How is this accomplished? By tricking you into worshipping a large network of false gods: themselves.

Freemasons initiate under the Jewish Star of David

“Let no man think that he may for any reason whatsoever join the Masonic sect, if he values his Catholic name and his eternal salvation as he ought to value them.” - Freemason Leo XIII

“Every Masonic Lodge is a temple of religion; and its teachings are instruction in religion.”- Morals & Dogma, p. 213

The Charles de Prevot painting “Mord Rytualny”

Blood libel: The Charles de Prevot painting “Mord Rytualny” or “Ritual Murder” from the 18th-century depicts the ritual murder of Protestant (not Catholic) children by Jews. It is on display at the cathedral in Sandomierz Cathedral, Poland.

“Well, now you don't have to keep the secret anymore, Masons and Shriners, because the secret is out.” - Luciferian Freemason Louis Farrakhan

Initiation Rites compared between Freemasonry and Witchcraft.

In Blue Lodge Freemasonry

Masonic Square & Compass Symbol

In Witchcraft/Order of Eastern Star

Eastern Star Logo featuring the Bible and five points representing the five main females of the Old Testament

You have to be recommended by another Mason.You have to be screened and recommended by someone currently in Witchcraft.
You are blindfolded and bound by a rope.You are blindfolded, bound by a rope, and led to the edge of the magic circle.
A sharp object is put to your left breast. A sword is put to your left breast.
You take a blood oath not to reveal any of the secrets of the Lodge.You take a blood oath not to reveal the secrets of Witchcraft.
The blindfold is taken off the candidate and they tell you that you were in darkness and you are coming into light.During the ritual, the candidate is challenged by someone at the edge of the magic circle who says: “Who goes there?” The answer is, “One from the world of darkness.”
The Masons end their prayers with “So mote it be.”They end their prayers with “So mote it be.”

The following are some of the more severe papal pronouncements against Freemasonry since 1738.

  • Clement XII, Constitution "In Eminenti", 28 April, 1738; (English/Latin) Clement XII notes that membership of Masonic Lodges were “spreading far and wide and daily growing in strength.” This Papal Bull bans Catholics from becoming Freemasons.
  • Benedict XIV, "Providas Romanorum", 18 May, 1751; (Italian) Providas Romanorum specifically forbids Roman Catholics from seeking membership in any Masonic group. No English Translation exists at this time. Use Google's Translator for now to translate the Italian into English..
  • Pius VII, "Ecclesiam", 13 September, 1821; (No reliable translation can be found at this time; this encyclical has apparently been deleted from history.) It states that Freemasons must be excommunicated for their oath bound secrecy of the society and conspiracies against church and state. It also linked Freemasonry with the Carbonari, an anti-clerical revolutionary group active in Italy. It is said that the Carbonari affected a love of the Catholic Religion. However, the true goals of the Carbonari was said to be: Religious indifference, Deisestablishment of the Church and total religious freedom, the profanation of Jesus Christ through their ceremonies, to scorn and perhaps REPLACE THE SACRAMENTS OF THE CHURCH*, and to plot against Papal Primacy.
  • Leo XII, "Quo graviora", 13 March, 1826; (English) Leo XII decrees the prohibition of membership in Masonic Lodges in perpetuity.
  • Pius VIII, Encyclical "Traditi Humilitati", 24 May, 1829; (English) Condemns those “who think that the portal of eternal salvation opens for all from any religion.”
  • Gregory XVI, "Mirari", 15 August, 1832; (English) Principally a denunciation of the doctrine of religious pluralism as dangerous for the souls of the faithful. It also voiced support for Christian freedom and raised concerns over too close alliances between the clergy and government.
  • Pius IX, Encyclical "Qui pluribus", 9 November, 1846; (English) This encyclical singles out the free gift of anti-Catholic bibles. Its coupling of political liberalism and religious indifferentism is seen as a condemnation of the Italian Carbonari in particular and Freemasonry in general. It is rumored that Pius IX entered the Masonic Lodge at the age of 26 and was one of the earlier Masonic Popes.
  • Pius IX, Allocution "Quibus quantisque malis", 20 April, 1849; (No reliable translation can be found at this time). A Papal pronouncement of Pius IX in 1846 referred to by Catholic sources as anti-Masonic, although there is no English translation available.
  • Pius IX, Allocution "Multiplices inter", 25 September, 1865; (No reliable translation can be found at this time). An address made by Pius IX, condemning Freemasonry and other secret societies. He accused Masonic associations of conspiracy against the Church, God and civil society. He further attributes revolutions and uprisings to Masonic activities.
  • Pius IX, Constitution "Apostolicæ Sedis", 12 October, 1869; (No reliable translation can be found at this time).
  • Pius IX, Encyclical "Etsi multa", 21 November, 1873; (English) This papal encyclical condemns Freemasonry, which was blamed for the widespread attack on the Catholic Church, accusing it of being “the Synagogue of Satan.”
  • Leo XIII, Encyclical "Humanum genus", 20 April, 1884; (English/Fatimamovement.com original copy in original Latin and English scanned) Leo XIII defines Freemasons “sons of the devil,” condemns Freemasonry, including naturalism, popular sovereignty which does not recognize God, and the idea that the state should be “without God.” Note that Leo XIII, while condemning Freemasonry as a group, references the Psalms of David to make his arguments. This is how the three keys of Peter were destroyed. Yes, Freemasonry is a problem, but when the man occupying the Chair of Peter uses Masonic theology to fight Freemasonry, an apocalyptic heresy emerges. This is called Triangulation.
  • Leo XIII, "Praeclara Gratulationis Publicae", 20 June, 1894; (English) While condemning Freemasonry, Leo XIII was also criticized by Protestant fundamentalists for having declared in the encyclical that “We hold upon this earth the place of God Almighty,” which was seen as a sign of the coming apocalypse.
  • Leo XIII, "Dall'Alto Dell'Apostolico Seggio", 18 March, 1890; (English) “It will be said that this does not happen in Italy only, but is a system of government which States generally follow. -- We answer, that this does not refute, but confirms what We are saying as to the designs and action of Freemasonry in Italy. Yes, this system is adopted and carried out wherever Freemasonry uses its impious and wicked action; and, as its action is widespread, so is this anti-Christian system widely applied.”
  • Leo XIII, Encyclical "Etsí nos", 15 February, 1882; (English) A Papal encyclical promulgated by Leo XIII complaining about the way in which post-unification Italy denigrated the role of the Church, which it blamed primarily on Freemasonry.

Below: Scans of LIFE MAGAZINE, 1956. Click here for the link to the full magazine. Click on the images below to enlarge. Thanks for the link, Peterp.

LIFE Magazine 1956 - The US MASONS

LIFE Magazine 1956 - The US MASONS

LIFE Magazine 1956 - The US MASONS

LIFE Magazine 1956 - The US MASONS

LIFE Magazine 1956 - The US MASONS

LIFE Magazine 1956 - The US MASONS

LIFE Magazine 1956 - The US MASONS

LIFE Magazine 1956 - The US MASONS

LIFE Magazine 1956 - The US MASONS

LIFE Magazine 1956 - The US MASONS

LIFE Magazine 1956 - The US MASONS

LIFE Magazine 1956 - The US MASONS

LIFE Magazine 1956 - The US MASONS

LIFE Magazine 1956 - The US MASONS

LIFE Magazine 1956 - The US MASONS

LIFE Magazine 1956 - The US MASONS

LIFE Magazine 1956 - The US MASONS

Below: Videos of a Masonic initiation rite, or at least what they will allow the public to see...


“If you be wise like Solomon, you will perform the works of Solomon; if you be holy like Christ, you will accomplish the works of Christ. To direct the currents of the inconstant light, we must be established in the constant light. To command the elements, we must have overcome their hurricanes, their lightnings, their abysses, their tempests. In order to DARE we must KNOW; in order to WILL, we must DARE; we must WILL to possess empire and to reign we must BE SILENT.” - The Doctrine of Transcendental Magic, PART II: page 10

“We must be mild and considerate to all, but in social relations must never permit ourselves to be absorbed, and must withdraw from circles in which we cannot acquire some initiative. Finally, we may and should fulfil the duties and practise the rites of the cultus to which we belong.” - The Doctrine of Transcendental Magic, PART II: page 15

“Perhaps the rumours of vast underground conspiracies were true after all — perhaps the Brotherhood really existed! It was impossible, in spite of the endless arrests and confessions and executions, to be sure that the Brotherhood was not simply a myth. Some days he believed in it, some days not. There was no evidence, only fleeting glimpses that might mean anything or nothing: snatches of overheard conversation, faint scribbles on lavatory walls — once, even, when two strangers met, a small movement of the hand which had looked as though it might be a signal of recognition.” - George Orwell's 1984, page 9

Freemason Christopher Columbus 1451-1506

Christopher Columbus 1451-1506

Genoese explorer of the "New World", initiated the process of its colonization

Freemason Aegidius Antonini of Viterbo 1469-1532

Aegidius Antonini of Viterbo 1469-1532

Augustinian cardinal, of the Tribe of Levi. Studied the mysteries of the Kabbalah

Freemason Martin Luther 1483-1546

Martin Luther 1483-1546

Initiated the Protestant Reformation, founded Lutheranism

Freemason Ignatius of Loyola 1491-1556

Ignatius of Loyola 1491-1556

Founded the Society of Jesus, religious leader during the Counter-Reformation

Freemason Francis I 1494-1547

Francis I 1494-1547

France's first renaissance monarch. Gave rise to the Protestant Reformation

Freemason Charles V 1500-1558

Charles V 1500-1558

Habsburg Holy Roman Emperor & King of Spain, oversaw Americas colonization

Freemason Ferdinand I 1503-1564

Ferdinand I 1503-1564

Holy Roman Emperor, Habsburg, supported the Society of Jesus

Freemason Isabella of Portugal 1503-1539

Isabella of Portugal 1503-1539

Holy Roman Empress, wife of Charles V, daughter of Manuel I of Portugal

Freemason Francis Xavier 1506-1552

Francis Xavier 1506-1552

Co-founder of the Society of Jesus, pioneering Roman Catholic missionary

Freemason Francis Borgia 1510-1572

Francis Borgia 1510-1572

4th Duke of Gandia, third Superior General of the Society of Jesus

Freemason Philip Neri 1515-1595

Philip Neri 1515-1595

Italian priest, worked for the de' Medici family and supported Henry of Navarre

Freemason Nicholas Throckmorton 1515-1571

Nicholas Throckmorton 1515-1571

Royal diplomat, worked for Elizabeth I, supported Reformation

Freemason James Douglas 1525-1581

James Douglas 1525-1581

4th Earl of Morton and regent of Scotland, supported the Reformation

Freemason Elizabeth I 1533-1603

Elizabeth I 1533-1603

Queen of England, established Church of England's independence from Rome

Freemason Charles Borromeo 1538-1584

Charles Borromeo 1538-1584

Cardinal active in Counter-Reformation, nephew of de' Medici Pope Pius IV

Freemason Francis Drake 1540-1596

Francis Drake 1540-1596

English sea captain and slave trader. Provoked the Spanish Armada

Freemason Cesar de Nostredame 1553-1629

Cesar de Nostredame 1553-1629

Son of French astrologer and occultist Michel de Nostredame (Nostradamus)

Freemason Walter Raleigh 1554-1618

Walter Raleigh 1554-1618

English Protestant aristocrat, explorer and populariser of tobacco in England

Freemason Robert Fludd 1574-1637

Robert Fludd 1574-1637

English occultist, astrologer, mathematician and Hermetic writer

Freemason Robert Boyle 1627-1691

Robert Boyle 1627-1691

Founder of modern Chemistry, Royal Society, son of 1st Earl of Cork

Freemason Christiaan Huygens 1629-1695

Christian Huygens 1629-1695

Dutch mathematician. Founder of modern Calculus, Royal Society

Freemason Charles Calvert 1637-1715

Charles Calvert 1637-1715

3rd Baron Baltimore & Proprietary Governor of Maryland

Freemason Isaac Newton 1642-1727

Isaac Newton 1642-1727

English intellectual, Royal Society, one of the most influential people in history

Freemason William Randolph 1650-1721

William Randolph 1650-1721

Colonist, ancestor of Thomas Jefferson and Chief Justice John Marshall

Freemason George Churchill 1654-1710

George Churchill 1654-1710

Younger brother of the Duke of Marlborough. Supported William III

Freemason James Blair 1656-1743

James Blair 1656-1743

Church of England missionary & founder of the College of William & Mary

Freemason Charles Montagu 1661-1715

Charles Montagu 1661-1715

Devised the establishment of the Bank of England. 1st First Lord of the Treasury

Freemason William Cavendish 1698-1755

William Cavendish 1698-1755

3rd Duke of Devonshire, most recent common ancestor of Charles & Diana

Freemason John Wesley 1703-1791

John Wesley 1703-1791

Church of England cleric, founder of the Methodist movement

Freemason Louise of Great Britain 1724-1751

Louise of Great Britain 1724-1751

Daughter of George II of Great Britain, queen consort of Denmark and Norway

Freemason John Adams 1735-1826

John Adams 1735-1826

2nd President of the United States and negotiator of the peace treaty with U.K

Freemason George III 1738-1820

George III 1738-1820

King of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland

Freemason Francis Asbury 1745-1816

Francis Asbury 1745-1816

1st bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church in the United States

Freemason John Marshall 1755-1835

John Marshall 1755-1835

Chief Justice of the United States, developed the American legal system

Freemason Alexander Hamilton 1755-1804

Alexander Hamilton 1755-1804

1st U.S. Secretary of the Treasury, founded U.S. Mint & 1st National Bank

Freemason Robert Peel 1788-1850

Robert Peel 1788-1850

Prime Minister of the U.K, created the modern concept of the police force

Freemason Pope Pius IX 1792-1878

Antipope Pius IX 1792-1878

Longest reigning Pope in history, centralized the Church in the Vatican

Freemason Adolphe Thiers 1797-1877

Adolphe Thiers 1797-1877

French politician, Prime Minister & President of the French Republic

Freemason Miguel of Portugal 1802-1866

Miguel of Portugal 1802-1866

King of Portugal of the House of Braganza and Knight of the Order of Christ

Freemason Sophie of Bavaria 1805-1872

Sophie of Bavaria 1805-1872

Mother of Franz Joseph Emperor of Austria & Maximilian Emperor of Mexico

Freemason Joseph Smith 1805-1844

Joseph Smith 1805-1844

American religious leader and founder of the Latter Day Saint Temple of Mormon

Freemason Giuseppe Garibaldi 1807-1882

Giuseppe Garibaldi 1807-1882

Italian revolutionary & Freemason, Grand Master of the Grand Orient of Italy

Freemason Napoleon III 1808-1873

Napoleon III 1808-1873

1st President of the French Republic and Emperor of the French

Freemason Otto of Greece 1815-1867

Otto of Greece 1815-1867

First modern King of Greece under the protection of the U.K, France and Russia

Freemason Pedro II of Brazil 1825-1891

Pedro II of Brazil 1825-1891

Emperor of Brazil, reigned for over 58 years, Grand Master of Order of Christ

Freemason Edward VII 1841-1910

Edward VII 1841-1910

King of the United Kingdom, of the House of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha

Freemason Alexander III of Russia 1845-1894

Alexander III of Russia 1845-1894

Emperor of Russia of the House of Oldenburg from 1881 until his death in 1894

Freemason Theodore Roosevelt 1858-1919

Theodore Roosevelt 1858-1919

President of the United States, Freemason, imperialist

Freemason Wilhelm II 1859-1941

Wilhelm II 1859-1941

Emperor of Germany and King of Prussia, grandson of Queen Victoria

Freemason Adolf Hitler 1889-1945

Adolf Hitler 1889-1945

WWII German Head of State and Iron Cross Freemason, notable for starting WWII

Freemason George Washington 1732-1799

George Washington 1732-1799

First Official American President, Revolutionary War General

Freemason Harry S. Truman 1884-1972

Harry S. Truman 1884-1972

WWII U.S. President notable for nuclear bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki

Freemason Josef Stalin 1888-1953

Josef Stalin 1888-1953

WWII Soviet Premier, notable for the hit on the Ukraine, killing 8 million

Freemason Emperor Hirohito 1901-1989

Emperor Hirohito 1901-1989

WWII Emperor of Japan, Empire of the Sun

Freemason Sir Winston Churchill 1874-1965

Sir Winston Churchill 1874-1965

WWII Head of State, United Kingdom

Freemason Frankllin Delanor Roosevelt 1882-1945

Frankllin Delanor Roosevelt 1882-1945

WWII U.S. President notable for giving Catholic Poland to Br. Josef Stalin

Freemason Benito Mussolini 1883-1945

Benito Mussolini 1883-1945

WWII Prime Minister of Italy, founder of Italian Fascism, Knight of Malta Freemason

Freemason Mel Blanc 1908-1989

Mel Blanc 1908-1989

Animator, voice actor for Bugs Bunny, Woody Woodpecker, Tom & Jerry, etc.

Freemason J. Edgar Hoover 1895-1972

J. Edgar Hoover 1895-1972

First Director of the FBI, Shriner Freemason

Freemason Gerald Ford 1913-2006

Gerald Ford 1913-2006

38th President of the United States, Shriner Freemason

Freemason Emperor Akhito 1933-

Emperor Akhito 1933-

125th and Current Emperor of Japan

Freemason Pat Robertson 1933-

Pat Robertson 1933-

Founder of the 700 Club & Protestant American Leader, 1988 Presidential Candidate

Freemason Billy Graham 1918-

Billy Graham 1918-

33rd Degree Freemason and Protestant American Leader

Freemason Benjamin Franklin 1706-1790

Benjamin Franklin 1706-1790

Founding Father, leading figure of the American “Enlightenment”

Freemason John Wayne 1907-1979

John Wayne 1907-1979

Born Marion Mitchell Morrison, epitomized American “masculinity” publically but behind closed doors, bowed down to other men in the Lodge.

Freemason Albert Pike 1809-1891

Albert Pike 1809-1891

Joint leader of Southern Orient, American and Worldwide Freemasonry

Freemason Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin 1930-

Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin 1930-

American Astronaut, Shriner Freemason, “moon lander”

Freemason Sammy Davis Jr. 1925-1990

Sammy Davis Jr. 1925-1990

Knights of Malta Freemason Jew and American Rat Pack Member

Freemason Vladimir Lenin 1870-1924

Vladimir Lenin 1870-1924

Russian Marxist Revolutionary and leader of the Communist Revolution in 1917

Freemason Karl Heinrich Marx 1818-1883

Karl Heinrich Marx 1818-1883

German Communist Revolutionary, penned the Communist Manifesto

Freemason Queen Elizabeth II 1926-

Queen Elizabeth II 1926-

Dame of Malta, constitutional monarch of 16 sovereign states

Freemason Queen Beatrix 1938-

Queen Beatrix 1938-

Dame of Malta, Queen of the Netherlands, Bilderberg attendee