This is the reason why the freemasons have been so effective in deluding us with their so-called social ideologies. These lies are dutifully amplified by the megaphones of the mass media, which also attempt Charles T. Tart, professor of psychology at University of California, called this ideological blunting of our intellect 'consensus trance' "Waking Up: Overcoming the Obstacles to Human Potential", Boston, Consensus means general agreement or understanding.
Con- sensus trance thus implies the fact that we have accepted false conception of reality, not through logical processing of facts but through intensive manipulation brainwashing by the global elite. Too many of us have been affected by consensus trance, which thus is a common belief in these myths. The methods of suggestion that the freemasons and others manipulators have used in order to make us believe in their lies without second thought, have success- fully turned most of us into victims of this audacious manipulation.
For this reason, we instinctively shy away from uncomfortable facts, which threaten to demolish the false view of the world the free- masons have created and thereby awaken us from the trance. Many of us have been affected by mental paralysis. But belief is a desire not to know, as the freemason and philo- sopher Friedrich Nietzsche stated. This is why it is important to expose the most dangerous propaganda myths.
The mental anaesthe- tization of the Western World has been a great success. Most people have become victims of the type of blind faith called "political correctness" and prefer to live in their illusory world. The authorities have invented or exploited certain myths, which serve their purposes and work against us. These fantasies apply to history, health, culture, politics and other important subjects. One must have both faith and trust in oneself to find the strength to face the reality that is presented in this book.
Waking up from the trance is a difficult and laborious process. Certain key facts are necessary in order to achieve this, facts which the reader, despite all the lies, can recognize and has a possibility to verify. Here is a classic example from Darwin's journals. The Patagonians a tribal people in South Argentina could not see Darwin's ship, "The Beagle", conceptually or even optically, since no large ships had hitherto been a part of their experience. Only the shaman of the tribe could see the ship.
When the shaman began to describe the ship with the aid of objects known to the Patagonians, the ship became visible to all. They had a consensus reality, which applied to small boats, but lacked a similar conception of large ships. Many of us lack critical judgement concerning our social, political and practical environment, since we blindly trust the myths that masonic sources feed us with through the mass media every day.
Most of us who prefer blindly to trust different political, social and scientific fabrications and deny any suggestion about hidden control behind the scenes, do not want to see that the most important political, economic and social events in the world are not haphazard, but planned by non-democratic groups who hide behind the name "freemasons". The inferior and degrading conditions, which we see everywhere in different countries, did not just happen to turn out that way. If we accept this explanation, we immediately begin to understand everything that is happening and all the pieces of the jigsaw fall into place.
Otherwise we will grope in darkness and understand nothing. The masonic mythomaniacs are enemies of the spiritual freedom of mankind. Several powerful and ruthless masonic lodges consisting of self-appointed elites during the last two centuries have been steering our society towards certain ruin. If we refuse to see this reality, it 15 These powerful lodges are, among other things, working towards creating a superstate in Europe - the European Union - and a world government under their power by means of psychological warfare against us, the non-masons.
These groups undermine the most important dimension in our lives - the spiritual dimension. They have caused the greatest spiritual crisis through the ages. The society the freemasons have formed has lost sight of the true purpose of life. Many people can no longer understand spiritual values. They do not even know what the word 'spiritual' means. The freemasons are ever more intensive in their propagation of unnatural ideas such as globalism new internationalism or mondia- lism, ostensibly for the reason of promoting the spiritual develop- ment of humanity and to build a New World Order.
This is an unparalleled deception. In fact, the freemasons intend to build a New Temple of Solomon for us. Why should we live in a world, which allegorically could be regarded as an Israelite temple, where certain people are chosen to rule and others are their slaves who will be sacrificed like animals? The temple that Solomon had built was a slaughterhouse, where many animals were sacrificed daily to appease the hunger of Yahweh.
The priests were actually butchers who became rich through their gruesome work. In the Soviet Union, masonic terms typical of the communist movement were used constantly. They wanted to "build a new society" and a "better and brighter future" or they wanted to rebuild the old perestroika.
Professor of Literature Jiro Imai at the University of Tokyo in the s wrote in his book "On the World-Wide Secret Society" that "freemasonry is the most dangerous and subversive secret society". International freemasonry complies with all these criteria of a destructive sect, but FRI refuses to criticise freemasonry and instead slanders those who expose political freemasonry.
On 15 April , the association in Stockholm invited Hakan Blomqvist from Norr- koping to give a public lecture. Blomqvist, who is a professional liar, "humanist" and "Nazi-hunter", refused several times during his lecture to answer the question whether freemasonry was a destruc- tive sect or not.
The reader might be able to guess whose interests this man serves. The most dangerous sect of them all - freemasonry - has not detached itself from society, but intervenes in its development in a very negative way. Presumably the freemasons have succeeded in their indoctrination of society, since they are no longer regarded as a serious threat.
The masons are in control of the mass media. Shadows", Stockholm, , p. We boast about free press in the United States. But how free is it really when we receive the same news from all the big media conglomerates and when alternative opinions never reach the majority of Americans? The power to report and describe reality is now in the hands of a few.
And the interest of these few powerful people is in opposition to the interest of the people, the general interest. It makes no difference that these media conglomerates have different names and appearances, since they all share the same values, which is a guarantee that we receive cloned information.
These forces do not care about the interests of the people. Noam Chomsky wrote: "Propaganda works more effectively if one manages to maintain the illusion that the mass media are non-partial observers. Tough debates within invisible boundaries will actually have the effect of strengthening the system. We know that a group, which cannot be controlled, im- mediately begins to manipulate the press and believes that it stands above the law. The freemasons use myths as the base of their power in their war against mankind.
Myths as a Base of Power For centuries the whole of Europe believed in witches. Huge books written by learned men, such as the infamous "Malleus maleficarum " "The Witch Hammer" by Heinrich Institoris and Jakob Sprenger, published in and printed in a further 30 editions until , stigmatised the nefarious practices of witches.
This was reason 18 Would not all of us still believe in witches today, if we had been brought up with horror stories about witches from their earliest childhood and if the mass media reported their heinous crimes day after day? More and more myths have begun to erode recently. They do not stand up to close scrutiny. The children of Israel were never slaves in Egypt. Neither did they roam through the desert of Sinai for forty years nor conquer the land of Canaan by force. After 70 years of exca- vations, the archaeologists have reached a frightening conclusion: it is simply not true," Herzog wrote in the Israeli newspaper Ha'aretz.
Most Israeli archaeologists agree on the fact that the biblical Exo- dus from Egypt does not correspond to historical facts. Experts have also accepted that Joshua did not conquer the town of Jericho in a single battle and that the town walls did not fall at the blast of trumpets. The archaeologist Adam Zertel at the University of Haifa also knows that the wandering in the desert is a myth. According to Herzog, David and Solomon never ruled over a mighty empire, it was just a little tribal kingdom without any power.
Jerusa- lem, which was captured by King David, was just a feudal estate. It is generally believed that the Vandals were uncivilised bar- barians who destroyed everything in their path. This is a deliberate lie. The blond and blue-eyed Vandals were a Nordic people and were no less civilised than any other people. They originated in North Jutland, in southern Scandinavia. The Catholic Church opposed the religious beliefs of the Vandals, called Aryanism, which denied the divine nature of Jesus Christ and interpreted all events in the light of the theory of reincarnation.
Because of this, the Vandals were a threat to the generally accepted myths. In , Byzantium managed to destroy the kingdom of the Vandals with its rich culture and capture their capital city, Carthage. The con- querors killed the aged and children; the men were forced to become soldiers and the women were married to men from other races.
After just one generation, the Vandals and their religion had been erased from the face of the Earth. And history is written by the victors!
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Not long ago, the Swiss believed that the storming of the Habsburg castles occurred after the taking of oaths in Riitli in Exca- vations have shown that the castles were abandoned without a struggle long before, respectively long after The storming of the castles never happened Werner Meyer, " - Die Geschichte ". The British astrophysicist Sir Fred Hoyle reached the conclusion that the universe is governed by a greater intelligence.
In , Hoyle described the conspirator Charles Darwin's theory of evolution as wrong and claimed that the belief that the first living cell was created in the "sea of life" was just as erroneous. In his book "Evo- lution from Space" , he distanced himself completely from Dar- winism. He stated that "natural selection" could not explain evo- lution. Hoyle asked in his book "The Intelligent Universe" : "Life as we know it is, among other things, dependent on at least different enzymes. How could the blind forces of the primal sea manage to put together the correct chemical elements to build enzymes?
That is about the same chance as throwing 50 sixes in a row with a die. Or as Hoyle describes it: "The chance that higher life forms might have emerged in this way is comparable with the chance that a tornado sweeping through a junk-yard might assemble a Boeing from the materials therein I am at a loss to understand biologists' widespread compulsion to deny what seems to me to be obvious. The unique qualities of man conscience, morals and religion do not correspond at all to the evolutionary thesis of "the survival of the fittest". A martyr chooses death rather than forsaking his beliefs.
Hoyle stressed that science must once again accept that there is a greater intelligence in the universe. Sir Fred Hoyle believes that Darwin's evolutionary theory is a damaging myth. He stated: "We must adjust ourselves to this in our scientific research programs. He later emigrated to America. The members gathered once a month at the full moon. The society was a revolutionary masonic organization that supported the overthrow of monarchies and undermining the belief in God Ian T.
An important member of the Lunar Society was Erasmus Darwin He became the grandfather of Charles Robert Darwin and between wrote the book "Zoo-nomia, or the Laws of Organic Life", the conclusion of which was the same as that of "On the Origin of Species", which his grandson wrote in In this way, the freemasons managed to spread misinformation about how we only live one life on Earth and that we are alone in the universe, which created itself out of nothing.
According to huma- nists, all human development ends with physical death. Darwin's "The Origin of the Species" is a fraud. The word "evolution" first appeared in the sixth edition, printed in , the same year the author died. Taylor revealed how the Lunar Society and other masonic organizations have led many intellectuals astray with their manipulations and with the aid of "modern" science. The older Darwin was initiated into St.
David's Lodge No. He later also became a member of Canongate Kilwinning Lodge No. Scientists now admit that the Neanderthals were not our forebears, since the DNA analysis of the mitochondria shows that they belonged to another species altogether. Charles Darwin later developed an ideology, called humanism, which international freemasonry began to utilise as a weapon against people with spiritual beliefs. Charles Darwin was just an errand boy for the masonic elite. With the help of "humanistic" organizations, the freemasons have spread atheism and other false doctrines.
The British quantum physicist Paul Davies, however, postulates in his interesting book "God and the New Physics" that "a ruling universal consciousness utilises the laws of nature for a determined purpose". In his opinion, quantum physics is the surest way to find God today. Paul Davies writes in an article: "The very fact that the universe is in the process of creation and that its laws have allowed complex structures to come into existence and develop into conscious life, is for me a strong testimony that something is happening behind the scenes.
I find it impossible to deny the impression that everything is planned This was revealed by, among others, Daniel Stern, an American pro- fessor of psychiatry in Geneva. Freud's so-called regressive model is not true, Stern claims. If it were true, it would be possible to use it to predict people's problems or to show a connection between early disturbances and problems later in life.
But this has not been successful Svenska Dagbladet, 1 June During the period when Freud was working on his theory of psychoanalysis , he used cocaine daily. Cocaine is a powerful sexual stimulant. He praised the drug and handed it out to friends and acquaintances. He even wrote "songs of praise" in its honour.
Freud introduced cocaine to the Western world. Information about effective political alternatives is concealed from us. The official history is that life was more difficult in the past. But well-functioning political systems have existed, which have not been advertised. Pharaoh Amenophis IV, who ruled between and B. He abolished blood sacrifices and converted to the cult of the Sun by only worshipping one god - Aton.
He took the name Akhenaton He who is useful to Aton. He enjoyed philosophy and detested war. He passed a law in which he declared that religion stood for goodness and love. He stressed: "The name of our god is Aton, who is the Sun, the great giver of life. Let all people be equal in life as in death. He divided up the land of the priests among farmers and slaves. He made it illegal to become rich without wor- king. He took all the gold from the temples and gave it to the poor. He regarded poverty as a sign of inefficiency.
He released all slaves and personally lived in a modest and frugal way. He made it illegal to slaughter animals by means that led to unnecessary suffering. The pharaoh stopped all wars and released a large part of the army. Syria, which had become infamous for bringing prostitution and other sins into Egypt, was the first colony to receive independence.
Akhenaton was the victim of a conspiracy. His own doctor poi- soned him. His last words were: "The eternal kingdom has no place on Earth. Everything returns to its original form. Fear, hatred and injustice rule the world again and the people will slave and suffer again as they did 23 It would have been better if I had never been born than that I should live to see evil triumph over good. Akhenaton's name was erased from all inscriptions and his royal city was levelled to the ground. A system based on spirituality can be very successful. This was proved by the Greek mathematician and philosopher Pythagoras - B.
C , who was from the island of Samos. After his explorative expeditions, he founded the society of Kroton now Crotone , and the esoteric hylozoist Brotherhood the association of Pythagoreans and school in Syracuse on Sicily. He implemented a just law. The Pythagoreans were the spiritual aristocracy. Besides philosophy and geometry, they seek a numerical basis for the universe.
Pythagoras developed an esoteric school of thought, which still exists today. Pythagoras astonished everyone with his great knowledge of magic. His influence on the development of southern Italy during more than 30 years was extensive. The Pythagoreans reformed society by ethical means. Their government was called the 'aristo- cracy' the rule of the best or the most knowledgeable.
A city-state polis was founded at Kroton, which was ruled by aristocrats who were celibate to avoid nepotism. The economy flourished and the cultural life was rich. There was freedom of speech. The central principle was honesty. The women in this system were equal to the men and were permitted to reach high positions in society, as Dio- genes Laertios has related.
In Russia, criminal masonic groups seized power in and foun- ded the opposite of aristocracy - a cacistocracy, the rule of the worst and most ignorant. Pythagoras' most famous disciple, Plato, developed his theory of the ideal republic from experiences in Crotona.
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It has been claimed that this theory was the prototype for communism. This is a typical case of misinformation. It was quite the opposite! Plato called for the rule of the philosophers the wise , not a tyranny of the ignorant. A rich, jealous and amoral potentate called Kylon organized a plot against the freethinking aristocrats in Crotona, which led to the execution of many leading philosophers. Pythagoras was forced to flee. Despite this, the influence of the Pythagoreans became even greater after these events. Later, a more extensive revolt was brought about when many political leaders were killed and many of the schools of the Brother- hood were destroyed including those in Crotona and Syracuse.
The Brotherhood moved from southern Italy to Athens. Information about this golden period of enlightenment has been ignored in modern history. It was Pythagoras, who began to use the term 'philosophy', and called himself a philosopher, or friend of wisdom. Pythagoras also developed an esoteric system called hylozoism.
He claimed that all matter possesses consciousness or a soul. All the worlds are spiritual entities. Even the planets are living beings. The universe is also conscious. Hylozoism in Greek means 'the doctrine of living matter' 'hyle' means matter and 'zoe' life. The spiritual principle seeks to attain more knowledge and less faith. For this reason the Buddhists believe that the greatest sin is ignorance, because it leads to crime.
No great leaps occur during normal evolution. Revolutions are damaging, especially those brought about to arrest development. This is a serious crime against nature. The greatest damage has been caused by all sorts of myths about communism and its executioners. The former Swedish Prime Minister Hjalmar Branting wrote in Folkets Dagblad: "Lenin's great deed will always remain as one of the most meaningful in these troubled times, meaningful in its straightforwardness and its reckless love for the social revolution.
The Germans supposedly murdered several thousand Polish officers in the Katyn forest. This lie has now been exposed. Many treacherous myths are spread in many areas - about the safety of vaccination, that we are biologically identical, that the arti- ficial sweetener aspartame is not dangerous, that vitamin C is dama- ging.
It was a myth that everyone had really believed in, that the Soviet Air Force officer Yuri Gagarin had made a space-flight. Many Western govern- ments were aware of this Soviet bluff but did not want to reveal the truth. It was not intended for the people to know that the Soviet Union was a backward state.
Not one word about the contradictions sur- rounding Gagarin's "journey into space" have been published in Sweden, where the Soviet Union is still regarded with a great deal of respect. Such a revelation would be far too embarrassing. Until , the United States had managed to send up 42 satel- lites, the Soviet Union only The United States also informed the world that Alan Shepard would make a space journey in the space- craft Freedom 7 on 5 May The Soviet Union was forced to do something to save face.
For this reason a Soviet cosmonaut, Vladimir Ilyushin, was sent up into space on 7 April The Americans intercepted several radio communi- cations between him and the space centre in the Soviet Union. Ilyu- shin's landing failed and he was seriously injured. He could not be shown to the public. It was claimed that he had been injured in a car accident.
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Ilyushin was badly injured. He was returned to the Soviet Union a year later. Ilyushin was killed in an engineered car accident in The Soviet Union did not have a spare capsule at that time and in Moscow it was decided to orchestrate a huge bluff, a cosmic lie. Radio Moscow claimed that a Soviet cosmonaut, Yuri Gagarin, had been sent up into space on the morning of 12 April with the space-rocket Vostok. According to the official announcement, he had already landed and was in fine health. The whole world believed this except for the Western intelligence services. They had not managed to register any radio communication between Gagarin and the space centre.
This hoax was sloppily orchestrated. Polish newspapers announced already on the morning of 12 April that a Soviet cosmonaut had been in space. Newspapers in other countries did not report Gagarin's flight until 13 April. In a book written for the West, Soviet propagandists claimed that simple peasants recognized Yuri Gagarin soon after he landed in a field and enthusiastically shouted: "Gagarin, Gagarin! The message from radio and TV was sent out 35 minutes after the alleged journey. Were the peasants psychic? The newspaper Sovetskaya Rossiya claimed that Gagarin was wea- ring a blue flightsuit when he landed.
In his memoirs, Gagarin him- self claimed he was dressed in an orange flightsuit. At his press conference, Gagarin read from notes when he "related" his journey. During the press conference, he made several crucial mistakes. Gagarin stated that weightlessness was no problem. Every- thing seemed just normal. We now know that this is not the case. The cosmonaut German Titov, for example, had difficulties with his balance and had heart problems.
American astronauts experienced similar symptoms. Gagarin then made his most serious mistake, despite the fact that he was constantly assisted by experts, who often spoke about disco- veries in space. He said: "Then I saw South America. At that time it was night in South America, which meant that it could not be seen at all. According to the official reports, Gagarin began his "space journey" at Moscow time. He was supposed to have flown over South America at Moscow time. In Chile, the time would have been , in Brazil He could never have reached South America in 15 minutes.
For other cosmo- nauts it took 45 minutes. Foreign journalists wondered: "When will the photographs that Gagarin took in space be published? It would have been an important propaganda triumph to publish Gagarin's pictures from space. The Soviet Union would never have missed an opportunity like that. Shepard's pictures were cabled out immediately. Parts of his flight were also shown on TV. At the press conference, it was never explained whether Gagarin landed in his capsule or was ejected. If he had used the catapult seat, he would have become several centimetres shorter.
This could easily have been ascertained. All pilots who have catapulted have become somewhat shorter as a result of spinal deformation. When Gagarin wanted to travel in space for real in , he was disposed of, according to Istvin Nemere. His plane exploded on 27 March the same year. The official report concerning this event con- tained many contradictions.
The report was classified during the communist period. It claimed that there was not much left of Gagarin's body after the crash. In that case, how did his flightsuit come to land in the top of a tree? There are far too many questions surrounding Gagarin's space- flight in April A British team of researchers who questions the propaganda surrounding manned journeys to the moon also confirms this information.
When will the truth be admitted officially? The Russian journalist and cosmonaut candidate June Yaroslav Golovanov wrote in his book "Cosmonaut One" that on 10 November , another cosmonaut, Byelokonyev, also died onboard a space-ship in orbit. Several sources reveal that cosmonauts have died in orbit before Gagarin.
The CIA knew about the Gagarin bluff but said nothing. Instead they have come up with more and more ridiculous lies themselves. It is claimed that those astronauts who were freemasons performed magic rituals in space. In the Grand Lodge of Dallas, there is a painting of American astronauts on the moon performing certain secret masonic rituals. According to official information, the Ameri- can astronaut and freemason Edwin Aldrin left the banner of the Knights Templar on the surface of the moon. It was also claimed that two gold rings were left on the moon, the purpose of which has not been clarified.
Information was later "leaked" that the freemasons attempted to contact the demons on the moon with the aid of these gold rings. Kenneth Kleinknecht, a department head at NASA, as well as a high-ranking freemason and a member of the secretariat within the Scottish Rite supposedly issued the orders for these rituals Michael A. The masonic leaders have a very strange perception of reality. The documentary by the famous photographer David S. Percy, "What Happened on the Moon? The film shows in detail how the pictures "from the moon" in conjunction with the first flight on 20 July Apollo 11 were falsified.
Shadows fall in different directions, which suggests artificial lighting which has 29 In pictures taken from different places the astronauts were not in darkness even when they were in the shade, the same background was used and the same hill appeared twice during two different landings. Despite the clear view, no stars were visible in the sky, no crater formed under the lunar landing module where the rocket thrusters had braked, no dust had settled on the landing module and its struts, the flag waved despite the fact that there is no atmosphere on the moon, the sound of engines decibels was missing in the NASA film, in which it was possible to hear the astronauts' voices.
A "moon rock" with a 'G marked on it could be seen as if it was a marked prop. A Coca-Cola bottle was visible on the TV screen perhaps they sell them on the moon? It was technically impossible at that time to perform a lunar lan- ding. Bill Kaysing, a technician at the company who built the Apollo rockets, claimed that the chance of reaching the moon and returning safely was around 0. Upon leaving the moon, no flames were seen coming from the rocket's engine, as if wires had pulled up the rocket. A few months before the alleged trip to the moon, a prototype of the landing module was tested.
Neil Armstrong lost control of the module at a height of 90 metres, but managed to eject himself. How is it that the lunar landing went perfectly? Astronauts cannot travel to the moon because of the radiation in the Van Allen belts, innerbelt is approximately km distant from the Earth and kilometres wide, outer belt is 12 km distant from the Earth. This radiation was discovered with the aid of satellite sensors in Charged particles, protons and electrons, which have been caught in the Earth's magnetic field, move about rapidly in these belts.
These particles have been created within the Earth's atmosphere by cosmic radiation and sun-winds corpuscular radiation. They move simultaneously in three different 30 The most dangerous particles, which contain most energy, have collected in the inner parts of the belts, an area which astronauts absolutely must avoid. If an astronaut passed through these belts, he would become seriously ill or die from the radiation shortly after exposure. The photographs that were taken would likewise have been destroyed. During magnetic sun storms, the radiation increases. On such occasions it can be a thousand times stronger than usual.
The Apollo 16 mission coincided with the most intensive sun storm ever. A two- metre layer of lead would have been necessary to protect the astronauts, according to the physicist Ralph Rene. We are protected by lead when x-rays of our teeth are taken. The space capsule had a thin shell of aluminium. Due to the radiation, the Russians never attempted to send anyone to the moon. Bill Kaysing believed that the astronauts circled the Earth for eight days and that NASA showed fake pictures of the moon in the meantime.
The pictures were taken in the Nevada desert at a secret military base called Area 51, where there is crater-covered ground, which look similar to the moon. If NASA's moon film is shown at double normal speed, the astronauts appear to be running in the Earth's gravitational field. The statistics from the unmanned flights allowed too small a margin for successful flights, whereas the manned flights were nearly exclusively successful. Despite the fact that the electrical system of Apollo 12 was critically damaged by lightning, it successfully mana- ged to "land on the moon" using just the reserve system.
Only a child could believe in such a fairy tale. When a real attempt was made in with Apollo 13, everything went wrong. The question is, what is true and what is bluff? The Apollo hoax cost the American tax-payers 40 billion dollars. We will never know what the 31 One thing is certain - it is no longer possible to trust our autho- rities. They are notorious liars and also quite careless. The freemasons expose us to a palimpsest or codex rescriptus by destroying and concealing the ancient spiritual culture and replacing it with a worthless mass-culture, the goal of which is to strengthen the effect of consensus trance.
During the Middle Ages, expensive vellum was processed for re-use by erasing a part or all of the original text with a pumice stone. Priceless texts from the ancient world were destroyed and replaced by theological drivel. As early as the 18th century, it became possible to expose the original texts with the aid of chemicals. In this way Cicero's great work "De re publica" was re-created. Unfortunately, the Swedish people are particularly susceptible to the practice of the palimpsest syndrome - the poisonous and false ideas of the freemasons.
In Sweden as in the Soviet Union, all opponents of the socialist injustices and brainwashing as well as other ideological dissidents are called racists and Nazis. Politically correct agitators are indoctrinated individuals and should be regarded as political illiterates, since they are totally ignorant of the hidden reality that controls our lives. Goethe wrote: "Nothing is more terrifying than extreme igno- rance.
Unofficial information from other sources is completely ignored. As far as history goes, what you think is truth, may just be propaganda. There is, however, certain infor- mation that the order was actually founded four years earlier Michael Baigent, Richard Leigh, "The Temple and the Lodge", Lon- don, , p. In , the bishop of Chartres mentioned "la Milice du Christ" in a letter, the name by which the order was originally known.
The bishop could hardly have got the year wrong, since he died the following year. Hugues de Payens became the first grand master of the order. They called themselves the Poor Knights of Solomon's Temple, where they were first based. Jerusalem was liberated from Muslim rule 19 years earlier , but the Christian armies who occupied the city and the surrounding area were under constant threat from enemy Arabs.
For this reason the Church was grateful for the services of de Payens and his knights. A secret Jewish order was behind these men, the Order of Zion l'Ordre de Sion , founded in the monastery of Notre-Dame du Mont de Sion, on mount Zion, just south of Jerusalem, in June by the 39 year-old Godfroi de Bouillon, duke of Lorraine - a descendant of Guillem de Gellone, who was of the seed and tribe of David. The first 33 Another member was Andre de Montbard.
The elite of the Order of Zion has consisted of 13 leaders.
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When Jerusalem was conquered during the Crusades in , a Merovingian, Baldwin I - the younger brother of Godfrey of Bouillon, was the first king of the Kingdom of Jerusalem. This secret movement also founded the Knights Templar and constituted its ruling core. The Order of Zion was the invisible head organization and the Knights Templar its military and administrative branch. Up to , these two orders had the same grand master.
The Knights Templar saluted each other with: "Hail, Zion! He is said to have been a Cathar. Originally, all grand masters were Cathars. The castle of Blanchefort is situated in the area of the Mediterranean coast west of the Rhone which was then called Septimania and which was principally populated by Jews. Septimania was also known as Gothia Gotie. As early as A. Many Jewish Merovingians were later counted as Visigoths.
For this reason they were often called 'Goths'. Intermarriage had been common. In , a Jewish kingdom was founded in Septimania. The king- dom was practically independent and Mosaic law was enforced. Tou- louse and Narbonne were the most important centres for the Jews. Many Jews had Christian slaves. One of the kings was Guillem de Gellone, who was nick-named Hook-Nose. He was also the duke of Toulouse. The town of Gellone became a centre for Jewish studies and had a Jewish academy. Guillem died in The Jewish kingdom of Septimania ceased to exist in the year The Khazar Jews by the Volga planned a coup in France around together with their Gothic tribal brothers and Berber mercenaries.
In this way they sought to take control of the whole country, but according to the Russian archaeologist and historian Lev Gumilev, the Prince of Kiev crushed the Jewish reign of terror by the Volga in Gumilev, "The Ethnosphere", Moscow, , p. There was an inner struggle between the Order of Zion and the Knights Templar, at the same time as these organizations worked towards a common goal - control of Catholic Europe. The last bastion fell into the hands of the Saracens on 18 May At the same time a second name Ormus was taken, which was used until According to the freemasons, Ormus was an Egyptian magician.
In conjunction with this, the red cross of the Knights Templar also became the symbol of the Prieure de Sion. This cross has arms with split points and is known as a Maltese cross. In , the Prieure de Sion became virtually invisible. In , another secret organization, Compagnie du Saint-Sacrement, began to act on behalf of the Prieure de Sion. The author Jean Delaude wrote the following in a document be- longing to the Prieure de Sion in "Since the separation of the 35 As early as , the mystic Robert Fludd grand master of the Order of Zion started the secret Rosicrucian movement in England.
After him came Thomas Vaughan and Elias Ashmole. The Rosicrucians intended to take over the lodges of the freemasons. The Prieure de Sion was the secret organization that created the Scottish Rite within freemasonry in the s. Charles Nordier was grand master of the Prieure de Sion between and The Prieure de Sion also conspired against Napoleon at this time.
According to a Prieure de Sion document, the number of members was , divided into a hierarchy with nine degrees, as well as eight or nine thousand novices. Charles Nordier later wrote: "There are a great many secret societies in operation. But there is one that takes precedence over all others. This supreme secret society is called the Philadelphes. The name Prieure de Sion did not appear in the public conscious- ness until on 25 June Andersen, Thomas B. A Sourcebook , London: Routledge A Sourcebook , New York: Routledge Andrews, Tara L.
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