Secret History of the Freemasons

(I’m re-posting this video for educational purposes, in accordance with ‘fair use’ provisions in the copyright act; this blog is not monetized)

At the end of this movie, the authors make it clear that the Freemasons were never involved in any of the crimes attributed to them… ‘No historical evidence’ of their involvement in the French Revolution… ‘No historical evidence’ of Prince Albert Edward’s involvement with a prostitute… the carvings on Jack the Ripper’s victims were NOT masonic symbols… The pentagram in the layout of the streets of New York is incomplete… etc… The purpose of this video is evidently to absolve the Freemasons of any involvement in such crimes and by extension that there is no masonically-inspired or led ‘shadow government’… The phrase that springs to mind is, “Methinks the lady doth protest too much.”

For a start, what evidence would there have been of Prince Albert Edward’s involvement with a prostitute? Or of their involvement in the French Revolution? Especially when the very nature of these societies is all about secrecy… Surely the Freemasons, above all societies or clubs, would have significant expertise in ensuring that such ‘historical evidence’ would NOT exist…? Cover-ups would be their stock-in-trade… And there IS a very particular masonic meaning to an INCOMPLETE pentagram… I remain unconvinced by this very glib denial of involvement in either crimes such as those mentioned above, or in a shadow government.

More to come on the Freemasons… I’d appreciate any comments my readers would care to make… Let me know what you think.

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