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"It is curious to note too that most of the bodies which work these, such as the Ancient and Accepted Scotish Rite, the Rite of Avignon, the Order of the Temple, Fesslor's Rite, the 'Grand Council of the Emperors of the East and West Sovereign Prince Masons', ect., etc., are nearly all offsprings of the sons of Ignatius Loyola. The Baron Hundt, Chevalier Ramsey, Tschoudy, Zinnendorf, and numerous others, who founded the grades in these rites, worked under instructions from the General of the Jesuits...."- Isis Unveiled, H.P.Blavatsky, (Los Angeles, Ca: The Theosohy Company, 1968; org published in 1977). p. 390. Freemasonry - Protestant Arm of the Jesuits [4] [5]


Masonic individuals are often classified by various masonic degrees. In most religious cults these classes range from degree 1 to 3 for common people, all the way up to the 33rd degree for more valued members of the cult. The York Rite and Ancient Arabic Order of Nobles of the Mystic Shrine each have their own degree system. [6]. Note: There are definitely higher degrees than the 33rd degree. (Higher Dergrees in Freemasonry are called Esoteric Degrees. The rite used is the "Rite of Memphis-Misraim" which contains 90-97 Degrees. Some other people says there are 360 Degrees. See Interview with an Ex-Vampire by Bill Schnoebelen )

  • 1° - Entered Apprentice (Blue Lodge, Craft Lodge, Symbolic Lodge degrees)
  • 2° - Fellow Craft
  • 3° - Master Mason
  • 4° - Master Traveler (Scottish Rite degrees)
  • 5° - Perfect Master
  • 6° - Intimate Secretary
  • 7° - Provost and Judge
  • 8° - Intendant of the Building
  • 9° - Master Elect of the Nine - North
  • 10° - Master Elect - North
  • 11° - Sublime Master Elected - North
  • 12° - Grand Master Architect
  • 13° - Master of the Ninth Arch
  • 14° - Grand Elect Mason
  • 15° - Knight of the East or Sword
  • 16° - Prince of Jerusalem
  • 17° - Knight of the East and West
  • 18° - Knight of the Rose Croix
  • 19° - Grand Pontiff
  • 20° - Master ad Vitam
  • 21° - Patriarch Noachite
  • 22° - Prince of Libanus
  • 23° - Chief of the Tabernacle
  • 24° - Prince of the Tabernacle
  • 25° - Knight of the Brazen Serpent
  • 26° - Friend and Brother Eternal
  • 27° - Commander of the Temple
  • 28° - Knight of the Sun
  • 29° - Knight of St. Andrew
  • 30° - Grand Inspector
  • 31° - Knight Aspirant
  • 32° - Sublime Prince of the Royal Secret
  • 33° - Sovereign Grand Inspector General
  • ...
  • ...
  • ...

Blue Lodge

According to Albert Pike Grand Commander of the Scottish Rite:

"The Blue Degrees are but the outer court or portico of the Temple. Part of the symbols are displayed there to the Initiate, but he is intentionally misled by false interpretations. It is not intended that he shall understand them; but it is intended that he shall imagine he understands them. Their true explication is reserved for the Adepts, the Princes of Masonry." (Morals and Dogma, p. 819)

"Masonry, like all the Religions, all the Mysteries, Hermeticism and Alchemy, conceals its secrets from all except the Adepts and Sages, or the Elect, and uses false explanations and misinterpretations of its symbols to mislead those who deserve only to be misled; to conceal the Truth, which it calls Light, from them, and to draw them away from it. Truth is not for those who are unworthy or unable to receive it, or would pervert it."(Morals and Dogma, p. 104-105)

"The symbols and ceremonies of Masonry have more than one meaning. They rather conceal than disclose the Truth. They hint it only." (Morals and Dogma, p. 148)

Albert Pike wrote in Morals and Dogma of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry that the artistic representations (symbols) which are revered by the uninitiated are in fact "idols" which represent occult teachings that are understood by high level adepts (initiates of the Luciferian mysteries):

“The symbols of the wise always become the idols of the ignorant multitude. What the Chiefs of the Order really believed and taught, is indicated to the Adepts by the hints contained in the high Degrees of Free-Masonry, and by the symbols which only the Adepts understand.” [7]

Is Freemasonry a religion

  • According to Bill schnoebelen there are 3 basic conditions to qualify as a religion:
    • (1) To have "Holy Books" / sacred scriptures
      • Freemasonry uses all major holy books (bible, koran, research others)
    • (2) To believe in god(s)
      • In the case of Freemasonry it is The Great Architect Of The Universe (GAOTU ), or Jahbulon
        • Each syllable of the 'ineffable name' represents one person of this trinity
          • JAH = Jahweh, the God of the Hebrews
          • BUL = Baal, the ancient Canaanite fertility god associated with 'licentious rites of imitative magic'
          • ON (Genesis 41:45, "...Potipherah priest of On") = Osiris, the Ancient Egyptian god of the underworld." [8]
      • Atheist cannot register as Freemasons
    • (3) Have rites and rituals
      • List all major Freemasonry rites
  • According to 33° Sovereign Grand Commander Albert Pike
All the truely dogmatic religions have issued from the Kabbalah and return to it: everything scientific and grand in the religious dreams of the Illuminati, Jacob Boehme, Swedenborg, Saint-Martin, and others, is borrowed from Kabbalah, all the Masonic associations owe to it their secrets and their symbols. Sovereign Grand Commander Albert Pike 33°, Morals and Dogma, page 744
  • In his book, A Bridge to Light, an official Scottish Rite publication of the Supreme Mother Council, 33°, Rex Hutchins, 33° explains that the triangle of the Masonic Lodge represents pagan religions as well and he especially cites the Hindu trinity of Gods, Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva.3 [9]
  • Freemasonry’s ties to the occult
  • "Much of the writings of Albert Pike are extracted from the books of the French magician Eliphas Levi, one of the greatest transcendentalists of modern times. Levi was an occultist, a metaphysician, a Platonic philosopher, who by the rituals of magic invoked even the spirit of Apollonius of Tyana, and yet Pike has inserted in his Morals and Dogma whole pages, and even chapters, practically verbatim. To Pike the following remarkable tribute was paid by Stirling Kerr Jr. , 33 Deputy for the Inspector-General for the District of Columbia, upon crowning with laurel the bust of Pike in the House of the Temple: 'Pike was an oracle greater than that of Delphi. He was Truth's minister and priest. His victories were those of peace. Long may his memory live in the hearts of the Brethren.' Affectionately termed 'Albertus Magnus' by his admirers, Pike wrote of Hermeticism and alchemy and hinted at the Mysteries of the Temple. Through his zeal and unflagging energy, American Freemasonry was raised from comparative obscurity to become the most powerful organization in the land." - Manly P. Hall, Rosicrucian and Masonic Origins pp 413-414 [10]

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