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"Taking a Knee" is a Masonic Gesture

September 30, 2017

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"Taking a knee" is a gesture of Masonic allegiance. As in the image,  football players are kneeling in formation during the national anthem...Hiram Abiff is a prominent figure in Masonic lore. (Thanks to Tracy Twyman for unearthing this picture.)




It's quite possible that football players protesting "black persecution"
are under Masonic discipline. Freemasonry and Communism are one and the same. It's possible football players must be Masons to succeed, just like Hollywood actors and singers. 



The Communist West Point rogue cadet Rapone also makes the Masonic hand-to-the-chin sign

Tracy Twyman writes: "The symbolism of kneeling runs deeper than this Masonic ritual:...genuflection is ultimately a sign of sexual submission made into a societal custom... It was first practiced by human tribes conquered in war, to obtain mercy from the victors. Then it was made a general sign of "respect" from slaves to their owners. "


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Is the opposition to Trump being organized by Freemasonry?

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Comments for ""Taking a Knee" is a Masonic Gesture "

Al Thompson said (October 3, 2017):

Now I know the purpose of the "genuflection" in the Catholic Church. All of these rotten organizations have one common denominator: Satan. Once you know that anything is Satanic, it is always best to separate from it and try not to look at it.

The author asks:" Is the opposition to Trump organized by Freemasonry." I think this whole issue with the NFL is a way to keep the public's attention away from the pedophile problem. They need a diversion to kick the can down the road so the people might forget about their evil deeds.

Trump is a master of the dog and pony show. The public is being played like a banjo at the Grand Ole Opry. Anything that comes from the government is pure bullshit and if there's anyone who is the grand poobah of bullshit; it is the Donald.

http://verydumbgovernment.blogspot.com/2015/10/trump-for-president.html


Garry U said (October 1, 2017):

The article illustrates the schism between National versus Global Masonic belief systems.

So much could be illustrated however the reader should do this for himself based upon which kingdom one truly serves.


RL said (October 1, 2017):

Standing during the anthem is conforming to one group, kneeling is rebelling against one group and submitting to another. That's dialectical. A free country wouldn't have an anthem or make you stand. Cultural Marxism is all about group dynamics and pressure. Patriotism doesn't come from a flag or song. It comes from loving your nation because similar people with similar values to your own. Why do they play the anthem during sports? They exploit patriotic feelings and equate it to being loyal to your team and get you more excited for a nothing. Creates meaning out of meaninglessness.
I don't believe in anything that tries to make you feel a certain way, including the anthem. But playing it during a sporting event disrespects the nation.
America doesn't stand for football. America stood for freedom in righteousness. Greeks started all these sporting competitions. Maybe that's why they became pederasts. Or vice versa.
Also, any man who wants to see another man throw a ball over and over again has a psychological disorder or is too invested in his upbringing.


Tony B said (September 30, 2017):

It is true that genuflection is a sign of respect but it is foolhardy to assume that it is always a misguided respect. Christians, from the beginning of their religion, often genuflect to their God, knowing He is their creator with all power to do what He wishes, as do most other religions I assume. It would be a sign of supreme ignorance or brainless rebellion against a power that can turn you into nothing instantly not to, Darwin and his masonic lies about "origins" notwithstanding.


Henry Makow received his Ph.D. in English Literature from the University of Toronto in 1982. He welcomes your comments at