Sunday, January 3, 2016

Wolves Are In The Pulpits. Ravaging Wolves.

FREEMASONRY = GNOSTICISM = PAGANISM More incriminating evidence is a quotation by John MacArthur found in the Masonic publication of the Grand Lodge of A.F. & A.M. of Canada. A recent issue of a quarterly letter to District Deputy Grand Masters quotes John MacArthur’s advice to aspiring church leaders as applicable for developing leaders of the Masons lodge: “Leaders are also ordinary people, with all the struggles, all the strengths, and all the weaknesses of people like us. ‘It’s not what you are that’s important, the issue is what you are willing to become’ (John MacArthur Jr. President Master’s Seminary). “In any organization, including Masons, they need leadership. Someone to direct the administration that makes the organization a living, vital team and, particularly, to ensure that there is some growth, and that standards of enthusiasm, action and competence are maintained at a high level.” (Grand Lodge of Canada, March 2014) John MacArthur seems to require no introduction in this widely distributed Communiqué to the Masonic leadership in Canada. He is a familiar personage to them, not only because his distinguished great grandfather was Provincial Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Canada, but because he himself promotes the principles of Freemasonry. It is doubtful the Grand Lodge of Canada would quote an Evangelical minister who is not a fellow Mason. John MacArthur’s statement in the Grand Lodge Communiqué expresses the philosophy of Freemasonry as stated by the Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Canada. “It’s not what you are that’s important, the issue is what you are willing to become.’ (John MacArthur Jr.) “On July 16th, 2014 the Grand Master, M.W. Bro. Donald A. Campbell commenced his address by welcoming everyone to the 159th Annual Communication of Grand Lodge in Toronto. He made special mention of the Leaders from other Grand Jurisdictions and the Masonic Family. “He went on to suggest to the Masons present that… ‘I am convinced the world today needs Freemasonry, its philosophy and its fundamental principles of brotherly love, relief and truth,’ Moreover he suggested that ‘It’s not what you are that’s important, the issue is what you are willing to become.’” (Highlights of the Grand Master's 2014 Address) This Masonic axiom was similarly expressed by the author of Don Quixote: “Love not what you are, but what you may become.” (Don Quixote de la Mancha) Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra (1547-1616) was a Spanish novelist, poet, playwright, and a Jewish Marrano educated by the Jesuits. Cervantes is frequently quoted in Masonic literature and Masonic Lodges have been named after him. 3. Notice that the motto of the Grand Lodge of Prince Edward Island is “Making Good Men Better.” Freemasonry rejects the doctrine of salvation by faith in Jesus Christ alone and preaches instead how to become better men by receiving the “light” (enlightenment), which is progressively imparted through degrees of initiation. The pentagram is an important symbol in Freemasonry. It is seen in Southern Baptist News service announcement above because the SBC is a Masonic front. (See: Freemasonry & The SBC) Elizabeth Van Buren, author of The Sign of the Dove, wrote “the five-pointed star is the star of becoming, whilst the six-pointed star is that of completion.” “The constellation in the sky from which the gods said they came was Schwerta (the Sword?). We recall that on the cover of the book called ‘Circuity’ a sword is laid over a six-pointed star and a map of France.‘Esoterically the five-pointed star is the star of becoming, whilst the six-pointed star is that of completion. Beyond linking the symbol with Bootes, it is important in its own right.’” (Revelation 19:11-15). (p. 80) What is the Freemason taught to believe he is “becoming”? “As the great metaphysician Mme. Helena Roerich said, ‘Man becomes simply a god...and then God.’” (GaiaMind) “Man is a god in the making, and as in the mystic myths of Egypt, on the potter’s wheel he is being molded. When his light shines out to lift and preserve all things, he receives the triple crown of godhood and joins that throng of Master Masons who, in their robes of Blue and Gold, are seeking to dispel the darkness of night with the triple light of the Masonic Lodge... “The glorious privileges of a Master Mason are in keeping with his greater knowledge and wisdom... For Him the Heavens have opened and the Great Light has bathed him in its radiance. The Prodigal Son, so long a wanderer in the regions of darkness, has returned to his Father’s house. The voice speaks from the Heavens, its power thrilling the Master until his own being seems filled with its divinity, saying, ‘This is my beloved Son, in whom I am well pleased.’ He, in truth has become the spokesman of the Most High. He stands between the glowing fire light and the world. Through him passes Hydra, the great snake, and from its mouth there pours to man the light of God.” (The Lost Keys of Freemasonry, Manly P. Hall, 1976, pp. 92, 54-55) “And the serpent said unto the woman, Ye shall not surely die: For God doth know that in the day ye eat thereof, then your eyes shall be opened, and ye shall be as gods, knowing good and evil.” Gen. 3:4-5 If the 5-pointed star is the symbol of becoming a god, and the 6-pointed star is the symbol of completion, receiving the Mark of the Beast, which John MacArthur says is forgivable, symbolizes the Master Mason’s attainment to godhood, or so he is led to believe.

No comments:

Post a Comment