Dispelling The Link Between Masons/Freemasons & Satan

Well before one delves into this subject, which on Google list many thousands of pages one should examine those who are making such far-fetched and thinly veiled claims which are in most cases taken out of context or because they see something sinister in the world around them. It is not correct to dismiss their claims out of hand, but to confront and address them. But there lies one of the major problems. They are so close-minded that they will not discuss or even consider anything which can point to another explanation.

So first one must look at the type of people that make these claims.

Well, the first to easily address are those who trawl the internet and repeat the information without having checked their facts. They often have two pieces of information and draw the wrong conclusion.

The second group are those who have been and are no longer Freemasons.

This group has not resigned Freemasonry. They are usually comprised of those who have been excluded because of some major misdemeanour and have a score to settle. While they are familiar with the Masonic ritual/ceremony, their revelations knowingly take the meaning and basis of Freemasonry totally out of context. They are annoyed at having been found out/excluded and wish to do as much damage as possible. But Freemasonry has survived for over 300 years and will continue to do so.
They will quote, quite correctly that the Masonic ritual states that of ‘having your throat cut across’. But they will miss out the preceding and following words which state ‘the danger which traditionally would have awaited you until your latest hour was the physical penalty of having your throat cut across had you improperly disclosed…. The whole passage hinges on one important word traditionally. Then further on …such a penalty is unnecessary …

Religious Zealots

The next group who attack Freemasonry are religious Zealots. Not to be dismissed as crazy. Not the ones which cause damage to explosives. No, the Zealots like Hitler, Saddam Hussein etc. who initially misuse words and information to gain control. But those who misinterpret, or read into, the holy books of their religions, aspects which that deity never intended. They then look for other areas to misinterpret without seeking the full facts.

While they are willing to point fingers at other organisation, they do not look into their own. They should remember that Freemasonry has never started a holy war. More importantly, it has never burned anyone at the stake for any reason – religious or otherwise. They criticise and comment on Freemasonry yet do not, and will not, examine the ‘mysteries’ in front of them, in their own belief system.

So that everyone understands where I come from; my parents brought me up in a very loving, tolerant Christian household and faith. Not religion, as that is a manmade construct. And anything manmade has flaws.

So let me say straight out that I have a Christian faith, believe that Christ was a prophet, and that there is a god. Where those of the Christian faith would tell me I cannot be of that faith is that I do not believe that the only way to God is through Jesus Christ. No one can say that Jesus actually said the words in the bible. It is all reported speech many years later and, as a journalist, I know all about misreporting. I believe that is a manmade construct to strengthen and build the church. When one looks at Jesus’s preaching of openness to all – prostitutes, tax collectors – I cannot see that he would have been so restrictive.

I needed to make the former statement so that one can see that my comment on the damage/misunderstanding of words and phrases taken out of context.

I believe that before one criticises others, one must look at the ‘interior of one’s own house. First one must look for basic examples such as in the Christian Prayer of Humble Access there is a phase, when praying to God ‘to eat his flesh and drink his blood’ Taken out of context that could be said to refer to cannibalistic tendencies within the Church of England. Interestingly enough, Christians chant the words but never really understand their meaning.

Also often overlooked it the mention of spaceships and aliens in the bible which most Christians do not accept stating that they were dreams. But for dreams to the Prophet Ezekiel who lived in, by space travel terms, a non-technological age were frighteningly accurate. Just in one aspect propellers. There was nothing on which he could have seen based any assumption of such a mechanism.

But more than that he actually describes the spaceship and its operation. To read it in detail, read The Spaceships of the Prophet Ezekiel. by Josef F. Blumrich

30 year old Ezekiel was a priest and had four encounters with spaceships, over a period of twenty years. This was totally against his religion. He tells us that he flew in the spacecraft. In his third account, one year later, he experiences a maintenance or repair operation on the spacecraft. He describes a mechanical arm and helicopter. On his fourth encounter, twenty years later, he is taken to meet the ship’s commander who takes the prophet on an extended tour.

No one has ever taken seriously the Ezekiel’s functional description which indicates that the wheels could move, in any direction, without being turned or steered. This led Josef F. Blumrich, a NASA scientist, to develop a precise engineering interpretation, and for which he was granted a patent by the United States Patent Office no. 3,789,947, Feb. 5, 1974.

Book of Genesis and Book of Enoch

The Book of Genesis, chapter 6 verses 1–4, states. When human beings began to increase in number on the earth and daughters were born to them, the sons of God saw that the daughters of humans were beautiful, and they married any of them they chose. The Nephilim were on the earth in those days—and also afterward—when the sons of God went to the daughters of humans and had children by them.

So who were the sons of God? Who were the Nephilim? Where did they come from if they ‘were on the earth in those days?’

To dismiss these as ‘fantasy and dreams’ yet to accept the other ‘fantasy and dreams’ of other prophets does not ring true. If one accepts one then one accepts all.

The biggest mistake that those against Freemasonry make is that they refer to it as a religion. Freemasonry is not a religion. It is stronger than any established religion as it is based on one’s faith – a faith in God. This is older and stronger than religion. Faith is a person’s belief in a god. Religion is a manmade construct of people who have a specific faith; and anything manmade can be, and often is, very flawed. Freemasonry is not a religion as it is not single faith based. It is the gathering of a group of men who have varying faiths but are bound together by a belief in a god. Their faith is their way of expressing that faith.

Freemasonry does not just accept men of all faiths but of any race, colour, nationality. It is the religions which have a problem with Freemasonry as they wrongly believe that it will ‘dilute’ their membership.

They say that Christians should avoid Freemasonry because it says in II Corinthians 6:14-18, God’s Word tells us not to be unequally yoked together with unbelievers. It asks the question – what communion has light with darkness? And God’s Word answers – come out from among them and be ye separate, saith the Lord!.

But Freemasons are not unbelievers. They are people of many diverse faiths.
Does this mean that one should not live next door/talk to/mix with a person who is an atheist or agnostic?

Now to address the accusation of Freemasons and Satanism through paganistic rituals. Now to suggest that there is a connection is a fantastic charge when one considers that the man at the head of the major group which makes that accusation, is none other than Dr Rowan Williams, the Archbishop of Canterbury, titular head of the Church of England, who was recently installed, in a secret ceremony,as a Druid priest, a pagan order, which also worships Satan!

Let’s examine some of the quotes. Freemasons worship the GOAT. Problem is that this is written by someone with dyslexia. Yes our ceremonies have an acronyms, similar but GAOT. But what does it mean. Certainly not a creature with four legs and two horns! It refers to the Great Architect Of The universe.
This is because Freemasonry is based on building King Solomon’s Temple and to build a temple you required someone at the top to design, organise and run it. That would be the architect. Or if related to man and the world God.

We are also accused of worshiping the skull and cross bones. Yes they appear in our ceremonies but only to be referred to as the emblems of mortality.

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