FEBRUARY 2005 (ARCHIVES) - Who is
"Larry"? Well, the name of a
caller who phones into the talk-show
"Radio Liberty" where the
Freemasons are discussed. In a very
entertaining phone conversation, he
contradicts himself so many times that it's
almost impossible not to see through the
Every now and then, you'll hear stories
about the Freemasons and other secret
societies. Mostly can be identified as
conspiracy theories. Many people laugh over
the conspiracy theories that surround them,
and so they should. After all, a theory is
only a theory. Fiction. And a conspiracy
theory therefore is like a good thriller.
Secret societies such as Skull &
Bones, and the Knights Templar, are often
called "fraternal organizations".
Many do not know what they are and therefore
think it's all fiction and irrelevant. But
it's not really that mysterious.
Because the secret societies are simply the
fore-runners of what we now know as the
Secret Services: MI5, CIA, MOSSAD, et
There are very ancient accounts of the early
Secret Services. The James Bonds of the days
of old were serving EMPEROR NIMROD OF
BABYLON by committing covert operations
against who-ever was unwilling to bow for
the ORDO SECLORUM, or WORLD ORDER OF THE
Nimrod's agents were trained at the Mystery
Schools. They were initiated into the Secret
Luciferian Doctrine. Today we would call it
Satanism. Satan is called The Father Of Lies
and it will therefore be no surprise that a
crucial element of the Satanist State
Religion is a course in manipulation.
This is not so far-stretched when you keep
realizing how the Secret Societies or Lodges
are simply the forerunners of the Secret
Services. We know that the Secret Services
manipulate and all. That's why they're
called secret. We enjoy the great stories
about James Bond, we let ourselves be
entertained because we know James Bond
stories are conspiracy theories: fictional
But we equally know, that there are real
James Bonds. We know that there is a reality
which serves as foundation for the theory.
And we also know that the real James Bonds
are no theory. And what they do is not
The secret societies are not fictional
either. And when you know what they are,
there's no need to waste your time trying to
unravel the web of the conspirators.
We know there is a conspiracy, but Psalm 2
describes. The leaders of nations gather
themselves against the Creator. and what
does the Creator do against it? He laughs
and scorns at the little conspiracy.
So it's perfectly normal to laugh over
conspiracies and theories. However, there is
a conspiracy reality. This reality isn't
laughable at all, and not a puzzle to
unravel either. Everybody can see the
wickedness caused by the conspirers, whose
New World Order isn't a theory but a
Blood of sufferers is spilled every day. And
the sufferers are crying to the Creator for
revenge. As the book of the Apocalypse
reveals, there will be a time in which the
measure of wickedness will be full. The cup
which is currently filling itself with the
blood of the sufferers throughout the ages
will run over and that is when JAH
RASTAFARI, God Almighty Himself, will stop
But until that time, we have to deal with
the fact that Babylon system is still
So let's get back to Nimrod, when Babylon
system was founded after the days of Noah.
The mystery schools that trained the early
James Bonds are still there. They make no
secret about it either. No, they even brag
how they're here for over 6000 years.
A very well-known mystery school is the
Order Of The Freemasons. The masons are a
subject of many conspiracy theories. But not
everything is a theory.
Take for example the Knights Templar.
Everyone who hears this, immediately thinks
about the crusades. After all, the Knights
Templar were a Secret Service for the Pope.
And they still exist!
They "take care of matters in
Jerusalem", according to the 8th
highest ranking Freemason in the United
States of America. "Larry", as he
calls himself, admits that the Knights
Templar are a part of this network of Secret
Societies of which also the Freemasons are
But it's not really "admitting",
it's bragging. And "Larry" loves
Bragging also how the freemasons were there
when the first boat arrived on the American
coast, for example. Yes, the freemasons were
there when the Europeans
"discovered" a "new
world" to build cities on.
Who is "Larry"? Well, the name of
a caller who phones into the talk-show
"Radio Liberty" where the
Freemasons are discussed.
In a very entertaining phone conversation,
he contradicts himself so many times that
it's almost impossible not to see through