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"The battle for the mind of North America will be fought in the video arena - the Videodrome" - Dr. Brian O'Blivion
Originally posted by Dialect
The illuminati and freemasons are in the movie "From Hell" Did you know that Jack The Ripper was a freemason?
“Since the 1970's, Spielberg has directed or produced seven of the top twenty grossing films of all time. Throughout his career we see an obsession with the alien/UFO/space theme. From the 1977 Close Encounters of the Third Kind to ET in 1982, to Deep Impact in 1998. All depict an invasion from outer space. Even the movie Jaws is littered with shooting stars and strange lights in the sky. Spielberg was also executive producer for the July 2002 release Men in Black 2, a movie where a shadow government ‘protects’ the people of the world from an alien threat. In February 1997 a leading light in the British film industry leaked the story that Spielberg and executives of his company DreamWorks had secretly met with senior Pentagon officials in Los Angeles. The officials told Spielberg to ‘stop everything’ and produce a movie whose subject matter involved meteors and/or comets. One year later Deep Impact was in the can. The film describes a comet hurtling towards earth and the fight for who has the privilege of access to an underground bunker. Who were these Pentagon officials and why were they so eager for Bilderberg asset Spielberg to produce a movie about a threat from outer space? Commencing in December 2002, the SciFi Channel will screen Taken, Spielberg's 20-hour mini-series focusing on alien abduction. The cost of this production was a staggering $120 million - making it the most expensive miniseries in television history. You'd think Spielberg would by now have tired of the genre, but his elite controllers are really zealous to implant this alien paradigm in the minds of the public.” -Paul Joseph Watson, “Order Out of Chaos” (171)
While the first part of your list seems mostly correct from the information I have, I've seen no indication that Paul Giamatti, George Clooney, Will Smith or Jay-Z are masons. Sean Connery is not, nor are James Cameron or Walt Disney. More information on those here. I've read that Paul Giamatti is an atheist, and if that's true he couldn't be a Mason. There are enough accurate lists of famous masons that are agreed upon publicly by masons themselves that trying to add more names to such a list without being able to back it up is a foolish endeavor. Masons are proud of the celebrities that ARE Masons, so if some of the more recent names you listed actually WERE, they'd certainly be more publicly acknowledged as such.
Originally posted by freight tomsen
Scores of celebrities were/are Freemasons as well such as Duke Ellington, Count Basie, Nat ‘King’ Cole, Rudyard Kipling, Harry Houdini, Alexander Pope, Goethe, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Sir Walter Scott, Jonathan Swift, Voltaire, Mark Twain, Oscar Wilde, W.C. Fields, Clark Gable, Arthur C. Clarke, Frank Holliday, Humphrey Bogart, Peter Sellers, Red Skelton, Bob Hope, Abbott of Abbott and Costello, John Wayne, Richard Pryor, Roy Rogers, Will Rogers, Don Rickles, the Ringling Brothers (all 7 brothers and their father were masons). Paul Giamatti, Michael Richards, Sean Connery, George Clooney, Will Smith, Jay-Z and literally hundreds more household names in the music/movie industries have all been Freemasons. Since their member lists are not advertised or readily available for all to see, deciphering the extent of celebrity membership is often a game of watching careers, reading symbols and hand signals.
Well, considering that nobody has conclusively identified Jack the Ripper, that would be quite a find indeed!
Originally posted by Jessicathespy
reply to post by ludaChris
A freemason I know in Halifax (Canada) has found records of Jack the Ripper in the Masonic Library in Dartmouth, NS, Can.