Secret Freemasons History and Rituals – Part 1

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Nowadays, the number of members decreased significantly, the wrong information to make people, especially young people think negatively about Freemasonry. This topic brings you more clear information about the Freemasons history and Freemasons’ roles to the America and the world. This series is excellent for Masons and non-Masons alike. Because it gives a practical and investigative study of all 3 degrees and the ties to the Knights Templar order that was suppressed at the end of the Crusades. For non-Masons, it is a thorough examination of the Masonic brotherhood, with a complete and comprehensive explanation of the ritual and symbolism of the degrees of the brotherhood. The whole content sourced from a video a member of this organization sent me. Let’s share this information to let people have a true understanding about Freemasonry, the Secret History & Freemasons Rituals. And now, let’s start!

Secret Freemasons History & Rituals
Secret Freemasons History and Freemasons Rituals

Part 1 – Secret History of Freemasonry and Freemason rituals

It is America’s most private organization with mysterious meetings held behind closed doors and the membership that includes the most powerful men in America and the world. But behind this elite Brotherhood, our secrets, secrets so outrageous, your agenda balls down to, we want to rule the world. Let’s create a whole new world order so controversial when people are interested in occult connections that’s always funny how they overlooked and those that are right in front of our face so dangerous that the members will defend it with their lives. If you’re worshiping Lucifer, you better damn well keep that a secret.

There are those who believe in the existence of a book. A book that contains the most highly guarded secrets of the United States of America. a book whose very existence is known to only a select few, but if such a book exists, what would it contain, secret conspiracies, secret plans, secret lies, does there really exist, America’s Book of Secrets?

Can France, November 3rd 2011. President Barack Obama and other world leaders arrived at the sixth meeting of the world’s 20 major economies known as the G20. At recent summits in London, Toronto and France, thousands engage in violent protests, but Why, what are they so afraid of. Officially, the members of the G20 meet to discuss plan and monitor International Economic Cooperation. But is there another more secret reason among the protesters? Are those who believe the group’s real intention is to form a single global economically based government, otherwise known as the New World Order. An order directly connected to something even more secret, Freemasonry, the masonic system is just one vain of that overall system and their tentacle stretch into every town every city of this planet.

For centuries, the Freemasons have been believed to be the architects behind the world’s greatest international conspiracies. Members include industry titans, visionaries, world leaders and presidents of the United States. Freemasonry in the 20th century is sort of a who’s who of Industry politics government, go into any Industry, any branch of government and you find prominent Freemasons. So Freemasonry is almost like a gallery of American development in the 20th century. Today there are an estimated 6 million Freemasons worldwide and there are those who suggest the Freemasons are perhaps the most powerfully rooted in the United States of America. 14 of 44 US presidents have been Freemasons including seven in the 20th century alone, they include William, McKinley, Warren Harding, Howard Taft, Theodore Roosevelt, Franklin Roosevelt, Harry Truman, and most recently Gerald Ford. But who are the Freemasons and where did they come from?

The origins of Freemasonry are in many respects shrouded in mystery, it’s probably the only organization in modern life for which that’s really true.

Freemasonry is the world’s largest oldest and best-known gentlemen’s fraternity mythologically. It started during the building of King Solomon’s Temple and maybe even before that. This is very important because this is where you see the roots, the real roots of modern Freemasonry. The Egyptians were great builders, stone builders. And obviously their two greatest achievements in stone building were pyramids and obelisks. It is no coincidence that pyramids and obelisks are used as symbols in the rituals of Freemasonry. Freemason meaning free Builder, here we’re not talking anymore only about building structures, physical structures, we’re talking about building your own inner temple. So the building concept is very important and that is why there is strong association with ancient Egypt. The clearest and plainest origin point for masonry can be found within the Reformation in the 1600s, a cluster of academics, merchants, intellectuals, politicians, clergy wanted to get together and discuss civics and religion and social issues and science.

In an atmosphere that was entirely outside the control or the monitoring of the church or the aristocracy and to do this could be dangerous. People who stepped outside the accepted order of things even late into the enlightenment-era could be persecuted imprisoned and in some extreme cases could still be executed. But while the origins of this secret society may forever remain a mystery, the influences of modern Freemasonry began to emerge in the American colonies in the mid 18th century. Masonry travelled to America on British troop ships, you start to find the first publicly proclaimed free Masonic lodges in the second decade of the 1700s. Is that by that point it’s an influential organization, it is important to keep in mind the 18th century was really the Age of Enlightenment. Obviously Freemasonry played a very important role in promoting the propagating ideals and principles of that age and the founding fathers of the United States were disciples of that age. Freemasons are encouraged to study seven liberal arts and sciences, three of them, grammar, rhetoric and logic, are designed to help the freemason develop a way of thinking that is based on reason logic and developed communication tools. The foundation that Freemasonry is built upon is expressed in two symbolic tools, the square and compass. The original universal symbol of Freemasonry is the square and compasses. The compasses is the main tool of the individual, you draw a circle using the compass around you. And if you go beyond the perimeter, you don’t lose control.

Now because if the compass, the circle can be larger and how do you enlarge, by seeking knowledge and light. The square is considered a symbol of wisdom and G stands for the grand architect of the universe. The idea is to produce free-thinking people. This is the best way to fight any form of tyranny over the mind of man.

By the mid 1700s, Freemasons and the American colonies were regularly meeting in secret, assembling in woodland cabins country barns upper rooms above taverns. Anywhere they felt their secrets were kept safe from the untrustworthy public. If a man can’t be trusted to keep something as minor as a handshake or a password as a secret then his word really can’t be taken as a man or as a gentleman. Has been Franklin said if we don’t hang together, we will most assuredly hang separately. So secrecy was important to bind these, these founding brothers not just fathers, they were founding brothers and secrecy bear them together. But just what was it that was being discussed inside the Freemasons meeting places where their lodges really functioning as incubators for diabolical plans.

oston December 16 1773, relations between the colonies and their British rulers have reached a breaking point, the Sons of Liberty, a group dedicated to protecting the rights of colonists against English oppression convened at the Green Dragon tavern and ignited the most infamous act of rebellion in history. Ground zero for the revolution was in Boston at the Green Dragon tavern. And in the 1760s, it was actually bought by St. Andrews Lodge, so the tavern was actually owned by the lodge. Paul Revere happened to be the master of his Lodge in Boston which meant in the Green Dragon tavern. By simple coincidence that’s where the Sons of Liberty also met interesting. the Boston Tea Party was planned at the Green Dragon tavern with lots of men who were members of St. Andrews Lodge. St. Andrews Lodge was supposed to meet and as a matter of fact in their minutes, it actually says meeting called due to lack of quorum, because they were out dumping tea into the ocean. Could the taxation protest known as the Boston Tea Party have been a step towards a larger agenda? And were the colonial Freemasons really planting the seeds for what would eventually become known as the new world order.

Masonry was a fundamental part of the American Revolution and that is because some of America’s most influential founders including Benjamin Franklin and George Washington were Freemasons. Freemasonry was very important to George Washington, it was a network that he developed within his command and he encouraged his generals to become freemasons, he thought it made them more trustworthy. 33 out of Washington 74 generals were freemasons, that’s 46 percent, that’s not accidental. there were nine out of 56 signers of the Declaration of Independence who were Freemasons.

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