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Enormously ambitious, the "father of our country" was aggressive and without scruples. Giving not a damn for education and the finer side of life, George Washington was a money-grabbing, glory-grabbing charlatan with a bent for deceit and the devious. With the ability to inspire trust and zeal, he was the perfect tool for Masonry. Therefore, he was made privy to the deepest held secrets of that diabolical organization, and allowed to fulfill his insatiable need for power, wealth, and attention. . . What a job lying historians have done on this fakir over the last 200 years!!!

And George Was an occultist who got a tremendous bang out of fooling around with the "supernatural." Of the highest masonic degree, the "father of our country" was in full masonic regalia when he deposited secret objects at the cornerstone laying of the White House. With awe his subjects hailed this expert in the art of witchcraft as the "Worshipful Master." Talking with "angels," this pagan had visions, and by the "angels" and "visions" mapped a course for the newly formed nation--13 states with 13 masonic governors--to follow. Since that time, every man succeeding to the presidency of the United States--whether a mason or a favored member of some other demonic order--has held firmly to the treasonous outline plotted by the sorcerer we have been taught to honor and admire.

Norma Cox, Kooks Museum: Norma Cox Exhibit 34 Comments [9/10/2010 3:57:58 PM]
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Smurfette Principle

Well, at least she doesn't think the founding fathers created this country as a Christian nation.

9/10/2010 4:50:04 PM

aaa

Oh noes, USA was founded by a bunch of greedy masons. I am shoked.

9/10/2010 5:03:48 PM

Dr. Steve Brule

I really wish that these Masonic conspiracy theorists could tell me when I'm going to learn all of this witchcraft and sorcery. Shit, I've been a member for almost four years, and prior to that I worked my ass off through their youth group, DeMolay.

For a group that runs the world, the only thing these crazy old men seem effective at is arguing with each other whether they should serve Iced Tea or (decaf!) Coffee after the Lodge meetings. That, and telling each other "I was Master of X-Lodge in X-city, X-state in the year 195X, AND THAT WAS A DAMN GOOD YEAR!"

For those of you of a sane mind who have wondered what it is the Freemasons do in their Lodge meetings, that about summons it up right there.

9/10/2010 5:09:37 PM

Dr. Steve Brule


9/10/2010 5:22:13 PM



It's a nice break from all of that "patriotic" bullshit you hear from the others.

9/10/2010 5:41:13 PM

Person

Crazy lady needs to get a life and a clue. Proof beyond a reasonable doubt that you're conspiracy theory is true.

@Smurfette Principle
You're right about that.

@Dr. Steve Burle
Good to know

9/10/2010 6:54:28 PM

nazani14

You forgot to mention that he probably was unfaithful to Martha.

9/10/2010 7:52:18 PM

Percy Q. Shunn

Kooks Museum.

If there has ever been a more appropriate name for this kind of drivel, I'd love to hear it.

9/10/2010 8:00:12 PM

Lucilius

I'm not a Mason, but my dad was and so's one of my good friends. I have a large coffee urn, and my friend asked to borrow it because his lodge was having a bake sale.

It seems to me that the dangerous conspiracy to rule the world is a tad overrated if it's dependent on borrowed appliances and bran muffins.

9/10/2010 8:14:31 PM

jsonitsac

How is somebody who chose to retire after serving two terms as President back to Mt. Vernon somebody without scruples?
With the ability to inspire trust and zeal, he was the perfect tool for Masonry. Therefore, he was made privy to the deepest held secrets of that diabolical organization, and allowed to fulfill his insatiable need for power, wealth, and attention. . . What a job lying historians have done on this fakir over the last 200 years!!!

He inspired trust and zeal making him an ideal leader for the Continental Army. Sure he was a wealthy man by the standards of the day, but if you look at his behavior as a general and as President you see a man who is concerned with the success of his cause, not himself. He often paid his soldiers out of his own pocket. He did everything in his power to ensure that is troops had sufficient food and shelter. His silverware went into some of America's first coins.

I don't get why these people are so anti-mason. Sure its a secret group, but its membership requirements aren't that strict, just be a good citizen and you're pretty much in. Also their ideology built the United States which means things like liberty and equality are Masonic ideals. So if you think the Masons are evil, and you think their ideology is evil, wouldn't it stand to reason that you think that freedom is evil?

9/10/2010 8:31:03 PM

Huckster Sam

Ah, the Freemason conspiracy.

That's some Crazy-Cola Classic, there.

9/10/2010 10:34:28 PM

London Jew

Have you visited the page? It is truly wonderful: the quote above is possibly the least crazy thing Norrma Cox says:

Norma Cox's stirring exposés of the truths that have been deliberately hidden from American Aryans by evil alien pagan gods who live inside the hollow earth and in outer space, are the result of a literal-mindedness ruthlessly applied to everything from UFOs to American History. The bits and pieces of this conspiriologist's knowledge are sewn together into a crazy quilt where leading Jews are sun-worshippers, where Hitler is alive in a warm place beneath Antarctica, and where the Statue of Liberty is a radio tower receiving messages from the moon. A little knowledge may be a dangerous thing, but it is also essential if one is to explain why the world is a complete mess. It seems that the less you know, the more you can explain, and Norma Cox can explain everything.


9/11/2010 1:54:50 AM

Wozza

Well gee, given the US is the most powerful country in the world and that, with a number of unfortunate exceptions, has generally been a force for freedom and the advancement of humanity, I'll be sticking with the masons.

9/11/2010 5:41:48 AM

shykid



You're nuts.

ETA: I read the link. This lady is a living, breathing trifecta. Here's a snippet of her FSTDT/CSTDT/RSTDT hat-trickery:

Norma Cox's stirring exposés of the truths that have been deliberately hidden from American Aryans by evil alien pagan gods who live inside the hollow earth and in outer space, are the result of a literal-mindedness ruthlessly applied to everything from UFOs to American History. The bits and pieces of this conspiriologist's knowledge are sewn together into a crazy quilt where leading Jews are sun-worshippers, where Hitler is alive in a warm place beneath Antarctica, and where the Statue of Liberty is a radio tower receiving messages from the moon. [...] Mrs. Cox's writings are especially urgent, due to her sincere belief that "here in the United States the White Christian is targeted for extinction," and that soon, there will be a Battle of the Titans, between the heathen gods of the Inner Earth and the One True God and His Son Jesus Christ. "Christians knowing and spreading the truth of all this will largely survive. The Elect--the Israel of the surface--will go into Earth to join Jacob where together the two forces will take up the fight in a world that, until now, has been unknown to surface dwellers."

Omfg.

9/11/2010 8:04:21 AM

Colgate

Dr. Steve Brule has it exactly right! I guess we missed the 'Witchcraft and Sorcery' parts of our initiation. And don't forget the other favorite topic, "Well, those fellows in Lodge X over in Dumbfuckville, they REALLY have a grand old time at Grand Lodge". Demonic organization my ass!!!

9/11/2010 8:14:12 AM

CohibaMan

@Dr. Steve Brule

No kidding. I even went up through to the 32nd Degree of the Scottish Rite, which is where the conspiracy theorists say the REAL devil worship and sorcery goes on... needless to say, I'm still waiting.

9/11/2010 10:27:56 AM

Flah

The first two sentences promised to introduce an interesting counterargument against the standard interpretation of George Washington's actions and motivations. And then it started going downhill. And how.

9/11/2010 10:47:06 AM



@CohibaMan
Of course you would be saying that. Everyone knows you all are woven to silence and misinformation. =)

9/11/2010 6:01:28 PM



@CohibaMan
Of course you would be saying that. Everyone knows you all are woven to silence and misinformation. =)

9/11/2010 7:55:30 PM



Wasn't the cornerstone lost in 1812?

And no Norma you are the demons...

9/11/2010 8:43:54 PM

Papabear

Norma Cox - the prize exhibit in the Kooks Museum.

9/11/2010 9:31:11 PM



He was too stupid to be an evil villain. Stop watching so many movies.

9/13/2010 2:59:30 AM

Doubting Thomas

No, no, no, no. George Washington was a Baptist minister who, along with Thomas Jefferson and all the rest of the Protestant Christian founding fathers, founded this country as a Christian nation for Christians only. Or at least that's the story I've been getting from Christians a lot lately.

9/13/2010 11:35:22 AM

pete

Actually, this is a refreshing change from the usual fundy bullshit about our "Christian nation".

9/13/2010 10:21:42 PM

Tempus

@shykid: Look for Glenn Beck to start peddling Norma's books on his show soon!

9/14/2010 1:45:17 AM
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