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What the establishment really doesn’t want you to know: Freemasonry (and by association Mormonism), “Wicca” and Satanism bear striking similarities, most likely because they are all codifications of Paganism.

Reblogged from The unTraining Center

Masonry, Wicca and Satanism are systematizations of PaganismTies with “abortion” and “rock” music The New Age mag cover
↗ Transcript
Cabalistic Judaism → Freemasonry → KKK.
“In the book Origin of Freemasonry it says, ‘The Mysterious Force was established in 43 AD. It started when a counselor to King Herod came to him and complained that the followers of Jesus had a mysterious force. He said they should establish their own mysterious force to combat this Christian mysterious force. The purpose behind this group would be to attack the teachings of Jesus and in order to preserve Judaism. (Mind you, Judaism is a religion that does not accept our Lord Jesus Christ. They are still waiting for the coming of the messiah.) King Herod said, “we will use the hammer, because it was used to nail Jesus’ hands and feet. Every session will be opened by striking the hammer 3 times” (and you know judges have hammer to bring order in the court); King Herod said “we will make degrees. These will be thirty-three, symbolizing the age of the imposter”’…Theodore Hertzel, the founder of Zionism in 1897 in Switzerland: ‘Masonic lodges are established all over the world to help us achieve our independence. Those pigs, the non-jewish masons, will never understand the final objects of masonry.’”
↗ Did Albert Pike found the Ku Klux Klan?
↗ Entire playlist↗ Part 2, ↗ Part 3
↗ United Lodge of Theosophists
↗ Captain William Morgan’s Illustrations of Masonry (ebook)

Did you ever wonder where the Western World got into
■ exclusive fraternities and clubs like the Scouts and the Mickey Mouse Club?
■ this dogmatic breed of syncretism, ecumenism and relativism?
■ the term “New Age”?
■ concerted efforts to claim the Roman Papacy’s influence and land?
■ (recent evident infiltration of the same?)
■ self-styled cults of personality like John Wayne-ism?
■ dogmatic gradual macroevolutionist (Darwinist) teachings? (Not questioning legitimate evolutionary science [i.e. natural selectional intraspecial adaptation, i.e. “microevolution”] here, nor interbreeding Nephalim etc. which are actually provable.)

“The three forms of initiation—individual, group, or universal—all lead to conscious or unconscious control by a central power, who in some mysterious way makes its influence felt; often clairvoyantly and clairaudiently seen and heard, but never physically present or visible. The system in all three is the same—cabalistic. Secretly here and there individuals are prepared; these again form groups or centers from which influences spread until they form a network covering the entire world. Like rays from a hidden sun these groups are apparently divergent and detached, but in reality all issue from the same central body. The system is seen to be an insidious and secret dissemination of ideas, orienting and breaking down all barriers of family, religion, morality, nationality, and all self-initiative thought, always under the cloak of a new and more modern religion, new thought, new morality, a new heaven and a new earth; until it evolves a gigantic robot merely answering to the will and commands of a secret Mastermind. They dream they are free, original, self-determining individuals; they are but the negative moon reflecting and reproducing the light from the same hidden and cabalistic Sun. It is called ‘regeneration’ by the Illuminati; it is in truth individual death and disintegration, followed by a resurrection as negative ‘light-bearers’ of this cabalistic dark Sun whose Luciferian ‘Grand Plan’ is world domination” (Inquire Within, Light-Bearers of Darkness, p105). ↗ Notes about the Illuminati

Note: to cancel a vow—particularly one made to an unworthy institution or under dubious circumstances (such as deceitfulness or opacity [i.e. secretiveness])—all that is required is full, free and willing renunciation of the organization in question, and an attempt to notify their head honcho…and whoosh! Out of your life!

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