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Interviewed by the Supreme Council

The first day was devoted to registration, briefings and interviews. We were all called into one of the offices, one at a time, and interviewed by three members of the Supreme Council. When my turn came I was ushered into the office and seated. The very first question I was asked was, “Of what religion are you?” Not long before this I would have answered with something like, “I believe the Ancient Mysteries, the ‘Old Religion,’ and I believe in reincarnation.” However, without thinking at all about how to answer, I found myself saying, “I m a Christian,”

Then, to my surprise, and theirs, I asked of them, “ Are you men born again?”

The man in charge quickly stopped me by saying “We’re not here to talk about that - we are here to ask you questions.”
After they sent me back out I sat down and thought about it. When the next man came out, I asked him, “Did they ask you if you are a Christian?” He said, “Yes, they did.”

“What did you tell them?” I asked, and he replied,
“I told them ‘Hell no, and I never intend to be!’”

Then he said a strange thing to me, “They said I’m going higher,” and he left through a different door, looking pleased.

(Extract from ‘The deadly deception’ by Jim Shaw. *33rd degree.* Knight Commander of the Court of Honour. *Past Worshipful Master, Blue Lodge * Past Master of all Scottish Rite bodies)


 page 207, 'Masonry - beyond the Light' by William Schnoebelen. Pages 184-189 give details of his involvement in and his understanding of the 'Illuminati'

The Illuminati

According to our research, the first group that used the masonic lodge for their evil designs was the infamous Bavarian Illuminati.  This secret society was officially formed by Adam Weishaupt, professor of canon law at Ingolstadt University, on may 1st 1776.  As the evil plans of the Illuminati began to leak out, brave men took a stand and raised their voices in protest. One such man was John Robinson, a professor of Natural Philosophy at Edinburgh University and General secretary of the Royal Society of Edinburgh.  In his book Proofs of a conspiracy, which was originally published in 1798, Robinson documented how Masonry served as the nursery school for the Illuminati.  It was then discovered that this group and several associated lodges were the preparation school for another order of masons, who called themselves the Illuminated, and that the express aim of this order was to abolish Christianity and overturn all civil government.

Article by David Carrico on Page 190 'The Dark side of Freemasonry', Edited by Ed Decker

The O.T.O  (The Ordo Templi  Orientis)

In 1912, while holding the rank of 33rd degree Mason, Aleister Crowley became head of the British O.T.O.  He proudly called the O.T.O. 'true freemasonry'.

How close is the connection between freemasonry and  the O.T.O?  Masonic historian Francis King  reveals a closer connection than most Freemasons would ever dare to admit.  'For the O.T.O not only had, as we shall see, connections with spurious and clandestine  Masonic groups but functioned as a recruiting office for one of these, for in the 'Classification of members by degrees' appended to Ruess's document is clearly stated  that "candidates are made Freemasons by the directing members (Fratres Superiores) of the O.T.O   (Page 13, 'The secret Rituals of the O.T.O ' Francis King )

'With my hawk's beak I peck out the eyes of Jesus as He hangs upon the cross'

Extract from The Book of the Law (The Equinox vol. 3) that the O.T.O endorsed as a perfect transmission of the divine and a luminous vehicle of truth that can serve as an infallible guide to human conduct 

Article by David Carrico on Page 190 'The Dark side of Freemasonry', Edited by Ed Decker


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