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> Yeah, if it Wasn't for the Masons

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Posted: May 14 2004, 09:16 AM
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Yeah, if it Wasn't for the Masons... ...You'd All Be Speaking English Right Now! ©1996 by Jonathan Vankin and John Whalen

The early American territories were a refuge for groups with unorthodox ideas about things. So it comes as not unexpected that Freemasonry would find an outlet for its ideals in the Great Experiment of governance, the American republic. The origin of American Freemasonry like the beginning of the "craft" itself is a historical mystery. Records exist of individual Freemasons emigrating to North America and of a ship christened "Freemason." But the first documentation of Freemasonry's organized existence in America was a December 8, 1730 article by Benjamin Franklin in his Pennsylvania Gazette newspaper. Franklin must have stumbled on to something while digging for the story. Two months later he joined the Brotherhood himself.

Franklin's Masonry later helped him, first, attempt to avoid a war by appealing to his highly placed British brethren and then, that failing, spy for the colonies through covert Masonic networks. Michael Baigent and Richard Leigh, who surely rank among the world's foremost popularizers of esoterica, have also popularized the history of Freemasonic involvement in the American Revolutionary war. "One of the key questions about the American War for Independence is how and why Britain contrived to lose it," the two authors assert. "By actively choosing not to win it, she lost it more or less by default."

The short answer according to B is that Freemasons led both sides and were not especially inclined to fight one another. On a grander, more conspiratorial scale, the colonies were "a blank slate, a species of laboratory in which social experiment was possible and the principles enshrined by Freemasonry could be applied in practice." The commingling of British Freemasonry with its counterpart in North America began in earnest after the French and Indian War. An egalitarian brand of Freemasonry spread through the rank and file of Lord Jeffrey Amherst's army which at the time included many colonists as troops. It was not uncommon for low level officers to hold Masonic authority over their military superiors and Freemasonry "spilled over from the British army to the fledgling lodges already established in the colonies." Colonial military men and political figures joined up. The most famous were George Washington, Benjamin Franklin and John Hancock. Benedict Arnold, who later sold out the colonists' cause, also became a Mason.

The attraction, say Baigent and Leigh, was not only the sense of belonging and career opportunity provided by this quasi-religion but its "ambiance, a mentality, a hierarchy of attitudes" which made Freemasonry "a repository for an imaginatively stirring and potent idealism." Namely, the rationalist humanism of John Locke, Voltaire, David Hume and other freethinking philosophers who often took their own inspiration from Masonic principles. Though their writings went way over the head of the average farmer, merchant or footsoldier, the enlightened meditations of these New Age thinkers found their most popular outlet in Freemasonic lodges. Rather than encasing these lofty concepts in the form of sometimes turgidly structured logical arguments, as the philosophers did, Masonry presented them in their most basic, emotionally fulfilling form, appealing directly to the common man's longing for liberty, equality and fraternity.

B follow with a lengthy analysis of how various "decisive" battles of the American Revolution were, in effect, tanked by the British army through the willful ineffectuality of its commanders -- and how in response to secret Masonic distress signals, soldiers on each side frequently offered aid and comfort to their ostensible enemies. In at least a couple of incidents, the colonial army seized certain spoils of war from their enemy and then returned them. This happened at least once on personal orders from George Washington. Why? Because those spoils were Masonic paraphernalia. Baigent and Leigh present one of the most conservative explications of Masonic involvement in the founding of the United States.

One example of their reserve: they state flatly that John and Sam Adams were not Masons where numerous other writers announce with equal certainty that they were. And while esotericist Michael Howard, for instance, claims that of the 56 signatories to the Declaration of independence "only six were not members of the Masonic Order." Baigent and Leigh have that number almost inverted. "Only nine can be identified as Freemasons," they write, "while 10 others may possibly have been." The lesson seems to be that while Freemasonic aspects of the American Revolution are sometimes exaggerated, they should not be overlooked. The federalist design of the American government would never have been attempted without some precedent -- the revolutionaries were not about to throw away their hard-fought victory on a method of governance with no proven stability. But where in the world had such concepts as separating the chief executive's office from the officeholder and using regular, orderly elections to elect that executive ever been practiced?

The system was lifted from Masonic lodges. The way the constitution united the states in a federal structure, according to one Masonic writer quoted by Baigent and Leigh "is identical to the federalist system of Masonic government." Such men as Washington, Franklin and Edmund Randolph guided the creation of the constitution, working with sympathetic non-Masons like Adams and Thomas Jefferson (who like Adams is often alleged to have been a Mason after all).

The republic they created, say Baigent and Leigh, "conformed to their ideal image, and that image reflected the ideals of Freemasonry." MAJOR SOURCES: Baigent, Michael and Richard Leigh. The Temple and the Lodge. London: Corgi Books, 1990. Howard, Michael. The Occult Conspiracy. Rochester, VT: Destiny Books, 1989.

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Hey WOWBOBWOW, thanks for the post, I had to read it twice to let it soak in.

Washington Monument is one of their symbols, a phallic symbol, which goes back thousands of years.

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"The origin of American Freemasonry like the beginning of the "craft" itself is a historical mystery."

Some people may want to look to the Thugee or Phansigars of India for a clue as to the beginnings of the craft! I will be posting more information on the "Holocaust" thread that I started in this section.

The word Thugee was derived from the Sanskrit word for deception. Another name that they went by was Phansigars, derived from the word "stranglers". They were the worlds original Assassins, killing in the name of the Goddess Kali.

"The thugs would penetrate a group disguised as travelers. They gained the confidence of the other travelers. Amongst themselves, the Thugs communicated in a very elaborately coded lexicon. Finally, when they had gained the confidence of their intended target, one of them lured him away some distance away from where the group was camped."

This is fascinating because they have a link with the Sacred Knot and the some of the freemason initiations are obsessed with knots and nooses.

"If they have a bad omen, or no omen at all, some other Thug must put the traveller to death, and the aspirant must wait a more favourable opportunity, purifying himself in the mean time by prayer and humiliation for the favour of the goddess. If the good omen has been obtained, they return to their quarters; and the Gooroo takes a handkerchief and, turning his face to the west, ties a knot at one end of it, inserting a rupee, or other piece of silver. This knot is called the goor khat, or holy knot, and no man who has not been properly ordained is allowed to tie it. The aspirant receives it reverently in his right hand from his Gooroo, and stands over the sleeping victim, with a Shumseea, or holder of hands, at his side. The traveller is aroused, the handkerchief is passed around his neck, and, at a signal from the Gooroo, is drawn tight till the victim is strangled; the Shumseea holding his hands to prevent his making any resistance."

Note that they have a Gooroo as well guiding them.

The "knot" has greater significance in their creation stories. This is all at this article:

The extract that explains this says:

"The perspiration rolled down her arms in large drops, and she was compelled to think of some other mode of exterminating them. In this emergency, she created two men out of the perspiration of her body, to whom she confided the holy task of delivering the earth from the monsters. To each of the men she gave a handkerchief, and showed them how to kill without shedding blood. From her they learned to tie the fatal noose; and they became, under her tuition, such expert stranglers, that, in a very short space of time, the race of demons became extinct."

The "knot" has become an important part of many Western secret societies. Is this a coincidence?

Even the pentagram is surrounded by the "endless knot" and the knot symbology permeates many of the Eastern mystery religions.

An important part of the art of the assassins is the noose that is made up from knots. This too is important to the Thugees or Phansigars.

Why would someone be blindfolded with a handkerchief tied into a knot and with a noose around his neck to become a stone mason? Perhaps the art of the Mason is not truly what they say. The occupation sure does look more like that of Assassin, using the traditional rope/handkerchief and noose!

Also the hashishin, or the Ishmaeli Shia Muslim are also obsessed with the noose. They called it a "hempen collar". And their profession was as Assasins, that being where the name was derived from.

Interesting indeed.

Another interesting article about the Thugee and the efforts of an English officer, Sleeman, to deal with them. Much of what we know about the Thugee came via Sleeman.

It´s a good read but a couple of things in particular caught my attention:

1) "The Thugs had developed a secret language, which they called Ramasee, enabling them to converse amongst themselves and discuss their plans even in the presence of outsiders."

Interesting that this was called Ramasee, interesting also that an Egyptian Pharaoh had the name of Rama - an Indian God, in his name, thus the possibility of the Aryan links.

2) "Early in the next century, a leading Thug named Nizam-ud-din assisted in the repulsion of invaders in Delhi. Evidently by this time Thugee was already a powerful, pervasive organization"

Now, I did a search on Nizam-ud-din and discovered that there are shrines to him as a Hindu saint. But the most fascinating were sites linking him to being a Muslim Sufi!!

That squares with some of what Sleeman was finding about the Muslim infiltration of the Thugee. There is an interesting interview transcript of Sleeman with a Thugee and it is fascinating to see how despite their total contradiction with Muslim teachings, they could still see themselves as Muslim.

Of course, the Muslim Sufi had links with the Cathar movement in Spain and thus the chains join up to the later Freemason movements.

3) "Once a group of Thugs had insinuated itself into a company of merchants, religious pilgrims, or even police officials, they would often travel with them for days, earning trust and friendship. Should their intended victims become suspicious of their intentions, and refuse to travel with them, the Thugs often had backup groups who would conveniently meet the company of travelers further on. One way or the other, once an individual had been marked for murder, seldom did he escape the murderous hands of the Thugs."

This indicates how expert they were in the art of infiltration. Earning trust and friendship even as they planned murder.

4) "Comments George Bruce, a modern authority on Thugee: "It is tempting to wonder to what extent the Thug secret societies were dependent on a central banking source for their working funds. Then, as now, bankers worked in concert. It is possible therefore that Dhunraj Seth sought to get a bigger share of Thug profits.""

Links with banking indeed. Very very intriguing since you see the same links between the secret societies and banking world, through the Knights Templar and right up to today. Isn't it banking that is supposed to link to the Zionist conspiracy? Perhaps others are using the banking system and the Jews are convenient scapegoats?

Hmmmmm. Plenty to think about there for those who want to know about the forces that really guide our planet.

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