Thread on Freemasonry
#41
George Bush, Professor of Hebrew, first cousin four times removed from George HW Bush

Quote: His 1847 "The Valley of Vision," which became an antebellum best seller, called on the U.S. government to militarily wrench Palestine from the Turks and return it to the Jews.

http://books.google.com/books?id=8vRHGQAACAAJ&dq=dry+bones+of+israel

Quote:In 1845 Bush converted to the New Church. He quickly became a prominent spokesman of the church, and helped the spread of the church's magazine. Bush served as editor for the New Church Review and the spiritualist magazine, The Hierophant, and he authored and helped disseminate a large number of Swedenborgian tracts, including the widely read Statement of reasons for believing the doctrines and disclosures of Emanuel Swedenborg (1846) and Mesmer and Swedenborg (1847). Bush continued his promotional work for the New Church until his death, following a protracted and debilitating illness, in 1859. The following year he was memorialised in the book Memoirs and Reminiscenses of George Bush, a collection of contributions from friends, edited by Woodbury M. Fernald.[3]


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#42
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The EU as the tower of Babel, bonding together block-shaped people, with the baby's head not yet properly "formed" to fit.

The EU, undoing the scattering of nations in an endeavor to join heaven and earth.

With 12 stars on the flag. The number of stars is fixed at 12.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flag_of_the_European_Union

And don't think that is just some unusual poster:

The European Parliament:

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#43
Coudenhove-Kalergi is credited as being one of the "fathers" of the European Union.

Quote:. His intellectual influences ranged from Rudolf Kjellén and Oswald Spengler to Arthur Schopenhauer and Friedrich Nietzsche. In politics, he was an enthusiastic supporter of "fourteen points" made by Woodrow Wilson on 8 January 1918 and pacifist initiatives of Kurt Hiller. In the early 1920s he joined a Masonic lodge at Vienna, where he would reach several degrees.

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In his book Praktischer Idealismus (Practical Idealism, Wien/Leipzig 1925, pages 20, 23, 50) he wrote:

"The man of the future will be of mixed race. Today's races and classes will gradually disappear owing to the vanishing of space, time, and prejudice. The Eurasian-Negroid race of the future, similar in its appearance to the Ancient Egyptians, will replace the diversity of peoples with a diversity of individuals."

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"Instead of destroying European Jewry, Europe, against its own will, refined and educated this people into a future leader-nation through this artificial selection process. No wonder that this people, that escaped Ghetto-Prison, developed into a spiritual nobility of Europe. Therefore a gracious Providence provided Europe with a new race of nobility through spiritual grace. This happened at the moment when Europe’s feudal aristocracy became dilapidated, and thanks to Jewish emancipation."
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#44
HG Wells mentions Coudenhove-Kalergi and his part in the movement for a "United States of Europe" in his little book The New World Order

Quote:Long before the Great War there was a book by Sir Max Waechter, a friend of King Edward the Seventh, advocating the United States of Europe, and that inexact but flattering parallelism to the United States of America has recurred frequently; as a phrase thrown out by Monsieur Briand for example, and as a project put forward by an Austrian-Japanese writer, Count Coudenhove-Kalergi, who even devised a flag for the Union.

http://gutenberg.net.au/ebooks04/0400671h.html
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#45
Some current news:

Quote:A Report Sent to the Vatican

Vatican observer Paolo Rodari, in Il Reformista of February 3, wrote about a report handed to the pope and denouncing a put-up job: “Behind the choice of the broadcast by a the State television channel SVT lies hidden an attempt at discrediting Pope Benedict XVI. Persons have worked on this from the outside, but with the help of an insider. This dossier intends to demonstrate that the Swedish television had been influenced to broadcast the story three days before the release of the document lifting the excommunication. The dossier puts forward the hypothesis that the French journalist Fiammetta Venner, may have suggested that they ask a question on the issue (of the holocaust, Ed.).”
“Fiammetta Venner, who intervenes in person during the broadcast of the Swedish television, is an active militant of the French homosexual movement, a pro-abortionist and a advocate of secularism.” According to Rodari, “she often lectures on the issue of secularism at the Grand Orient of France. Last September, on the occasion of Benedict XVI’s visit to France, she sent to the press a book co-authored by her companion, Caroline Fourest, and bearing the very explicit title: The Pope’s New Soldiers. The Legionaries of Christ, the Opus Dei, and the Traditionalists, (Panama Publishing House).” -- In the February 5 edition of the French daily Le Monde, Fiammetta Venner denied having had any knowledge of the Vatican’s agenda.

http://angelqueen.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=24182
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#46

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Pope Clement XIII 1758-1769
I wish to add that during the 18th century Pope Clement XIII condemned highly placed Masons in an ordinance of January, 1759, against the work of Helvetius and this Pope published on Sept. 3rd, 1759, his constitution "Ut Primum" directed against the "Encyclopedie" of Diderot and d'Alembert .
Finally, in his Encyclical of November 25th, 1766, "Christianae Republicae Salus," Pope Clement XIII denounced the peril incurred by Church and State through the published works of so-called philosophers. It meant that all Voltairian and Masonic works were being anathemized in the following terms:
"The enemy of all Good," said the Pope, "has sown the evil seed in the field of the Lord and the evil grain has grown rapidly, to such an extent, that it threatens to destroy the harvest. It is time to cut it down."
"In our days nothing is free from the attacks of those who are impious. God Himself becomes the object of their insolent audacity, they represent Him as a being who is mute, inert, devoid of a sense of providence or justice; they lower Him down to the level of animals. As far as they are concerned, matter is all or at least dominates everything. Even those among them who are opposed to such gross errors, but too frequently in our days, are not afraid, in their pride, to scrutinize our mysteries and to submit everything to nothing but their own reasoning power."
Clement XIII exposes all the sores of Masonry which at the time of the French Revolution had reached the state of gangrene, such as Materialism, Nationalism, Deism and even Atheism which is most imperfectly veiled by the "Grand Architect of the Universe," a notion which, after all, is only the spontaneous evolution of the universal religion promised in the "Constitutions" of Anderson.
In a last but anxious appeal the Pope entreats all the Bishops in the Catholic world to link their efforts with his own and to beseech all Christian Princes to take in hand the defense of the Sorrowing Church, "Gementis Ecclesiae Causam Exposcite." Listen attentively, 23 years before 1789 (year of the French Revolution) the Church was in tears, due to the threats held out by Freemasonry; who can vouch for the assumption that 23 years remain to us before the Judeo-Masonry of the 20th century will add to the tears being shed by the Church -- blood tears similar to those shed during 1793? But this time it will not be in France only, but throughout the whole world. Is this not the time to speak again of the Sorrowing Church?

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#47
Very influential Freemason in France under Sarkozy:

Quote:Alain Bauer is a Criminologist. He is a constitutionalist lawyer.
He has been the youngest Vice President of the Sorbonne university, an office he held from 1982 to 1989. Afterwards, he became advisor on national security to the Prime Minister Michel Rocard from 1988-1990
He has worked as a criminologist at the Sorbonne University, at the National Police Academy, at the National Justice Academy, at the National Gendarmerie Academy and at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice. He also work at the China National Police Academy. He is a Member of the International Association of Chiefs of Police and has been appointed president of the French National Crime Commission since 2003. In 2006 and 2007, he has been appointed at the French Commission on police data control and of the French Working Group on Policing. He is also advisor to the NYPD, the LASD and the Surete du Quebec (CANADA). He was appointed in August 2007 by the French President Nicolas Sarkozy to reorganize the French system on studies and research on security and strategy, focusing on the creation of a National Security Council.
Youngest Grand Master of the Grand Orient de France 2000-2003. He is Chancellor of the International Masonic Institute since 2003.
He is the writer of a 20 books on criminology and a dozen books on Masonry. Some of them in English.

The French surveillance state

Quote:According to the National Commission for Data Protection and Liberties, an official body, the RG alone holds files on a staggering 2.5m people; the real number, says one insider, is even higher. Those who have secured permission to look at their files are sometimes disappointed by the errors. “The problem with these files is not their existence but their quality,” argues Alain Bauer, a security specialist.

Even the French, however, have their limits. A recent attempt by President Sarkozy’s government to computerise all intelligence files into a new super-database, known by the acronym EDVIGE, is being rethought after an outcry by civil-liberties groups. It would have allowed agents to track individuals’ health and sexual habits, as well as to monitor minors as young as 13 thought “susceptible” to disrupting public order. A new version, under review, would tighten the rules on who can be spied on, and what can be recorded. This would make an agent’s job more professional, if less colourful. Either way, the surveillance culture will remain.

He is also a member of LICRA (Ligue Internationale Contre le Racisme et l'Antisémitisme) which sued Archbishop Lefebvre:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LICRA

Account of the charge against Archbishop Lefebvre:

http://www.stas.org/publications/letter/...gust.shtml
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LICRA

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#48
Description of the episode of the index slips in Msgr Cahill's Freemasonry and the Anti-Christian movement

Quote:Among the many other cause célèbres, connected with the history of Freemasonry in recent times, the French "affaires des fiches" (Episode of the index-slips) is perhaps the best known: It brought to light the fact that the French Masonic lodges had organized an immense network of espionage by means of which the War Office, itself staffed by Freemasons, was enabled to make all promotions in the army dependent on the person's attitude towards masonic principles and practice. Any officer who was known to cherish religious convictions, whose children were being educated in a Catholic school, or whose wife attended Mass, was made the subject of an index slip, drawn up by the local Masonic lodge and confidentially despatched to the War Office. These slips were collected into a register, nicknamed "Carthage." Any officer whose name figured in "Carthage" had no chance of promotion no matter what his military capacity or merits might be. A similar type of pressure was in fact applied to civilians in every grade of public service; and, as is well known, was not and is not confined to France. But the revelation of such a high organized system in the French Army was peculiarly sensational.

http://books.google.com/books?id=By6hImBg8bQC&pg=PA20

http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Affaire_des_fiches

Voltaire had referred to the Catholic Church as "Carthage", and he said, that Écrasez l'Infâme was his Carthago Delenda Est.

Jean Jaurés was an irreligious socialist, yet when it was revealed his daughter received Holy Communion he was violently criticized:

http://books.google.com/books?id=OV1LAAAAMAAJ&pg=PA50&lpg=PA50

He was murdered at the beginning of WWI. He had been known as an advocate for peace. Five years later, his murderer, Raoul Villain, was acquitted, even though his guilt was admitted.

Of course this was many years ago. Still, is there any reason to suppose things have changed?


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#49
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Center alter view of the House of the Temple. There are four books on the Alter; the Holy Bilble, The Jewish Tanuuk, the Koran, and the Biva Gita.

https://dcpages.com/gallery/House-of-the...?g2_page=4
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#50
At the House of the Temple 33 degrees:

J. Edgar Hoover Law Enforcement Room includes Hoover's official desk and many mementos and memorabilia.

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