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It's not demonic - I swear!

It’s not demonic – I swear!

A Few Words About Freemasonry

To understand with any depth the symbols and beliefs of Freemasonry would require an exhaustive study, and that is not suitable for our purposes here. For now, I will stick with a few main conclusions I’ve come to about this brotherhood organization that will prove revealing in our ongoing investigation into the so-called Sons of Cain.

One caveat – when discussing Masonry, I have to specify that there are many Masons that are not even aware themselves of what I will be discussing here. They are in the dark and are not specifically part of this group I’m focusing on. Masonry is very much a hierarchical organization – I’m only referring here to beliefs known and held by those at the higher levels.

First, we have to directly address who it is the Freemasons worship. There are many claims out there that Freemasonry is not a religion at all, or, if it is, they believe in the God of the Bible. That’s deceptive hogwash. Maybe lower ranking Masons believe those lies, but I for one do not. Why? Because it doesn’t even require much digging to discern the truth of the matter, and the answer to this question lies within the pages of the book that is essentially required reading in Masonry – Morals and Dogma by Albert Pike.

Let’s ease into this a bit… take our time and savor it:

“We know that the Egyptians worshipped the Sun, under the name of Osiris.” -pg . 406

That’s interesting, because from the last post of this series we learned that Osiris was another name for Nimrod. Nimrod had many names, as did his wife and child. When this family became deified, the story stayed consistent, but the names changed with geography as their counterfeit religion spread far and wide, essentially becoming global. Again, for a thorough breakdown on this, check out the superlative work of Peter Goodgame.

Then there’s this from Pike:

Hello Lucife... I mean, Thor

Hello Lucife… I mean, Thor

The Goths had three festivals; the most magnificent do so of which commenced at the winter solstice, and was celebrated in honor of Thor, the Prince of the Power of the Air.

Thor was the Sun, the Egyptian Osiris and Kneph, the Phoenician Bel or Baal. – pg. 368

Thor is the “Prince and Power of the Air”? Really, Pike? Because, the only other book I’ve seen that phrase in was the Bible, and the character it was referring to was most definitely not Thor. I guess our illustrious Mr. Pike is telling us that they are one and the same.

So again, Thor is Osiris is Bel is Baal is Nimrod. Among others. And ALL of them are the SUN. Sun worship is a key trait of this bloodline throughout time, and a key trait of Sun worship throughout time is the practice of blood sacrifice, human and animal. If you think you can understand this group by using yourself as a standard of comparison (unless you’re a part of this group), then think again. You can’t compare a Son of Adam to a Son of Cain anymore than you can compare a normal individual to a psychopath. I’m not exaggerating. I’m being dead serious. You could even say I’m being “on the level,” a phrase coined by the Masons. That just might be their only contribution to the world that’s worth a pinch of dirt. Hey, wait a minute… is that a masonry hammer Thor is wielding there? I think it just might be – what a coincidence!

And finally, for those out there that just have to have it spelled out in plain language, Mr. Pike was nice enough to comply:

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 may step onward and upward, he must prove his ability to properly apply this energy. – Lost Keys of Freemasonry, pg. 48

The god of Freemasonry is Lucifer. Period. And to drive that nail home so it will stick, consider how many levels or “degrees” are in Freemasonry. 33. Why is that significant? Because 33 is a perfect third of a whole. Divide 100 by 3 and you will get 33.33333(etc.). When Lucifer rebelled against God and was cast down, he took a “third” of the heavenly host with him. Some of those descended to earth and sired the Nephilim. They became the fathers of this bloodline. Their sons honor them in remembrance with this number.

Hiram Abiff – Masonic Hero and True Son of Cain

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAWho this man was exactly is a bit of a mystery, and made more mysterious in that Masonic leaders admit that his story told to initiates within the Order is not based on fact, per se, but is embellished for effect. In other words, more allegory than history. His role was as an expert Mason and architect hired to help King Solomon build the Temple of Jerusalem.

The Masonic account:

The Order maintains that he was the chief architect at the construction of the Temple and associates him with Hiram, King of Tyre, and Solomon, King of Israel, on a footing of Masonic equality. It suggests that these three were the most exalted personages in the Masonic world and that the secrets of a Master Mason had either descended to them, or been invented by them, and could not be communicated to anyone else without the consent of all three. There were Master Masons in abundance at the Temple, but apparently none of them had been admitted to a knowledge of the secrets and mysteries of the High and Sublime Degree. Consequently, when certain curious Fellow-Crafts sought to obtain the hidden knowledge they were compelled to approach one or another of the three grand masters. They selected Hiram and when he refused their request they murdered him in the manner described in Masonic ritual. –http://freemasonrywatch.org 

Masons refer to Hiram also as the “son of a widow,” a definite echo of Cain.

King Solomon

King Solomon

The Bible records no Hiram Abiff, but it’s likely that Abiff was based upon the man sent to Solomon from the King of Tyre upon request. Solomon needed someone skilled in the working of metals in order to complete the Temple. The King of Tyre sent a man named Huram:

And now I have sent a cunning man, endued with understanding, of Huram my father’s, the son of a woman of the daughters of Dan, and his father was a man of Tyre, skillful to work in gold, and in silver, in    brass, in iron, in stone, and in timber, in purple, in blue. and in fine linen, and in crimson; also to grave any manner of graving, and to find out every device which shall be put to him, with thy cunning men, and with the cunning men of my lord David thy father. – 2 Chronicles 13 & 14

This man was crucial to completing the vast bronze castings of the Temple, including the twin pillars at the front (Jachim and Boaz), and the sea with 12 cast oxen to support it (referred to in Freemasonry as the “Molten Sea”). According to the Bible, this man was not murdered during construction of the Temple:

And Huram finished the work that he was to make for king Solomon for the house of God.” – 2 Chronicles 4:11

Most Masonic leaders admit that Hiram’s tale is allegory, and is based upon the death and resurrection of Osiris. That’s not really a surprise, as the symbolism of Freemasonry is largely Egyptian. After Hiram’s murder, according to Masonic legend, he was raised by a “grip” from King Solomon back to life, and this is how the ritual is enacted within the Lodge. Be that as it may, I would like to turn again to Max Heindel’s interpretations of Freemasonry because they will reveal the rebellious spirit of Lucifer and Cain in this myth about Hiram. All quotes from Max come from this article.

He [Hiram Abiff] possessed the concentrated quintessence of the material knowledge gained by the Sons Of Cain, while they wrought from the wilderness of the world a concrete civilization [concrete is right – just look at the world today].

The inherent, rebellious nature of the Sons of Cain is seen clearly in Hiram Abiff of Masonic legend. He was unsatisfied with the completion of the structure of the Temple, because “the design had not been his own,” but had been given by Jehovah to Solomon.  “…he [Abiff] had been merely the tool of an unseen architect, Jehovah, working through an intermediary, Solomon. This rankled in his heart, for it was as necessary for him to originate as to breathe.” Now we’re getting somewhere.

“Hiram,… invested with the Spirit of Samael… was consumed by an overpowering urge to add something to the Temple that would eclipse the rest of the structure in beauty and importance.”

In other words, he wished to eclipse God himself. Nimrod part deux, anyone? Is this type of attitude starting to ring familiar yet? It should – it’s classic Sons of Cain, Sons of Lucifer, Sons of Baal… there are just too many names for these guys.

brazen_sea_templeNow for the clincher: “This work [the Molten Sea] was to be his Masterpiece, and if he succeeded, his art would have lifted him above the human, and made him divine like the Elohim Jehovah.”

And we’re back again full circle – he wanted to reach his apotheosis, just like Nimrod before him, and George Washington after him. They all want to be gods.  This is the original lie told to Eve by the serpent. This is the kind of thought process that leads these Sons of Cain to so highly esteem works (their own), and why their main brotherhood is called Masonry – in honor of their own skills and achievements in building, but more so in honor of the original ancient “builders,” the Nephilim.


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