Thursday, March 29, 2007

'Corn, Wine and Oil' film concludes Masons are creepy Satanists

A 14-minute trailer called "Corn, Wine and Oil," an excerpt from a 3-hour film, touches on, in no particular order, the architecture of Washington, DC, Skull and Bones, the hidden meaning of "corn," Masonic cornerstone ceremonies, Baal worship, the Morgan Affair, Royal Arch ritual, George Washington and Benjamin Franklin, and much more. Using spooky music and gee-whiz narration along with interviews with Masonic authors, Christian ministers, Scottish Rite spokesman Brent Morris, and others, the film concludes that Freemasons are creepy Satan worshipers. One interesting clip shows author and Co-Masonry member Dr. Robert Heironimus trashing Skull and Bones as "the most powerful and one of the darkest of all secret societies." There's even a clip of Pres. George W. Bush saying "it's so secret I can't talk about it."

Here's the movie's blurb, from Google Video:
New 14 Minute Trailer — "Riddles In Stone: Secret Architecture of Washington, D.C.," will continue to explore the fascinating history behind the origins and focus of the world's most powerful nation: America. Why was this nation founded? How was the precise location of Washington, D.C., determined? What is the meaning of the seemingly countless occult images in our nation's capitol?

Volume II zeroes in on the Masonic & Rosicrucian influence so prevalent amongst our Founding Fathers as they planned, and began to implement, the layout of America's Capitol. For years, extreme controversy has abounded as to the exact meaning of the occult symbols found within the street layout, the buildings, and the monuments of Washington, D.C.

Is there really an inverted Pentagram formed by the street layout just north of the White House? We have discovered the esoteric reason why this Pentagram is missing one segment.

Was this city laid out to reflect the vision of a Masonic Christ foreseen by Sir Francis Bacon? Is it true that America's capitol was laid out "according to the stars", i.e., in the astrological shapes of certain planets and stars so revered by occultists?

Why did our Masonic Founding Fathers perform "Corn, Wine, and Oil" ceremonies at cornerstone layings and at the dedication of the finished structure?

Does this occult "wisdom" represent the interests of America, or a hidden agenda?

As with Volume I, this "Secret Mysteries" series will continue to explore current — and possibly future — events by examining America's past. What can these realities mean for the unfolding destiny of America and the world? Now you will know that, when President Bush said he was fulfilling the "Ancient Hope" of the "New Order of the Ages" (as we show in Volume I), he was merely acting out the plan reflected in the street layout and in the architecture of Washington, D.C.
Watch the video at Google Video or below.

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  1. I like the fact that they say creepy satanists instead of just plain satanists...

    The creepy make it sound so much better!


  2. Du du du du...du du du du.

    Kinda ridiculous.

    People should just accept that we control the world through the captured aliens entombed in the altars of our lodges and be done with it.

  3. I have had it up to my neck and ears with religeous intolerants.

    As for the profane's opion of Freemasonry, all the slander in the world will not move one mote of honor from the man who truly keeps her precepts.

  4. Ok. I'm convinced. One question though: at the next regular stated meeting, can we cut the price of gasonbline to under $2.60 a gallon? I drive a pickup and this is killing me.

  5. Wayfaring Man:

    Contact Illuminati HQ, Petroleum Oligopoly Division, c/o HOTT, and ask for a UG4FM application. Once you've completed the paperwork, you'll get a plastic card you can use at any Illuminati-controlled gas station in the world, and fill your pickup for free. If your pickup is a Dodge Ram, with that satanic-looking goatshead emblem on it, you'll also get unlimited free car washes.

    Just one of the many benefits of being a Mason — the Unlimited Gas 4 Free Masons card. Don't leave home without it.

    — W.S

  6. I have to agree with all the previous comments, but traveling man hit it square.

    I move we make gas FREE for us.

  7. I love these allegations that we're "worshipping Ba'al" without even knowing it. Just like we were "unknowingly" worshipping Satan whenever we bought a box of Proctor and Gamble soap powder with their "Satanic" logo on it.

    And how does Ed Decker go out in public after having his almost completely fabricated Masonic career exposed for the lie that it was?

  8. And how does Ed Decker go out in public after having his almost completely fabricated Masonic career exposed for the lie that it was?

    For some reason, this never seems to bother the "Liars for Jesus" crowd. I always wonder why they think that they can justify this behavior.

    Hey WS - you've been messing with your template or something this week, haven't you? You had a crazy layout the other day - was it 3 column?

    Today, some fonts are not displaying well in Firefox (the footers and stuff at the end of the posts are minuscule) and you used to have a Comment link at the top of the post - it's missing. And did you do away with the "Latest Comments" widget? I haven't seen that in a while.

  9. What irked me the most among their many specious arguments is this whole corn/Ba'al thing. That somehow, because our nation's capital is decorated with ears of corn, it is a symbol of our secret subjugation to Ba'al.

    This kind of argument could only come from people whose notion of fine architecture is confined to the outlines of their nearest WalMart

    "Corn" aka "the grain of your choice" has been a symbol of plenty all over the world ever since man started farming. It stands to reason -- it is the staff of life.

    And because it is the staff of life, it has been used in ritual offerings to every two-bit diety that has ever come along, including Ba'al. But just because Ba'al might have once had some grain tossed on his altar, it doesn't mean it is his exclusive jurisdiction.

    It is almost funny to see the filmmakers dancing around this gaping hole in their logic--or it would be funny if I wasn't well aware of all the saps that are getting sucked in by this crap. So they can sit around worrying about a Masonic cabal instead of things that matter, like why their kids' schools suck, or why they can't afford health care, or why their jobs have gone to Bangladesh. But I digress.

    As our nation was founded as a refuge from the tyranny of kings and popes, it stands to reason that our founders were not about to slather the capitol with crucifixes and images of the Baby Jazus, as this film would make us think they should have if they wished to prove they were not in league with Satan. Instead they looked to the forms of the classical past, to Greece and Rome--because that is where they got their ideas about democracy. Duh.

    In classical architecture, sheaves of grain represent summer, plenty, harvest and most particularly, the Goddess Ceres (or Demeter)-- who embodies all these concepts, and who, incidentally, is also the Goddess of Architecture.

    So when our founders put ears of corn (the quintessential American grain) all over everything, they were symbolizing their hopes that this nation would be bountiful.

    If the corn means we are surreptitious pagans, then it means we are worshipping Ceres--not Ba'al.

    Before we fell into these dark and ignorant times, people walking around the monuments in Washington would see the ears of corn and understand that they represented the bounty of our land.

    I wonder if we can even consider this kind of clap trap because we are so isolated from the rhythms of nature-- we used to be a nation of farmers, so those symbols meant something to us. Now we are a nation of shoppers who just expect that bread will be on the shelves whenever we want it -- so harvest means nothing to us at all.

    All that said, we could also go to point out ever so gently that in the wonderful, multi-layered world of symbolism, corn (grain) does have a place in Christian iconography as a symbol of bread (the body of Christ) and also as a symbol of resurrection.... as all good Masons should know.

  10. So wait, every bearded statue is really Ba'al?

    I don't get it.

  11. Morals and Dogma pg 321

    The light you seek is Lucifer
    Porch Masons pay heed

  12. Anonymous:

    And your point is? Lucifer means "light-bringer," and is related to myths of Venus and Prometheus. It's not another name for your Christian Satan-god, except in your own mind.

    — W.S.

  13. “LUCIFER, the Light-Bearer! Strange and mysterious name given to the Spirit of Darkness! Lucifer, the Son of the Morning! Is it he who bears the light … doubt it not!” (M&D pg 321)

    So, how does light bear the light?

  14. I suppose it’s all just a coincidence that Satanism and Masonry share many of the same symbols and rituals.

    And I guess it would be “profane” to assume that a reference to the “Spirit of Darkness” would be referring to Satan.

    I also venture to guess that I might be also deemed “profane” if I thought that our so-called Christian Conservative/Masonic leaders, gathering around a giant stone owl, wearing hoods and burning a human being in effigy at the Bohemian Grove, might just be leaning towards something that would be considered in some circles as Satanic.

    Mar 4:22 For there is nothing hid, which shall not be manifested; neither was any thing kept secret, but that it should come abroad.

    Also, the giant obelisk that dominates the mall in Washington is not Greek or Roman, nor does it have anything to do with “democracy”.

  15. You're profane if you're not a Mason. It's not a matter of deeming you profane for your beliefs. It's just a word used to describe people who are not Freemasons. Get over it.

    I'm not going to get into another "Masons are Satanists" discussion with you. Go troll some other blog or website if you need the attention. You're not going to change anyone's mind here with your rants about Satan any more than I'm going to change your mind. You don't seek knowledge here; you just want to push your pretzel logic fundamentalist Christian views based on the Taxil hoax.

    Read the entire 19th Degree in Morals and Dogma, not just one paragraph on page 321, and perhaps you'd understand what Pike is saying.

    Google offers free blogs. Go start your own.

    — W.S.


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