By Patrick Vaillancourt | knownliars.com
Feb. 23, 2013 (Updated Aug. 12, 2021)
Who are the Freemasons?
The Freemasons are a secret society that is found in practically every town and city across the world. They study the Egyptian God Osiris, the Canaanite God Baal, along with Jehovah, Hermes, Thoth, and more. They do so from the point-of-view of Hermeticism.
Freemasons are a Secret Society
Freemasons recruit men who they believe will serve the society well and without betrayal. Overall, the society expects secrecy first and foremost. Each member helps the other member out in many different ways. For example, if a member is indicted for a crime, another member may serve as character witness in court. If one member is a high-level public servant, they may work behind the scenes to help get the charges dropped, or reduced. An example of this is included in the movie Occult Force. It is a French film that was produced in 1943. The people involved in its production ended-up wishing they hadn’t produced it. Apparently, very bad things happened to those who produced it. Disclaimer: apparently, there are some descriptions of antisemitism in it. I don’t agree with antisemitism and I am not one. I only know of the cliff’s notes version. It is on my list to view the movie in its entirety. If you can watch Shakespear’s Merchant of Venice, then you can watch this without being an anti-Semite, and take what you will from it.
Freemasons Worship Baal and other Biblical False Gods
Freemasons worship JAHBULON which is a amalgam for three Gods. The three Gods are Jahova, Baal, and Osiris. I’m not going to cover why worshiping all three as one is not a good thing from a biblical perspective. However, I will focus on Baal which is spelled a number of different ways. Baal, aka Baalim, is considered a false God according to the Bible. In the King James Bible, Book of Judges Chapter 2, Verse 11 it says, ” And the children of Israel did evil in the sight of the LORD, and served Baalim:”
Master Mason/Grand Historian of the Masonic Lodge of British Columbia, Trevor McKeown, says that there is no suggestion anywhere that JAHBULON is the name of a God. He goes on to say it is an amalgam of three words which, in ancient languages, was a word for God. See for yourself by going to the documentary Riddles in Stone. I recommend starting here for context, but McKweon speaks to this point in the documentary starting here. McKeown carefully admits that the word JAHBULON is really a amalgam of three Gods. His wording appears to deny that they are worshiping any of these Gods by first saying that JAHBULON is not a God, which is technically correct. They took three Gods and wrapped them up into one word. This is similar to how the Federal Reserve claims to be part of the government but independent.
Secret Societies Including the Freemasons have Controlled the World Throughout History
Another secret society that was supposedly disbanded was the Bavarian Illuminati. This is also discussed in Riddles in Stone beginning here. According to S. Brent Morris, Masonic Historian, 33rd Degree Mason, the Illuminati was created as an inner circle of Freemasons. He says later in this same documentary that they only lasted ten years. Trevor McKeown also admits that it existed, and goes on to say that it had three ideals, separation of church and state, controls on the powers of the state, and the emancipation of woman. These are good things, but my point here is that the Illuminati did once exist according to these two high-level masons. There is also very strong evidence that the Illuminati still exists. For one thing, it is common knowledge that our government was designed to include separation of church and state. This concept is pushed to an extreme nowadays to the point that God has been removed within the pledge of allegiance in some cases. Another thing that has occurred is that an amendment to the U.S. Constitution was passed in clarifying woman’s suffrage in 1919. This happened 133 years after the Illuminati supposedly ceased to exist. There is a big problem with the idea that the Illuminati ceased to exist in 1786 though. George Washington, also a Freemason, wrote, twelve years later on October 24, 1798, the following, “It was not my intention to doubt that, the Doctrines of the Illuminati, and principles of Jacobinism had not spread in the United States. On the contrary, no one is more truly satisfied of this fact than I am.” He wrote this in response to a book sent to him by G.W. Schneider entitled, “Proofs Of A Conspiracy Against All The Religions And Governments.” It is also shown here in Riddles in Stone. Riddles in Stone is the second of three excellent documentaries regarding secret societies and their occult practices. I recommend watching all three.