Officially: Home of The Supreme Council, 33°, Ancient & Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry, Southern Jurisdiction, Washington D.C., U.S.A. The full name of the Supreme Council is: The Supreme Council (Mother Council of the World) of the Inspectors General Knights Commander of the House of the Temple of Solomon of the Thirty-third degree of the […]
aka: The Order of Perfectibilists, Bavarian Illuminati An organization in Bavaria founded on May 1, 1776 by Adam Weishaupt based on recruitment from prestegious Masonic lodges. Disbanded by the Bavarian government in the mid-1780’s when it was declaired an outlaw organization. Or perhaps it just relocated and/or went underground. The Illuminati have occasionally been blamed […]
Built in the late 1930s, Dealy Plaza, with its Art Moderne style, was once considered the ceremonial gateway to Dallas. It was built to honor publisher and civic leader George Dealey. This small park was once Dallas’ original riverfront settlement. All of that was eclipsed by the assassination of President John F. Kennedy as his […]
Offices of the Latter-day Saint Melchizedek priesthood If an adult man joins the Church, he may be called and ordained to hold the lesser Aaronic Priesthood (if he is morally worthy) by those in the Church with authority to do so. After a period of time (usually one year) the man may be called and […]
aka: The Widow’s Son, The Master Builder Hiram was the architect of the Temple of Solomon. When he refused to reveal his secrets, he was slain by his three assistants: Julbela, Jubelo, and Jubelum. Much of the ritual in Freemasonry revolves around this martyrdom.
Italian Masonic Vatican fascist masonic conspiracy, involved in a plot to overthrow the Italian government. It’s kind of complicated… Some people involved: Licio Gelli (” the puppetmaster”) Venerable Master of Propaganda Due Michele Sindona – Pope Paul VI’s banker and confident. Banker for the Mafia Roberto Calvi (“God’s Banker”) – found hanging from Blackfriars Bridge […]
(December 29, 1809–April 2, 1891) American attorney, Confederate officer, and Freemason. The only Confederate military officer or figure honored with an outdoor statue in Washington, D.C. When the Mexican-American War started, Pike joined the cavalry and was commissioned as a troop commander, serving in the Battle of Buena Vista. He and his commander, John Selden […]
full name: Ancient Arabic Order of the Nobles the Mystic Shrine for North America J Edgar Hoover – Shriner Until 2000, members had to be of the Scottish Rite’s 32nd degree or Knights Templar of the York Rite. Now members must only be Master Masons. The Shriners focus on fun, with the motto: Pleasure without […]