Freemasonry, Church and Monarchy
Whoever knows the “underhand dealings” of last Masonic history also
knows what kind of man our “beloved” Father Anderson (Anglican priest)
So by knowing what he used to be, what he did, why, or better who he “worked
on”, we wouldn’t ask ourselves so many questions. In this case we’d
begin questioning even those Landmarks that many people think to be “carved
in rock”, but actually they smell not so good at all!
Here’s my suggestion. Look in our website for the article called: Landmarks.
You’ll find more information, and above all many of the original Landmarks
that were “burned” by Father Anderson’s acolytes. You will
also find a Lodge admission form being composed not by the 3 poor little questions
of today’s candidate testament, but by 33 (pure chance?) very different
Dear Morris, in many cases only a deep and impartial research can save us
from conformisms flowing from “sovereign powers” dogmas. I’m
telling you: «look in the direction of common interests of Church and
Monarchy and you’ll also make out the “modern” face of Freemasonry.
As you know, the head of English Freemasonry, as well as the head of their Church,
is the Queen herself. An Italian example of this kind can be found in the Order
of the knights of Malta, whose real head is not the G.M. but the pope».
Esonet Editorial Staff