(I didn’t write this article but it inspired a “eureka” moment. Of course! This explains why so many politicians are gay, and why homosexuality is being foisted on us. Why the UK elite is both Masonic and gay. Why phallic obelisks are everywhere. I edited a little. Emphasis mine. This was first posted last August. -HM)
The esoteric all-male group known as Freemasonry (or Masonry) has been controversial for many years, and has been connected to homosexuality by a number of researchers. “Why?” you may ask.
Albert Pike was Sovereign Grand Commander of the (Masonic) Scottish Rite’s Southern Jurisdiction from 1859-1891. He published a book called Morals and Dogma of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry in 1871, of which there were several subsequent editions. Citations from Pike’s magnum opus will be featured here.
Like other esoteric groups and some fraternities, the Masons have secret doctrines and initiations. Now, as Pike mysteriously put it, Freemasonry “conceals its secrets from all except the Adepts and Sages, or the Elect, and uses false explanations and misinterpretations of its symbols to mislead those who deserve only to be misled; to conceal the Truth, which it calls Light, from them, and to draw them away from it. Truth is not for those who are unworthy or unable to receive it, or would pervert it.”
Instead of Masons explicitly spelling out their secrets, they only obliquely impart them. Pike states: “What the Chiefs of the Order really believed and taught, is indicated to the Adepts by the hints contained in the high degrees of Free-masonry.”
Pike again: “The symbols and ceremonies of Masonry have more than one meaning. They rather conceal than disclose the Truth. They hint it only.” More: “We have hints, and not details,” “hints of the true objects and purposes of the Mysteries.” (The “Mysteries” are secret Masonic “Truths” and secret initiatory rituals.)
Pike speaks in enigmas because he can only hint at Masonic secrets. Masons take oaths not to reveal the group’s secrets.
Upper-level Masons even keep secrets from lower-level Masons. According to Pike, a lower-level Mason “is intentionally misled by false interpretations [of Masonic symbols]. It is not intended that he shall understand them [the symbols]; but it is intended that he shall imagine he understands them. Their true explication is reserved for the Adepts, the Princes of Masonry.”
Lower-level Masons are just dupes being used by the upper-level ones, the so-called “Princes of Masonry.”
Now, to direct our attention to the connection between Masonry and homosexuality: Are Masons using their power and influence to try to spread homosexual “values”? In the following enigmatic words, Pike seems to be saying that Mason [adepts] engage in homosexual oral sex.
He states that an initiate “commemorates in sacramental observance this mysterious passion; and while partaking of the raw flesh of the victim, seems to be invigorated by a fresh draught from the fountain of universal life….Hence the significance of the phallus.”
As is his wont, Pike does not explain these words. For example, he does not spell out what he means by “this mysterious passion.” But elsewhere in the book he twice notes that phallic worship is a part of their “Ancient Mysteries.”
Not only does homosexual sex apparently play a role in Masonry, but homosexual orgies evidently do too.
Pike, speaking in general of a newly initiated member, says: “he mingles with the crowd of Initiates, and, crowned with flowers, celebrates with them the holy orgies.” Needless to say, Pike does not define “holy orgy.” In at least two other locations in his book he mentions that orgies are associated with Masonic initiations. [Pike has a reputation for indulging in debaucheries as well as Satanic butchery. HM]
Now to return to Masonry—which, we should keep in mind—is an all-male group, Pike provides serious evidence of organizational sexism in Masonry via these words: “The love of woman cannot die out; and it has a terrible and uncontrollable fate.”
As usual, he does not explain what he means by this startling statement (but the heterophobic meaning seems obvious enough).
Elsewhere he stated that “Christianity…gave to woman her proper rank and influence; it regulated domestic life.”
In some circles it is a common opinion, misguided or not, that Christianity, especially Catholicism, places women at a lower rank than men because women cannot become priests or bishops or cardinals or popes and because wives are supposed to be submissive or subordinate to their husbands, generally speaking.
In sum, while Pike does not explicitly declare that women are inferior to men, or that they are unworthy of love, he does seem to strongly hint at that, just like he strongly hints at other things.
Freemasonry is still a force in America and the world. The fact that this group is evidently biased against women (who cannot join the group) and biased in favor of homosexual relationships should not go unmentioned, and neither should the very real possibility that this group is using its influence to try to impose pro-homosexual “values” on the public.
We’ll end this short essay with a quote from Masonic author Carl H. Claudy: “The real secrets of Masonry are never told, not even mouth to ear. For the real secret of Masonry is spoken to your heart, and from it to that of your brother [Mason]. Never the language made for tongue may speak it; it is uttered only in the language of the eye, in those manifestations of that love which a man has for his friend, which passeth all other loves, even that of woman.” Note those last four words.
Originally” “Freemasonry’s Connection to the Homosexual Movement”
http://www.home60515.com/23.html (source and Footnotes)
Related- Freemason Influence on Hip Hop (Youtube)
and Freemasonry Unmasked (Youtube)