A clue would be Gavrilo Princip, and the transcript of the Trial of the conspirators of the assassination of Archduke Ferdinand.
The Rare book of the Trial for British readers can be found by going to your local library, to say that you want a book held by the British Library and you need it borrowed to your local library so you can read it, it will take several months.
This isn't a book by a conspiracy nut but a honest appraisal of the trial notes!
It is called THE SARAJEVO TRIAL by W.A. Dolph Owings.
Page 34 is on download, please click on image again when it comes up to make bigger and clearer.
Freemasons are mentioned throughout the Trial, and as i have this rare book will happily download other pages in future where freemasons re mentioned.
Although I agree that KSigMason and Octavist's knowledge of the upper echelons of Freemasonry is possibly limited, on the contrary I still think that they know a lot more about the subject than we do.
And possibly a lot more than they are prepared to let on..............
Their knowledge is limited, but they know a whole lot more than they are prepared to let on.
In that case, please, continue on, Gale because I'm certain that at some point you'll extract information from them that sends the internet blazing with thier confessions about Freemasonry all posted right here on CC.
The Master of the Black Hand was Dragutin Dimitrijevic, quote from first sentences of link" Also known as The Bee, Colonel Apis, No.6 or Most commonly, APIS", when you get to link please click on APIS, to show this is just another name for OSIRIS in Egyptian mythology!
The Book The Sarajevo Trial by W.A. Dolph Owing is used as a noted accurate account by historians the world over for research, another link to pages to this book can be found on the link below, when link shows image please click on image again to make larger:-
All masons like symbolism, this may be aligning a special day to the Sun with the Egyptian God stars, or in this case with the Black Hand Society they chose a very special day in Serbian history to assassinate Archduke Ferdinand, which started World War One, that was a deliberate use of St. Vitus Day.