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Wednesday, January 24, 2007

Mark Brewer's words

From http://z13.invisionfree.com/THE_UNHIVED_MIND/index.php?s=43f0b6b1524c2a468e8fc4d2b851a0bd&showtopic=20001



I just noticed that Alex Jones is going to interview Hutton Gibson again. Gibson has a new website pushing the "traditional" Papacy and is involved with a documentary that Jones is promoting.http://www.huttongibson.com

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=58...663092555&hl=en

Mark Brewer:


Quote From High Level Mason Albert Mackey, About Jesuits:

"In the eighteenth century the Jesuits were charged with having an intimate connection with Freemasonry, and the invention of the Degree of Kadosh was even attributed to those members of the Society who constituted the College of Clermont. This theory of a Jesuitical Freemasonry seems to have originated with the Illuminati, who were probably governed in its promulgation by a desire to depreciate the character of all other Masonic systems in comparison with their own, where no such priestly interference was perrnitted. Barruel scoffs at the idea of such a connection, and cans it (Histoire de Jacobinisme iv, page 287) 'la fable de la Franc-Maçonnerie Jésuitique' meaning an invention of false or Jesuitical Freemasonry. For once he is right. Like oil and water the tolerance of Freemasonry and the intolerance of the 'Society of Jesus' cannot commingle. Yet it cannot be denied that, while the Jesuits have had no part in the construction of pure Freemasonry, there are reasons for believing that they took an interest in the invention of some Degrees and systems which were intended to advance their own interests. But wherever they touched the Institution they left the trail of the serpent. They sought to convert its pure philanthropy and toleration into political intrigue and religious bigotry. Hence it is believed that they had something to do with the invention of those Degrees, which were intended to aid the exiled house of Stuart in its efforts to regain the English throne, because they believed that would secure the restoration in England of the Roman Catholic religion. Almost a library of books has been written on both sides of this subject in Germany and in France."

It's found at this link.

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