When President Richard M. Nixon resigned the office of the presidency on August 9,1974, he signaled the Dueguard and Sign of a Royal Arch Mason. As the Nixon audiotapes since released by the Nixon presidential library clearly show, Nixon and his "Prussian Guard," White House Chief of Staff Robert Haldemann and top aide John Erlichman, plotted to thwart the power of the Jewish Illuminati media that poisons the mind of America. They also conspired to overthrow the elaborate FBI and intelligence network historically run behind the scenes by the Jewish-led Illuminati chieftains.
Nixon knew what he was risking. He well knew that John F. Kennedy's murder was orchestrated by the Jewish Illuminati with the backing of Zionist Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson and with the connivance of J. Edgar Hoover's Mafia-infiltrated FBI and the Skull & Bones-run CIA. Nixon had been a close associate of David Rockefeller and had met privately with the Rothschilds a number of times. Nixon also had attended the notorious homoerotic occultic rituals of the Bohemian Club outside San Francisco. Still, as President, he had hoped to mount an offensive against the elite and dislodge them from their position of awesome power in the United States.
Instead, it was Nixon and his entourage who were dislodged, falling from grace and being ousted, even though Nixon's so-called crimes ("Watergate," etc.) were paltry compared to the colossal criminal treachery of predecessors like Wilson and Roosevelt, and successors like Clinton and both Bushes.
Captain William Morgan, in the nineteenth century, suffered a worse fate, being murdered in a Masonic ritual and his disfigured body dumped into a lake. Incensed by this outrage, John Quincy Adams, sixth President of the United States, in his classic exposure of the Masonic murderers (Letters on Freemasonry), minced no bones in declaring the Freemasons as "Luciferian" and as a grave threat to America.
In this section, we examine a few of penal (penalty) signs and also signs given to communicate the message, "on the square," a phrase made common in the American lexicon by its frequent usage by Masons.
"Masonry ought forever to be abolished. It is wrong ~ essentially wrong ~ a seed of evil, which can never produce any good." ~ John Quincy Adams
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by Gabriele Blackburn
The Light of Krishnamurti relates the many-faceted mystical and spiritual occurrences of J. Krishnamurti as experienced by Gabriele Blackburn, a spiritual healer and clairvoyant. This is the story of the author's life in relationship to these events, their extraordinary meaning, and the profound effect they had on her.
All the Pyramid's Men
It was carried to a Union Colonel who was a mason, but not of a high enough degree to comprehend Oden's symbolic message. Another mason, Union Capt. Perry was summoned and he recognized the drawings and announced that a fellow mason was in distress. Four Northern masons crept out to the field, placed the wounded Southerner on a cot and carried him to the field hospital of the 5th New Hampshire Volunteer Infantry where he was treated. When the Union Army moved on, Oden was sent to the private home of a physician to recuperate, rather than to a prisoner of war camp. Lt. Oden survived the War Between the States.
While at first sight, this is a touching story of the brotherhood of Freemasonry, some of the glow dims when we recall that a non-mason, Christian Confederate would have been left to bleed to death. Moreover, if cooperation like this existed between brother masons in the field, one is left to wonder at what degree collusion between Confederate and Union Freemasons of high office and rank, took place behind the scenes.