Published On: Tue, Feb 13th, 2018

Perk-seeking dupes wanted; the Keepers of the Great Plan are looking for help

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British Freemasonry is recruiting.

That’s the only conclusion to make given the flurry of activity in February whereby an organisation that usually likes to remain in the dark scuttled out in to the light of exposure [a type of light, by the way, much more powerful and useful to mankind than the underground-temple torch flame of Masonic illumination]. It all began with a couple of stories about Masonic lodges operating in the Westminster Parliament, and the National Union of Journalists calling for “Freemason membership to be listed by both journalists and MPs in their declared register of interests when working in parliament”.

The truth is that even if there were Masonic lodges at Westminster, it wouldn’t matter to any significant extent, and so it is clear that this subject was advanced into the public domain as a strawman to beat up while nothing of any substance was dealt with. Control through Masonry comes from the top, not sideways. To explain: control of the British Government wouldn’t come through a Masonic lodge with connections to the Legislature; it would come from people who could pull the strings of the Executive Branch (and its Opposition), which in turn uses whips to enforce votes as required.

All coming from the Guardian, and written by the same journalist, two stories of Westminster lodges were swiftly followed by articles that professed to explain Freemasonry, or give a peek behind its veil of secrecy (see here and here). They were nothing of the sort, of course. For instance, the main concern about Freemasonry expressed in these pieces came in terms of its membership having an undue advantage in business – which is actually an attraction for people who are willing to go along to get along. Thus they served as signal by which those of us who do have an insight knew that the Westminster lodge stories were meant to lead to a brief public discussion that only could serve as advertising for recruitment. And proving that the newspaper stories were indeed intended to excite the interest of new candidates, the United Grand Lodge of England put out an advert in three national newspapers, the main thrust of which was as follows:

As an organisation we welcome individuals from all walks of life, of any race, faith, age, class or political persuasion… you may have questions about who we are and what we do, so why not ask those who know? Over the next six months our members will be running a series of open evenings and Q&A events up and down the country. These will be promoted in the local media and on our website.

The advert also contained a lot of complaining about how Freemasons suffered from “misrepresentation” and were “undeservedly stigmatised” – which is all rubbish, of course, given that their own literature reveals them at their very worst. This went on to scale the height of brass necked cheek with a claim made that Freemasons faced “discrimination”. It’s a secret society. They generally keep their membership a secret. How can they be discriminated against in wider society? They discriminate against people who aren’t Masons.

Given that the Guardian articles were obviously the openers in a charm offensive, they need to be exposed so that anyone who, by their encouragement, joins any Masonic secret society to find himself, in years to come, turned into a natural-born liar who readily identifies with Cain, the first murderer, or believing implicitly in Lucifer as an emancipator, and other new age craziness such as man’s initial hermaphrodite single-sex state of being, cannot say that they weren’t warned.

One of the deceptions that is crucial to disguising the true nature of Freemasonry is about the date of British Masonry’s conception, along with the process of its genesis. The Guardian pieces conform rather predictably, telling their readers that the first grand lodge of England was established in 1717 in the City of London; at that point it was merely a modification of Medieval stonemasons societies “who would use secret words and symbols to recognise each others’ legitimacy, and so protect their work from outsiders”.  The need for secrecy is further explained thusly:

During some periods of history, Freemasons have been persecuted – by the Nazis, for example – and have needed to go underground to survive.

The actual truth of Freemasonic secrecy is exactly to do with the fact that it is an expression of the original anti-human ancient religion. In this religion, the object of worship is the god-in-man; the inner illuminated priest-king – therefore in possession of a right to lord it over the masses, and create and maintain structures to sustain this rule. Higher adepts of Mystery Babylon – for this is the religion’s name – do not wish wellbeing for mankind, as the any publically accessible advertising spiel would have its consumers believe, but will in fact loathe the profane as a dangerous risk to be contained, and see any suffering caused to them as a means to an end. The end is the World State controlled by a council of magi: the upper echelons of all Masonry.

While a history of persecution of Freemasonry is factual, what is never widely understood is that the persecution tends to be committed by factions of the Mystery Babylon religion upon each other – Nazism was a Masonic movement. The Catholic Church has a pagan secret core that its wider congregation isn’t privy to – and it persecuted the Templars and other sects, as will be demonstrated in the course of this piece. But for all the division within the Mystery Babylon religion, there is also surprising connections; the historical link between Western Masonry and Eastern assassin-cults explains why supposed extremist Muslims can fight for the Great Satan (America), or the Zionist Entity (Sionism is a branch of Anglo-American Masonry).

And while modern British Freemasonry may be traced back only as far as the 18th century, its precursor goes all the way back uninterruptedly to Babylon. At the bottom of this article is a long extract from Manly P Hall’s book, The Adepts in the Western Esoteric Tradition: Orders of the Great Work. In it, Hall, a Thirty-Third Degree Mason, clearly lays claim for the “Chaldean” origins of British Freemasonry. From Hall’s treatment, one can easily discern that Freemasonry has inherited a religion. And yet, Guardian readers were recently told the following:

[Masonry] is a secular movement, although new members are expected to acknowledge a belief in a God-like superior being, often called the Grand or Great Architect of the Universe.

Anyone believing in a single deity may be admitted. Rudyard Kipling, who was a member of a masonic lodge in Lahore, wrote a number of poems about his fellow masons who were Muslims, Hindus, Sikhs and Jews. In theory, all discussion of religion and politics is prohibited within lodges.

Masonry is largely New Age claptrap because it is based on the science of the ancients (geared towards tyranny by the technocrat). The appeal to candidates of Freemasonry who have a belief in their particular god would be about riding their motivation from good intentions into evil outcomes. During a Mason’s career, if they show willing, they will start thinking in terms of worshiping Lucifer – the means of their illumination – and that is one god of Masonry. The extent to which a Freemason is exposed to this depends on how high they climb – led on by the deception that there is a great and awesome secret to be learnt (there isn’t). Masonry is a compartmentalised pyramid scheme where people at the top get a lot of power by the service of the lower echelons (and attribute that to their own specialness), and people at the bottom who get let off parking tickets in return for granting a planning permission, or for awarding a contract, but don’t think that there’s anything that they are doing that the pastor of their church would object to (at the same time, they learn to lie to their family to maintain the secrets of the brotherhood).

In America’s Assignment with Destiny, Manly P Hall writes about how control is exercised down through the pyramid:

The genuine Esoteric Associations always required that disciples prepare themselves for careers of practical service. The student was expected to attain to a state of unusual skill or proficiency in some branch of learning. He was then to practise this profession or craft as a means of extending his sphere of constructive influence. He was to teach through example, enriching his chosen vocation with the overtones of enlightened religious philosophy. Thus, gradually creating a significant zone of influence, he was available for whatever task the Keepers of the Great Plan required.

What Manly P Hall appears to be referring to is how many a Medieval craftsman’s guild, or an academic or alchemist’s university fellowship acted as a vehicle through the ages for the reinstatement of Babylon – with stonemasonry being one of these associations, and the biggest to survive to our age. So, a lodge is the extension of the “constructive influence” which is there to carry out any instruction of the people at the very top.

Who is at the top? It’s a good question. We know who is very near the pinnacle because we can observe the “Great Plan” (the World State) coming about by their activity.  The Illuminati, which was once German Masonry that reinvented a Spanish branch of Christian Gnosticism (that can very likely be connected to the East via the conquering Muslims), appears to have evolved into the upper echelons of all Masonry, and is accused of having formed the Council of Foreign Relations, the Trilateral Commission and the Royal Institute of International Affairs. The City of London, the Crown, is a prime candidate, not least because of the historically incorporated guilds, but because of the association with the Jerusalem Temple.

While claiming a modern origin for public consumption, it is interesting to see that British Freemasonry allows itself to be advertised using details of initiation rituals that do smack of oblique and distant origins. It probably helps that the Guardian puff-pieces give a sanitised account of ceremonies that are far more dangerous and sinister in reality:

The candidate must roll up one trouser leg to show that he is healthy and unshackled, a free man. He must expose his left breast to show that he is not a woman. A rope noose known as a cable tow is placed around his neck. This represents either an umbilical cord or ties to fellow masons.

The rituals are intended to deliver messages about rebirth as a mason, passage through life and preparation for death.

This account doesn’t mention the blindfold – initiates are literally hoodwinked, which is the overarching meme in the career of most Freemasons. Mentioned neither is the sword pointed at the exposed chest – which is reminder of the blood oath taken at the time to swear the initiate to secrecy; the binding “himself to the service of God [for which read the inner-god]  by a firm promise and obligation” of Albert Pike’s Morals and Dogma. The umbilical cord when cut represents being born again; rebirth or actually reincarnation. In The Lost Keys of Freemasonry, Manly P Hall dramatises the intended progress of an adept who is reincarnated in this way. Aradamas is pulled from a black tomb by a High Priest and is instructed to make his way to the top of a pyramid – the platform on which the cap stone would be placed. This is a metaphor for extracting the inner-god from the course stuff of the body; and of course, the capstone is also symbolic of the completion of the Great Plan. They are complimentary to each other, because those that are Illuminated will rule the World State.

The following is that lengthy extract as promised. At the foot of the page are links to FBEL articles which deal with Masonry in the context of the government and current affairs of our time, the historical development of the World State, and the media that informs of the rule by Mystery Babylon. Above all else, to understand Freemasonry comprehensively the author strongly recommends William Cooper’s Mystery Babylon series (here), and the further research that it promotes.

In the 3rd century after Christ, a Persian mystic, born in the faith of Zoroaster and inspired by the doctrines of the Chaldeans, preached a religious philosophy which was to influence the entire course of Western Civilization…

Manes [for that was his name] was an initiate of the Mysteries of Mithras, and among his teachers was Terebinthus, an Egyptian philosopher and magician… After the death of Manes, the progress of the sect was entrusted to a circle of initiates, and these defined the degrees of the order; its initiatory rites, signs, symbols and passwords…

When it was first attacked in Persia, Manichaeism spread towards Turkistan, India and China, and at the same time towards Africa by way of Syria and Egypt… In the eleventh century Manichaeism, brought by the commerce of the Levant, penetrated into Southern France and gave rise to the powerful sect of the Cathari, who were terminated by the Inquisition…

Heckethorn… notes: “By changing its name, seal, and figurative language, Manichaeism spread in Bulgaria, Lombardy… France…., etc…, united with the Saracens, and openly made war upon the Emperor.” …The same author then establishes the Templars and the Freemasons in the Manichaen descent.

 

In which we notice Plato referring to the link between freemasonry and government (link)

Ruled by a vassal government in the Neuordnung Europas, deluded Britons imagine they won the war (link)

Interstellar, the movie: representing Freemasonic lore to an unsuspecting audience (link)

Analysis of “Things to Come”, Part One: Mystery Babylon does all the war (link)

Analysis of “Things to Come”; Part Two: From the same place as “Interstellar” (link)

The “Horusfest” Edition in which Harry Potter & Britain First have something in common (link)

The Spartan Tradition & UK Government; pederasty & homosexuality as control grid (link)

Hairspray, wire and harnesses; NASA’s role in the NOW (link)

“Silent Weapons for Quiet Wars”; Part One: “Inductance” for economic dominance (link)

A report on the “Report from Iron Mountain” – introduction (link)

The real and complete Corbyn delusion (link)

The socialist “Rights of Man” – towards a New World Order (link)

In which we observe H G Wells agitating for a New World Order in 1940 (link)

The science of the age versus technocratic “magic”; there can only be one outcome (link)

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