Architects of Deception Part XIII
The Masonic World
In 1900, a decision to create an international masonic agency was made at a Masonic Convention at Hotel du Grand Orient de France in Paris. In 1903, the idea was taken over by Edouard Quartier la Tente, former grand master of the Grand Lodge Alpina in Switzerland. This agency was to better co-ordinate the masonic struggle against the world.
A sarcastic survey of various networks was published in the respected magazine The Economist on 26 December 1992. The Illuminati were presented as the "mother of all networks" and "the True Rulers of the World". The magazine mentions Adam Weishaupt and 1 May 1776, and states that the conspiracy of the Illuminati "is immense and terrifying" and that "it is the network of those who run networks." Then it goes on to point out that "many American presidents have been Illuminati; some of them have been killed by the Illuminati and the Illuminati symbol that of the eye in the pyramid still graces the dollar bill. I found this symbol in the summer of 1986 among other Illuminati documents in the Ingolstadt archives.
Freemasonry and many other organizations, among them the International Boy Scout Movement, founded by the freemason Robert Baden Powell in 1908, are controlled by the Illuminati. The international scout emblem is a lily, explained as a symbol of purity, while in fact it is token of the victory of freemasonry over the French royal dynasty of Bourbon. Masonic sources freely admit that the Boy Scout Movement is under influence of freemasonry. The freemasons also control the trade unions around the world.
In the United States the freemason Samuel Gompers (Dawson Lodge No. 16 in Washington, D.C.) was a union bigwig and trouble maker. He saw to it that the socialists and communists started celebrating the Illuminati birthday, on 1 May in 1889. Thus the secret network of the Illuminati was magically strengthened. In Washington, D.C. a monument was erected by the freemasons in honour of Samuel Gompers.
In the spring of 1999, the Foundation for Information on Crimes against Humanity Committed by Communism was formed by initiative of the Swedish Liberal Party (Folkpartiet). When I suggested that the forces behind the advancement of communism should also be examined, this was rejected. Is the Swedish Liberal Party serving the interests of freemasons by hiding the facts?
President of France, Jacques Chirac, and many other heads of state are high-ranking freemasons. He is a member of Swiss Grand Lodge Alpina (Ghislaine Ottenheimer, Renaud Lecadre, "Les freres invisible", Paris, 2001, p. 61). We are under the masonic power. In order to get a politician re-elected, it is never stated if he is a freemason.
At the age of 15, William Jefferson Blythe (later Clinton) became a member of the youth department of the Jacque de Molay Lodge (DeMolay Order for Boys) in the small town of Hope, Arkansas (Freemasonry Today, Summer 1998, p. 24). His stepfather Wo Vaught was a freemason of the 32 nd degree.
The DeMolay Order was founded by Frank S. Land in Kansas City, Missouri, in 1919. On 26 June 1999, James C. McGee was elected new grand master of DeMolay International.
Drug traffic via an airfield in Mena, Arkansas, took place without disturbance, while Clinton was governor. Unwanted witnesses of this activity met with "lethal accidents". Clinton was involved in the drug traffic with the Contras (Patrick Matrisciana, "The Clinton Chronicles Book", Hemet, California, 1994). As president he committed the serious crime of perjury. To the surprise of many lawyers he did, however, not go to prison.
Bob Woodward, assistant editor of The Washington Post, told in his book "The Agenda: Inside the Clinton White House" (1994) that President Clinton exhibited violent outbursts of anger and caused bitter conflicts between his political advisers.
In Great Britain there is a powerful masonic organization called The Round Table with branches all over the world. It hides itself carefully from official scrutiny but nevertheless exercises a subtle influence on people's lives. The world's great political architect was Alfred Milner, who planned and financed the "revolutions" in Russia in 1917 to "celebrate" the 200th anniversary of modern freemasonry.
The Freemason Chronicle stated in 1902: "The greatness of Great Britain is the work of Freemasons." (p. 319).
Michel Baroin, former grand master of the Grand Orient in 1979, stated: "Freemasonry's hour has arrived. We have everything we need in our lodges, men and methods." (Humanisme, September 1979)
Gary H. Kah wrote in his book "En Route to Global Occupation" (Boblesville, 1992) that the Marxist movement was "completely dominated by the secret societies, eventually worked its way into Russia where, with the help of existing Russian lodges, the assistance of Trotsky and Lenin, and the outside support of the international financiers, it forced itself upon the Russian people".
Domenico Anghera, sovereign grand commander of the Scottish Rite's Supreme Council, said in a speech shortly before the Franco-Prussian War in 1870: "Our first step as builders of the new temple in honour of the glory of humanity, should be destruction. In order to destroy the existing social state we have suppressed religious education and human rights." (Domenico Margiotta, "Le culte de la Nature dans la Franc-maconnerie Universelle", Geneva, 1897, p. 45) Domenico Anghera meant that it is because of the freemasons that feelings for one's country, religion and family have disappeared.
The Austrian masonic magazine Her Zirkel admitted on 13 December 1908: "We are sworn together; we are conspiring every day with malice towards the existing order of society. May we not wait in excess to use our destructive forces. We will not ask what to build instead of that we have destroyed."
The masonic magazine in Mecklenburg stated in 1910: "The driving thought is at all times focussed on destruction and annihilation, because the power of this great secret society can only rise from the ruins of the existing."
The American lodge magazine The Foreword in 1927 openly stated: "We wish to support the construction of the great monument that the great people of the Bible now shall bring to its conclusion."
So the freemasons are building a New World for us on ruins. They state themselves "that freemasonry is building the temple (of Solomon) in the hearts of men and nations". Thus we live in the misled and unscrupulous world of the freemasons. If anyone is displeased, he should complain of the secret activity of the freemasons. But the freemasons are deceived deceivers. They never admit their mistakes, although their actions have put us through indescribable suffering.
In general, no individual will reach an important position without being recommended by the lodge. The mass media are put in motion to secure the victory of the freemasons' candidates. Even the corps of military officers is permeated with freemasonry.
Here is a list of famous freemasons: George C. Marshall, Darryl Zanuck (20th Century Fox), Yitzak Rabin, Yassir Arafat, Jesse Jackson, Louis Farrakhan, Benjamin Disraeli, Ludvig van Beethoven, Jacques Delors, Thomas Chalmers, Jimmy Carter, Walter Rathenau,
Arthur Conan Doyle, Duke Ellington, Chiang Kaishek, Boris Yeltsin, Clark Gable, George Gershwin, Joseph Ignace Guillotin, Oliver Hardy, Joseph Haydn, Hector Berlioz, Giacomo Puccini, Luigi Cherubini, Giuseppe Verdi, Rudyard Kipling, Mark Twain (Samuel L. Clemens), Mao Zedong (Grand Orient), Oscar Wilde, Charles Hilton, Emile Zola, Alexander Pope, Thomas Lipton, Charles Lindbergh, Louis B. Mayer (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer), Jean Sibelius, Jonathan Swift, Al Gore, William Taft, Edwin Aldrin, Leroy Gordon Cooper, Jacques Chirac, Valery Giscard d'Estaing, Roald Amundsen, Louis Armstrong, John Glenn (Concord Lodge No. 688), Henry Bell Laurence, George Soros, Helmut Kohl (Grand Orient), Arthur Wellington, Harry Houdini (Erich Weiss), Samuel Colt, Mel Gibson, Denzel Washington, James Cameron (33°), Paul Whitman, Bob Dole, Jose Rizal, Leonardo DiCaprio, Walter P. Chrysler, Alan Greenspan, Carl Sagan, Albert Einstein, Andre Citroen, Francis J. Bellamy, Frederic A. Bartholdi, Moses Cleaveland, George M. Cohan, Carlo Collodi, Telly Savalas, Sidney Wagner, George M. Dallas.
The current Swedish king refused to become a freemason and thereby grand master. Instead the banker Gustaf Piehl became grand master ("The King Rejects the Freemasons", Swedish daily Expressen, 21 April 1997). His Majesty dislikes secret ceremonies. The freemasons became both angry and sad.
Congratulatory letters from all over Sweden honoured the king for his decision to reject the freemasons (Dagen, 30 April 1997).
Officially freemasonry is a charity organization, sponsoring children's hospitals, orphanages, educational institutions and nursing homes. The Grand Orient of France had enough of this double talk and explained that charity had nothing at all to do with freemasonry.
The Hungarian masonic magazine Kelet stated in July of 1911 (No. 9): "We are laying the foundation of a new social order, where charity is only a cover. The pledge of secrecy would have no meaning, if it only concerned charity, and the dreadful masonic oaths would be unnecessary."
"The Irish Masonic Constitutions" confirm this: "The board was asked if the funds of a lodge might be used for a purpose, which was not masonic. They ruled that the funds of a lodge were collected solely from Masonic sources for Masonic purposes only, and should not be used for any other purpose whatever." ("Laws and Constitutions of the Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons of Ireland", Dublin, 1934, p. 117.)
Our society has been infected by the perverse elitist freemasonry in one form or another, which has caused the largest spiritual crisis in the history of mankind. We have been too weak to resist its ruthless treacherousness. The freemasons have discovered this and are therefore tyrannising us ideologically (socialism and communism and other unnatural isms), economically (interest), chemically (by toxic additives to our food, and through the pharmaceutical industry), and culturally (trash culture). The vast majority of people have no idea that they are toys in the hands of these cunning forces.
In today's society, "built" by the freemasons, a spiritual individual is considered abnormal, which shows that this society is itself abnormal. Spiritual development is favoured only in spiritual surroundings, not in materialistic and ruthless ones.
They have taken our history, our dignity, our wisdom, and our honour, sense of responsibility, spiritual insight and our traditions. Those that have done this against a sensible civilization should be considered the worst of criminals.
We are all partly responsible, however, because we have failed to act against the masonic madness due to our enormous gullibility. We have been totally fooled and ignored the warning signals.
The German scientist Robert Eberthardt said: "Don't be afraid of your enemies - at worst they will kill you. Don't be afraid of your friends - at worst they will betray you. Be afraid of the apathetic ones, because they won't kill and they won't betray, but through their silent apathy, betrayal and killing exist in this world."
It is vital to do well. He who is displeased with the world of the freemasons, should help spreading information about the evil work of these "angels of light". The fact is that these "forces of light" cannot stand the light themselves.
The freemasons continue to threaten the whole world. When will we put an end to their illegal and global power? It is illegal because the Swedish Constitution ensures that "all political power emanates from the people" and most constitutions of democratic states are based on a similar principle.
The freemasons claim that the movement stands for political freedom and human dignity. Facts speak otherwise. The freemason Sven G. Lunden in his article "The Annihilation of Freemasonry", published in The American Mercury, No. 206, February 1941, claimed that freemasonry fought against tyrants. Who was a tyrant, was for the grand masters to decide.
According to the Swedish political scientist Anders Westholm, freemasonry constitutes a danger to democracy. But one cannot touch these hidden people in power. Niklas Stenlas, another political scientist, has stated that secret societies are a democratic problem: "Influential people meet and get access to an unsurpassed network, which in turn enhances their influence. Often there are direct channels to the parliament itself."
In 1996, there was a ruling in the Swedish Supreme Court, regarding a law that forbids the use of the human scull as a symbol. The law has been used only on neo-nazis. The freemasons have gone free, despite the fact that this evil symbol occurs also within freemasonry.
This means that the law is applied selectively. Freemasons are above the law. What else could be expected? Freemasonry is a brotherhood for the powerful and influential. It is an organization that speaks with a forked tongue. According to the English freemasons Christopher Knight and Robert Lomas, the freemasons have approximately 50 000 skulls in different lodges around the world ("The Second Messiah", London, 1998, p. 117).
Gustav Karlsson and Lars Olof Engstrom, the highest-ranking freemasons in the Swedish city of Gavle, claimed that rituals with skulls and such only served to stimulate the imagination, while they lack any deeper significance (Gefle Dagblad, 23 January 1985). This is a primitive lie that hardly any reasonable person can take seriously.
Isolated national lodges don't exist, even if Swedish freemasons claim this. Every Masonic brother worldwide takes part in building "the New World" - the Temple of Solomon, which means transforming every state into a province under a world government ruled by the freemasons. Those freemasons who are still not aware of the crimson past of their criminal sect should leave it as soon as possible, if they truly want to help humanity.
The leading freemasons are mentally deranged fanatics, led astray by their own destructive Utopias. They have become psychopathic creatures, exhibiting many signs of their sick behavioural pattern. They value their sect the highest and humanity the lowest. They have lowered themselves to the reptile level, which excludes all spirituality. Spiritually developed human beings never use violence. Freemasonry has become a club for unbalanced, career-hungry and unrealistic individuals. Therefore people of insight never become freemasons.
The Psychologist C. G. Jung, whose grandfather was grand master of the Swiss Grand Lodge, has established: "I have often seen people become neurotic, when they accept insufficient or false answers to the questions of life." (C. G. Jung, "My Life".)
"Freemasonry has created a particularly degenerated type, who puts his hand into his neighbour's pocket and cries out that he has been robbed," M. d'Estoc wrote in his book about the essence of freemasonry "La Franc-Magonnerie" (Volume I, "Partie Historique", Paris, 1906, p. 270).
Max Doumic wrote in his work "La Franc-Maconnerie est elle Juive ou Anglaise?" (Paris, 1906, p. 193) that everything, which originates from freemasonry carries the stamp of falsehood. It presents a false version of history by hiding certain facts and distorting others. He meant that under the influence of freemasonry, we have gone astray and therefore in every area of life we will live in an atmosphere of absurdities and lies.
The freemasons are proud of the malicious pseudo-history that they have written for us. The question is how much longer we will accept their insolent fairytales.
Because of the very superficial education of the intellectuals, many of them have been influenced by the distorted, black and white worldview of the freemasons, and thereby in good faith brought harm to others, both mentally and physically.
The Australian journalist John Pilger once wrote: "The deceptions of democratically elected governments appear more magnificent than those of the dictatorships, only because of the illusions they create."
In today's confused world there are many shrewd people, though. In February 2003, there was a resolution in the Ukraine parliament to prosecute freemasons. They were to be sentenced to 3-5 years in prison; government employees and high-level military officers would get 7-10 years. If a freemason caused someone's death and harmed the state interests, it would lead to a maximum of 15 years in prison.
Above one of the columns on the Freemason's Hall in London there is a symbol of the masonic global power: the globe wrapped in a net.
The high-degree freemasons know that the ability of most people to analyse and draw conclusions is primitive and limited. Therefore they do not fear that the public should link their symbol for global power and the UN logo, which has a grid of 33 sections covering the world. As is well remembered the masonic deity Jahbulon has the body of a spider. Spiders tend to spin their nets.
It is also noteworthy that the communists enjoyed dragging their captured enemies in a huge net, which happened for instance in the Baltic States.
In Kaunas, Lithuania in 1940 the NKVD (the Soviet political police) used to drag their prisoners along the streets in a huge net.
During the Middle Ages monks on their way to Rome via Switzerland, were ordered to wear a blindfold, so as not to be tempted by the beauty of nature. Nowadays many people let themselves be blinded by the lies of the media, to avoid having their illusions broken by a brutal encounter with reality.
Various powerful institutions, including banks, in London City have their own masonic lodges. Lloyd's Bank has its Black Horse Lodge of Lombard Street. The Bank of England has lodge with its own name, one of the earliest, consecrated in 1788 (Melvyn Fairclough, "The Ripper and the Royals", Duckbacks, 1992 , p. 70).
Those that want further information about the involvement of the freemasons in politics and economy during the last 220 years in Europe, are welcome to read my former book "Under the Sign of the Scorpion" (Stockholm, 2002).
The George Washington Lodge in Alexandria, Virginia.
THE RED AND BLOODY NATURE OF FREEMASONRY
Our level of knowledge today is shallow and deficient and the facts we have access to lead us astray. They are based on the myths and deceit of the freemasons. The most dangerous myth coerces us into thinking that there is no plot on the part of the financial elite and the freemasons. Such ideas are nothing but "right-wing extremist" theories about an impossible conspiracy. This masonic view is propagated by communists, socialists and conservative liberals. Those in power make sure that anyone who treats important information about the conspiracy seriously is discredited.
The very thought of a malicious plot is horrible and disgusting even to the Swedish conservative magazine Contra, which has worked against the communists but denied that the Communist Party of the Soviet Union was a powerful international organization of conspiracy, which received all the aid it needed from the West. Contra has refused to examine the grounds behind this claim and has thus become part of the international network of disinformation that conceals undesirable facts. Their leading writers may be blinded by official propaganda (that is lies), but no sensible person would deny something they knew nothing about.
The history of the world contains many secrets kept by international freemasonry. The vilest secrets of all are associated with socialism and communism.
The growth of socialism and communism is beyond doubt linked to the most powerful and dangerous masonic lodge in Europe, the Grand Orient of France, which has its headquarters at 16 rue Cadet in Paris. The reader will not find a single word about the Grand Orient in the Swedish National Encyclopaedia (Nationalencyklopedin). This work only speaks well of freemasonry.
If we examine the history of freemasonry, we discover that the Order is closely associated with socialism and communism as well as with organized crime. The primary task of freemasonry is to combat knowledge of the real world and to ignore facts from true history. Those who deny this obvious conspiracy carry moral responsibility for the cruel abuse mankind suffers at the hand of the freemasons. One should not dismiss a claim until it has been investigated.
The freemasons have used a terrible weapon - socialism in its various guises.
The Jewish author and freemason Heinrich Heine (born Chaim Biideburg) was convinced that communism was complete barbarism. An organization, which propagates anything so vile and disgusting, must therefore also be regarded as barbaric. Heine became a freemason at the Les Trinosophes lodge in Paris in 1844.
The freemasons of Paris are commemorated all over the city. Few are aware that Marquis de Lafayette (Marie-Joseph Motier, 1757- 1834) was a very powerful freemason. On 25 December 1775, the 18-year-old Lafayette opened the lodge La Canduer in Paris. This was possible because of the fortune he had access to. In 1777, he founded the Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania. When Lafayette returned to France, he became grand master of the Grand Orient, a post he retained until his death in 1834.
The Historical Background of the Grand Orient
Le Grand Orient de France was founded in Paris in the years 1771- 1773. Its aim was to infiltrate government and then destroy it. The first Grand Master was Louis Philip of Orleans (until 1792, officially until 1793, when he was executed for "betraying" the revolution).
Other important grand masters were Alexandre Roettiers de Montaleau (1795-1804), Joseph Bonaparte (1805-1814), Jacques Mitterrand (1962-1963, 1967-68), Fred Zeller (1971-1972), and Jean-Robert Ragache (1987, 1989-1991).
Alain Bauer has been the grand master of the Grand Orient of France since 8 September 2000, and according to his own claim, "undeniably Jewish". He wanted a red flag as a present on his seventh birthday. Bauer was 19, when he became a member of the Socialist Party and the freemasons. At 21, Bauer was promoted to vice president of the University of Paris 1 (Le Point, 4 January 2002, p. 24). The syndicalist Alain Bauer runs a company, which acts as a consultant to French city councils on questions regarding video monitoring services, which give between 10 000 to 90 000 euros.
The Grand Orient has a yearly budget of 4 million euros.
In the beginning of the 19 th century, the Grand Orient also assumed the 33-degree system by joining with the Scottish Grand General Lodge of France (Carl Dahlgren, "Frimureriet" / "Freemasonry", Stockholm, 1925, p. 114). The Grand Orient's coat of arms depicts an all-seeing eye, 40 five-pointed stars, a hammer (against enemies) and a snake biting its own tail. This snake is called Ouroboros.
When I first entered the headquarters of the Grand Orient in Paris in September in 1999, I was confronted with a large red triangle with slogans along its three sides: Liberte, Egalite, Fraternite (freedom, equality, brotherhood). This shows that the Grand Orient was behind the so-called French Revolution. The freemasons do not deny this, instead they claim in their periodical Humanisme (No. 240, June 1998) that this orgy of violence was indeed their work. The republic was declared by the freemason Jean Marie Roland on 21 September 1792. The versifier of the "Marseillaise" was the freemason Claude Roget de lisle (Humanisme, No. 235, September 1997, p. 24).
"It is freemasonry, which prepared our Revolution, the greatest of all popular epics in the annals of recorded history, and it is to freemasonry that the greatest honour is due for having supplied this unforgettable event with the formula, which is the embodiment of all its principles." ("Principal Declaration of the Council of the Order of the Grand Orient of France", Paris, 1936)
Everywhere in the lodge museum there are catchwords like Solidarite and Vive la Republique! According to the Grand Orient's program, the order actively combats racism and xenophobia. The reader will probably recognize these cosmopolitan (that is mondialistic) catchphrases, which the media assault us with every day. And this assault on any feelings of patriotism takes place in the name of international solidarity! But as the Swedish writer Lars Adelskogh suggests, the multicultural society is nothing but the last Utopia of socialism, and an 'ideal' that is doomed to failure.
Before the French Revolution, the Grand Orient had 67 lodges in Paris and 463 in the rest of the country, the colonies and other countries. During the revolution only three lodges in Paris remained open. The "revolutionaries" did not wish to advertise their connection with freemasonry, masonic leaders who opposed this secretive plan were executed. These facts have been exploited in modern propaganda.
Many lodges were under the influence of the Grand Orient, including Les Amis Reunis, which was founded in Paris on 23 April 1771. It had 12 classes (not degrees). The Grand Orient was in turn controlled by the Illuminati. The Grand Orient still maintains this intimate relationship with "the enlightened". Les Amis Reunis was an excellent cover for the Illuminati.
During my visit to Versailles in September 1999, a guide mentioned that the whole estate had been plundered during the revolution. 65 000 pieces of furniture were sold at auction. Only a few pieces have been returned by certain vendors, for example the Rothschild family, which returned a table. The king's throne vanished without a trace. Only a few chambers out of hundreds in the palace are open to the public. The Louvre houses only the remnants of France's former wealth of art. Two thirds of the crown jewels are still missing.
The freemason Benjamin Disraeli described how his masonic brothers organized riots in Europe in the spring of 1848: "When the secret societies, in February 1848, surprised Europe, they were themselves surprised by the unexpected opportunity, and so little capable were they of seizing the occasion, that had it not been for the Jews, who of late years unfortunately have been connecting themselves with these unhallowed associations, imbecile as were the governments, the uncalled for outbreak would not have ravaged Europe." (Benjamin Disraeli, "Lord George Bentinck: a Political Biography", London, 1882, p. 357.)
Members of the Grand Orient became ministers in the provisional government after the February Revolution in 1848. One of them was Victor Schoelcher (1804-1893). Their aim was to depose the July Monarchy, which no longer served the interests of the Grand Orient. On 24 February 1848, King Louis Philip was forced to abdicate. The freemasons declared their Second Republic, which was the seed of a new empire. Louis Philip was the son of Philip of Orleans.
This happened despite the fact that Louis Philip himself was a member of the lodge Les Trois Jours. He had become the freemasons' (officially the bourgeoisies') king on 7 August 1830 by means of a coup d'etat on 27-29 July, which was known as the July Revolution and had deposed Charles X. But the puppet Louis Philip had played his part and was no longer needed.
Benjamin Disraeli (1804-1881) claims in his book "Lord George Bentinck: A Political Biography" from 1882: "It was neither the parliaments nor populations, nor the course of nature, nor the course of events, that overthrew the throne of Louis Philip... The throne was surprised by the secret societies, ever prepared to ravage Europe... The secret associations are always vigilant and always prepared."
In 1849, all leading socialists were members of the Grand Orient. Socialism and freemasonry are one and the same. The most important socialist freemasons were Pierre Leroix and the role model and ideologist of the anarchists, Joseph Proudhon. Proudhon claimed that all private property was stolen property, which should be confiscated at a suitable opportunity and wrote in his book "La justice dans la Revolution et dans I'Eglise" ("The Justice of the Revolution and of the Church") that the meaning of the terms "socialist workshop" and "masonic lodge" were identical. In this context, I can also mention Armand Barbes, Felix Pyat (member of I'Assemblee Nationale, 1848), Jules Simon, Jean Mace (1815-1894), Jules Valles. The anarchist leader Louise Michel played a greater role as a "revolutionary" than as a freemason (Alec Mellor, "Logen, Rituale, Hochgrade - Handbuch der Freimaurerei" / "Lodges, Rituals, Degrees: Handbook of Free- masonry", Graz, 1967, p. 477). Louis Blanc was also a "revolutionary freemason".
The leadership of the Paris Commune in 1871 (18 March - 29 May) consisted entirely of members of the Grand Orient. The freemason Eugene Pottier wrote the Internationale. The French section of the International belonged to freemasonry (Alec Mellor, "Logen, Rituale, Hochgrade - Handbuch der Freimaurerei", Graz, 1967, p. 477).
The French periodical Commune wrote on 27 May 1871 that a masonic delegation was being received at the Paris City Hall. Le france, member of the Paris Commune and the lodge 133, said that he had "realized a long time ago that the goal of the Commune was the same as the goal of freemasonry". Another freemason stated: "The commune is Solomon's new temple." And this "temple" claimed many victims. The Soviet Union became the perfect temple for the freemasons, a temple in which over a hundred million individuals were sacrificed.
In 1879, Jewish masonic republicans (Leon Gambetta, Jules Ferry and Jules Grevy) took power and formed a new government. Gambetta had played a certain role in the horrors of the Paris Commune (March - May 1871). Jules Grevy became president of France in 1879. Leon Gambetta (1838-1882) was an exceedingly important lodge brother (he was a member of the lodge La Reforme in Marseille), and became prime minister in 1881. Ferry became prime minister after Gambetta's death in 1882, and was known for his aggressive "politics" towards the rest of the world.
The Grand Orient of France is controlled by a council, into which 33 freemasons are elected each year. This council is the executive organ of the Order and its activities are co-ordinated by a bureau led by a president who is grand master at the same time (Alexander Selyaninov, "The Secret Power of Freemasonry", Moscow, 1999, p. 13).
During 1877-1878, the leadership of the Grand Orient disposed of any mention of God or the immortality of the soul in their constitution. The name the 'Great Architect' was dropped from their statutes and thereby they became independent from the English mother lodge in London. The Grand Orient proclaimed that it represented atheist freemasonry or humanism. All modern humanistic societies have been affected by the unnatural ideology of the Grand Orient.
The Order Grand Orient of France publishes the magazine Humanisme, a name, which sounds just as false as the communists' Pravda (truth). Conservative Student Association in Sweden published a series of articles in its magazine Svensk Linje (Swedish Policy), "Satanism, Another Name for Humanism?" (No. 1-2 and No. 3-4, 1999). Freemasonry is based on a weird form of Satanism. It is thus hardly surprising that young liberals have come to the defence of Satanism, claiming that it is the same thing as humanism.
In 1996, le Grand Orient de France (GODF) had 38 800 members in 900 lodges in France and other countries. In 2000, the organization had 980 lodges with 41 000 members. The offices at the headquarters of the Grand Orient are called workshops (No. 1, No. 2, etc).
A plate in the lodge museum in Paris depicts a freemason leaning on a corpse and at the same time trying to build a new world for us, an invisible temple. But it is not possible to build a world on corpses, lies, plunder and injustice. Such a society would be extremely unstable and unbalanced. Murder and other expressions of violence as well as lies, are part of the Grand Orient model of a perfect society.
This Masonic dinner plate on display at the Grand Orient of France headquarters in Paris shows that the freemasonry is building its new world on the corpses of its victims.
The influence of the freemasons on the Italian Socialist Party was at one stage so monumental that the party began to exclude freemasons in 1914 (Alec Mellor, "Logen, Rituale, Hochgrade - Handbuch der Freimaurerei", Vienna, 1985, p. 476).
During the Third Republic (1870-1940), French freemasonry was very actively involved with politics. The fact that the ideological stance of freemasonry leans towards socialism was confirmed by a thesis, "French Freemasonry Under the Third Republic" by Mildred J. Headings at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore ("Studies in Historical and Political Science", series LXVI, No. 1, 1949, pp. 283- 284).
The spokesman of the United Grand Lodge, John Hamill, claimed: "Members of the Grand Orient have always been very politically minded, very minded on social policies as a group rather than as individuals." (Brian Freemantle, "The Octopus", London, 1995, p. 16)
"The Grand Orient is socialist in the broadest sense of the word," wrote the French author Maurice Talmeyr in his book "Comment on fabrique l'opinion" / "How to Create Opinion" (p. 27).
In France there are about 35 different masonic systems. The three largest are the Grand Orient of France, the Grande Loge of France (26 000 members) and the Grande Loge Nationale Francaise (27 000 members).
There is also an extremely secret lodge within the Grand Orient called Demain. At least ten ministers under Mitterrand were members of this secret lodge (Ghislaine Ottenheimer and Renaud Lecadre, "Les freres invisibles" / "The Invisible Brothers", Paris, 2001, p. 21).
In those areas where the National Front has taken power - Vitrolles, Orange, Marignane and Toulon - the Grand Orient has been forced to close several lodges and replace them with a "travelling lodge", which is under direct protection from Paris.
In 1998, the Grand Orient expelled the masonic brother Jean-Pierre Soisson, a regional politician from Bourgogne who had been re- elected with the support of votes from the Front National (ibid, p. 66).
The Grand Orient headquarters on rue Cadet, Paris.
The Justice of the Freemasons
Under certain circumstances, it is the highest and holiest civil duty of the freemason to raise arms against the legal government of a nation, according to The Freemason Chronicle (London, 1875, I, p. 81). For this reason freemasonry had already been banned in several parts of Europe: in Naples 1731, in Poland 1734, in Holland and France 1735. Catherine the Great banned the activities of secret societies on 8 April 1782 and again in 1794 in order to prevent the continued activities of the lodges in Russia. The freemasons had simply refused to obey her. The lodge Osiris simply continued with their actions against Russia. Ordinary people regarded freemasons as treacherous criminals.
The Russian-Jewish masonic socialist Alexander Herzen (the Grand Orient) agitated for the total and utter destruction of the government of the time. There would be general destruction in the form of blood and thunder. "What is born out of this blood? Who knows?" he wondered. He welcomed the destruction and chaos, which was to come.
The Grand Orient wanted to control politics not only in France but also abroad, preferably in the whole of Europe. Members of the Grand Orient were particularly interested in meddling in Russia's internal affairs. They felt a particular hatred for Russia. From 1890, the Grand Orient de France took good care of all revolutionary emigrants from Russia by organising an international school for revolutionaries. Many Russian extremist Jews began pursuing "revolutionary studies" at this school (Yuri Ivanov, "The Jews in Russian History", Moscow, 2000, p. 94). Behind the Jewish revolutionary association stood the Grand Orient. This Order helped "revolutionaries" to escape justice.
In 1897, there were 5 215 800 Jews living in Russia (nearly five per cent of the population). All revolutionary activity was in the hands of the extremist Jews, who controlled most of the 370 masonic lodges (ibid, p. 97).
Those rulers that disturbed the plans of the Grand Orient were to be murdered. Within freemasonry, killing an enemy is justified.
Tsar Paul I (son of Catherine the Great) gave the freemasons free rein again, in spite of the official prohibition against freemasonry. He became grand master of the Order of Malta. The freemasons "thanked" him by murdering him on the night preceding 11 March (24 March New Stile) 1801. The murder of Paul I of Russia was organized by Count Pavel Stroganov, representative of the Grand Orient of France. He also belonged to the lodge Les Neuf Soeurs. Several Russian freemasons were involved in the murder of Paul I. Count Stroganov had come to Russia from France as a masonic agent of influence, all according to Oleg Platonov.
After this political murder, more and more lodges in Russia came under the influence of the Grand Orient of France.
The decabrists in Russia were actually Illuminati. The freemason Colonel Pavel Pestel (1793-1826) was an infamous decabrist. The most important representative of the Illuminati was Ernst Benjamin Solomon Raupach, who lived with Count Sergei Volkonsky. The Illuminati had founded Soyuz Blagodentsviya, a subversive society. In 1822 Raupach was expelled for activities against the Russian state.
On 14 December 1825, the revolt of the decabrists broke out and was subsequently suppressed by the government. 1271 were killed. The freemasons had agitated among soldiers and civilians, spreading lies just as the communists, socialists and liberals do today. All these intolerant individuals are the tools of freemasonry.
In 1876, three Jewish freemasons, Lieberman, Grigori Goldenberg and Zuckerman, met in a Grand Orient lodge room in London to work out a plan to murder the Russian Tsar Alexander II. They found a suitable assassin, the extremist Jew Leon Hartman (1850-1913), who was a member of the executive committee of the terrorist organization Narodnaya Volya (the People's Will, founded by the freemasons). He attempted to blow up the Tsar's train near Moscow on 19 November 1879 (under the sign of Scorpio).
The attempt failed and Hartman managed to escape to Paris, where the Grand Orient took good care of him. He was arrested in Paris thanks to the Russian Embassy, but the local freemasons protested when he was to be extradited to Russia. Meanwhile the Grand Orient helped him to escape to England, where he was met with applause and immediately initiated into the lodge The Philadelphians (Yuri Ivanov, "The Jews in Russian History", Moscow, 2000, p. 93). He later moved to the United States, where he was praised by anarchists.
Hartman's status as a freemason is confirmed by a letter from Garibaldi to Gabrielle Pia from 6 March 1880 (Vasili Ivanov, "The Russian Intelligentsia and Freemasons from Peter I until Today", Moscow, 1997, p. 346).
The Grand Orient did not give up. Several attempts were made on the life of the tsar. The freemasons finally managed to kill Alexander II with a bomb on 1 March (13 March New Stile) 1881 by utilising Narodnaya Volya (the People's Will). Since the assassin was a Jewess, Chesia Mironova Helfman, it led to vicious pogroms against the Jews. Vera Figner, an another Jewess, was one of the chief operatives. Helfman was sentenced but released and deported in 1879. She escaped in the same year.
Giuseppe Garibaldi (1807-1882) was transformed into an Italian national hero by the freemasons. Garibaldi became a freemason in 1833 and was a member of Mazzini's Young Italy and the Grande Oriente. In 1834, he was sentenced to death in his absence for having taken part in a mutiny in the Sardinian navy but managed to escape to Brazil in 1836.
Garibaldi lived in Uruguay between 1836 and 1848. After he came to Uruguay, he agitated the former President Fructuoso Rivera's "revolutionary" movement against the legal President Manuel Oribe, since Oribe did not want a war against Argentina. In June 1838, Rivera defeated Oribe with Garibaldi's help. Oribe fled to Buenos Aires in Argentina. Garibaldi was then the virtual dictator of Uruguay between 1838 and 1843, while power officially rested with Rivera. During this time, Garibaldi led Uruguay into a war against Argentina. On 16 February 1843, Oribe deposed the dictatorship with the aid of Argentine elite forces. The new President Joaqukn Sujrez took office in March 1843.
Garibaldi founded the lodge Les Amis de la Patrie in Montevideo in 1844 (Karl R. H. Frick, "Licht und Finsternis" / "Light and Darkness", Part 2, Graz, 1978, p. 206). In December 1845, he led the first Italian legion, which defended Montevideo against the British and French.
In April 1848, Garibaldi returned to Italy and entered into service for the provisional government in Rome. In 1849, he fought against the French superiority but had to flee the country again. The illuminist terrorists of Garibaldi, some of whom were called Carbonari, wore long crimson executioner's shirts. After his "revolutionary" acts of terror between 1848 and 1849, Garibaldi became a hunted man, who fled and was forced to stay away. He lived in North Africa, the United States and Peru. He returned to Italy in 1854. Garibaldi's attempt in 1859 to make Tyrol a part of Italy was a failure, however. The war suddenly ended as he was prepared to engage the enemy.
On 6 May 1860, Garibaldi left Genoa with 1067 men and began a new uprising. On 11 May, he landed in Marsala, Sicily, with his red shirts. There he defeated a force several times as large and made himself Lord of the island and proclaimed himself dictator. Since Garibaldi called himself a socialist, he founded a socialist dictatorship. The callous Garibaldi urged his accomplices: "May our hearts not harbour any mercy whatsoever."
Six months later it was the turn of mainland Italy. On 8 November 1860, Garibaldi marched into Naples with the King of Sardinia, Victor Emmanuel II by his side. The freemason Victor Emmanuel wanted to be king of all Italy. Mazzini and Cavour gave him the throne.
In 1862, Garibaldi took part in the assault on the Papal Sate, in which he was captured. He was granted amnesty and soon organized a new uprising, whereupon he was interned but managed to escape.
During the same year, his hard work to destroy the old world order gained him the 33rd degree and thereafter he became grand master of the Scottish Rite in Palermo, and in 1864 the Naples Constituent Assembly elected Garibaldi honorary grand master of the Grand Orient of Italy. He became the "First Italian Freemason".
The Grand Orient of Italy was founded by Napoleon Bonaparte in Milan in 1805. Garibaldi was also grand master of l'Ordre du rite Memphis Misraim. Together with the crime syndicates, he planned atrocious crimes against politically uncomfortable people.
In 1867, Garibaldi founded the Supreme Council of Freemasons in Italy and the Association for Peace and Freedom, which began to propagate for the United States of Europe. This union would put an end to national states, after which the freemasons hoped to found a global superstate. The masonic dream about the United States of Europe would become a reality, whatever the cost, even if it was necessary to use both fire and sword. Instead the cunning step-by- step method was chosen, which involves countless political deceptions. Different nation states would be founded and destroyed on the way to a world empire.
Garibaldi remained an agitator and was again sentenced to prison. He was soon free and took France's part in the war against Germany in 1870-1871. His sole aim was destruction, thereby clearing the ground for the construction of the new temple of Solomon.
In Madrid the young anarchist Mateo Morral threw a bomb at the royal wedding procession on 31 May 1906. Alfonso XIII and his bride Victoria Eugenia survived, however. The terrorist immediately committed suicide. It was uncovered that he had worked at a publishing company, which belonged to the known anarchist and freemason Francisco Ferrer. The police suspected Ferrer of having planned this attempt on the king's life, since he had been a suspect in two earlier political murders. Ferrer was arrested on 4 June 1906. His lawyer Bulot (a masonic brother) handled the defence. Ferrer was freed on 12 June (Revue Magonnique, January 1907, No. 310, p. 13).
In June 1909, violent troubles began to surface in Spain. The freemasons instigated a riot in Barcelona, during which 97 buildings, including 76 Catholic churches, chapels and assembly halls, were burned down and nuns were raped and then murdered (Edward Cahill, "Freemasonry and the Anti-Christian Movement", Dublin, 1959).
The main instigator was once again Francisco Ferrer. He was sentenced for causing the riot in Barcelona and executed on 13 October 1909. He was Spain's most famous freemason and anarchist, and was declared a martyr by the dark forces.
The former freemason Sidonio da Silva Pais reached power on 8 December 1917 by overthrowing the masonic government in Portugal. As president, he consciously began to support national interests. He decreed amnesty for all political prisoners. The freemasons regarded him as a traitor and vermin that had to be liquidated. On 14 December 1918, Pais was assassinated in the Rossio railway station in Lisbon, shot by a trade unionist and former Western Front soldier. Pais had been on his way to Braga in an attempt to avert a civil war.
In February 1920, the Portuguese Grand Master Sebastiao Magalhaes de Limas was arrested for his part in the masonic coup d'etat on 14 May 1915, against the dictator Pimenta de Castro. The international freemasons immediately began to act. Shortly thereafter, de Limas and his masonic friend, deputy grand master Jose de Castro were released, since "there were no grounds for the arrest".
The Hungarian-Jewish freemason Hollander said in a speech on 16 April 1905: "The final goal of social democracy and freemasonry are one and the same." ("Grossversammlung der Symbolischen Grossloge von Ungarn" / "Compilation of Symbolic Grand Lodges of Hungary", Budapest)
The freemason Ludvig Balint wrote in 1918 in the lodge magazine Eotvos (Hungary): "The ideas, which make people happy are at the same time our goals, that is cosmopolitanism, atheism, communism."
The greatest success of the masonic elite in deceiving people is the spreading of socialist stray ideas that solely rest on contradictory lies. For intelligent people it is easy to see through this social fraud, but most people lack the ability to think clearly and therefore easily fall prey to socialist lies.
The freemasons' foremost task is to stop correct information and to provoke economic and spiritual stagnation in society, which then no longer can escape the thrall of the masonic bankers.
Michel Reyt, who attained the 33 rd degree within the Grand Orient founded Sages, the aim of which is to provide the Socialist Party with money (Ghislaine Ottenheimer and Renaud Lecadre, "Les freres invisibles", Paris, 2001, p. 25).
The hidden influence of the freemasons has been and still is enormous. Eighteen of Napoleons marshals were freemasons, including Bernadotte, Brune, Jourdan, Kellermann, Massena, Mortier, Murat, Ney, Oudinot, Poniatowski, and Serurier (the French periodical Historia, No. 48, July-August 1997).
If one observes a company president, a board chairman or a minister who is a freemason, one will discover a significant number of masonic brothers hovering around him: accountants, secretaries, lawyers, PR-consultants, bankers, etc. As the freemasons become more powerful, they push non-masons away from positions of power.
"When one of my co-workers, freemasons, insist that we employ a man of fifty years, whom I have never heard of before, I immediately know what is going on," said the chairman of the board of France Television Marc Tessier, who himself is presumed to belong to the Spartacus lodge, which attracts heads of radio and TV-stations (Ghislaine Ottenheimer and Renaud Lecadre, "Les freres invisibles", Paris, 2001, p. 33).
More than a third of the members of the Economic and Social Council, the third chamber of the French National Assembly, are freemasons. The Entry hall to the Council's building is covered with masonic symbols: two columns with pictures of Horus and Isis. Horus holds a globe and a mitre in his hands. Isis holds a right angle in the crook of her arm. Other symbols are the moon, the sun, the starry sky, the pyramid, the carved stone, and the chain with three links.
The energy sector, the nuclear power industry and telecommunications are bastions of freemasonry.
Alain Grange Cabane, general director of an employers association mentioned: "The first time I met Patrick Le Lay, president of TF1 (the first national French TV channel), I said: 'I think we belong to the same family.' Le Lay answered: 'I know that we do.' We became friends. I became friend with Jean Miot in the same way." Miot was then chairman of the board of the Press Employers Association in Paris ( ibid, p. 35).
There is a theoretical rule within Grande Loge Nationale Francaise that neither politics or religion should be discussed in the lodge. In practice, this only applies to the blue lodges, i.e. the lowest degrees. In the higher degrees, called chapters, everything is discussed. The work of the Grand Orient and the Grand Lodge of France is focused on society from the very beginning (Ghislaine Ottenheimer and Renaud Lecadre, "Les freres invisibles", Paris, 2001, pp. 49-50).
The Grand Master of the Grand Orient, Alain Bauer, admits that there is a lack of ideas and that there exists philosophical poverty within his order. There have been hardly any new ideas recently, except for the protest actions against the pope's visit and the general mobilization against the National Front.
The masonic leaders admit that a misuse of power occurs, but claim at the same time that the order itself deals sternly with such issues. That is not true. Nearly everyone who has attempted to work against the corruption within freemasonry or warned higher instances within the order, leading freemasons like Jean Verdun, Pierre Marion, Pierre Bertin and Thierry Meyssan, have been ostracized or have themselves chosen to leave freemasonry (ibid, p. 9). The brothers have an obligation to aid each other, even at the risk of their own lives.
The freemason Jacques Medecin was mayor of Nice between 1966- 1995. His closest two associates Jean-Paul Claustres and Jean Oltra were also freemasons. Together with several other freemasons, they founded an entire network of fictitious local organizations, which received government grants funded by tax-payers money. Many of the masonic brothers that Medecin involved in his criminal activities, were members of the Grand Orient, but when their presence felt uncomfortable to the other brothers, they went over to the French National Grand Lodge where they founded a lodge of their own (No. 475). Other local government employees flocked to this lodge. It is estimated that the brothers of Nice managed to steal a billion francs between 1983 and 1989 (Bernard Bragard, Frederic Gilbert and Catherine Sinet, "Le feuilleton nicois", Paris, 1990). Medecin later moved to Uruguay, where he died.
Another example of how a brother who has made himself impossible in one order can be "re-used" in another: Guy Kornfeld was thrown out of the Grand Orient in 1986 for stealing 180 000 francs from the brothers in his lodge, Salvador Allende. Four years later he was accepted without difficulty into the National Grand Lodge of France. In May 1990, Kornfeld was caught in an identity check in a bank in Monaco and was arrested. He was carrying 3.6 million francs in state bonds, which had been taken in an armed robbery in Belgium a week earlier (ibid, p. 86).
In order to attract influential people, the French National Lodge has formed lodges of special interest (loges d'appel), based on the secretive lodge Demain in the Grand Orient, where the rituals have been reduced to a minimum. Ministers and other men of power feel at home in these lodges. The Spartacus lodge was created for heads of radio and television, the lodge La Banniere Etoilee (the Starry Banner) is for businessmen who wish to invest in the United States, the lodge Les Chevaliers de Jerusalem (Knights of Jerusalem) is for those who are especially interested in Israel, L'Esprit Olympique (the Olympic Spirit) is for sportsmen, Les Cabires is for masons interested in French-African issues. The yearly membership fee for some of these exclusive lodges is 10 000 francs, which pays for ten meetings. The dinners, which are enjoyed in connection with the meetings, cost 750 francs each (Ghislaine Ottenheimer and Renaud Lecadre, "Les freres invisibles", Paris, 2001, p. 94).
Masonic corruption has its own signs. The sign of recognition for the first degree, the degree of the apprentice, consists of placing the hand across the throat with four fingers clenched and the thumb at a right angle and then drawing the hand from left to right, as if cutting one's throat. This is also called "the throat sign" and symbolizes that the brother would rather have his throat cut than reveal any of the secrets of freemasonry.
For the journeyman's degree, the right hand is laid upon the heart. The hand is rounded, as if to grab the heart. At the same time, the left forearm is raised with an open hand. This means: May my heart be torn out if I betray the secrets.
In the third degree, the masters' degree, the right hand with pointing thumb is placed on the left side of the abdomen at the height of the navel. Anyone who betrays freemasonry will die in this manner.
These signs of recognition are described by many sources. There are several signs of recognition for the highest degree, which outsiders are unaware of. One of these consists of placing the index and ring finger of the right hand across the lips three times in succession. This shows that one has been informed of the most important secrets.
The masons recognize each other by asking simple questions like "What is the time?", "How old are you?". If you answer: "Half past nine" or "fifty years", this shows that you are not a brother. One is supposed to answer: "There is no time any longer" or "I am very old". You can also show that you are a brother by asking: "Do you also work day and night?"
Those who have not attained the master's degree do not have the right to visit other lodges. They must obey their master and everyone possessing a higher degree than themselves.