Secret Archive: Jack the Ripper Was a Freemason Committing Ritualistic Murders

By VC — Vigilant Citizen Dec 1, 2015

Michael Maybrick photographed in 1907. Writer Bruce Robinson believes Maybrick was really Jack the Ripper

Michael Maybrick photographed in 1907. Writer Bruce Robinson believes Maybrick was really Jack the Ripper

The release of secret archive reveals that the British elite was overwhelmingly Masonic and that Jack the Ripper was protected by the Masonic police force.
Ancestry recently made public a secret archive containing the names of over two million British Freemasons from 1733 to 1923. The list “reveals the extent of Masonic influence in the upper reaches of society at the height of Britain’s imperial grandeur”. It also includes the name of one who is thought to be Jack the Ripper.
According to new records, Jack the Ripper was an obscure singer whose identity was shielded by fellow Masons. His murders were intricately planned Masonic rituals.
In the book They All Love Jack: Busting the Ripper, (author Bruce) Robinson argues that all of the Ripper killings bore the stamp of Masonic ritual; the symbol of a pair of compasses carved into the face of Catherine Eddowes, the removal of meal buttons and coins from the bodies of Eddowes and Annie Chapman and the cryptic graffiti daubed on a wall in Goulston Street, which he says was “the most flagrant clue of all.”
The new archives prove for the first time that singer Maybrick and his brother James were both masons.
– The Telegraph, Was Titanic inquiry scuppered by the Freemasons?

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