The Truth behind Freemasonry and the New World Order
If any of you have been studying the New World Order for any length of time, I am sure by now at this stage you have come across the Freemasons. On the outset the Freemasons claim to be a fraternity, nothing more than a big boy’s club, while many claim that it is behind the doors of societies such as that of the Freemasons, that politics and many important world issues are dictated and decided. It is most notably coined a “society with secrets” rather than a secret society. They are only one of many secret societies in the world today; however many that we are familiar with today have their roots in masonry, even those claiming to anti-masonic (left-right paradigm?). I am not about to claim that the Freemasons are the source of the world conspiracy, but more to take a look at what ties them to it. While one cannot disagree that the involvement of many important historical, political and other such influential figures in Freemasonry is nothing short of suspicious, I would suggest that it is more than just a big boy’s club, and the ultimate goal is more than political, although this is one of the areas upon which this goal is manifest. From history we can see that the Freemasons left their mark on many important areas of history, such as the French and American Revolutions. One only has to look at the architecture in many of our modern day cities to see the prevalence of their symbols. It is also worthwhile noting that it is from Freemasonry that Adam Weishaupt went on to establish The Illuminati in 1776.
Throughout history the Masons have been subject to much controversy. You will all be familiar withCaptain Morgan. Well his real name was William, and he was not a pirate (although it is believed he owned a brewery). In 1826, he started a movement against the Freemasons and threatened to publish a book exposing their secrets. He was kidnapped and subsequently disappeared. A brutalised body turned up some time later that was believed to be him. Following this, Thurlow Weed set up the first Anti-Masonic party. It ran a presidential candidate in 1828, but by 1835, was nearly defunct.
Freemasonry is divided into a hierarchical structure, in order to conceal knowledge. The first three degrees are as follows – Entered Apprentice, Fellow Craft, and Master Mason, all of which require the candidate to participate in an enacted drama and…
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