55. Friedman, op. cit. (Jewish Pioneers & Patriots), p.125
56. Sachse, Julius F.(33°) Benjamin Franklin as a Freemason.
Philadelphia,PA: Compiled by order of the Grand Master of Pennslyvannia, 1906, p. 1.
57. ibid., p. 103 quoting Dr. Mease who had access to Masonic documents in 1811, that are not available anymore.
58. Lemisch, L. Jesse, ed. Benjamin Franklin the Autobiography and Other Writings. NY: The New American Library, 1961, pp. vii-xii.
60. Various Rosicrucian sources.
63. Fay, Bernard. Revolution and Freemasonry, pp. 230-231.
65. Hall, Manly P. (33°) America's Assignment with Destiny. Los
Angeles, CA: Philosophical Research Soc., 1951, pp.85-87.
67. Hall, Manly P. The Secret Destiny of America. Los Angeles, CA: Philosophical Research Soc, 1972, p. 133.
68. Lemisch. Benjamin Franklin The Autobiography and Other Writings, pp. 329-330 from Smyth, Albert Henry, ed. The Writings of Benjamin Franklin Collected and Edited with a life and Introduction, NY: 1905, pp. 411-12.
70. Randolph, Paschal Beverly. Ravallette The Rosicrucian's Story.
Quakertown, PA: Philosophical Pub. Co., 1939, p. 134.
73. Biography by Charles Chauliac.
75. Examples of JEWISH FREEMASON MAGICIANS are Harry Houdini (32° & Shriner- orig. name Weiss)(1874-1926), Dr. Jacob Haym Falk (aka Hayyim Samuel Jacob Falk and other names, a Satanist and follower of Sabbatai Zevi, also carried the title Ba'al Shem, which is Chief of all the Jews, he was an important figure in spreading magic) (1708-1782), Baron von Offenback (a.k.a. Jacob Frank, a Satanist), Compte de Cagliostro (a.k.a. Joseph Balsamo, started the Egyptian Masonic Rite and leader of the Lodge of Isis with its wild sexual rites.) (1743-1795), Compte de Saint-Germain (aka Daniel Wolff, now heralded by New Agers as a great spiritual leader)(1710-1784), Friedrich Franz (a.k.a. Anton Mesmer, founder of hypnotism then called mesmerism) (1733-1815). SOME OTHER MASONIC MAGICIANS for which this Author is not aware if they have Jewish heritage or not are Dr. Gerald Encausse (aka Papus), Lorenza Feliciana (also in Lodge of Isis), Manly P. Hall, Alexander Herrman (1844-1896), C.W. Leadbeater, S.L. MacGregor Mathers, George Pickingill (warlock), Dr. Theodore Reuss, Philip Samuel Rosa, and Arthur Edward Waite.
76. The membership on this Council comes from quite a number of Rosicrucian sources, and seems to be supported by circumstantial historical evidence. Rosicrucian sources that mention the memberships of Randolph, Hitchcock, Lincoln, and Albert Pike in the Order of Lilly and/or the 3 men on the Council of Three include: The Book of Rosicruciae, Quakertown, PA. Philosophical Publ. Co.; A Pilgrimage to Beverly Hall, Quakertown, PA. Beverly Hall Corp., 1955, pp. 9,51.; Randolph, Ravallette The Rosicrucian's Story, p. 20.
77. Cole, Arthur A. The Light of Life. Newark, NJ: Church of Illumination, (n.d.), p.11
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