....."Fear them not therefore: for there is nothing covered, that shall not be revealed; and hid, that shall not be known". Matthew 10:26 (KJV)

Sunday, September 2, 2012

Sand, cornerstones and cardinals

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   Above image - Top:Battle of Kunersdorf, Frederick the Great's most devastating defeat - URL: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Kunersdorf     
    Picture in the middle, a typical XVIII century Free or not Masonic symbolism: what are recalling to you the squared arms and the solar head of the Masonic puppet? Mabye a source of Romish-Masonic inspiration for ideological anti-Christian fanaticism of the XX century?....
    Third and bottom picture: cardinal Wiseman, an expert in sands. For the argument go to the link in Amber Path blog.
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".......The Nazi's shut down the 'Modern' Grand Lodges whose membership was heavily jewish, liberal, and 'international', but allowed the 'national' Old Prussian Grand Lodges to carry on after their Grand Master's sent formal written oaths of alliegence to 'Mein Furher', changed their name to 'The Frederick the Great Association'(Frederick the Great being German 'Regular' Freemasonry's founder and principal patron.), and removed any obvious Hebraic wording from it's rituals. When the war was over 'regular' Freemasonry operating under the guise of 'The Frederick the Great Association' changed their name back to what it was before Crystal Nacht. You won't see any of this mentioned on any of those 'Is it true what they say about Freemasonry?' or 'Difficult Questions about Freemasonry' web sites that 'regular' Freemasonry has mirrored all over the net. ....."



Sunday, September 2, 2012

The cardinal Wiseman inspired by the Sands of Kunersdorf and the Miracle at the House of Brandenburg? 

http://avles-theamberpath.blogspot.it/2012/09/the-cardinal-wiseman-inspired-by-sands.html

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Tuesday, August 28, 2012


Danish Order of Freemasons building as HQ of Danish SS 

http://apparentlyenemies.blogspot.it/2012/08/danish-order-of-freemasons-building-as.html

 

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