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Secrets of Freemasons revealed as Grand Lodge lets in TV cameras and deny Illuminati and occult links

Secrets of Freemasons revealed as Grand Lodge lets in TV cameras and deny Illuminati and occult links

The Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Scotland has allowed a BBC documentary to be filmed in a bid to dispel the rumours surrounding the ancient order. Conspiracy theories go hand in hand with the Freemasons. From the funny handshake to the rolled up trouser leg, the secretive nature of the organisation has led …

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Famous Freemasons (A – Z) – THE END

Q Quezon y Molina, Manuel Luis (1878-1944) – Quezon was the first President of the Commonwealth of the Philippines (1935-1944) under U.S. occupation rule in the early period of the 20th century. Manuel Quezon was raised on 17 March 1908 in Sinukuan Lodge No.272 (renamed Sinukuan Lodge No.16) and became the first Filipino Grand Master of …

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M McAdam, John Loudon (1756-1836) – A Scottish engineer and road-builder, John McAdam invented a new process, “macadamisation”, for building roads with a smooth hard surface that would be more durable and less muddy than soil-based tracks. Modern road construction still reflects McAdam’s influence. Of subsequent improvements, the most significant was the introduction of tar (originally …

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I Irving, Sir Henry (Real name: John Henry Brodribb) (1838-1905) – Born into a working class family in Somerset, following much hard work in company touring theatre, Irving became an outstanding London stage actor of the Victorian era. He was titled an Actor-Manager because he took complete responsibility for his stage (supervision of sets, lighting, direction, …

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E Ebdon, Peter (1970- ) – Born in London, Peter Ebdon is a professional snooker player and former world champion (2002), renowned for his remarkably focused, determined and accurate style of play. The son of Queen Victoria, King Edward VII staunchly supported and advanced Masonry during his short reign. King Edward VII – Albert Edward Wittin …

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C Campbell, Sir Malcolm (1885-1948) – Malcolm Campbell started his career racing motorcycles but subsequently began hunting World Speed Records on land and on water, holding both records during the 1920s and 30s. At Bonneville Salt Flats in 1935, this English speedster became the first man to drive an automobile in excess of 300mph (480km/h). Bro. …

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14 US presidents who are Freemasons

1. George Washington, Freemasons That’s right. The first president of the US also happened to be rather involved in a secret society. That’s because George Washington was also the country’s first ever Masonic president. In Ron Chernow’s “Washington: A Life,” he notes that the future president may have been attracted to the Masonic Order’s adherence …

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