a reply to: Sahabi
Innocence of the Templars
...you sure about that? Or has your own society blinded you? I get what you mean that there are exaggerations and all, but they committed crimes and
were beholden to the Pope. The Templars established the modern banking system
that has ruined the
They practiced usury, but no matter, not like the Bible is against that
You said that America was revolting against that Old World Order and yet they did many things the same. They had slaves, women couldn't vote until
recently, old world money still held influence...
If Freemasonry had originally allowed women and minorities, I'd accept what you're selling, but they didn't. A few of them supported (Prince Hall as
you said) but the rest rejected this notion of equality. So it's not like they were some idyllic, progressive group in their time as you're making
While technically the orders weren't anti-Christian, they believed that Jesus was a philosopher rather than a god, and that is against Christian
Although Adam Weishaupt had received his formal education from Jesuit schools and universities, he never joined the Society of
So they say.
Interesting enough a ton of the present US transition team happens to be Catholic and have ties to the Jesuits. And even more crazy, Secretary of
Education Betsy Devos
happens to be the sister of Erik Prince, founder of Blackwater. Ties
the fanciful myth continues to persist, that, the former-Illuminati had fully infiltrated and influenced the Freemasonry of today.
Then why did George Washington
himself believe it?
“It was not my intention to doubt that, the Doctrines of the Iluminati, and principles of Jacobinism had not spread in the United States. On the
contrary, no one is more fully satisfied of this fact than I am."
It has been alleged that the New World Order and One World Government is being spearheaded, not by regular Freemasons, but by "higher-up"
Freemasons. This amateur allegation has not been substantiated, nor has a viable theory been presented to explain who or what these "higher-up
What makes it amateurish? It can't be proven or disproven, but it makes sense. Remember how in The Departed the Mafia infiltrated the police forces
and desired to have men at the very top in control? Why wouldn't powerful secret societies endeavour the same, to put their own spies into the highest
positions of power in their competition? The best way to control an enemy is to lead it.
The only thing we can conclude is that there are several groups vying for power, and I don't trust any of them. Sure many of them had good intentions,
but the worst atrocities are committed with the best intentions, and groups with power, solicited or not, will invariably be corrupted. Like with many
of those we are discussing.
I hope I don't sound contrarian for the sake of it, you made a rare flower in the manure that ATS has become. I encourage you to write more.