Tagged: Freemasons

The trashing of the symbols of love

The painting below is of St Andrew being crucified on an X-shaped cross. The Scots will recognise the X-shape as the St Andrew’s Cross as it appears on their blue-and-white flag. But to those who understand the hidden language of alchemical love and sex magic, it is known as the saltire cross. This is why the esoteric wing of the Freemasons who call themselves the Scottish Rite and who, at one time, were largely based in Scotland, decided it would be a magically potent symbol for their flag which would help their kingdom to thrive.

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Why Generation X is being pitted against the Baby Boomers

Much of the rationale behind moving whole populations of people into countries which ill befit their cultures is because of what’s known as the Demographic Time-bomb. Since the Baby Boom – the huge balloon in the number of births in the West, which came directly after the Second World War – our birth rates have been steadily declining. Our young marrieds have so few children, compared to Muslims, that even if the Muslims were to move into the UK at the current rate of immigration, and just quietly live their lives alongside us, with no terrorist attacks, they would still be in the majority here within 50 years – and in a position to establish their Caliphate. Continue reading

The Celtic Shamans of the Glastonbury Temple of the Stars

When I first tried to read Katharine Maltwood’s A Guide to Glastonbury ‘s Temple of Stars, I ended up with a terrible headache. Even though I’d studied mythology and archaeology for decades, this 1920s identifier of the Somerset circular landscape temple seemed so ‘other’ to me, and her ideas far too dense, like an overpoweringly and sickeningly rich scented pot pourri from another time. However, now – several years later – I’m picking up her books again and reading them with ease and joy. It’s almost as if she’s talking to me personally at times – as if she’d written for an age when we would have more knowledge about our ancestors and thus be more able to pick up her quiet nudges and gentle allusions which are threaded throughout her writing like delicate and refined gold knotwork. Continue reading

Washington DeCoded: A New View of the Capitol

Chris Hardaker (author of The First American) is discussing his new e-book,  Washington DeCoded: A New View of the Capitol,  with members of our forum.  His book is about the Freemasonic geometric features mimicking symbols from the Great Seal which are embedded into the streets and avenues of Washington, D.C.

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