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Freemasonry Exposed pt 4 The G - William Cooper

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Published on Jan 5, 2016

Paraphrasing from the book: Illustrations of Masonry - by William Morgan, I briefly summarize the initiation ceremonies of the first two degrees of Freemasonry and the violent penalty oaths they take if they ever reveal the secrets. I discuss the third or Master Mason’s degree, where masons are introduced to oaths to commit murder and treason. I explain the real meaning of the G, or The Great Architect who is someone the freemasons conspire to murder. In the master masons ritual - I discuss King Solomon - who represents the commander, who, together with his 15 subordinates murder Hiram Abiff.
I discuss the Luciferian rituals of stalking, harassing, and the murder of real people, such as activist - William Cooper who became a target of the U.S military due to his book: "Behold A Pale Horse" and radio show "Hour Of The Time" that warned us of the dangers of secret societies within the U.S Military and Government.
I explain how the blue degrees of Freemasonry represent something of a "junior military order" and are used to control society. The freemasons form a social network, who do as directed by the military, through the freemasonic craft. I discuss federally controlled regions of the U.S, under the control of the military. Those of you who are new to this channel must familiarize yourself with the phrase: Gang-Stalking - which is a ritualistic game, freemasons and military agents take part in, as part of their secret society belief system. This is done to scare or program new members along with those who go on to become targets of these societies. This is the big secret in all high level secret societies. These military - based organizations become prominent in certain areas around the country and will make up a significant part of the population like in Eager Arizona where Bill Cooper moved to for the final years of his life.

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