The Light the Masons Seek

A Truth Inc. Joint

By Michael Marchione & Michael Provost

Should government be run in secret? History tells the bloody tale of those authoritarian regimes, — such as communist Russia, National Socialist Germany, and the Chi-Comms, — that kept their true agenda close to the vest, their people propagandized by state run media and terrorized by secret state police, and that turned Utopian words into benefits for the few and death for the multitude.  The Communists suckered their populations as well as their own people — who are viewed as cattle by those who would be their master — into the penned-in pasture of foolhardy dependency.  Once the “masses” were good and fat, many were sent off to the slaughter.

For what’s it’s worth, President John F. Kennedy said that “the very word secrecy is repugnant in an open and free society.”  But long before his time, and since, there is a branch in America, diverted off the tree of life that seeks out ‘illumined’ men, the so-called reformers of our age, to sprout from their appendage their initiates who would become our governors.  This hanging branch is secret, demands the utmost allegiance, and swings violently in the winds of manipulation and deception.  There are many titles, and names of import who have belonged throughout history, but if the center holds true, then, here, the highlighting of Free-Masonry will do.

 All sorts of Government officials, from colonial times to the modern world have acknowledged, implicitly or explicitly, their reverence toward and appreciation for this central secret society for their elevation in their respective political, — if not morally respected — careers.  Now it would seem probable under this pretense that the real American Government has been being run to a secret destiny for some time.  The body of the people pay for what is rolling down the hill of the capitol.  So we may choose to have a secret government, but it will likely be paid for with our own blood.

 It does not seem to go without speaking that we should participate in the processes of liberty, and venture to question those ‘elite’ who are selected to be elected, “Who do you serve?”  Not that we would get a straight reply.  But on to the oft-denied and much decried dogma of the Freemasons, who may or may not own each of the seats of government in the United States.

 The average Mason affirms that he is “seeking the Light.”  But what is this light?  Nineteenth century Free-Masonry Grand Wizard Albert Pike, whose official titles included Sovereign Pontiff of Universal Free-Masonry, sheds some on the subject:

“Lucifer, the Light-bearer! Strange and mysterious name to give to true Spirit of Darkness! Lucifer, the Son of the Morning! Is it he whip bears the light, and with its splendors intolerable, blinds feeble, sensual, or selfish souls? Doubt it not!”

–Morals and Dogma of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry, p.321

 The progeny of the Pikes of the world, Manly P. Hall, on page 48 of “Keys of Freemasonry,” gives his 33rd degree :

“When a Mason learns that the Key is the proper application of the dynamo of living power, the seething energies of Lucifer are in his hands and before he my step onward and upward, he must prove his ability to properly apply this energy.”

 So there they are Lucifer – worshipers, in all probability, some who call Federal shots.  Hall explicitly states that to move onward and up in the society one must embrace and apply this dark energy, or what they call the light.  And it is not some fleeting fancy, it as serious religion to these folks, who give blood oaths to secure their investment in the ends they cook up.

 What of the people?

Pike, from the same “Morals and Dogma,” chapter XVIII, states: “In this age and in all others, all men except a few, in most countries, are born to be mere beasts of burden, co-laborers with the horse and the ox.  Profoundly ignorant, even in ‘civilized’ lands, they think and reason like the animals by the side of which they toil.”

 These teachings are taken seriously, then and now:

“Every Masonic Lodge is a temple of religion; and its teachings are instruction in religion.” –Pike, Morals and Dogma p. 213

 So the object of veneration and affection and the source of Freemasonic power is Lucifer and they practice this worship religiously.

 Are all Freemasons aware of the insidious agenda to promote Luciferian doctrine through all the media and machinery in America that the initiates of this secret society spread through?  No…

“The Blue Degrees are but the outer court or portico of the Temple.  Part of the symbols are displayed there to the initiate, but he is intentionally misled by false interpretations.  It is not intended that he shall understand them; but it is intended that he shall imagine he understands them.  Their true explication is reserved for the Adepts, the Princes of Masonry.” –Pike, Morals and Dogma p.819

 The worst secrets though it seems we keep from ourselves, mostly because we do not know any better, but partly because we do not mean any better.  It is easy to get a free lunch now, but no one is questioning what the ingredients are.  We need to get back to the basics and read the information available to us.  Secrets in government are bloody.  Are we willing to debate?: politely, intelligently, and factually in dialoging about what is fiction and what it is to be free in our country?  People can worship who they please, — we have that liberty and many others given to us by the virtue of our birth, — but if the conservative Christians and the liberal agnostics and whoever else in Congress, the Supreme Court and the White House are coming up through these secret societies, should we know about the Luciferian Doctrine the Freemason dogma teaches?  Should we demand true transparency in government?  We as Americans need to ask more questions, and demand more answers.  Listen to everything, but believe nothing until you have done the research and confirmed it for yourself.

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