But would the Masonic Lodge want to the centerpiece of the One-World-Religion and an initiation center?
•In the Masonic Ritual during the opening ceremonies for the 31st degree of the Scottish Rite the Masons pray,
" Hear us with indulgence, O infinite Deity ... Let the great flood of Masonic light flow in a perpetual current over the whole world and make Masonry the creed of all mankind."
•The Italian Masonic Constitution, almost identical to the original Masonic Constitution of Anderson of 1723, states in Article 6 "It [Italian Masonry] proposes to itself as its first object to unite all free men in one vast family, which may and ought to take the place of all Churches. . .thereby to constitute the true and only Church of Humanity."4
Albert Pike, 33°, was one of the greatest Masonic leaders.5 Articles praising Pike abound in official Masonic publications.6 His book Morals and Dogma, written in second half of the 19th century, reveals the expectation of esoteric groups to become the world's leaders, "...the World will soon come to us for its Sovereigns and Pontiffs. We shall constitute the equilibrium of the Universe, and be rulers over the Masters of the World." (Morals and Dogma, p. 817, referring to the goal of esoteric groups.)
For many this may be shocking. Why would Masonry be the religion of the New Order, and appoint its religious leaders (pontiffs) when it doesn't claim to be a religion?
Freemasonry, the Church of Scientology, the Watchtower Society (Jehovah's Witnesses), the Theosophical Society, the Maharishi's Transcendental Meditation Heavenly Communities are all similar in that they strongly deny that they are religions. It is standard practice for many groups of the New World Order to protest to the public that they are not a religion. Yet each of these groups repeatedly contradict that, by declaring at other times that they are in fact a religion. Masonry not only functions as a religious institution, its leaders have quietly declared it is a religion. (See chapter 1.17 for proof on this.) And not only is it held to be a religion, but the true religion encompassing all truth. Further,
Masonry is not passive in waiting for its leadership role to happen, it is militant.7
HAS FREEMASONRY BEEN UNDERESTIMATED AS A WORLD RELIGION?
At least one Masonic author writing to Masons felt that Masonic religious power had been underestimated. He writes,
"In the past Masonry has been condemned as a shallow substitute for religion. This the Masonic body has always denied but in fact the new age revitalised Masonry will be a paralleling evolutionary way of man's approach to God, and Masonry and religion will gladly cooperate." --The Spirit of Masonry, p. 129
O.K. We've seen that some of the most prominent leaders of the New Age movement plan for Freemasonry to be the future One-World-Religion. We've also seen a few (of the many quotes available) where Masons declare their desire for Masonry to be the creed of mankind. But can they do it? or is this just bravado and talk?
How the Masons have done it is the subject of this book. Chapter 2.12 will examine specific sets of plans to bring in a New World Order with its One-World-Religion. Unit two will examine denomination by denomination, sect after sect and expose how Masonry controls a vast diversity of groups. The diversity is but only an appearance. Unfortunately, we have tended to look at the superficial outside, rather than the inside substance. This book may change your life in regards to that.
Freemasonry is a front for the Power, but it also is a major part of their power. To illustrate this point let us look at the manned- mission to the moon Apollo. We'll develop the story enough that the significance of the final point will be appreciated.
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