Friday, January 28, 2011

Was Rev, William Booth a closet freemason ???

I am not sugesting that Booth was a mason, but this photo does pose a question why is William Booth founder of the salvation army showing the Masonic Hidden Hand "what we are, what we do".

Gen. Wm. Booth

Figure 34 shown here is taken directly from Duncan's Masonic Ritual and Monitor (3rd Edition). It pictures the Royal Arch Mason performing the magical Sign of the Master of the Second Veil, which I informally and more informatively call here the Sign of the Hidden Hand of the Men of Jahbuhlun.

According to Duncan's the candidate presents this sign when he is approached by three sojourners from Babylon. Their objective: Rebuild the Temple of Solomon in Jerusalem and eventually establish a world empire of the Jews.

In his teaching course on Ancient Masonry, C.C. Zain of The Brotherhood of Light explains that the ritual for this degree requires a keen understanding of astrology. But, its performance is said to be derived from a passage in the scriptures. "The sign is made," writes Zain, "by thrusting the hand into the bosom and again drawing it out."9 The official Masonic explanation for this sign—a myth intended to divert the profane from the truth — is that it refers to the fourth chapter of Exodus in the Bible :

"And the Lord said unto Moses, put now thine hand into thy bosom; and he put his hand into his bosom; and when he took it out, behold his hand was leprous as snow."

Leprous, indeed, is the hand of the Mason who vainly seeks to hide and coverup his fides oath of allegiance to Jahbuhlun, his sacred God. But, believe me, there is no relationship of the Mason to Moses, a prophet of God who loyally worshipped the true I AM, the God who reigns for all eternity in heaven.


Carlos said...

As someone brought up in the Salvation Army and have served a soldier, I can also confirm that the connections between the 2 are their, to the point that my father was condemned within the corp for not being a free mason, hypticrytical does not even come close to what the SA is these days

Anonymous said...

Hi Carlos your father did the right thing it was interesting when I filmed what was said by the SA in London a few years ago, the SA do not represent the gospel they are simply another group that pays homage to the Pope.