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Order of Free Gardeners       From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Order of Free Gardeners is a fraternal society that was founded in Scotland in the middle of the 17th Century and later spread to England and Ireland. Like numerous other friendly societies of the time, its principal aim was the…

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The Foundation of Universal Freemasonry By Wor. Bro. Frederic L. Milliken It had to happen sooner or later. It was only a matter of time. All the racism, homophobia, regulations reminiscent of the US Army, the jockeying for power, the behind the scenes maneuvering, the smoke filled rooms, elections that are a sham,…

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Secret History of the Freemasons       This documentary provides insights into Freemasonry. Although Freemasonry claims to not be a religion, documentary evidence proves otherwise. In fact, Masonic literature and doctrine exposes Freemasonry as a Luciferian religion. Lucifer is the ‘god’ of…

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The Matthew Cooke Manuscript       Source: Wikipedia The Matthew Cooke Manuscript is the oldest of a class of about one hundred early documents known as Freemasonry’s Gothic Constitutions, and the second oldest known manuscript in Masonic history. Typically, the Gothic Constitutions included an…

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Broken column       Source: Mackey’s Encyclopedia of Freemasonry Among the Hebrews, columns, or pillars, were used metaphorically to signify princes or nobles, as if they were the pillars of a state. Thus (in Psalm xi, 3), the passage, reading in our translation, “If the foundations be…

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Abiff       Source: Mackey’s Encyclopedia of Freemasonry (or ABIF, or perhaps more correctly ABIV). A name appeared in scripture to that celebrated builder who was sent to Jerusalem by King Hiram, of Tyre, to superintend the construction of the Temple. The word, which in the original Hebrew is…

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