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Freemasonry & Religion

July 15, 2011

“Masonry ought forever to be abolished. It is wrong – essentially wrong – a seed of evil, which can never produce any good”, President John Quincy Adams.  Freemasonry is as near to a religion as you’re ever going to get, though many may shout; “Oh no its not!” – Then all I can say to them, is by the time you’ve read this book you should certainly see that; “Oh yes it is” – as after all what is religion other than a set of beliefs concerning the cause, nature and purpose of life and the universe.   Especially when it’s also concerning the creation of a supernatural intervention, – or having a human being kind of relation [in the image of man] to that which they regard as holy, sacred, spiritual or divine.  Freemasonry’s own prerequisite is in the belief of the existence an “omnipotent being”.  – The fact is Freemasonry is indeed a quasi-like religion, as it too has a belief system that is a combination of all the faiths and religions. [1a]

Though it must be said, to a certain sector within the Masonic Order, their “omnipotent being” , is not quite like the same God, or being many of you may perceive or think about, – as indeed the evidence I provide, should show it’s something much more ominously-potent, as opposed to “omni”.  As you may have already gathered, I am totally a nonbeliever of “manmade religions”, so do not have any kind of hidden “god-squad” agenda.

Freemasonry does not directly tell its members to go out and influence or control churches.  What it does do is to encourage its members to attend [1] these churches, mosques and synagogues, as this practical effect is far more discreet and much more far reaching.  Many churches, mosques and synagogues are literally controlled by Freemasons, just closely study their architecture and you will see many allegories and symbolism linked to the craft.  Many, many of these kinds of institutions around the world are controlled by bishops, deacons, rabbis, priests, Imams and vicars who are also Freemasons. [2]

As are most of the leaders of our governments, – yet the subject that their also Freemasons remains under wraps from the rest of us, whilst they can be seen publicly attending and praying at these other establishments.

The majority of church leaders know their own religions are a farce and purely a means in controlling the masses, so are more than happy to settle for a nice cushy little number – ‘des res’ included, so seldom do they have the guts speak out of term or make a stance for truth at any substantial cost.  I am not saying that all of them are like this, but more a high percentage of them are.

To the masses and lower level Freemasons it is put about and stated that Freemasonry is neither a religion nor a substitute for one.  There is “no separate Masonic God”, nor a separate proper name for a deity in any branch of Freemasonry, – which in itself is a blatant lie and when your read the overall evidence in total you can clearly see there is indeed a “separate Masonic God” in many branches of Freemasonry.  Regular Freemasonry requires that its candidates believe in a “Supreme Being”, but the interpretation of the term is subject to the conscience of the candidate.  This means that Freemasonry accepts men from a wide range of faiths, including [but not limited to] Christianity, Judaism, Islam, Buddhism, Sikhism, Hinduism, etc.  However the truth of the matter is that Freemasonry wants to become the overall prominent religion.  I have already explained that basically the illuminati cabals consist of the Freemasons who control the Christian/Protestants, the Jesuits alongside the Black Pope the Roman Catholics, the leaders of Sufism over Islam and the Muslims, whilst the Frankists rule over Judaism, and collectively this coalition of faiths come under the same umbrella of the Illuminati.

 

The Christian and Catholic churches have long been in decline, whilst the opposite could be said about the Islamic religions and their mosques, when was the last time you see a church being built?  So much so is “the church” worried about this rapid descent [okay so there might be a increase in places where religion was once banned, such as Russia], that it too is beginning to broaden its own horizons.  There are many interfaith “coalitional” alliances springing up all over the world, back in September 24th 1999, the Vatican hosted an inter-religious meeting in preparation of the new Millennium.  There was a private assembly attended by 200 people: 80 Christians of different denominations and 120 from other world religions and was held in the Vatican Synod Hall. Then following that assembly, outside in St. Peter’s Square on the 28th of October 1999, thousands of attended a multi-faith gathering.  Even the monarchies realise that their future is equally in the balance and a reason why those such as Prince Charles endorses and hopes for a multi-faith coronation, despite the Church of England asserting the historic importance of a solely Christian service when he becomes King. [3]

The Prince has said he hopes of inviting Muslims, Hindus and others to take an equal role in Westminster Abbey, the Church declared that Archbishop of Canterbury Dr Rowan Williams will design the coronation service.  Charles has long made it clear his yearning for a ceremony in which Muslim, Hindu, Jewish and Sikh beliefs take a place alongside the doctrines of the Church of England.  Though the Archbishop of York, Dr John Sentamu has said; “The Church of England reminds the nation that in this country the Queen is Defender of the Faith, head of the Commonwealth and head of state”.  He also said of the relationship between Church and monarch: “You change it at your peril!” And if anyone knows what their talking about in regards to all this religious lark, then he surely must be among those who are qualified to do so.

So why on earth would Prince Charles, and in that case the Vatican itself, take such leaps towards endorsing a multi-faith union of religions.  When it comes to birth fertility rates, the one thing I’ve realised it that we can’t seem to trust much of the data, whether it be official or unofficial, i.e. “alleged”, when it comes to birth fertility rates.  The problem being, is that there are figures widely available on the internet, but as we are aware, a lot of misinformation is abound, so I have decided not to rely on any of them, other than according to the Office of National Statistic’s. [3a]

It shows that the fertility rate in England is 1.94, and the BBC reported that in Algeria and Morocco, the two nations which send the largest numbers of Muslim immigrants to France, that their fertility rate is 2.38, according to the UN’s 2008 figures.  It goes without saying birth fertility rates are in decline among many European nations, though this is a fact in all industrialised countries populations, and that many Muslims are like how the Irish and British Victorians used to be in regards to having large families.  According to: The Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life findings of its latest study in the October 2009 report: Europe has 38 million Muslims, which account for about 5 percent of its population, though many say it’s much higher than this, as many are illegal immigrants, so go undetected.

In many countries the monarchy has a unifying influence.  It promotes stability, prosperity and freedom.  On constitutional monarchy, from the article on Monarchy and Nobility: Divine Rights and Responsibilities, [3] it shows that Muslim attitudes and teachings in the Quran supports and endorses monarchy as a divinely appointed institution by Allah.  It states that Allah favoured his people because “He raised Prophets among you and made you kings, and gave you what he gave not to any other among the peoples.” [5:21].  This suggests that kings are a gift from Allah as a present or benefit to the people, and of course Prince Charles and all other monarchs feel very comfortable with such religiously endorsed statements.  And they too realise that their future subjects are going to be Muslims and those numbers are rapidly increasing whilst their own currently religious subjects are on the decline, – so it goes without saying and makes sense for the future time immemorial monarchies to jump on the band wagon and secure their presently rocky thrones. [3]

And the Church too recognises these statistics and are reacting to this sea change of future disciples, so a multi-faith based coalition religions is the way to go for them, as they can see the own extinction and perhaps think this is the best and “only” option.  And this is exactly what the illuminati want, one powerhouse controlling all states religions, and where the world of Freemasonry is ideally placed to fill this roll as it already encompasses all religions.

Extract from Trapped in a Masonic World.

[1] http://www.trosch.org/bks/freemaso.htm

[1a] “religion — Britannica Online Encyclopedia.” <http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/497082/religion&gt;.

[2]”Humanum Genus on Freemasonry – Encyclical by Pope Leo XIII <http://www.trosch.org/bks/freemaso.htm&gt;.

[3] : “Suppression of Freemasonry  <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Search?search=Suppression+of+Freemasonry&gt;.

[3a] http://www.statistics.gov.uk/hub/index.html

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Free 21 page sample of Trapped in a Masonic World; http://www.ebooktika.com/category/Philosophy+and+Politics-19

www.trappedinamasonicworld.co.uk

© 2011 Copyright – David McCann.

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