Roots of the Controllers #2: The Secret Society of Freemasons (W/Full Video)

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from Want to Know.info

“George Washington was a Mason, along with 13 other presidents and numerous Supreme Court Justices. Benjamin Franklin published a book about Freemasonry on his own printing press. Nine signers of the Declaration of Independence were Freemasons, including the man with the biggest signature: John Hancock.”
– MSNBC article on the Masons and Freemasonry titled “Secrets of ‘The Lost Symbol,'” 10/27/09

Dear friends,

Few people understand the degree to which secret societies like the Masons wield power and control behind the scenes in our world. 14 out of the 43 U.S. presidents were Masons. That is one out of three presidents. Yet most people know very little about this secretive organization. Key major media articles have given a glimpse of the inordinate power of top secret societies, yet the media in general seem reluctant to investigate deeply and to inform us of these powerful groups. . . . Read Complete Report

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from US News and World Report

Famous Freemasons

INTRODUCTION

From U.S. presidents to top athletes, Founding Fathers to legendary writers, Freemasons can be found in almost every field. Here are some of the most notable members, representing a wide variety of professions. . . . Read Complete Report
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from youtube
Secret History of the Freemasons
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