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July 4th’s Double…Part 12

4 July, 2015

Greeting and welcome to The Countdown to see what’s new on the menu.

Today, we continued the presentation (part 11) discussing some more historic ‘recipes’ they didn’t want you to know whilst attending the public school system…but as always do your own research. Tonight we finish the double-header with part 12…now:

In my last post of this series I noted that America is the product of Roman Catholic/Jesuit/Freemasonry. I want to continue with that thread for this post. This will help to provide background history that as you will recognize as not something taught in the public school.

When we think of Freemasonry, (the Speculative kind, not the early or original craft guild type), we need to speak of the occult, Kabbalah, black magick, satanism, spiritualism, and spiritism. All of these are forbidden by the Word of God. As we know, the dabbling in the occult are all very good ways of inviting demons into ones life. Masonry takes all the world religions, ignores their teachings, and comes up with its own blend of the enlightened man. This is what Masons mean by the “perfected man”. He belongs to a fraternity which on the surface puts up the facade of benevolence, all the while directing and corralling its initiates to its true god – who is, as Masonic Grand Master Albert Pike tells us is: “Lucifer, the Light-bearer!”

In a previous post, I noted the fact that Masons obsess on Old Testament themes, places, people, events, and even the KJV Bible itself. By now one will recognize the fixation on the man Enoch of Genesis. The problem with “Masonic tradition”, however, is that it rests on supposition rather than historical fact – beginning with the mythical story of Hiram Abiff who, according to Masonic tradition, was the “Grand Master” architect who oversaw the construction of Solomon’s temple. There is no historical evidence to support the Hiram Abiff myth. Freemasonry has always referred (unofficially) to various ancient esoteric schools of thought as the foundation of the philosophical tentets. Among these are Egyptian Hermeticism, the Pythagorean-Orphic mystery schools, and the Jewish Kabbalistic traditions of which my weekly detractor at this site who tries to discredit my posts. He is a member of the International Beit Din school of Jewish Kabbalah, of which ran afoul with the law into trouble with the Texas State’s Attorney General by issuing so-called academic degrees violating the State’s statutes pertaining to academic institutions of higher learning. I came across this fact indirectly when reading Kabbalistic information on the Internet, discovering this issue where the State of Texas State’s Attorney General “vacated” so-called academic degrees issued by this group. They were fined $175,000 for such fraud. I could never understand from his sources he quoted from when attacking my posts where he was coming from. I always quote from the basic Hebrew/Greek texts used by the KJV Bible translators as these are the only manuscripts that contain the “Heptadic Design Feature” that validates their authenticity. The Creator of the Universe saw the need one day to provide His “seal” of authenticity as Author, of His Written Word. This “Heptadic Design Feature” is not found in the manuscripts of Westcott & Hort, from which all modern Bible translations in English have been created.

Westcott & Hort were Romanist sympathetic servants in England and created their “New” corrupted Greek New Testament. The “Heptadic Design Feature” is not found in the Westcott & Hort text, nor any of the Catholic adopted ancient Codex, such as Codex Vaticanus or Codex Sinaiactus; and I might add not found in the bogus literature known as the Apocrypha and Pseudepigraphal writings. This “Heptadic Design Feature” was discovered by high-speed computer algorithms at Stanford University’s computer mathematics center decades ago. I digress so let me get back to more of the myths of Freemasonry.

Furthermore, the “Regius poem”, A.K.A. the Halliwell Manuscript”, (circa 1390 AD) is understood to be the oldest genuine record of the “Masonic Craft” known to exist. Yet it says absolutely nothing of Hiram Abiff on the building of King Solomon’s Temple. The glaring lack of evidence to support the existence of the Hiram Abiff myth by the early 15th Century is only too obvious. Clearly, the story of Hiram (Biblical Hiram) as the founder of Freemasonry hadn’t yet been conceived – so who invented him and why? I come back to this near the end of this post.

They even have a degree in Freemasonry for the character Enoch. Previously I noted the suggestion that Dr. John Dee may have had a copy of the book of Enoch, but 200 years before it was discovered. Dr. John Dee, a strange man, according to those that knew him, had a fearsome appearance with his tall pointed hat and his penchant for crystal balls, gave him the archetype of the wizard after which dozens of story book wizards have been based, including Gandalf, Harry Potter, and even the Wizard of Oz. Dr. John Dee founded the Rosicrucian order (the preeminent training School for the occult), the first of many magical secret societies, which promoted spiritual growth through the centuries.

Dr. John Dee (1527-1608 AD) was an English mathematician, professor, and astronomer who gave it all up for the (at that time) more lucrative occupation of being an “angel channeler” and astrologer. He eventually became Queen Elizabeth’s court astrologer, and soon after, her personal spy. As an agent of the Crown, Dee conducted several mysterious missions for purposes mostly unknown to this day. He relished his espionage duties, creating elaborate, sophisticated cyphers. In his correspondence with the Queen during these episodes, he signed his communiques as “007”, a moniker that would be used again, as any fan of the spy genre will recognize. The “angelic channeler” John Dee believed that specially constructed mirrors could draw magical power from the Sun and transmit messages and objects to distant stars and other worlds. Dee attempted to receive visions from ‘angels’ using a globe of crystal.

John Dee was born near London on the 13th day of July 1527. He entered St. John’s College at Cambridge at the age of 15. He achieved notoriety early on with a charge of sorcery, which stemmed from a mechanical flying beetle demonstrated in a stage play. After spending many years studying mathematics and cartography (map making), he took an interest in natural magic, a pastime then accepted by the church. From his studies he developed a doctrine that one could obtain knowledge of God from the applied practice of magick – a controversial idea that was to get him into trouble on a number of occasions. Early in his “Magick” career, during the reign of Queen Mary Tudor (Bloody Mary), Dee was arrested and accused of attempting to kill her with sorcery. He was imprisoned in Hampton Court in 1553. Dee was imprisoned in England for the crime of “calculating” “practicing” the pagan craft of mathematics. He was accused of practicing black magick.

In 1564 one of his many books dealing with Occult matters, ‘The Monas Heiroglyphica’ was published. The Monas Heiroglyphica is a symbol created by Dee, which he believed was the ultimate symbol of Occult knowledge. The following year he published ‘Di Trigono’.

Dee began his experiments in trying to contact dis-carnated entities in 1581, mainly fueled by strange dreams, feelings and mysterious noises within his home. On May 25, 1582, he recorded that he had made his first contact with the spirit world, through the medium of his crystal ball. This had taken Dee years of work to achieve, through studying the occult, alchemy, and crystallomancy. Spirit contact would prove to be a major driving force behind Dee for the rest of his life.

While Dee was away in Europe things were not boding well at home. In 1583 a large mob attacked Dee’s home and library at Mortlake in Surrey destroying his collection of books, occult instruments and personal belongings. The attack was probably in response to rumors that Dee was a wizard.

John Dee, Rosicrucian’s and Freemason’s all believe the same thing. And, that’s that benevolent “higher spiritual beings” are just waiting in one of many other dimensions to aid the “Perfected Men” like Dee and Freemasons, men who have perfected themselves through proceeding up through the ranks of the secret societies. Freemason’s are aware that God is opposed to this. The Bible calls these spiritual beings demons, with God forbidding such practices completely. This practice is part of what is called “necromancy”, and is defined as “conjuration of the spirits of the dead for purposes of magically revealing the future or influencing the course of events”. The Bible notes God’s forbidding this practice in: Deuteronomy 18:11; 1st Samuel 28:7-19; Leviticus 19:31; and Leviticus 20:6. The dark-side realm of all this is real and nothing to mess with. Jesus Christ dealt with this in the story of the casting the demons from a demonic-possessed man into the swine in Mark 5.

One of Dee’s biographers described him as “Elizabethan England’s greatest magus”. He was a practitioner of Hermetic gnosticism, a school of thought based upon the ancient pre-Christian teachings of the Greek god Hermes. Hermes was in fact a mere copy of the much earlier Egyptian god of knowledge and language, Thoth. In this sense, all Hermetic gnosticism can be viewed as a worship of the teachings of Thoth. According to Egyptian mythos, or myth, Thoth was one of the gods who came down to Earth, along with Isis and Osiris, to bring the fruits of knowledge, civilization, and the sciences to the Egyptian people. In 1581, using his esoteric knowledge of these ancient practices, he began a series of attempts to communicate with “higher beings”. His channeler in this capacity was one Sir Edward Kelly.

Although not a witch as such, Dee devoted much of his life to alchemy, divination, and Hermetic philosophy; and, his association with the less scrupulous “scryer”, Edward Kelley. This all seems just too hard to believe in the modern day and age, however, Dee was invited to Leuven, Brussells, and Paris to lecture on advanced algebra at the University of Paris while still in his early twenties. He actually was made a founding fellow of Trinity College, at Cambridge. He was an ardent promoter of mathematics, a highly respected astronomer and a leading expert in navigation, having trained many of those who would conduct England’s voyages of discovery around the world. There is an actual web ring referred to as the Enochian webring on the Internet since about 1996, all joined together and focused on the Enochian magick system. They are deeply into the apocryphal book of Enoch.

Dee amassed the largest library in England and one of the largest in all of Europe. In a minute I will link Edward Kelley’s roll in all this, but I need to mention a series of attacks and slanders that would dog Dee throughout his life. He was arrested and charged with “calculating” (casting horoscopes) of Queen Mary and Princess Elizabeth. The charges were later expanded to treason against Mary), but he was exonerated. When Elizabeth took the throne in 1558, Dee became her trusted adviser on astrological and scientific matters, as well as her personal spy in the often treacherous world of Elizabethan politics.

By the early 1580’s, dissatisfied with his progress in learning the secrets of nature, he began to turn towards the supernatural as a means of acquiring knowledge, specifically seeking to contact angels through the use of a “scryer” or crystal-gazer as an intermediary.

Although an intensely pious Christian, Dee was also deeply influenced by the Hermetic and Platonic-Pythagorean doctrines and the belief that man had the potential for divine power, which would be exercised through mathematics. His Kabballast angel magick (which was also heavily numerological) and his power of practical mathematics (navigation, for example) were simply the exalted and mundane ends of this same spectrum.

In 1582, Dee met Edward Kelley (then going under the name of Edward Talbot) and took him into his service as his scryer. The two began to devote all their energies to supernatural pursuits, conducting their “spiritual conferences” or “actions” with an air of intense Christian piety, always after periods of purification, prayer, and fasting.

Dee maintained that the angels laboriously dictated several books to him this way, some in a special angelic (or “Enochian”) language. The Enochian magic (or angel magic) performed by John Dee and with Kelley as his scryer and necromancer, was called a form of Theurgy based around a hierarchy of spiritual intelligences called “The Watchers”, whose task it was to watch over humanity from the four Watchtowers at the so-called corners of creation, and who identified themselves as the same angels that had instructed the Biblical patriarch Enoch in the occult wisdom of heaven.


Hope you liked this little tidbit and thanks to ‘Pastor Bob’ for these great articles!

Have a great weekend and until next post,


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