A Quick Admonishment for Freemasons by Dr. Omar (including Southern Baptists; You know who you are!)

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  1. I find it hysterical you would belive a man (so called) like Bill “Mr. Gullible” Schnoebelen. Please see here to discover what kind of ‘man’ you have hitched your wagon to: http://www.masonicinfo.com/schnoebelen.htm
    As for what he quotes in his so called book, well it’s the well worn Taxil Hoax, 100+ years old and still fooling to feable minded.

    The other individual is just as gullible or deranged as Bill; Domenico Margiotta’s books, inspired by the Léo Taxil, in reference to the link between the Palladian, Freemasonry , and Albert Pike, accused the Italian master mason Adriano Lemmi, former Grand Master of the Grande Oriente of Italy Satanism and witchcraft. The allegations were denounced as a joke.

    De La Rive was a contemporary of Leo Taxil and was taken in by him as well. He also denounced Taxil after his infamous ‘confession’ makeing the Church look very foolish indeed. http://www.masonicinfo.com/taxil.htm

    • Ah, yes, indeed Bill, all you say may well be so. But it reflects very little of the light that is never found in any Lodge. Have you read ‘Morals & Dogma’ ? Stand fast with your light Bill, I shall stand fast with the ‘Significant” light found only in scripture without oaths. Dr. O

      PS: Thanks for the ‘Heads-up’ on this fellow (Schnoebelen). as for Taxil, let’s hear it from the horses mouth:

      see: http://www.conspiracyarchive.com/Articles/Pike-Mazzini_Three-World-Wars.htm

      “The public made me what I am; the arch-liar of the period,” confessed Taxil, “for when I first commenced to write against the Masons my object was amusement pure and simple. The crimes I laid at their door were so grotesque, so impossible, so widely exaggerated, I thought everybody would see the joke and give me credit for originating a new line of humor. But my readers wouldn’t have it so; they accepted my fables as gospel truth, and the more I lied for the purpose of showing that I lied, the more convinced became they that I was a paragon of veracity.

      “Then it dawned upon me that there was lots of money in being a Munchausen of the right kind, and for twelve years I gave it to them hot and strong, but never too hot. When inditing such slush as the story of the devil snake who wrote prophecies on Diana’s back with the end of his tail, I sometimes said to myself: ‘Hold on, you are going too far,’ but I didn’t. My readers even took kindly to the yarn of the devil who, in order to marry a Mason, transformed himself into a crocodile, and, despite the masquerade, played the piano wonderfully well.

      “One day when lecturing at Lille, I told my audience that I had just had an apparition of Nautilus, the most daring affront on human credulity I had so far risked. But my hearers never turned a hair. ‘Hear ye, the doctor has seen Nautulius,’ they said with admiring glances. Of course no one had a clear idea of who Nautilus was I didn’t myself but they assumed that he was a devil. Ah, the jolly evenings I spent with my fellow authors hatching out new plots, new, unheard of perversions of truth and logic, each trying to outdo the other in organized mystification. I thought I would kill myself laughing at some of the things proposed, but everything went; there is no limit to human stupidity.”

      EVEN SO Bill: Taxil’s confession is no way justifies the occult trappings and unspeakable oaths and deeds (e.g. JFK-Warren Commission) of Freemasons throughout a rather well documented history of subterfuge and cultural subversion. – dr o

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