Thank you to a reader (John Q.) who sent me an article from LifeSiteNews on the Freemasons.
He sent it to me with the caption: “You’ll like this…” and he was right.
We’ve covered the Freemasons many times here at WeLoveTrump and I’m always happy to shine a light on this organization.
The title of the LifeSite article was:
Longtime readers will know my answer to that question, but first let’s explore some text from the article.
From LifeSite, here’s just a portion:
Affected appearance of honesty
In the first magisterial condemnation of Freemasonry, In Eminenti, Clement XII accused the Masons of “affecting an appearance of natural honesty.” If Masonry is indeed an affected appearance of honesty, it would be good to see what lies beneath the Masonic show of brotherhood and charity, both to expose the lie and avoid becoming its unwitting victim.
What will be presented here is drawn from the testimony of Freemasons themselves, gathered and assessed in the course of two in-depth investigations carried out in England in the latter part of the twentieth century and published in two works titled, The Brotherhood, 1983, by Stephen Knight, and Inside the Brotherhood, 1989, by Martin Short.
The former largely consisted in direct accounts of in-person interviews with Freemasons in England. The revelations of corruption within various parts of British society – especially the police – that Knight’s book made public, prompted the Masons to engage in a PR rebuttal campaign that saw a flurry of radio talks, press conferences, and informational brochures.
According to Martin Short, writing after these events transpired, the Masons, in their efforts to garner public approval following the publication of The Brotherhood, went so far as to open a permanent exhibition at Freemasons’ Hall in London in 1986, “telling the official history of the English Craft. On show were portraits of kings and princes who were Masons, an ornate Masonic throne, a Grand Master’s apron, the symbolic tools of Freemasonry, jewels, regalia and silver-ware, Masonic theatrical bills and proof of the brotherhood’s charitable works.” Again, in a PR video titled The Freemasons, “brothers old and young, public school and working class, white and black, talked of good citizenship, morality, fellowship and charity… The film showed Masonry’s good works for the aged, sick, orphaned and widowed, and its gifts to non-Masonic causes.” (Martin Short, Inside the Brotherhood, 20-21).
However, as Short notes:
All the Craft’s offensive artefacts had been kept from the public gaze. There were [sic] no Tyler’s sword to fend off intruders. There was no hoodwink to blindfold initiates, no poniard or dagger to thrust against their breasts, and no rope or cable-tow to loop around their necks, all symbols of the traditional fate awaiting any Mason who betrays the brotherhood. There was no human skull as used in the Knights Templar ritual, and no ‘Sacred and Mysterious Name’ of God, composed (according to the Royal Arch ‘Mystical Lecture’) of the names of three pre-Christian deities, some with satanistic overtones. (Short, 21)
Facade for corruption
In spite of the Grand Lodge’s efforts to appear honest, investigations into Masonic doings reveal both the organization and condoning of criminal activity. On the matter of responsibility for the criminal deeds of Freemasons, if the Lodge claims to be a “system of morality,” then even prescinding from the guilt of organized crimes perpetrated by its leaders, charges against members are rightly laid at its door. Short articulates this logic well:
Because Masonry claims to be a system of morality, any Grand Lodge bears some responsibility for its members offences, whether they commit them as Masons or as citizens of a wider community. It has the power to expel offenders, but if it rarely exercises this power—however strong the evidence or numerous the ‘criminals’—outsiders have every right to condemn the institution as a whole… It is the application of the time-honoured legal principle that a corporation or association may be held responsible for the actions of its employees or members. (Short, 26).
If you want more from that article, read the entire post here: https://www.lifesitenews.com/opinion/freemasonry-men-of-honesty-or-a-brotherhood-of-crime/
And now let me continue my exposure of the Masons…
Keep reading, we’re about to go DEEP down the rabbit hole!
Recently, I covered a story about three masonic lodges burning down.
In the story, I called the Masons “demonic”.
It wasn’t a word thrown around lightly, I chose it carefully and stand behind it 100%.
But boy oh boy did I upset “Mason Nation”.
Masons came out of the woodwork to email me telling me I’d “better apologize”!
Oh really dorks?
Have you ever seen a bigger group or D-O-R-K-S in your life than this:
Look, losers….playing dress up with your robes and sceptors and your stupid hats is something you should have grown out of when you turned 9.
Oh, in case you haven’t figured out yet by this point in the article, I have absolutely no intention of apologizing for my comments.
In fact, we’re gonna dig in and I’ll explain to you why the Masons are straight from the pit of hell.
Actually, I am going to make one middle ground comment here at the very beginning.
MOST Masons are good people.
Yes, I said it.
MOST Masons have no idea what is going on.
MOST Masons who only get to the first couple of degrees and just treat it as a social fraternity and think they are doing good in their community have no idea about what the Masons truly stand for.
It’s kind of like the FBI…
We all know the top of the FBI is rotten as hell, but there are a lot of good men and women in the lower ranks doing their jobs with honor and service to America.
Such is the case with the Masons.
So to everyone who wrote me and said “my dad was in the Masons and he’s a great person” or some variation of that email, I get it.
But that EXACTLY their plan.
Their plan is to infiltrate every city across America and make it look like it’s such a good and noble organization.
Who could have a problem with the Shriner’s Hospital, right?
It’s just like the Bible says about Satan….”he masquerades as an Angel of Light.”
That’s the Masons.
On the surface they want you to think they are Christian, but when you dig in you realize it’s just surface level stuff….and whole lot of other esoteric and pagan CRAP is mixed in.
They frequently reference the Bible but NEVER Jesus.
That’s a major red flag!
Oh, and in case you had any doubt about just how much they have infiltrated society, have you seen this?
Just a coincidence, I’m sure.
Ever wonder about the “G” in their logo?
From Collector’s Weekly:
Dating to 18th-century London, Freemasonry is one of the oldest of these operating fraternal orders, although the group’s mythology claims it is rooted in the building of King Solomon’s Temple around 966 B.C. Like many similar groups, the Masons were borne out of a British craft guild, wherein stone layers learned the tricks of the trade.
“The concept of freemasonry, which taught architecture and geometry, goes back thousands of years,” Lettelier says. “The Greek temples, the pyramids in Egypt, you name it—none of that could have been built without a knowledge of mathematics. So whenever you see the square and compass with the letter G in the center, that stands for God or sacred Geometry.
Spoiler alert….when you get to the top 33 degree of Masonry, you find out the “God” is really Satan!
That’s why they have no problem saying “God” all the time, it just means something very different to them.
Oh and “sacred Geometry”….if that phrase alone doesn’t tell you something is very off with these people, nothing will.
Nowhere in the Bible does it ever refer to “sacred Geometry”….in fact, the whole phrase and idea is highly blasphemous.
More of their imagery:
Note the triangle is always very prevalent.
The skull and bones.
The single “all seeing” eye.
The white and black floor.
The two pillars.
The white/black, light and dark, “as above, so below” imagery is always prevalent.
Can’t you just tell looking at this image something is very “off” about it? Something demonic?
If you have discernment you can.
Always the white and black checkered floor, a prevalent Masonic symbol:
From Occult World, I don’t agree with the Catholics on some things and I really do not like their Pope but they got this right:
The Catholic Church takes the structure of Freemasonry very seriously, forbidding membership by any Catholic. The Vatican issued its first papal condemnation in 1738, decreeing excommunication for any Catholic Freemason. Many Catholics were originally Masons, including Vatican prelates, and church officials often turned a blind eye, especially in England. The Greek Orthodox Church condemned Masonry in 1933 as a heathen mystery religion. Stephen Knight, author of Operative Masonry, claimed that during the ritual for the Holy Royal Arch candidates learn the secret name of God—Jahbulon: Jah for Yahweh, Bul for the Canaanite fertility god Baal, and On for Osiris. Such references, he contended, proved devil worship.
Freemasonry, as well as Rosicrucianism, received a boost in popularity with the 2003 international bestselling novel The Da Vinci Code. Author Dan Brown ties Rosicrucianism and Freemasonry to the legends of the so-called Priory of Sion, a secret order descended from the lost Knights Templar, to prove that Mary Magdalene is the real holy grail.
Do you see how they always blend together some idea from Christianity with something Pagan?
The “secret name” of God is a mix of Yahweh and Baal? Really? Blasphemous to the highest degree!
Because some of us are visual learners, I want to show you some videos by a guy who has done an absolutely fantastic job on YouTube exposing the Freemasons.
To everyone who emailed me and told me to “do my research” about the Masons, I have and here you go.
Seriously, these are very good, please watch:
And here is Obama pushing Freemasonry….
What more do you need to know?
Yes, all the groups are bad.
The Freemasons, the Rainbow Girls, Job’s Daughters, The DeMolay….
Again, it’s just like how Satan has many different names, isn’t it?
These groups have dozens of names, but all one evil root.
This next video addresses the people who say “I was in the Masons and nothing bad ever happened” or “a relative of mine was a Mason and he was a good person.”
And an in-depth investigation.
You want research?
And because those may likely get deleted off YouTube, I’ve made a backup.
Watch them all here safely on Rumble:
But I want to know what you think.
You’ve made it all the way to the end, what do you say?
Are the Masons just good parts of our society or a demonic organization?