FREEMASONRY

Reason Liberates.  Liberty Enlightens.

Having worked across the U.S. military and intelligence communities, I have seen conspiracy theories from the inside. I have seen how small bits of information, when leaked to the public, spawn inaccurate beliefs about things like the "deep state" and alien technologies. It's an enlightening moment to see first-hand the unremarkable truth of an event that then becomes a wild theory.

I approached Freemasonry with this perspective in mind. Contrary to the conspiracy theories, Freemasons do not control the world, worship Satan, or whatever. But, there is a secret plan in motion, and nearly all Freemasons do not know about it. My conclusions are not circumstantial. They are concrete, anchored only in fact, and proven beyond all reasonable doubt. Theirs is not a conspiracy, aiming for control; it is a plan that promotes individual liberty.

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Dig Here: Oak Island treasure pinpointed

The Oak Island treasure mystery is proven to be part of a Scottish Rite Freemason plan, and the exact location of its treasure is pinpointed. There is only one place that a Freemason would bury a treasure on Oak Island: at the Knowledge Point. Seek the Light of knowledge at the Knowledge Point!

Sigil of Lucifer - Scottish Rite's symbol of liberty

Scottish Rite Freemasons created a map depicting the Sigil of Lucifer on the American east coast, starting prior to 1713. Oak Island, the Newport Tower, and the Statue of Liberty are landmarks on this map.

Manhattan Masonic obelisks explained

Three Masonic obelisks in Manhattan are the key to deciphering a Scottish Rite map hidden in plain site on the North American landscape that includes the Newport Tower and Oak Island. These obelisks form a line bearing 26-degrees that intersects the Empire State Building (on 33rd St), 26 Broadway, 233 Broadway, and other buildings, most being designed by two Freemason architects.

Columbus's Signature

Not every unexplained observation can be considered to be evidence of some larger plan. Maybe it is, maybe it isn't. I still enjoy finding hidden "patterns."

In this case, note that Columbus's signature contains an odd series of letters that are an anagram for "freemason."

MAsonRY and the Virgin Mary

Not every unexplained observation can be considered to be evidence of some larger plan. Maybe it is, maybe it isn't. I still enjoy finding hidden "patterns."

In this case, note that the word masonry is Mary enclosing her Son. This observation might relate to the two U.S. states that enclose the diamond-shaped capital. These states can be shortened to spell Virgin Mary.

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