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Old 05-15-2010, 08:05 AM
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Default Re: Are the Masons evil?

Originally Posted by BlueAngel View Post
WW3 - Morals and Dogma by Albert Pike


After Mazzini's death on March 11, 1872, Pike appointed Adriano Lemmi (1822-1896, 33rd degree Mason), a banker from Florence, Italy, to run their subversive activities in Europe. Lemmi was a supporter of patriot and revolutionary Giuseppe Garibaldi, and may have been active in the Luciferian Society founded by Pike. Lemmi, in turn, was succeeded by Lenin and Trotsky, then by Stalin. The revolutionary activities of all these men were financed by British, French, German, and American international bankers; all of them dominated by the House of Rothschild.

Between 1859 and 1871, Pike worked out a military blueprint for three world wars and various revolutions throughout the world which he considered would forward the conspiracy to its final stage in the 20th Century.
Sorry to butt in here BlueAngel but are you suggesting that Lenin was a Freemason?

I heard he was not and attempted to remove the Masons from Revolutionary Russia. Lenin described Freemasonry as a middle-class confidence trick.

I distrust any organisation (as everyone else should as well) that cannot openly state its aims and beliefs in public.

The best the Masons can ever say is.......oh its a charity.........or oh its a fraternity, brotherly love etc, etc.......

Well if that is all it is then why all the oaths of secrecy, the degrees and the ritual?
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