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Freemasonry, The Jesuits and the Church

 
byron from boston
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Freemasonry, The Jesuits and the Church
Clearing up the loose ends of history.

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Catholics are quick to correcly point out Freemasonry has a history of hostility towards the Roman Catholc Church. Revolutions fomented by the Freemasons have often been anti-Catholic. It is then somewhat of a dichotomy the how the Freemasons could be founded by an military order of Catholic Knights Templar.

The Freemason-Catholic connection is the Jesuits. The Jesuits were also founded by military knights who either were Templars or served with them in battle in the crusades. The Jesuits are Templars in priestly robes.

The Holy Roman Empire ruled for centuries. The knights ran the empire for the pope. In France the knights earned a bad name and were placed on trial. The same would later happen to the Jesuits. The Holy Roman Empire became unworkable thus it seems the knights devised a plan to continue ruling as a secular society with no visible ties to the Vatican. The Freemasons were born in 1717 and began replacing monarchies with secular republics. However, by chain of command the military order of knights running Freemasonry in Washington and London answer to the Jesuit General who has ruled the Vatican for 200 years.
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Re: Freemasonry, The Jesuits and the Church
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The Jesuits were being kicked out of certain countries like France around the times of the revolutions there, the pope was forced by secular powers to disband them. Ironically, the Russians czar refused to enact it in their own country and spheres of influence and so they survived.
As far as Masons being from the Templars, thats just a theory. They don't have anything in common with the original Templars, it's all fluff for their image.

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