Freemasonry: hidden satanism

The videos and articles are powerful in this section, as they will lay the groundwork regarding how the sick and twisted are lying through their teeth to fit in with their satanic society elitist 'gods'!

Please also keep in mind that I had heard (and now concur) that the Illuminati was likely created with an overarching purposeful intention to act as another layer or 'shield' for the Jesuits and the deeper Vatican enterprises in the event that secrets begin leaking out in the "milder" layers of their pyramidal constructs (as is of course now happening today) buying them time to regroup, form new spin stories, etc.  -dwaine

Hidden Faith of the Founding Fathers

Hidden Faith of the Founding Fathers

An amazing Chris Pinto film showing the seriousness of the infections of Masonry in our nation's founding days, and yes, even very early on.   Many Americans will be troubled and perhaps even in denial when seeing this, but the truth must be revealed.  

The entire video must be watched to understand the fullness of why the elite are in such control today, and how we, as true believers, can get YHWH's blessings back if we are wise.   -dwaine

As a side note to this particular issue (and especially the segment in this video regarding David Barton): Just got a note from my partner Jeff Garner and decided to post this.  He found this interesting tidbit about how the publishers of Barton's "Jefferson book" (endorsed by devout Mormon Glenn Beck by the way) are pulling the book from the shelves due to lies.  Check it out, even the mainstream [MSNBC; "TODAY SHOW"] contributors are catching on (the last paragraph sends it home perfectly): 

Publisher pulls Jefferson book over inaccuracies

Evangelical author David Barton's “The Jefferson Lies” draws scrutiny and calls for boycott

By contributor
updated 8/10/2012 5:34:28 PM ET

A best-seller about Thomas Jefferson by an influential Tea Party and evangelical figure has been recalled after the publisher announced on Thursday that it has detected factual inaccuracies in the book.

Nashville-based evangelical publisher Thomas Nelson is no longer shipping any copies to retailers of “The Jefferson Lies’’ by David Barton and is recalling existing copies from brick-and-mortar retailers. It also has requested to online booksellers that they no longer sell the e-book version and has removed the book from its own website. The book is still being sold on Amazon.

“[We were] contacted by a number of people expressing concerns about The Jefferson Lies,’’ Thomas Nelson said in a statement. “We took all of those concerns seriously, tried to sort out matters of opinion or interpretation, and in the course of our review learned that there were some historical details included in the book that were not adequately supported.”

The book, which was released in April and reached the New York Times best-seller list, aims to debunk liberal beliefs about Founding Father Thomas Jefferson, who was the third president in U.S. history and the primary author of the Declaration of Independence. Barton is a Republican operative and Tea Party figure who has appeared as a guest on Glenn Beck’s show multiple times and made an appearance on “The Daily Show” promoting “The Jefferson Lies’’ in May.GOP Kicks Off RNC Convention

Barton told The Nashville Tennessean that he found out the book had been dropped via an email from Thomas Nelson.

at left: Author David Barton at the 2004 Republican National Convention at Madison Square Garden in New York.

Accusations of historical misinterpretations and factual inaccuracies in the book had been hurled at Barton from conservative and liberal scholars alike since its release. A pair of professors at Grove City (Pa.) College, Warren Throckmorton and Michael Coulter, released a book in May titled “Getting Jefferson Right: Fact Checking Claims About Our Third President,” that is dedicated to pointing out the inaccuracies in Barton’s work.

Barton told The Tennesseean that he has gotten offers from other publishers to produce the book. Recalling a book, particularly a best-seller, is a rare event for Thomas Nelson.

Although we do carefully edit every book we publish, Thomas Nelson relies on the expertise of our authors concerning their subjects,” a company spokesperson told Publisher’s Weekly. “It is extremely rare that the company would have to withdraw a book from the market based on concerns about its content.”

Barton argues in the book that Jefferson was an orthodox evangelical and not an anti-Christian secularist. In addition to the book by Throckmorton and Coulter refuting that claim with historical evidence, religious scholar Greg Forster wrote a piece, “David Barton’s Errors,” that details the errors in the book and says Barton’s “inability to write reliable history stretches beyond ideological cheerleading into outright incompetence.”

Other claims in Barton’s book also drew the ire of religious figures like a group of ministers in Cincinnati. Barton writes that Jefferson would have freed his slaves if the laws during that time would not have penalized him for it, but Jefferson did free two slaves, according to what Throckmorton told The Tennessean. The slavery issue drew the attention of African-American clergy, who contacted Thomas Nelson and considered organizing a boycott.

“‘The Jefferson Lies’ glosses over Jefferson’s real record on slaveholding, and minimizes Jefferson’s racist views,” the Rev. Damon Lynch of New Jerusalem Baptist Church in Cincinnati told The Tennesseean.

Barton’s longtime critics have also pounced on the controversy, including the Texas Freedom Network, a watchdog group that advances the agenda of religious freedom and monitors far-right evangelical groups. Barton is the owner of a Texas-based group, WallBuilders, a Christian organization “dedicated to presenting America’s forgotten history,” according to its website.

“It’s clear that even the evangelical community is starting to see David Barton for what he is — a propagandist who distorts history for political and ideological purposes,’’ TFN President Kathy Miller told Daily Kos. “The question is now, will politicians and pundits who have promoted his views have the integrity to follow suit and repudiate Barton?"

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Architects of Deception - a History of Freemasonry

Architects of Deception - A History of Freemasonry
Newly discovered by our long-time friend and good buddy Jack in Florida, we've posted a great new video showing a very detailed historical account of the history and dark side of the Freemasonry that is now, through satanic evils, removing the world's liberties, freedoms and even their very lives!

Show this one to your Masonic Neighbors who scoff at you when you try to tell them the less-glamorous history of Masonry and they say that you don't know what you are talking  about.  This one is packed with facts and historic evidences.

The light behind masonry

The Light Behind Masonry
Bill Schnoebelen, an ex-witch and occult master, tells the truth about his escape from the other side of spiritual wickedness where he is now walking tall for Yeshua, Amen?

If you had ever been approached and invited to join the "Masons" and had declined to get interested or involved, this video will make you absolutely delighted that you made the right choice.  This "organization" is absolutely born of the fires of hell!