Tuesday, October 24, 2006

South American Revolution Masonic

CR- While I respect Hugo Chavez for standing against the NWO-Mason inspired, he is a large supporter of Simon Bolivar and Bolivar's system, known as "Bolivarianism,"often quoting the Bible and declaring Christ was a socialist. One prays that Chavez continues to resist the NWO and USA's attempts at World Govt through NAFTA, CAFTA, Etc (the EU was formed first by selling economic trade as a crack to open). Lets pray the Chavez endorses, instead, Subsidiarity/Distributism. From a Masonic site, there is this:

(Pic is of Pope Clement XII)
by Elmer E. Rogers 33 degree

The minds of liberty-conscious souls of North and South Americaturned to the beautiful little city, Bolivar, Missouri, on July 5,1948. There the imposing 7-foot bronze figure of Simon Bolivar,South America's Liberator and a Mason, standing on a marble base 11feet high, the gift of Venezuela, was unveiled. As was due one of his social standing, Bolivar was received in audience by the Pope.But one age-old custom at the Holy See, always expected of visitors at such audiences, is that of kissing the Pope's foot.This Bolivar refused to do, "looking the other way." Asked by the Spanish Ambassador, who had taken him to the Vatican, why he had not conformed to the custom, he curtly replied that his respect for the high office of the Pontiff should not be measured by an act of servility.

Like Thomas Jefferson, who had visited Europe, Bolivar saw much and reflected much on the causes of the despair, squalor anddegradation of the masses in Rome and the larger cities of France,Italy and Spain, where Romanism so largely prevailed(1). Having observed the same conditions in his own country, he, a few mornings after his audience with the Pope, climbed to the top of Mount Aventin with his faithful Rodriguez. There, while meditating amidst the ruins caused by the defiance of the power of aristocracy by the people, Bolivar suddenly saw a great light and, throwing his handsheavenward, is said to have taken a vow to devote his life to freeing his own land from the oppressive power of Spain. (2)

Bolivar had spent much time in Paris and there became a Mason in the York Rite and received the Scottish Rite Degrees as far as the30th Degree.

The spirit of revolt having been participated in early by General Miranda, a Mason, who had served under George Washington in the War for Independence, Bolivar was sent by the junta to England to call him back from exile to the colors of the Revolutionaries. Hereturned and headed the revolutionary forces with Bolivar as one of his generals.

Having planned these battles with General Sucre, a Mason, Bolivar went to Lima to organize a civic government and to call a constitutional convention.Intrepid, hopeful, farsighted, indomitable, and profound in his thinking for the welfare of mankind, Bolivar proclaimed, to those who had the vision to see, the following Masonic principles as his life ebbed to the shores beyond:

"All of you must work for the inestimable good of the Union; thepeople obeying the government in order to avoid anarchy; theministers praying to heaven for guidance; and the military usingits sword in defense of social guaranties. . . . If my death contributes to the end of partisanship and the consolidation of the Union, I shall be lowered in peace into my grave."

1. Notice the use of "Romanism", the same term used by those of Reformed Protestantism and a few others. As someone once told me, first the Protestant Revolt, then degradation to Masonary.
2. 2 Corinthians 11 14 And no wonder: for Satan himself transformeth himself into an angel of light.

Bolivar failed to test the spirits, but thought he got some divine revealation to class warfare and division. Antoher example of the rich leading the common people to slavery through man's systems of class warfare, socialism, etc (like Attlee, Lenin, etc).

(Pope Leo XIII, the great opponent of Masons)

From a Virginia Masonic site:http://www.grandlodgeofvirginia.org/whomason.htm:

Masons (also known as Freemasons) belong to the oldest and largest fraternal organization in the world. Today, there are more than two million Freemasons in North America. Masons represent virtually every occupation and profession, yet within the Fraternity, all meet as equals. Masons come from diverse political ideologies, yet meet as friends. Masons come from varied religious beliefs and creeds, yet all believe in one God.

Many of North America's early patriots were Freemasons. Thirteen signers of the Constitution and fourteen Presidents of the United States, including George Washington, were Masons. In Canada, the Father of the Confederation, Sir John A. MacDonald, was a Mason, as were other early Canadian and American leaders.

One of the most fascinating aspects of Freemasonry is how so many men, from so many different walks of life, can meet together in peace, always conducting their affairs in harmony and friendship and calling each other "Brother."

Several Masonic Principles Are:

Faith must be the center of our lives.
All men and women are the children of God.
No one has the right to tell another person what he or she must think or believe. (1)
Each person has a responsibility to be a good citizen, obeying the law.
It is important to work to make the world a better place for all.
Honor and integrity are keys to a meaningful life.

Notable Masons:

Eddy Arnold Roy Acuff Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin Gene Autry L. Van Beethoven Irving Berlin Simon Bolivar Gutzon Borglum Ernest Borgnine Omar Bradley Richard E. Byrd DeWitt Clinton Ty Cobb George M. Cohan Davy Crockett Norm Crosby Cecil B. deMille Jack Dempsey John Diefenbaker Jimmy Doolittle Duke Ellington Sir Alexander Fleming Gerald R. Ford Henry Ford
Benjamin Franklin Clark Gable Benjamin Gilman John Glenn Arthur Godfrey Barry Goldwater John Hancock Harry Hershfield Harry Houdini Sam Houston Hubert H. Humphrey Burl Ives Andrew Jackson Al Jolson John Paul Jones Jack Kemp Rudyard Kipling Marquis de Lafayette Fiorello LaGuardia Charles Lindberg Douglas MacArthur George C.Marshall Thurgood Marshall Charles W. Mayo

William McKinley Lauritz Melchior James Monroe Wolfgang A. Mozart Arnold Palmer Dr. Norman V. Peale J.C. Penny John Pershing Eddie Rickenbacker Branch Rickey Will Rogers Theodore Roosevelt Franklin D.Roosevelt David Sarnoff Jean Sibelius Red Skelton John Philip Sousa Danny Thomas Dave Thomas Lowell Thomas Harry S. Truman George Washington Thomas J. Watson John Wayne(2)

Men Of Character And Integrity Join The Masons

Most are men who go about their jobs and professions with no hint they are Freemasons except for the way they lead their lives. Many are readily recognizable by name, face, or accomplishment. George Washington and thirteen other Presidents, eight Vice Presidents and forty-two Justices of the Supreme Court have been Masons.

Also, there is this site
A belief in God
Believe in the Fatherhood of God and the Brotherhood of man
Male and at least 21 years old
Be a resident of Kentucky
Be recommended by 2 members of the Lodge
Receive a unanimous ballot for membership (3)


1. This means, obviously, the Pope, Bishops, etc. It also allows for many abuses condemened by Pope Pius IX in his Syllabus of Errors.

2. As far as the USA Founders, one wonders if some wer Mason before or after their involvement of the Revolution, in other words, did they join due to their intermingling w/Washington, Franklin, etc? Lafayette should have known better. When he joined would be interesting. Masons like to recruit from the power elite.

3 .No mention of Christ, just the usual syncretism and mingling of who knows who/what.

Papal Encyclicals Condeming Masons:

1. In Eminenti - EnglishIN EMINENTI ON FREEMASONRY PAPAL BULL OF POPE CLEMENT XII April 28, 1738 CLEMENT, BISHOP, Servant of the Servants of God to all the faithful, Salutation, and Apostolic

2. Pope Leo XIIIQuella Fede (On Freemasonry) December 8, 1892 Dall'alto ... apostolico Seggio (On Freemasonry in Italy) October 15, 1890 ... Humanum Genus (On Freemasonry) April 20, 1884 Iampridem (Onhttp://www.papalencyclicals.net/Leo13/index.htm

3. DALL'ALTO DELL'APOSTOLICO SEGGIOON FREEMASONRY IN ITALY DALL'ALTO DELL'APOSTOLICO SEGGIO ... designs and action of Freemasonry in Italy. Yes, this system is ... carried out wherever Freemasonry uses its impious and wickedhttp://www.papalencyclicals.net/Leo13/l13ms1.htm

4. INIMICA VISON FREEMASONRY INIMICA VIS Encyclical of Pope Leo XIII promulgated on December 8, 1892. To the Bishops of Italy. The enemy forces, inspired by the evil spirit, ever wage war on http://www.papalencyclicals.net/Leo13/l13ms4.htm

5. Pope Clement XII1241 Honorius III 1216-1227 Pope Clement XII July 12, 1730 - February 6, 1740 In eminenti - Papal Bull dealing with the condemnation of Freemasonry (April 28, 1738) English /Latin http://www.papalencyclicals.net/Clem12/index.htm

6. CUSTODI DI QUELLA FEDEON FREEMASONRY CUSTODI DI QUELLA FEDE Encyclical of Pope Leo XIII promulgated on December 8, 1892. To the Italian People. Guardians of that faith to which the Christian nations http://www.papalencyclicals.net/Leo13/l13ms3.htm

7. QUOD APOSTOLICI MUNERISQUOD APOSTOLICI MUNERIS ENCYCLICAL OF POPE LEO Xlll ON SOCIALISM DECEMBER 28, 1878 To the Patriarchs, Primates, Archbishops, and Bishops of the Catholic World in Grace and Communionhttp://www.papalencyclicals.net/Leo13/l13apost.htm

8. Praeclara Gratulationis PublicaePRAECLARA GRATULATIONIS PUBLICAE THE REUNION OF CHRISTENDOM Encyclical Letter of Pope Leo XIII June 20, 1894 To Our Venerable Brethren, all Patriarchs, Primates, Archbishops and Bishopshttp://www.papalencyclicals.net/Leo13/l13praec.htm

9. HUMANUM GENUSHUMANUM GENUS ENCYCLICAL OF POPE LEO XIII ON FREEMASONRY APRIL 20, 1884 To the Patriarchs, Primates, Archbishops, and Bishops of the Catholic World in Grace and Communion with hehttp://www.papalencyclicals.net/Leo13/l13human.htm

10. OFFICIO SANCTISSIMOON THE CHURCH IN BAVARIA OFFICIO SANCTISSIMO Encyclical of Pope Leo XIII promulgated on December 22, 1887. To Our Venerable Brethren the Archbishops and Bishops of Bavaria. Venerablehttp://www.papalencyclicals.net/Leo13/l13bav.htm


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