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Hi-Ram Abiff: The Conspiracy of St John the Scot Divine

 
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Hi-Ram Abiff: The Conspiracy of St John the Scot Divine
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For being such a famous Scottish theologian, philosopher and poet who was also the Grand Preceptor to one of the greatest French Kings ever, it is quite a surprise that little to nothing is known about the true history of a man named Johannes Scotus Eriugena or John Scotus. It reminds me of my ancestor Saint Bede whose conspiracy I had also written about a few months ago whose teachings, books authored and life story appear to exactly match the story of this most famous Scottish philosopher named John Scotus who like Bede, was also the Grand Preceptor to the King of the Franks, Charlemagne.

The facts are that there are so many coincidences, that this is really no coincidence at all and nothing short of an ancient religious conspiracy. A conspiracy that Europe’s greatest philosopher of the early Middle Ages, John Scotus (who was actually born in Scotland) and the Father of English History and Doctor of the Catholic Church, Saint Bede are in fact the same person. A man whose blood, race, nationality, teachings and rites that have been detested by Rome and contested by the Templars for the last 1300 years. This would also be the same “John” who we also know of today in the New Testament as John of Patmos or Saint John the Divine who wrote the Apocalypse of St John (Revelations of St John). In addition, to the above connections tying Bede and Scotus together as the same person, they both had miraculously wrote a Commentary on the Gospel of John.

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John the Scot who was born in Iona, Scotland.

This most worthy Saint we know of today in the New Testament as John of Patmos or Saint John the Divine who had wrote the Apocalypse of St John (Revelations of St John). Saint John the Divine would be who we know of as Saint Bede today and during his life he was known by family and friends as John the Scot who was born in Iona, Scotland. Of course the Latins of Rome lead by the Pope were jealous of this man of another race and nationality so they were not too happy to receive teachings and commentary on the bible from a Scottish born man named John who adored the Greeks from whom he descended. The Latins in Rome would simply not have John Scotus or his teachings be circulated simply because of his race and Nationality was different from theirs. His illuminated teachings were a threat to their Latin families and just like the Vatican is very good at doing, they had sought to annihilate John Scotus, destroy his truthful teachings and steal that which they deemed fit of his illuminated writings to further their world domination.



Idol1 The stunning revelations do not stop here. John Scotus (AKA Bede & Saint John the Divine) may also be the figure head behind the story of the murdered “allegorical” grand master honored by Freemasons known to the world as, Hiram Abiff. Just like the Masonic legend of Hiram, John Scotus was also murdered by his students who had attempted to unsuccessfully steal their master’s secrets.

However, instead of murdering him with Mason Tools like that of the Hiram Abiff legend, they had murdered the Grand Master John Scotus with their pens. Manly P. Hall calls the Grand Master of the Dionysiac Architects, CHiram Abiff, a Widow’s Son and guess what, this same John Scotus had worked on a Latin translation of Dionysius the Areopagite undertaken at the request of Charles the Bald (Charlemagne).

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Perfect love means perfect harmony. Various are the strings on a harp yet they constitute one harp. “Love is a tie or bond through which all things are united in ineffable friendship and insoluble unity,” – Saint John Scotus Erigena.

Life of Johannes Scotus Eriugena:

Regarded as Europe’s greatest philosopher of the early Middle Ages, Johannes Scottus Eriugena, was an Irishman. Eriugena was highly proficient in Greek, which, though rare at that time in West Europe, was used in the learning tradition of Early and Medieval Ireland, as evidenced by the use of Greek script in medieval Irish manuscripts. Thus, with an Irish education, he was well equipped for Western society, and his linguistic competences allowed for intellectual exchanges. He moved to France (about 845) and took over the Palatine Academy at the invitation of Carolingian King Charles the Bald.

pope Would the Catholic Church condemn “some” of John Scotus’ teaching and writings?

Yes and yes. It doesn’t take long to figure out that during the life of John Scotus, shortly thereafter and to this very day there has been a cover up by the Catholic Church who it is said that a book on the Eucharist, attributed to Scotus by Berengarius, was condemned in three synods, and committed to the flames as impious and heretical.

dead3 Pope orders Charles either to send the aforesaid John to Rome to give an account of himself, or at lensj not to permit him to remain any longer at Paris as the head of the University;

Accordingly, when his work appeared, Pope Nicholas wrote a letter to Charles the Bald, in which he complains of the publication of this translation without the usual apostolic sanction—quod juxta morem ecclesiae nobis mitti debet— especially as John the Scot, who translated it, although said to be a man of much learning, was by many persons regarded as not altogether sound in his doctrine—non sapere in quibusdam frequenti rumore dicitur. Therefore the Pope orders Charles either to send the aforesaid John to Rome to give an account of himself, or at lensj not to permit him to remain any longer at Paris as the head of the University—aut certo Parisiis in studio, cujus capital jam olim fuisse perhibetur, morari non sinatis. This letter was written in the third year of Nicholas’s pontificate, either A.d. 861 or 862. We do not know what effect the letter produced, whether the king dismissed Scotus from his high position or not. It is very improbable that he did dismiss him, seeing the way in which Anastasius, himself a Roman, spoke of Scotus twelve yearf later as a holy, learned, and humble man. Most probably by that time they had got better information concerning Scotus in Rome, and found out that he was neither so unsound in doctrine, nor so Photian in his tendencies as his enemies made him out to be. At this time, however, when the Pope wrote to Charles, Scotus took very good care not to go to Rome, where he might have met the fate of Gotteschalk; nor does it appear that Charles dismissed his favourite from the palace, although requested to do so by the Pope himself.

jerkit His books committed to the flames as impious and heretical just like countless others was ordered to be burnt by the Catholic Church at the Council of Rome in A.d. 1059

The next discussion in which Scotus is said to have taken part occurred shortly afterwards. It has been stated by many writers that he was the first who denied the doctrine of the Real Presence in the Western Church. Certainly, Berengarius, in the eleventh century, claimed Scotus as his i eacher on the new doctrine which he introduced; and the Sacramentarians regarded him as a great apostle of what they called the truth. A book on the Eucharist, attributed to Scotus by Berengarius, was condemned in three synods, and committed to the flames as impious and heretical and the book just like countless others was ordered to be burnt by the Catholic Church at the Council of Rome in A.d. 1059

The very words, on account of which Berengarius says the book was ordered to be burnt at the Council of Rome in A.d. 1059, namely—”ea quae in altare consecrantur esse figuram, pignus, et signum Corporis et Sanguinis Christi,” and which were used in a heretical sense by Berengarius but not by their author, are found in the Book of Ratramnus, the MS. of which still bears his name in uncial letters of the tenth century.

KD Pope orders all books found on the Eucharist by Scotus to beburned, and inflicted excommunication on those who had it in their possession;

We learn from the Chronicon of the monk Alberic, but from no other source, that in the year A.d. 1225, Honorius III. sent a Brief to the archbishops and bishops of France, in which he passed a severe judgment on the book of Scotus, entitled “Periphysis,” for so the monk writes it. The Bishop of Paris had informed the Pope that this work was full of heretical depravity, and had been condemned by the Archbishop of Sens and his suffragans, that it was hid in many monasteries, where cloistered and scholastic men, thinking it a great thing to propound new opinions, spent much time in the study of the book. So the Pope ordered it to be carefully sought after, whenever it was found to be solemnly burned, and inflicted excommunication, ipso facto, on those who should knowingly presume to keep it in their possession.

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Idol1 Any Freemasons who would like to discuss these Revelations?
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