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He Speaks From His Coffin...
“Each of the pagan gods had a secret worship paid to him to which none were admitted but those who had been selected by preparatory ceremonies called Initiation. This secret worship was termed the Mysteries.”
Albert Mackey, 33º
“Ancient Mysteries” in
Encyclopedia of Freemasonry (Vol. 2)
It’s the greatest secret of the Masonic Lodge. You discover it only during your initiation for the fateful 30th degree. And by then it’s too late.
You should have known what lay ahead. In earlier rituals you learned about Abaddon and about Jahbulon. These were substitute names for your frightening new god—the hidden Lord of Freemasonry, the one you told others was named the Grand Architect of the Universe. But that wasn’t his real name. Only a substitute.
The real name was hinted to you many times as you moved up the ritual ladder. Until you reached the 30th degree. Remember the black and white alternating tiles on the Lodge floors...the Phoenix Serpents on the wall behind the black stone altar...the doubleheaded eagle? Those should have enlightened you.
Now you find yourself in a cave-like structure, an eerie tomb, or mausoleum, where a mysterious coffin lies. Three human skulls face you on a table. The participants are all dressed in black and wear hoods. Can this be real?
Then, suddenly, the lid of the coffin rises up. A strange, archaic voice bellows forth.
You are prompted to answer. You give this frightening being, the man in the coffin who once was alive almost two millenia ago but now is dead, permission to take over your existence, to lead you. He does so, guiding you through four strange but significant oaths.
Who has disturbed my sleep? Speak! It commands.
In one oath, you are led to say that you “voluntarily” abandon the religion of your youth—the superstitions and foolishness you undertook as a Christian. From henceforth, you pledge, you will obey only one Deity and worship only one religion—that of Freemasonry. This, you are told, is the primitive, true religion, a Mystery religion consisting of both good and evil. It is the religion of religions. Lucifer is your Master. You are infused with his seething energy.
You have attained the prestigious 30th degree in Freemasonry, you are now a Kadosh Knight, a Holy Warrior. But who will you wage war against? What dreadful foe will you encounter?
Are the answers found in the doctrine of the One who has now initiated you—the once dead corpse who is alive, the ancient being who rose from his coffin and seized the wellsprings of your inner being?
During your macabre ritual you found that he was a somber leader, a dedicated, angry warrior who despises false religions and who gave to you the one true religious faith, the Mystery religion of Freemasonry. You took it with gratitude. It changed your life.
Who was this mysterious man in the coffin, the man who questions and challenges every candidate for the advanced 30th degree? Whoever he is, he is now your eternal soulmate, your companion for life, the keeper of your destiny.
Ah, yes, you recall. Mackey’s Encyclopedia of Freemasonry revealed who this man is, this Voice from the Dead. He is the one who was heralded by rebellious angels. He is the Star who came forth with a Blazing Light. He’s the one who lived deep down a dark cave for a dozen years. He’s the one who authored the Zohar, the mysterious book of life and death, the book that signals the eventual rise to glory of the coming, all-omniscient Great One.
The Voice from the Dead is none other than Rabbi Simeon Bar Yochai. He is the untold father of Freemasonry, the initiator of souls. He is the Devil, and now he is your Lord and Master.
Inside the sanctuary of the House of the Temple, International Freemasonry’s Headquarters, is this black stone altar. Behind, on the wall, are huge Phoenix crowned Serpents, the object of worship. Carl Claudy, 33°, in Introduction to Freemasonry, writes, “Masonry does not specify any god of any creed... Any god will do.” Albert Pike, 33°, former Sovereign Grand Commander of universal Freemasonry adds, “Around these altars the Christian, the Hebrew, the Moslem, the Brahman, the followers of Confusious and Zoroaster can assemble as bretheren and unite in prayer” (Morals and Dogma, 1906 edition).
As I prove in my latest book, Voices from the Dead, the Serpent unites all false religions—even fake and impotent Christianity—under the banner of the Serpent from Hell. He, the Serpent, is the Light sought by all who promote darkness. Their search for Light, claims Pike, “leads Masons directly to the Kaballah.” The Kaballah is the satanic “Holy Bible” of both Masonry and Judaism.