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Judeo-Masonry

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A 1902 drawing by Achille Lemont about France. It shows Jews and Freemasons—numbering only 200,000, yet—imposing their political and cultural will over 34 million French Catholics.

Judeo-Masonry (and its cognate Judeo-Masonic) is a phrase used to infer a metapolitical convergence in the interests of international Jewry and Freemasonry along with its kindred sub-societies, manifesting in a general zeitgeist toward a material common end. "Freemasonry" in this context, is often used as a catch-all phrase to describe Freemasons that are political liberals and their affiliated culture.

The concept was particularly common in the late 18th century to the 20th century, until Communism came to be regarded as superseding Freemasonry. Some theorists simply regard communism and internationalism as an extension and component of the convergence against organic society.

The concept was initially expressed by political conservatives, monarchists (particularly those of a legitimist or Tsarist disposition) and traditional Christians following the Revolution in France. The Protocols of the Elders of Zion—regardless of its true authorship—roughly based on the activities of Adolphe Crémieux and others, is perhaps the most famous manifestation of this in writing. The idea was also accepted under National Socialism and governments such as Vichy France and Francoist Spain. Popular perception in some circles has once again warmed up to the idea as factual in more recent times, as hostility towards globalism and the New World Order builds.

History

Origins controversy and Kabbalism

Main articles: Kabbalah among Europeans and Judaising.

Throughout much of its existence, the origins of freemasonry have been a subject of mystery and speculation. Some people, including several Jews themselves, have claimed that freemasonry was founded by Jews, due to the esoteric symbolism derived from the Kabbalah featuring in many of its degrees. However, this is unlikely; most serious scholars, relying on documentary evidence, hold that freemasonry in its subsequent organised form, was founded in Scotland during the 16th century. This link is betrayed in some of the organisation's fanciful pseudo-history, such as the concept of the surpressed Knights Templars coming to save Robert the Bruce at the Battle of Bannockburn and then founding freemasonry at Rosslyn Chapel. Indeed, in 1723 the document entitled The Constitutions of the Free-Masons was authored by James Anderson, a Presbytarian minister in the Church of Scotland, making direct Jewish origins highly unlikely.

Kabbalistic symbol from freemason Eliphas Levi. God is portrayed as a demon in the reflection; a principle of occultic magic is "as above, so below".

The entry of the Kabbalah—Jewish mysticism developed roughly around the 12th century, derived from the Talmud— into the conciousness of European gentiles itself, long predates freemasonry. The initial catalyst was certain strands of the Renaissance, which revived interest in various esoteric subjects, including also Hermeticism and Neoplatonism, bringing them together into a syncretic medley. At the forefront of this movement was Giovanni Pico della Mirandola, who fell under the influence of Talmudic Jews such as Yohanan Alemanno, Elia del Medigo, Flavius Mithridates and Judah Leon Abravanel amongst others who are said to have taught him the Kabbalah while he was staying at Perugia. This introduced the system into a heterodox syncretic concept of Christianity. With the dawning of proto-Protestantism, it continued notably through Johann Reuchlin, Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa, Paracelsus, John Dee and Jakob Böhme, whose work inspired the Rosicrucians.

This purported secret society and mystical movement was somewhat connected to early Lutheranism, however it was deemed heterodox by the ascent of Lutheran Orthodoxy in 1580. It is in any case Rosicrucianism that freemasonry finds an immediate predecessor in esoteric matters, though connected to a protracted Kabbalistic tendancy infiltrated into European culture since the Renaissance; thus freemasonry can be said to be in significant part metaphysically Jewish, though no evidence exists to suggest it was founded organisationally by them. Freemasonic symbolism also draws from Hermeticism, alchemy and other sources. Some later rites have explicitly Jewish founders however, particularly in the area of supposed "Egyptian freemasonry", such as the Rite of Misraim founded by the Bedarride brothers.

Revolution in France: Judeo-Masonic?

The involvement of Judeo-Masonry in the events leading up to and surrounding the Revolution of 1789 in France is one which has gained a lot of attention in the metapolitical history of modernity. The Revolution gained for the liberal project control of a major Continental European nation to the detriment of the traditional order of the Ancien Régime's pilars of throne and altar. In the period following, it would spread to many other nations. The siren call, exposing masonic involvement was first raised in two major works; Proofs of a Conspiracy in 1791 by a former freemason professor John Robison and the Memoirs Illustrating the History of Jacobinism in 1798 by a Jesuit priest Augustin Barruel.

Esoterica: nods-and-winks in degrees

Jewel associated with Royal Arch degree where the masons pledge allegiance to Jewry.

Masonic "values" and Jewish interests

Famous Judeo-Masons

Gallery

Videos

The Noahide Deception Part 05 - Judeo-Freemasonry
Jura Lina - The Jewish Hand in Bolshevism/Communism Not Mentioned at School (Full Movie)

References

  1. Pike 2004, p. 741.
  2. Pike 2004, p. 744.
  3. Malcolm C Duncan (1866). "Duncan's Masonic Ritual and Monitor".  External link in |title= (help) (in Freemasonic)
  4. Lachman 2005, p. 19.
  5. Don Karr (1995). "The Study of Christian Cabala in English".  External link in |title= (help)
  6. New English Review (December 2009). "Judeo-Masonic Thought and the Birth of the Modern".  External link in |title= (help) (in Jewish)
  7. Aria Nuova (December 2009). "Max Théon".  External link in |title= (help) (in Freemasonic)
  8. Samuel Scarborough (December 2009). "The Influence of Egypt on the Modern Western Mystery Tradition: The Hermetic Brotherhood of Luxor".  External link in |title= (help) (in Freemasonic)
  9. Hoffmann 2000, p. 182.
  10. "Satan on Our Dollar! The Masonic Seal of America". Jesus is Savior. Retrieved 2013-12-01. 

Bibliography

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