1999) that the conflict between John F. Kennedy and Israel was very powerful. The American historian Stephen Green stated: "In the early years of the Johnson administration the Israeli nuclear weapons program was referred to in Washington as 'the delicate topic'."
When New Orleans District Attorney Jim Garrison prosecuted trade executive Clay Shaw for conspiracy in the assassination, Garrison had stumbled upon the Mossad link.
The United States wasted two billion dollars per month on their criminal war efforts in Vietnam. Kennedy was replaced by the high- ranking freemason Lyndon Baines Johnson, who did everything in his power to conceal the truth behind the murder. There was no way the unskilled marksman Lee Harvey Oswald could have managed to fire three shots, including two hits, within 5.6 seconds from his supposed hiding place on the sixth floor of the book depository on Elm Street in Dallas. The district attorney Jim Garrison in New Or- leans believed that at least three snipers were involved in the shoo- ting. The American investigative journalist Michael Collins Piper attempts to show in his book "The Final Judgement" that Israel's secret service, Mossad, was involved in the murder of President Kennedy.
The assistant autopsy photographer Floyd Riebe, the X-ray techni- cian Jerrol Custer and another technician, all employed by the US Navy and present at the Bethesda Naval Hospital, when John F. Ken- nedy's body was brought there following the murder, revealed at a press conference in New York on 28 May 1992, that the photographs and X-rays from the autopsy of the president had been faked. It was clear from the genuine pictures that Kennedy was hit by more than two bullets and that at least one was fired from in front of him. Jerrol Custer stated: "The photographs were retouched so that one could not see the large exit hole at the back of the head." (Expressen, 29 May 1992 - not reported in American press!)
The author Harry Livingstone, who was present at this press con- ference, related in his book "High Treason 2" that Kennedy was ambushed with military precision by more than one sniper. It was a conspiracy, which has been concealed from the highest level.
President Kennedy's preserved brain disappeared in a mysterious way. Today, an examination would in all probability confirm that there were at least two or three snipers.
Washington's tallest marble obelisk, 555 feet tall and dedicated to the President and freemason George Washington, was completed in 1885. It was then the tallest stone structure in the world. The Washington Monument was designed in 1838 by Robert Mills (1781- 1855), following the measurements of the Luxor obelisk. The number 5 in masonic symbolism stands for death, while a series of three fives stands for murder. The masonic physicians were responsible for murdering President George Washington. The City Planning Depart- ment ruled that no building could be taller than the Capitol. The Masonic Grand Lodge is directly to the north, the Capitol directly to the east.
Washington, D. C. was planned in 1791 by the masonic architect Pierre Charles l'Enfant, who designed the streets and boulevards to form a magic pattern with the White House at the centre (Frederick Goodman, "Magic Symbols", London, 1989, p. 6). In 1792, the foun- ding father laid the foundation stone of the White House on 13 October, the anniversary of the Knights Templar's demise.
Washington's city plan symbolizes the head of Baphomet and the masonic triangle. Certain places have very revealing names, such as Freemasons' Square. The intention was to build the New Atlantis where the number 13 played a decisive part. By drawing straight lines between the five most important structures in Washington, D.C. one ends up with a pentagram. One point of the pentagram is on Capitol Hill, another on the White House, a third on the marble obelisk (Charles L. Westbrook, "America's Oldest Secret: The Myste- rious Street Lines of Washington, D. C, The Talisman of the United States, Signature of the Invisible Brotherhood", 1990). In 1800, the
government was moved to Washington from the provisional capital of Philadelphia. The three obelisks in Washington play a key part in the symbolic magic of the New World Order (Peter Tompkins, "The Magic of Obelisks", New York, 1982).
The freemasons never miss a chance to use practical magic. They waited outside the doors of the City Hall in Paris when Louis XVI visited it soon after the "revolution". As soon as he arrived, they raised their swords over him. Officially they spoke of their desire to protect the king with this "roof of steel". This is also called the masonic salute (Alexander Selyaninov, "The Secret Power of Free- masonry", Moscow, 1999, p. 87). It was actually a symbolic act mea- ning that the king was under the influence of the freemasons from that moment on. Freemasons' wives receive a similar "salute" upon visiting the lodge.
Non-members visiting a lodge are asked to pass through a "tunnel of swords".
The esoteric explanation for this phenomenon is as follows. By aiming dagger-thrusts at a human being, the freemasons tear holes in his aura by placing cold steel in his energy field. This weakens the individual to the point where he totally complies with the free- masons' ideas. This is a case of symbolic violence against the soul. A temporarily injured individual cannot resist "enlightenment". The masonic psychopaths believe that it is more important to damage a person's soul than his body.
There are sword-like handles on the main door leading out of the lodge at the Freemason's Hall in London. When I visited this building in August 1998 for the first time, the guide explained that these magically charged handles give a freemason who leaves the building extra energy to use in the struggle against the enemies of the order. On the walls are murals of angels with cloven hoof (!), as if they were devils. The whole building radiates an exceedingly negative energy, which causes the aura to diminish. The freemasons can thus rightly be called energy vampires.
In the library of the Grand Lodge of England, I found many books about magic, occultism and other phenomena that lack official explanation, including UFOs. All attempts within the EU to form a UFO commission to officially investigate strange case reports have failed. The freemasons seem to be very interested in flying saucers and have gathered a great deal of information about the subject, but outwardly they are the world's greatest sceptics.
The various sources of energy and radiation in the universe affects us daily. Only when we die, are we liberated from the physical uni- verse. The Russian scientist Semyon Kirlian managed to show with the aid of his apparatus that this energy continues to affect us after our physical death. The planets affect us to a great degree (astro- logy). It is both ignorant and unwise not to reckon with this. The freemasons use astrology, the most ancient of all sciences. We cannot afford to be without this knowledge.
Franeois Mitterrand, former president of France and a freemason of the 33rd degree, was very interested in astrology. He asked astro- logers to provide him with the optimal date for a referendum on the Maastricht Treaty and ordered horoscopes for the members of the socialist government at the time (Bjorn Erik Rosin, "Mitterrand pri- sade sin stjarna" / "Mitterrand Praised his Lucky Star", Svenska Dag- bladet, May 9, 1997, p. 1).
The bolshevik freemasons had a deep knowledge of the secrets of astrology. Their chief astrologer was Lev Karakhan (Karakhanyan), later a deputy people's commissar for foreign affairs. Naturally, the Nazi leaders who were connected to international freemasonry, were also interested in the secrets of astrology.
According to the Buddhist author Michael Tamm in Boston, the freemasons are actively involved in magical warfare against us (Michael Tamm, "Reflections on Magical Warfare", Boston, 1990). Michael A. Hoffman has written a revealing book about the free- masons' psychological warfare against us ("Secret Societies and Psychological Warfare", Dresden, NY). These theories are confirmed by experts on earth radiation and magic. The masonic elite with knowledge of magic is using a frequency of 1.2 oscillations per minute to damage and weaken mankind. On 31 May 2000, the maso- nic elite all over the world transmitted this frequency along the natural Hartmann and Curry lines, widening these and causing people to feel a disturbing and confusing effect similar to that of bella- donna. In other words, we have been spiritually drugged with the intention of making us fight more among ourselves.
The aim of the masonic elite includes transforming the world according to their magic perception of things. This is the reason why common tools are regarded as magic symbols of violence and domination.