“High place“, or “high places”, (Hebrew במה bamah and plural במות bamot or bamoth) in a biblical context always means “place(s) of worship”. Wikipedia
Early in September 1901, everything changed. On September 5 President McKinley, a longtime advocate of protective tariffs, delivered a major policy speech at the Pan American Exposition in Buffalo, New York. In his address, the president called for a new era of reciprocal trade with other nations, in which the old trade barriers must fall. “The period of exclusiveness is past . . . the expansion of our trade and commerce is the pressing problem,” he declared. (The plot thickens, or the truth begins to be revealed, McKinley was messing with trade, something bankers don’t like. Keep reading you will learn more details. This was the speech that cost him his life).
The next day, September 6, the president held a public reception in the Temple of Music. At slightly after 4 p.m., a young anarchist named Leon Czolgosz walked up to the president with a gun in his right hand, hidden in a bandage. He fired two shots at the president: one bounced off a button, but the other lodged in McKinley’s stomach. For a week, the president struggled to survive, but on September 14 he expired, whispering the title of his favorite hymn, “Nearer, My God, To Thee.” McKinley’s pathbreaking initiative for lower tariffs died with him.(There, you see, he was silenced and his efforts fell to their death).
Upon hearing of the shooting, Roosevelt had rushed to Buffalo, but when the doctors had been encouraged by the president’s progress after three days, the vice president had departed for the Adirondacks. (So, he was recovering from his wounds, which were not fatal) On September 13, he was recalled by a note from Secretary of War Elihu Root, (very interesting name, Elihu means “he is my god” we know they are not referring to the creator, and Root is a prominent Knights Templar family name).
“The President appears to be dying, and members of the Cabinet in Buffalo think you should lose no time in coming.” Making a furious trip by buckboard and special train, Roosevelt arrived in Buffalo on the fourteenth to find the president already dead. After paying his respects to Mrs. McKinley, he met with the cabinet, telling them, “I wish to say that it shall be my aim to continue, absolutely unbroken, the policy of President McKinley for the peace, the prosperity, and the honor of our beloved country.” He then took the oath of office, becoming, at forty-two, the youngest president in the nation’s history.
John D. Rockefeller, Free-Masonry, and The McKinley Assassination
October 7, 2009 by POPEYE Filed under US News20 Comments
(PAUL A DROCKTON M.A.)
John D. Rockefeller and his son John D Rockefeller Jr., the founders of the Rockefeller dynasty were purportedly not affiliated with the Freemasons (or so it has been claimed Link) I have written about the Knights Templar, The Freemasons and the Illuminati in many of my articles and it is my contention that prominent Jews were recruited by the Templars to manage their assets after the latter was forced underground by the French Inquisition.
John D Rockefeller Sr. “summer home” in Forest Hill Ohio. He spent half the year here and on millionaire’s row near downtown Cleveland.
The Masons are run by the descendants of the Knights Templar, who now are referred to as the Illuminati or the architects of the New World order. They also constitute the highest degree (33rd) in Freemasonry, or the“Philosopher kings and their ruling class”, which incorporates their symbolism and ceremonies.
The 32nd degree of Freemasonry is reserved for descendants of the Templar military order. These are the leaders of our military and military intelligence agencies like the CIA, KGB, Waffen SS and M1
The 31st degree is reserved for their merchant/banker/entertainer class.
“To you, Sovereign Grand Instructors General, we say this, that you may repeat it to the Brethren of the 32nd, 31st and 30th degrees: ‘the Masonic Religion should be, by all of us initiates of the high degrees, maintained in the purity of the LUCIFERIAN Doctrine. If Lucifer were not god, would Adonay (Jesus)… calumniate (spread false and harmful statements about) him?…Yes Lucifer is God…”(Albert Pike, A.C. De La Rive, La Femme et l’Enfant dans la Franc-MaqonneneUniverselle, page 588.)
All three Illuminati classes are mind programmed with multiple personalities that allow both the appearance of good, and truly great evil. The public sees the philanthropist. The victim sees the evil demon hiding behind the facade.
John D. Rockefeller was hand selected by the Rothschilds and the Templars-Illuminati to create and manage their financial empire in the Western hemisphere. Rockefeller money is, in reality, Templar-Illuminati money. Their investments and holdings are Templar-Illuminati holdings. Their causes, well, llet’s just say they have resulted in most of the misery we have experienced in the 20th century.
The Illuminati seek to establish Plato’s Republic as our international government or “New World Order”. Their ruling classes, which make up 1% of the population, seek to eliminate 90% of the world’s population and replace it with a genetically manipulated “Master Race” that has been “mind-programmed” to serve its masters.
In actuality, Rockefeller Jr. donated the land for the construction of the Masonic Temple in Forest Hills, Ohio.
“In 1923 Rockefeller conveyed ownership of Forest Hill to his son for $2.8 million. Rockefeller, Jr. sold or donated portions of the estate for the Huron Road Hospital (1924), the Masonic Temple on Belmore Road(1924) and Kirk Junior High School (1929)” Source.
The donation of land by the Rockefellers was reserved for those causes that forwarded the agenda of the Illuminati and their New World Order. For example, they donated the land for the United Nations. (Source)
So how far did Masonic Rockefeller influence extend in Ohio? He cash flowed the McKinley campaign for President.
President William McKinley: 1896 McKinley won the presidential race with a great deal of support from Big Business, e.g.,John D. Rockefeller’s Standard Oil contributed $250,000 to the “front porch” campaign that defeated Bryan and his populist platform of returning to the constitutionally mandated monetary system and reform of McKinley’s high tariffs that had allowed domestic manufacturers to raise their prices to a level that matched the artificially-induced higher prices of foreign goods, thus causing a severe depression.
1897-1901 William McKinley, 25th. President of the United States (R) Confirmed Mason. (New World Order: The Ancient Plan of Secret Societies, William T. Still, pg. 21)Initiated: May 1, 1865, Hiram Lodge No. 21, Winchester, Virginia. Brother McKinley Affiliated with Canton Lodge No. 60, Canton, Ohio on August 21, 1867; and Demitted from same to become a Charter Member of Eagle Lodge No. 431, also in Canton. Following Brother McKinley’s death on September 14, 1901, the name was changed to William McKinley Lodge effective October 24, 1901. Governor of Ohio, 1892-1896.(Fritz Springmeier, Illuminati Bloodlines)Assassinated. Died in officeSeptember 14. Vice President, Garret A. Hobart, 1897-1899. Unknown Mason status. Vice President Theodore Roosevelt, 1901. Confirmed Mason. (Fritz Springmeier, Illuminati Bloodlines) Note: Mason power put in Vice Presidency, before a President dies.
Interestingly enough, when you move away from the agenda that brought you to the dance, accidents can and do happen.
“Among the most important domestic issues that President William McKinley had to deal with during his presidency, bimetallism and tariff legislation loomed large. Through most of 1897, the McKinley administration pursued an international agreement to include silver, along with gold, as an acceptable backing for the major European currencies. McKinley indicated his support for bimetallism if England, France, Russia, and Italy would go along. When negotiations with these nations over bimetallism failed in late 1897, McKinley began advocating a gold-based currency. In 1900, he signed the Gold Standard Act, which formally placed U.S. money on the gold standard. All currency was fully backed by gold, with a fixed price at $20.67 an ounce.“ (Source)
John D. was not happy with this “change of heart”, not happy at all. You see Standard Oil was not Rockefeller’s most lucrative enterprise. This award went to his ownership of financial and banking operations under the umbrella of the Equitable Trust Company. Banking, not oil was the Rockefeller Family’s greatest concern. As evidenced by the fact that the firstborn, John D Rockefeller Jr. pursued banking almost exclusively.
“In 1921, he (John D Jr.) received about 10% of the shares of the Equitable Trust Company from his father, making him the bank’s largest shareholder. Subsequently, in 1930, the Equitable merged with the Chase National Bank, now JP Morgan Chase, and became at that time the largest bank in the world. Although his stockholding was reduced to about 4% following this merger, he was still the largest shareholder in what became known as the “Rockefeller bank”.
So, denying the Rockefellers the opportunity to make money with paper money that charged interest was not good for ones health. One year after he signed the “Gold Standard Act”, he was assassinated.
Now we see the truth. When you put together the information from all the accounts, you uncover the cover up. McKinley, like Kennedy, inspite of their ties with the Masons, moved in the interest of the country and tried to establish a monetary system backed with gold or silver, which would have freed the people from the Rothschild/Rockefellers iron fists.
We are going to move now from the gory details of the assassination to the more spiritual significance of the this issue.
CANTON TRUTH: Masonic Symbols Used inside William Mckinley Monument
DECEMBER 1, 2007
Masonic Symbols Used inside William Mckinley Monument
The William Mckinley Monument located in Canton, Ohio is full of Masonic symbols in its architecture. This is not a surprise to some who know that William Mckinley was a high level Mason. The Monument itself uses Roman, Egyptian and Greek architecture designs. The Dome is a example of a Roman design. Here is some information concerning Domes. Some examples of Egyptian design is the fact Mckinley is buried in a tomb honoring him. The Egyptians buried their Pharoahs in tombs. Another example of Egyptian design is the lions (remember the assassin who shot him was named Leon or lion) heads located on Mckinley and his Wife’s burial vault on each corner. Some examples of Greek designs is the fact the monument is white along with the two sculptures of Acacia (Acacia as funerary symbolism signifyies resurrection and immortality. The tree gains its importance from the description of the burial of Hiram Abiff, who provided some of the builders for King Solomon’s Temple in Jerusalem.[Egyptian mythology has associated the acacia tree with characteristics of the tree of life, such as in the Myth of Osiris and Isis.) on the front of the monument. The point I’m trying to make here is the Masons use the cultures of the Greeks, Romans, Egyptians and Hebrews in their secret society and is portrayed in this monument to honor a high level Mason.
The Acacia on the front of the monument is a symbol used by Masons to represent immortality after death which is used in their rituals. The most noteworthy symbol in the monument is the fasces used on the inside above the entranceway hidden in the architecture. The fasces was used on the Italian flag during the reign of dictator Benito Mussolini and is a Fascist symbol. So the question is why is it used in the William Mckinley monument if this is suppose to be a free nation? Click here to see other examples of the fasces being used. The Masons use the Fasces symbol and they put this symbol in the monument. Another symbol is the Rose symbols on the doors of the monument which show Rosicrucian involvement in William Mckinley’s life. The Rosicrucian’s are similar to Freemasonry. The Mason’s gave William Mckinley a burial wreath and is still at the monument today right when you walk threw the entrance. It says Brother William Mckinley with Masonic Square and compass symbol on the plaque. It goes on to show all the Masonic lodges William Mckinley belonged to. Some of the chapters of masonry that he belonged to surprised me when I was there here they are. Order Of The Red Cross, Knights Of Malta, and Order Of The Temple. Although I’m uncertain how high of degree William Mckinley was he was definitely involved in a evil secret society while President which may have lead up to his murder. The Monument along with its surroundings create the shape of a cross and sword from the sky.(a sword from the sky, seen in several places lately, especially on the JADE HELM logo) To see evidence of this go to Google Earth and view the monument and see the sword. The sword is a Masonic symbol also.
The star Sirius is a very important symbol to Masons. They use the star in their temples threw out the world. It is often called the dog star or blazing star. Click here to read David Ovason’s book Secret Architecture Of Our Nation’s Capital and read his explanation of why Mason’s use the star sirius as one of their important symbols. The star sirius (worshipped by ancient people of all kinds https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sirius and check this out http://conspiracyresearch.blogspot.c…-theology.html ) is located in the ceiling of the monument dome in a stained glass. Here is a picture of the Sirius symbol. President John Quincy Adams who opposed Masonry had this to say about Freemasons. “Masonry ought forever to be abolished. It is wrong – essentially wrong a seed of evil, which can never produce any good.”
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“Freemasonry unites the men of every country, sect and opinion and conciliates friendship among those who otherwise remain at a perpetual distance. This is symbolized by the display of three holy books — a Bible, Quran and Tanakh.
- William McKinley stares from a corner of a new Keller Gallery exhibit — The Masons in Ohio — in a photograph showing him dressed as a Knight Templar.
Nearby is the sword he wore as a Mason, an artifact from the Mason lodge at Canton Masonic Temple that Wm. McKinley Presidential Library & Museum curator Kimberly Kenney included in the traveling exhibit brought to the McKinley museum by Ohio Historical Society.(Information has been corrected to fix an error at 5:20 p.m. Feb. 12. See correction at end of story.)
The “Masons in Ohio” exhibit at the McKinley Museum attempts to show that there is more to being a Freemason than wearing a funny hat. “To be a Freemason,” says text in the exhibit, “a man must be at least 19 years old, believe in God, and be of good moral character.”
FRATERNITY OF PRESIDENTS
Four of Ohio’s eight presidents, including McKinley, lived up to that standard. Portraits of Warren G. Harding, William H. Taft and James A. Garfield accompany McKinley’s photograph in the exhibit, and hang on the wall not far from a listing of the Masonic bodies of which McKinley was a member.
Eagle Lodge No. 431, Free and Accepted Masons, was one of them. So were Canton Chapter No. 84, Royal Arch Masons, and Canton Commandery No. 38, Knights Templar.
“It isn’t surprising that 14 presidents were Masons,” said Chad Simpson, director of program development for the Grand Lodge of Free & Accepted Masons of Ohio in Worthington. “Our presidents were all extraordinary individuals, but in many ways, they were just ordinary people.”
And joining fraternal groups — one of the most popular being the Masons — was a common thing for “ordinary” people to do for many of the 200 years since the Grand Lodge of Ohio was organized from six Masonic groups, said Simpson.
Indeed, it was last year’s bicentennial of the Grand Lodge that gave birth to the exhibit, said Simpson. This year, the artifacts from the Grand Lodge museum were brought to Canton and combined with artifacts from McKinley museum and other area Masonic locations to “build a little interest” in the Masons at a time when membership in fraternal organizations is not at its peak.
“We’re trying to demystify it,” said Simpson, “and give people a little idea of what we do in our lodge.”
Indeed, one of the first displays in the exhibit, assembled from the furniture of a Masonic lodge in Massillon, is the setting of a lodge room.
“In the middle you kind of get an idea of how a Masonic lodge looks,” Simpson explained, “and other artifacts surround it.”
Among those peripheral artifacts are a hand-carved Masonic bible, completed by William Clark Cole while stationed at Camp Dennison. The bible is “opened” to the 133rd Psalm and is illustrated with several Masonic emblems.
- Page 2 of 2 – Nearby are the artifacts upon which many of those Masonic symbols are based — the tools of stone masons. Other display cases hold artifacts used in past Masonic rituals — gavels and attire. On the walls are Masonic membership certificates. And one case offers artifacts of women affiliated with the Masons — “jewels” worn by members of the Order of Eastern Star.(I find it interesting that the woman who signed the name change document was named Jewel. The jewels of the eatern star.)
A few feet away is the McKinley display area, which includes his sword, photographs of McKinley in Masonic uniforms, and information about his membership in the Masons, which he joined in 1865.
“The significance of this exhibit to us is that we use the Keller Gallery to explore local history and right now this is an extension of the (adjacent) McKinley Gallery,” noted curator Kenney. “We thought it was appropriate to explain to people what the Masons were because our president was a Mason.”
The Grand Lodge has an interest in relating to local history, said Simpson. But the exhibit also has the larger purpose opening a window to Masonic activity at a time when Masons often are being criticized for the “secret” nature of their organization.
“If it wasn’t an organization doing good, it wouldn’t have lasted this long,” he said. “And if it wasn’t good, your grandfathers and your fathers and your favorite uncles wouldn’t have been involved in it.”
ABOUT THE EXHIBIT
WHAT: “The Masons in Ohio”
WHERE: Keller Gallery at Wm. McKinley Presidential Library & Museum
WHEN: Through June 7
WHO: Produced by Ohio Historical Society
WHY: Exhibit explores the history of the Masons in Ohio, a society of which William McKinley and three other Ohio presidents were members.
HOW MUCH: Admission to the McKinley museum is $7 for adults, $6 for seniors and $5 for children 3-18. Museum hours are 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Saturday and noon to 4 p.m. Sunday.
Correction:The Knight Templar sword once worn by William McKinley displayed in the new exhibit “The Masons in Ohio” at Wm. McKinley Presidential Library & Museum is an artifact owned by the Masonic body at Canton Masonic Temple. A story posted at 3:32 p.m. Feb. 11 incorrectly reported its ownership.”
Mountains and HIGH PLACES have always represented spiritual worship throughout history. Pagan as well as Christian/Judeo. There is something very mystical about high places, apparently they hold great power. The following articles/websites should help to reveal some of those secrets and open your eyes to the most significant reason for this sudden name change.
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