Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Confirmation or I Met a Freemason

I have been researching the New World Order Conspiracy for well over a year now, and the name of one organization continuously comes up: Freemasonry.  

While I know from the Internet and various other sources in the media, that there is such a thing as Freemasonry, I have never had any experience with it myself. In other words, for me, the idea of a Freemason was purely that, an idea. Up until a couple of months ago, that is.

I have written here about my previous job selling dead sea skincare out of a kiosk. What I probably haven't mentioned yet, is that this kiosk is located inside of the Navy Exchange near Pearl Harbor in Honolulu. So while I was not exactly privy to high level state secrets, I had a window into the everyday life of the average soldier and his/her family. I saw a lot of interesting things there that I feel have added to the overall body of evidence that our government is up to no good. The NEX parking lot is a great place to get pictures of HAARP clouds and chemtrails. It is also a good place to see things that you might not otherwise.

Like this for example:

Masonic Symbolism on a Car in NEX parking lot.
Actually the day after I took these pictures, I was sitting behind my kiosk, looking up information on Freemasonry for a blog I was working on. The website I was looking at had a big picture of the compass symbol up on top of the page. There was a well dressed black man sitting behind me on one of those electric shopping carts that some people use. He was charging his phone while talking on it at the same time. I had seen him earlier, but at this point was not paying attention to him.

All of a sudden, I hear a voice behind me, “Are you an Eastern Star Girl?”

“What?!” I looked up, confused.

“I saw that you are looking something up about Freemasonry, I am a Freemason, I was thought you might be an Eastern Star Girl.” He looked at me intently.

“Uh, no, I am studying it.” I told him, caught completely off-guard. “You're really a Freemason?” I asked, disbelieving, “What degree are you?”

“33rd degree.” He said.  "I have a card, I can show it to you."  He said.

"No, that's OK" I said, unsure how to approach the situation.  I mean, a Freemason had never walked up to me and identified himself before.

"If you are not an Eastern Star Girl, then what is you interest in freemasonry?"  He asked me.

"I am studying it." I said.

“Why are you studying it?” He asked, “what do you want to know?”

“Nothing you can tell me.” I immediately retorted. From what I knew about Freemasonry, there was no way this man was going to give me any good information. After all, we are talking about a secret society here!

I said, “I study the New World Order and Freemasonry comes up a lot.”

He kind of scoffed and then looked at me differently, as if with a deeper level of understanding. Then he said, “Well, I was going to tell you that if you were going to join, that it is not worth it.” Then, out of nowhere: “I mean, I am a Christian.”

I nodded, "So am I."  I found it slightly odd that this man, a member of an organization, that according to all of my research, is Luciferian, was professing his Christianity to me for no apparent reason.

“Freemasonry is not what it once was, they took it away from its roots.” he continued, "It used to be about something different."

This intrigued me.  I couldn't believe I was having this conversation. I decided that if he had given me this much information, he may give me more. I remembered reading that many of the people who were part of the Illuminati did not serve it willingly and would take an out, if given one.

"You said you had a card?"  I asked.  "Can I see it?"

He fumbled around in his wallet and quickly produced a card that had a Masonic compass symbol on it, his name, and the designation of rank, 33rd Degree Freemason.  Here it was, before my very eyes, a confirmation, that I wasn't chasing the wind!

The card he showed me looked most like the one on the top left.

 I figured I may have hit pay dirt.  The guy showed me his card, what other information was he willing to share?  I asked, “How did you become a Freemason?”

“My Father and Grandfather were both Freemasons,” he replied. “It is in my family.”

Another confirmation. I have read that freemasonry and Satanism are passed through bloodlines, from generation to generation. Just like wealth, if your father didn't have it, most likely, neither will you. I then said, “OK, here's a question for you, have you ever heard of MK Ultra?”

He scoffed. It was kind of incredulous, like he couldn't fathom that I knew about this. We eyed each other in a way that is hard to explain. I could see in his eyes that he knew exactly what I was talking about—but there was no way he was going to admit it to me. “Yeah I have heard of it.” He said.

“Oh, so you don't believe in it?” I challenged.

“No.” He said, “Where did you hear about that?”

“I've done quite a bit of research on it.” I said. Then another stab in the dark, “Have you ever heard of SRA?” (Satanic Ritual Abuse-I will cover this in another blog)

"No."  He said.  "Never heard of that one."

At this point I asked him for his business card, which he handed to me.  He again informed me that he was a Christian.

Then I said, "I am also a Christian and freemasonry actually has a lot to do with it."  I continued, " I never used to believe in God because I went to college and there they tell you that you are ignorant if you deny science or reason and give in to faith.  They tell you that educated people don't believe in God because religion is just a crutch for the masses."

He listened intently as I shared, "For years I was lost, I didn't believe in God and I would only say stuff like, 'the universe.'  I was into conspiracy related stuff but I never realized that it was current, you know?  Like I thought our government had gotten it together after the assassination of JFK and his brother and MLK.  It wasn't until 9-11 happened and I started doing research and found all of the holes in the government's story that I realized that they are still up to no good in our country.  That paired with the stolen election from the year before, led me to completely drop out of politics."

"I know what you mean,"  He agreed.

I continued, "I moved to California and tried to fit in and become one of the sheeple, but it just wasn't me and I was unhappy all the time.  After I finally left Oakland and had my babies, I was really focused on death.  I was unemployed and nursing my baby so I had plenty of time on my hands and I watched all these mainstream documentaries.  They were about Global Warming, the ruined environment, wars, water rights and in each and every one of them the same handful of companies was named as the problem.  Monsanto, Exxon, etc.  I began to connect my own dots and soon found out about the Illuminati and I have been studying the New World Order ever since."

"But when did you become a Christian?"  He asked.

"As I did my research,"  I replied, "and Freemasonry kept coming up.  I learned Freemason's occupy many of the key positions in the world structure.  I also learned that they are Luciferian, and to put it plainly, worship the Devil.  It all made sense to me at that point.  The very same people who tell me that I am simple-minded if I believe in God, Worship his Nemesis."  I threw my hands up, questioning, "then God has to be real!  Why else would they spend so much time and energy trying to deny him?"

The Freemason looked at me with wonder, as if he had just had a confirmation of his own.  "You are right." he said.  "and that is exactly why I was going to tell you not to become an Eastern Star Girl, because they have taken it away from it's roots and it is not what it was meant to be.  If I had it to do all over, I would not join."