Will Freemason Albert Pike’s Statue be Removed in Washington D.C?
By Michael Hoffman
In the Soviet-like frenzy to erase historical memory and generate amnesia, Nancy Pelosi’s Congress is hellbent on pulverizing the remembrance of things past.
The move is on to raze every statue to a Confederate in Washington D.C., which begs the question, will Albert Pike’s monument also fall?
Pike was a Confederate general and the Supreme Commander of the Scottish Rite of Freemasonry Southern Jurisdiction, the most powerful masonic organization on earth.
His book, Morals and Dogma espoused Satanism.
Hundreds of thousands of whites were (and are) his disciples.
His statue in our nation's capitol honors Satanism, which probably means that the diabolic U.S. Congress, recognizing a fellow-traveler, might leave it untouched, even while it razes other statues.
Our proposal: keep Pike’s monument intact. Place a plaque prominently next to it containing the statement: "This statue to a masonic Satanist testifies to the hold a powerful secret society has exerted over our nation.”
Freemasonry is Kabbalism for Goyim
Revisionist history reveals that Kabbalism was first infiltrated into the West in "Catholic" Florence in the late 15th century. You will search in vain for a Renaissance or post-Renaissance papal encyclical condemning it. Pope Leo XIII's famous denunciation of Masonry carefully avoided Kabbalah, which is tantamount to writing about the origin of the automobile without mentioning the internal combustion engine.
From Pico della Mirandola to Cardinal Henri de Lubac, for more than five hundred years the Church of Rome has been the deep cover center for Kabbalism among the goyim.
Pike's satanic Freemasonry was ancillary fungus, generated by a far deeper, papal rot. Natural slaves (see Aristotle's tripartite division of humanity), will never be able to handle these radical truths. True sons and daughters of Augustine, Aquinas and Dante, will.
Read The Occult Renaissance Church of Rome for the documentation.