Freemasonry

Nephilim in Freemason Rudyard Kipling’s The Man Who Would Be King (video and article)

Freemason Rudyard Kipling’s 1888 AD book “The Man Who Would Be King” is about two Freemasons who pass themselves off as gods after uncovering long lost Freemason imagery, at a tribe’s ruins. Here is the portion relevant to the Nephilim of the Genesis 6 affair. “You know,” says Billy Fish. “How should a man tell …

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Freemason Robert W. Sullivan on Royal Arch of Enoch (article and videos)

Michael Parker interviewed Freemason Robert W. Sullivan regarding the “Royal Arch Of Enoch” and “Cinema Symbolism.” They got into various and sundry interesting topics and made some good points all around. However, of course, when you begin by interviewing a man, a Mason, who has been specifically trained to deceive non-Masons and even lower level …

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Article and video: Mozart’s Masonic Magic Flute

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s opera Trollflöjten (in Swedish, Die Zauberflöte in German and The Magic Flute in English) shows signs of holding deeper meanings are the, literally, uninitiated, will find therein. Getting right to the point, note that the Grand Freemason Lodge of British Columbia and Yukon wrote the following in Mozart’s Magic Flute – Love, …

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CBS’ discredits Prof. Margaret Jacob on “Inside the secret world of the Freemasons”

On December 8, 2013 AD, CBS aired a segment titled, “Inside the secret world of the Freemasons” on the Sunday Morning show which was hosted by Mo Rocca. As it turns out UCLA history professor Margaret Jacob, who is said to be “one of the world’s leading experts on Freemasonry” took it on the chin. …

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