Hand on Heart
Honore de Balzac
Freemasons strongly deny there
are any women in their Order. But in Mac key's Encyclopedia of Freemasonry
we find this picture captioned, "Lady Freemason Mrs. Elizabeth Aldworth." In the
text (page 353), Mackey. 33°, former Sovereign Grand Commander of the Scottish
Rite, writes that, "there are a few instances in which the otherwise unalterable
rule of female exclusion has been made to yield."
Cuban revolutionary and
Freemason Jose Marti giving the Masonic sign of the Hand on Heart signifying
loyalty to the Craft
Robespierre, the heartless
monster of the French Revolution. Inspirer of the Jacobins sect, Robespierre
caused untold thousands to be sent to the guillotine. Rejecting Jesus, he
called for a new religion based on worship of a nameless "Supreme Being."
After relishing so many of his opponents being sent to their death, one
day the tumbrel carriage came also for Robespierre, the Jewish plotter of
terror, who himself lost his head. As his head rolled, the mob laughed and cried
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Was Christopher Columbus a clandestine member of the Knights Templar,
or another 15th century secret society? Much evidence exists confirming exactly
that. So, too, does the cabalistic sign he displays of
the left-handed path of the initiate. (Oil painting by Sebastiano del
A statue of Soviet Communist
Party leader Joseph Stalin on the cover of the book, Stalin's Shadow, by
Rosamond Richardson. Photographs of Stalin also show the tyrannical
dictator—half Jew and Jesuit-trained—giving the Royal Arch Mason
Helmut Kohl was the longest-serving
Chancellor in the history of post-World War II Germany. Kohl, a servant of the
Illuminati's inner circle, worked to unify Germany and empower the European
Community. He is a Bilderberger, a covert Jewish Mason, and initiate of
numerous secret societies and orders. Here we see the Chancellor strike an
Illuminist pose, being the only person pictured who gives the necessary sign.
(Photo: Vanity Fair magazine, November 1997)
Iran's foreign minister, Kamel
Kharrazi. (Newsweek, September 30, 2002)
Pakistan's Prime Minister Mian
Mohammed Nawaz. (Time magazine, circa 2001)
In Palestine, a senior Hamas
official Khaled Mashaal welcomes Jordanian and other guests to a dinner.
Panama's President Guillermo
Endara, installed in office by the U.S.A. after the American military deposed
Army dictator Manuel Noriega. (From U.S. News and World Report, October 25,
1993, p. 37)
Robert Fludd (1574-1637),
medical doctor and hermeticist of the late English Renaissance, was a
Rosicrucian and practitioner of the magical arts who emphasized the
power of visual and imaginative symbols.
who, in 1555, was burned at the stake by Calvinists for having published a
treatise disagreeing with the doctrine of the Trinity. Servetus, an enemy
of Christ, was an llluminist who worked to bring in heresies to pollute
Christianity. He has been called "The Father of Unitarianism."
A top official of the Orthodox
hierarchy in Greece gives the initiate sign.
The Pope with Palestinian
leader Yassar Arafat, at the Vatican on September 15, 1982.
Eugene Vintras, a Frenchman who
taught occult spiritual philosophy, wears the upside down cross on his
religious robe and presents the sigil (hand sign) of his Order. Vintras gained a
large following in the 1830s and 1840s by declaring the coming of a dark Prince,
a God on earth who would rule and reign.
A chief rabbi in Ottoman Turkey
(from the book, The Lost Messiah: In Search of the Mystical Rabbi Sabbatai Sevi,
by John Freely (Woodstock and New York: The Overlook Press, 2001)
Aleister Crowley, as a youth, in
his occult regalia. Crowley, whose books were the basis later for Anton LaVey,
founder of the Church of Satan and Michael Aquino, founder of the Temple of Set.
Crowley also inspired L. Ron Hubbard, founder of Scientology.
An elderly man who is chief
dervish of the Sufi Moslem sect in the early 1900s (from the book, The Lost
Messiah: In Search of the Mystical Rabbi Sabbatai Sevi, by John Freely
(Woodstock and New York: The Overlook Press, 2001)
Sufi Moslem young boy who is a
dervish in training in the early 1900s (from the book, The Lost Messiah: In
Search of the Mystical Rabbi Sabbatai Sevi, by John Freely (Woodstock and New
York: The Overlook Press, 2001)
MARTIN Luther, priest who set in
motion the Protestant Reformation, is shown in this picture from Christian
News, a periodic Lutheran publication, giving a masonic sign. The same
Lutheran newspaper carries on its masthead (pg. 1) of every edition Luther's
seal, of Rosicrucian design. In fact, Luther was a Rosicrucian.
Masonic signs and grips closely parallel those of Rosicrucians (Christian
News, February 18, 2003, p. 1).
Christopher Walken, actor,
seems to be favored by the elite. He is often cast in strange roles as deranged
psychos, mob killers, etc. Interview magazine devoted this entire page in its
June 2004 edition, without caption and without comment or explanation.
Obviously, the picture speaks for itself.
In an article, strangely enough,
entitled "Gods and Monsters," Hollywood actor George Clooney is seen presenting
his sigil as he stands outside a theatre presenting the world premier of the
film, A Perfect Storm. (Photo: Elle magazine, November 2000)
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