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  • Frater X
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    Yes all in all I agree. There are of course simple errors of fact in each
    part which are addressed in the Live Radio broadcast which followed this
    series release: American Freedom Radio Network There will also be a full
    length DVD edited from the more than 3 and a half hours of footage recorded
    at the Type1 Congress! Stay Tuned!!!

  • WorshipInTruth
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    Adam Weishaupt was a Jesuit, Ramsey was a Jesuit (as acknowledged by
    scholars of both the gnostic-theosophist, atheist, Protestant and catholic
    persuasion) Ramsey and the Baron Von Hund were most assuredly loyal to the
    Jesuit order and the Jesuit connections to Weishaupt cannot be ignored
    (this professor of canon law would die a loyal Roman Catholic who devoted
    his life savings to the catholic church per the catholic encyclopedia).

  • WorshipInTruth
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    Oftentimes I hear people ignorantly claiming that the Bavarian Illuminati
    were “scientists opposed to the catholic church”, but in reality this is
    all FICTION from novels written by the likes of Dan Brown. The truth is
    that the Illuminati came from the monarchial types of Bavaria whom were
    mostly royal Princes (both Protestant and Catholic) whom were the students
    of the Jesuits. John Robinson (who was one of the greatest physicist in the
    world at that time) was opposed to the Illuminati.

  • WorshipInTruth
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    Oftentimes not enough is said of the greatness of the Scottish
    Enlightenment. These intellectuals of the Scottish Enlightenment were the
    most educated and literate men in the world at the time, they were largely
    Protestant liberty lovers who were opposed to the machinations of the
    authoritarian and spiritually corrupt machinations of the Jesuits.

  • WorshipInTruth
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    At the time it was traditional for a Scotsman to be a freemason (this is
    because of the Jesuits jacobite movement), but they began to see that there
    was a sinister influence hiding behind freemasonry which they associated
    with Jacobinism and the Illuminati. They began to speak against this
    sinister [continental] influence which seemed to be simultaneously catholic
    and atheistic (Jesuitical). Firm Bible Believers, they understood it all
    (physics, the occult sciences etc.).

  • WorshipInTruth
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    This man “Frater X” appears to be in the vein of the brilliant John
    Robinson who was also a loyal freemason that was slightly disillusioned
    with the “craft”.

  • WorshipInTruth
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    The Jesuitical “Templar” mythology is the corruption of freemasonry and at
    the same time the reason it was created in the first place.

  • WorshipInTruth
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    Eliphas Levi (whom the Luciferians such as Albert Pike were such fans) was
    a full blown Jesuit, taking upon himself a jewish name. Levi was along the
    lines of the infamous Cagliostro.

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