Freemasonry, also called royal art – secret clubs that are only accessible to the powerful of this world. The origins of Freemasonry date back to the 17th century, although similar associations were founded earlier. A touch of mystery, initiations, rituals and exclusivity give participants the feeling of belonging to the masters of the world. It is no wonder that many rulers and power-hungry people have fun in secret lodges, especially since the Masonic community is not limited to fun and secret meetings. Kla.tv has prepared a film with documentation about initiated Freemasons for you, which shows the goals and working methods of modern Freemasonry.
The film documents the membership of many famous personalities in Masonic lodges. The founder of American democracy, George Washington, recorded this information on several monuments.
The next photo would be a sensation today if it were not from the APEC meeting in Vietnam on November 19, 2006. Source. APEC members include Australia, Brunei, Canada, Chile, China, Chinese Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Papua, New Guinea, Peru, Philippines, Russia, Singapore, South Korea, Chinese Taipei, Thailand, United States and Vietnam.
Although these presidents were Freemasons, they did not disguise themselves to perform Masonic exorcisms. They also took “draconian measures” just 14 years later. As you can see, manipulation is not exclusive to the mainstream media. However, if I were to estimate the proportions, I would guess 1:100 in favor of the mainstream media.
Contrary to popular belief, the pyramid symbol with the Eye of Providence on American dollars is not a Masonic symbol. This symbol was created for inclusion in the Great Seal of the United States (both sides of which adorn the American one dollar bill). The designers responsible for the design were not Freemasons. Source in Polish.
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Author of the article: Marek Wojcik