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George Washington - Freemason and first President
« on: October 15, 2017, 10:09:23 AM »
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  • Why does the title, "Freemason" come before "first President"?

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    Re: George Washington - Freemason and first President
    « Reply #1 on: October 15, 2017, 10:34:28 AM »
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  • While I agree with the premise, could it be that this monument is made by and on Freemason ground. Therefore it could be sort of an advertisement for the Freemasons.
    Nifty little slice of "Amerikaaba" though; who's for Hajj?

    Kidding(?) aside it is literally, at least operatively, masonry so, "How'd we not see that comin'?"

    "On the square..." :jester:

    "C'mon now, level with me bro..."
    "Lord, have mercy".


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    Re: George Washington - Freemason and first President
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  • Washington Rejects Masonry

    What Washington Was About!

     

           "George Washington was born in the State of Virginia, in the year 1732. He died at Mount Vernon, Virginia, on December 14, 1799, on the eve of the octave of the Immaculate Conception. His mother's name was Mary.
     
            "George Washington was noticeably unhappy in the heretical beliefs in which he was brought up. The Masons who were in his day starting to control Europe, tried hard to involve Washington. They invited him to enlist in their ranks. He consented and became a Mason. When he fully discovered their purposes, he avoided them. On September 25, 1798, speaking of the Masonic lodges, he wrote: 'The fact is, I presided over none, nor have I been in one more than once or twice within the last thirty years.'
     
            "George Washington had a devotion and repeatedly uttered reverence for the Holy Name of Jesus. He went out of his way, in the year 1776, to issue to the Colonial troops a warning and a threat of what would happen to them-both from God and from him-if they dared to violate in their conversation the Holy Name of Jesus. He said: 'The General is sorry to be informed that the foolish, and wicked practice, of profane cursing and swearing (a Vice heretofore little known in an American Army) is growing into fashion; he hopes the officers will, by example, as well as influence, endeavour to check it, and that both they, and the men will reflect, that we can have little hopes of the blessing of Heaven on our Arms, if we insult it by our impiety, and folly; added to this, it is a vice so mean and low, without any temptation, that every man of sense, and character, detests and despises it.'
     
            "George Washington always said grace before meals, blessing himself, when he did so, with the Sign of the Cross.
     
            "George Washington, first President of the United States, in the later years of his life kept on the wall of his banquet room a beautiful picture of Mary, the Mother of God. Many people of different faiths who dined with Washington noticed this picture, and remarked about it with quiet and troubled voices when they left. Washington would never take it down. It is still somewhere in his home in Mount Vernon, where he spent the last few years of his life.
     
            "And then came the time for Washington to die. It was a sudden death. Not long before he breathed his last, he sent for a Catholic priest, indeed, a Jesuit, who stood at his bedside and fulfilled the purpose for which he was called. The simple Jesuit priests who used to live in Lower Maryland in days gone by well knew this fact."

      

    Washington Against Illuminati!

     

           The real foundations of the plot of the takeover of the United States were laid during the period of our Civil War. Not that Weishaupt and the earlier masterminds had ever overlooked the new world, as I have previously indicated Weishaupt had his agents planted over here as far back as the Revolutionary War, but George Washington was more than a match for them.

     

    (From "The Illuminati and the Counsel On Foreign Relations" By Myron Fagan)


    Washington Against Masonry!

     

           "...George Washington said he had only been to the masonic lodge once or twice in 30 years, called masonry "child's play", and later did not want to be associated with the masons..."

     

    Slaves Held Washington Died Baptized Catholic

           "New York - It was a long tradition among both the Maryland Province Jesuit Fathers and the Negro slaves of the Washington plantation and those of the surrounding area that the First President died a Catholic. These and other facts about George Washington are reported in the Paulist Information magazine by Doran Hurley.
     
            "The story is that Father Leonard Neale, S.J., was called to Mount Vernon from St Mary's Mission across the Piscatawney River four hours before Washington's death. Tradition also holds that shortly after Washington's death Father Neale sent a heavily sealed packet to Rome. If this be

     
    true, it may yet turn up in the Vatican archives, or it may have been lost during the Jesuits' hidden years.
     
            "Washington's body servant Juba is authority for the fact that the General made the Sign of the Cross at meals. He may have learned this from his Catholic lieutenants, Stephen Moylan or John Fitzgerald. At Valley Forge, Washington forbade the burning in effigy of the Pontiff on "Pope's Day." Several times as President he is reported to have slipped into a Catholic church to hear Sunday Mass."

     

    (From the newspaper from Denver entitled: "The Register, Feb 24, 1957")

     

    George Washington Kept Picture Of Blessed
     Virgin, Records Show

           "Washington - (Special) - A picture of the Blessed Virgin Mary and one of St. John were among the effects found in an inventory of the articles at Mount Vernon at the death of George Washington, first president of the U.S.A. The Rev. W.C. Repetti, S.J., archivist at Georgetown University, reports he has discovered this information in an appendix to a biography of Washington.
     
            "The book is a LIFE OF GEORGE WASHINGTON by Edward Everett, published by Sheldon & Co. in New York in 1860. Appendix No. 2 pages 286-7, lists an official 'inventory of articles at Mt. Vernon with appraised values annexed. Taken by sworn appraisers after the decease of General Washington,' the list includes:
                          1 Likeness of St. John        15.00
                          1 Likeness of Virgin Mary    15.00
     
            "The fact that he had a picture of the Blessed Virgin is rather unexpected, and, to the best of my knowledge, has not been brought out,' says Father Repetti.

           "The long report among slaves of Mount Vernon as to Washington's deathbed conversion would be odd unless based on truth. These were not Catholic Negroes! Supposedly, Father Neale was rowed across the Piscatawney by Negro oarsmen; and men often talked freely when slaves were nearby, confidently ignoring their presence."

     

    (From the newspaper from Denver entitled: "The Register, Feb 24, 1957")
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    Re: George Washington - Freemason and first President
    « Reply #3 on: October 15, 2017, 11:08:38 AM »
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  • Just had "Elvis," now "George Washington..."
    Who's the next victim?

    May somebody please explain away my sinful life when I die? Just another"victim"of the circumstances...

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    Re: George Washington - Freemason and first President
    « Reply #4 on: October 15, 2017, 01:13:03 PM »
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  • I remember Fr. Jenkins being very suspicious of the claim that Washington was a freemason.  He was not convinced it was true.  He said that the masons like to place an apron on anyone and everyone.  
    "A secure mind is like a continual feast" - Proverbs xv: 15


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    Re: George Washington - Freemason and first President
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  •    It is an understandable thing to joke about, but considering how much they are condemned by the highest authority, how is it not really accusing someone of very high crimes, if not secular ones?





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    Re: George Washington - Freemason and first President
    « Reply #6 on: October 15, 2017, 01:49:39 PM »
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  • I thought it was well known that Washington had a deathbed conversion.

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    Re: George Washington - Freemason and first President
    « Reply #7 on: October 15, 2017, 01:59:34 PM »
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  •    That would be a good thing to know'; well?

       Specs would be great, for if one has faithfully departed isn't it just to make amends, say with some prayers for their final repose in the beatific vision instead of unwittingly propagating the lies of an enemy?

      Please, someone properly instruct the ignorant; it would surely be a far better subject than certain other topics better unnamed.
    "Lord, have mercy".


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    Re: George Washington - Freemason and first President
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  • Washington Rejects Masonry

    What Washington Was About!

     

          "George Washington was born in the State of Virginia, in the year 1732. He died at Mount Vernon, Virginia, on December 14, 1799, on the eve of the octave of the Immaculate Conception. His mother's name was Mary.
     
            "George Washington was noticeably unhappy in the heretical beliefs in which he was brought up. The Masons who were in his day starting to control Europe, tried hard to involve Washington. They invited him to enlist in their ranks. He consented and became a Mason. When he fully discovered their purposes, he avoided them. On September 25, 1798, speaking of the Masonic lodges, he wrote: 'The fact is, I presided over none, nor have I been in one more than once or twice within the last thirty years.'
     
            "George Washington had a devotion and repeatedly uttered reverence for the Holy Name of Jesus. He went out of his way, in the year 1776, to issue to the Colonial troops a warning and a threat of what would happen to them-both from God and from him-if they dared to violate in their conversation the Holy Name of Jesus. He said: 'The General is sorry to be informed that the foolish, and wicked practice, of profane cursing and swearing (a Vice heretofore little known in an American Army) is growing into fashion; he hopes the officers will, by example, as well as influence, endeavour to check it, and that both they, and the men will reflect, that we can have little hopes of the blessing of Heaven on our Arms, if we insult it by our impiety, and folly; added to this, it is a vice so mean and low, without any temptation, that every man of sense, and character, detests and despises it.'
     
            "George Washington always said grace before meals, blessing himself, when he did so, with the Sign of the Cross.
     
            "George Washington, first President of the United States, in the later years of his life kept on the wall of his banquet room a beautiful picture of Mary, the Mother of God. Many people of different faiths who dined with Washington noticed this picture, and remarked about it with quiet and troubled voices when they left. Washington would never take it down. It is still somewhere in his home in Mount Vernon, where he spent the last few years of his life.
     
            "And then came the time for Washington to die. It was a sudden death. Not long before he breathed his last, he sent for a Catholic priest, indeed, a Jesuit, who stood at his bedside and fulfilled the purpose for which he was called. The simple Jesuit priests who used to live in Lower Maryland in days gone by well knew this fact."

     

    Washington Against Illuminati!

     

          The real foundations of the plot of the takeover of the United States were laid during the period of our Civil War. Not that Weishaupt and the earlier masterminds had ever overlooked the new world, as I have previously indicated Weishaupt had his agents planted over here as far back as the Revolutionary War, but George Washington was more than a match for them.

     

    (From "The Illuminati and the Counsel On Foreign Relations" By Myron Fagan)


    Washington Against Masonry!

     

          "...George Washington said he had only been to the masonic lodge once or twice in 30 years, called masonry "child's play", and later did not want to be associated with the masons..."

     

    Slaves Held Washington Died Baptized Catholic

          "New York - It was a long tradition among both the Maryland Province Jesuit Fathers and the Negro slaves of the Washington plantation and those of the surrounding area that the First President died a Catholic. These and other facts about George Washington are reported in the Paulist Information magazine by Doran Hurley.
     
            "The story is that Father Leonard Neale, S.J., was called to Mount Vernon from St Mary's Mission across the Piscatawney River four hours before Washington's death. Tradition also holds that shortly after Washington's death Father Neale sent a heavily sealed packet to Rome. If this be

     
    true, it may yet turn up in the Vatican archives, or it may have been lost during the Jesuits' hidden years.
     
            "Washington's body servant Juba is authority for the fact that the General made the Sign of the Cross at meals. He may have learned this from his Catholic lieutenants, Stephen Moylan or John Fitzgerald. At Valley Forge, Washington forbade the burning in effigy of the Pontiff on "Pope's Day." Several times as President he is reported to have slipped into a Catholic church to hear Sunday Mass."

     

    (From the newspaper from Denver entitled: "The Register, Feb 24, 1957")

     

    George Washington Kept Picture Of Blessed
     Virgin, Records Show

          "Washington - (Special) - A picture of the Blessed Virgin Mary and one of St. John were among the effects found in an inventory of the articles at Mount Vernon at the death of George Washington, first president of the U.S.A. The Rev. W.C. Repetti, S.J., archivist at Georgetown University, reports he has discovered this information in an appendix to a biography of Washington.
     
            "The book is a LIFE OF GEORGE WASHINGTON by Edward Everett, published by Sheldon & Co. in New York in 1860. Appendix No. 2 pages 286-7, lists an official 'inventory of articles at Mt. Vernon with appraised values annexed. Taken by sworn appraisers after the decease of General Washington,' the list includes:
                          1 Likeness of St. John        15.00
                          1 Likeness of Virgin Mary    15.00
     
            "The fact that he had a picture of the Blessed Virgin is rather unexpected, and, to the best of my knowledge, has not been brought out,' says Father Repetti.

          "The long report among slaves of Mount Vernon as to Washington's deathbed conversion would be odd unless based on truth. These were not Catholic Negroes! Supposedly, Father Neale was rowed across the Piscatawney by Negro oarsmen; and men often talked freely when slaves were nearby, confidently ignoring their presence."

     

    (From the newspaper from Denver entitled: "The Register, Feb 24, 1957")

    Thanks for posting all these references.
    I have always been taught that George Washington died as a Catholic.
    Lord have mercy.

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    Re: George Washington - Freemason and first President
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  • O you want to know what the Freemasons are nowadays?

    Then just look at the present ceremonial of the ChristianChurch. Look, it stands only for appearance, and this is also the case with the present Freemasons. Their emphasis is on empty ceremonies and phrases. They only pretend to help mankind, for although they have had kings and emperors and other eminent personages as their members, you can see from the behavior of the same how far the rights of mankind had been their paramount concern. What I once said to the Essenes, namely that they should do nothing secretly, but should do everything openly, should also be said to these present Freemasons. Their principle is: The human rights of equality. All are supposed to be “brothers”. Indeed, this is what they were and are. But only in the Lodge proper: outside of it all equality ceases and the king is again king and the impecunious compared to him a nonentity, since he is only used as a means to an end. Do you know what freemasonry should actually be? Even according to the articles of the present society, nothing else but the representation of the enactment of My second commandment, of neighborly love! How beautiful and elevating it would be if they all were in this sense Freemasons; however, not only in their assemblies, but during the whole course of their life, and very much would have been gained for My Kingdom.

    However, as long as they merely adhere to ceremonies, these are for the most part, like church ceremonies, an empty show behind which far higher things are hidden. And so the present members taking part in these ceremonies, knowing nothing of the actual reason, have hardly ever acted according to it. So you too, be Freemasons, however in the noblest sense of the word! Help the poor, who are your brothers. Whatever you do, do it as if in the sight of all, openly although you act in secret, for it suffices that you need not be ashamed in the presence of My all-seeing eyes, and do not bother with the other things!

    If you thus build the masonry of My teaching, free and open so that everyone can see it, you have the right to carry and deserve the title “Freemasons” rather than those who merely by certain hand-signs and other empty gestures make their brotherhood known to others. So follow My teaching, and I Myself shall be the first “Freemason” and your President (Master of the Chair) and within a short time we shall have built a protective wall of truth and love, which can be destroyed neither by time nor by elemental or political events! This for your enlightenment on freemasonry and its members, and how they should really be, but unfortunately are not. And so enough of it for today.

    Amen

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