The World Beneath (Part 1)

~ What follows is part one of a three-part discussion about a critical issue. My hope here is merely to introduce readers to this matter, and then point them forward to Altiyan Childs’ amazing video and other resources that will fill out the broader picture ~

From January 2020 to the present day, events have transpired that have awakened many to the reality that our world may not be what they thought it was. From a spiritual perspective, we are living in an enemy kingdom. Though many remain either asleep or in complete denial of the agenda playing out in front of us, those with eyes and ears are seeing and hearing more effectively than ever. As I have personally traveled further and further down the “rabbit hole,” so to speak, the sheer volume of wickedness at work in our society has left me completely stunned.

I believe that virtually all people of faith have failed to grasp the true condition of our world, as well as who runs it. However, it may well be that we couldn’t fully understand until now. Much was hidden under the surface that is now coming to light. In a very real sense, there is a world beneath the one that most people recognize.

There is so much darkness around us: so many plots and schemes. The most shocking thing of all is how obvious this has become. Those perpetrating the nefarious activity make almost no effort to conceal what they are doing anymore. It’s evident in commercials, in elections, on billboards and store posters, in everything that Hollywood touches, and even in Disney movies and children’s books. Once you see it, you can hardly avoid seeing it . . . in everything.

Remember these pyramids and “eyes” as you read.

To me, this poses a sincere and critical question: what binds it all together?

When you peel back the many extravagant and artfully hidden layers of corruption, what is that evil “thing” behind it all? What is the foundation that supports the pillars, the quilt that contains the patches, and the driving force of the entire enterprise? When you trace the evil back to its origin, who (or what) do we find operating the controls?

The simplest and most succinct answer to this question is Satan. Satan is the “god of this world” (2 Cor. 4:4) and the “prince of the power of the air” (Eph. 2:2). He is the dragon that gives power to the two beasts of Revelation and all the wicked people of the earth.

But Satan is not a mortal being. He is, as Bob Dylan declared, the “Chief Commander.” Satan is the ruler of “this earth and the one we can’t see.” I will discuss that interesting statement more in part two. The fallen angels (demons) are not mortal, either. Still, they (and Satan) are our true adversaries. Paul told us about this two thousand years ago: “For our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the powers of this dark world and against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly realms” (Eph. 6:12).

Though the evil forces of the spirit realm are the architects behind the madness, earthly emissaries are necessary to construct the dark monuments; there are human forces that fulfil this mission. The devil and his angels work through the people of this world to bring about chaos and condemnation, just as God works in His people to bring about order and redemption.

Odds are, you are probably on board with what I am saying to this point. But what if I told you that there is a “synagogue of Satan” in our midst today?

What if I said that there is an institution that was founded as a satanic “church” and that it is—as Altiyan Childs repeated in his mind-blowing video—“hidden in plain sight?” Would it surprise you to know that there is one of these assemblies near you, and that they exist all over the globe?

Whether you would accept it or not, there is a church driven by the “spirit of antichrist” just down the road from almost all of us. Unlike the apostate church that has so powerfully emerged today—and, in some respects, overlaps with the one I am now speaking of—you certainly won’t find a cross on these “churches.” You won’t see a cute little sign out in front saying something like, “God accepts knee-mail.”

Instead, you will see a symbol like this:

You see, I had long suspected that Freemasonry was concealing something evil. But I knew very little about the organization. Truth be told, I was approached by a gentleman (whom I knew) in the summer of 2020 who asked me about joining my local lodge. My small town does have a local lodge (just about every city or town does). In retrospect, I now realize that the timing was not coincidental.

This man was willing to give me the necessary recommendation for entering the lodge; he could “get me in the club.” All initiates need a sponsor, after all.

I don’t believe the man who was trying to recruit me is a monster or a devil worshiper. At least, not knowingly. In fact, I don’t think he has any real idea what his precious lodge is concealing within its many signs and symbols. The overwhelming majority of people who belong to this secret society don’t really know what they’re involved in, as very few ever achieve its highest “honor” (the Honorary 33rd degree). I would argue, however, that these individuals should know what its about from the very beginning.

Remove your wedding ring. Take off your crucifix. Strip down, initiate! Blindly bow before your “Most Worshipful Master”!

Even during the initiation process (the “entrance” into Freemasonry), the candidate must vow never to reveal anything about the secret arts they would become privy to. Doing so renders one “void of all moral worth.” And so, they agree under the penalty of “having my throat cut across, my tongue torn out by the root and buried in the sand of the sea at low water mark . . .”

“So help me God,” of course. Hmm . . . God?

Needless to say, I rejected the man’s offer and did not become a Mason (not that all this was revealed to me). Now, the prospect is utterly unthinkable.

Yes, I had a vague idea that something was off with Freemasonry. But never, never, did I know how nefarious this organization really is. As I mentioned at the onset, others awakened me to this reality quite recently. Sure, Freemasons serve pancake breakfasts and sponsor all manner of awards. They run major charities like the Shriner’s Hospitals for Kids, and who can refuse an adorable child offering you a “love to the rescue” blanket for your donation?

On the surface, there doesn’t appear to be many negatives about this secret fraternity. As someone recently wrote to me—having watched Altiyan’s video“Freemasonry is just an old fear of the Catholic Church.”

Nothing to see here; move it along.

I understand the sentiment, as the group is far from new and some throughout history have warned about it. But I am afraid Freemasonry is rather more than that: a lot more than that. As I said, it is the pillar holding the building up; the foundation of the entire evil enterprise.

But recall the charities and sponsorships. Think about the gentle Shriners tooling around in their little cars at your local parade. In order to be a Shriner, of course, one must first be a highly successful Mason. As Shriner’s International puts it: “All Shriners are Masons, but not all Masons are Shriners.”

The Few. The Proud. The Shriners . . .

But understand this: “God” is at the center of everything they do. A Freemason absolutely must believe in “God,” in order to be accepted into the society. As an indication of how pervasive the group is, allow 33rd degree Freemason, Danny Thomas, to tell you about God’s place in their royal art:

“Our Order teaches . . . ‘the brotherhood of man under the Fatherhood of God’ and this is great!”

You may be wondering, who is Danny Thomas? It might surprise you to know that he is the founder of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Shriners and St. Jude: make that two for two. Surely, he’s just another God-fearing Mason though. He did start a charitable organization for kids, right?

The organization bows to the “Almighty Father and Supreme Governor of the Universe,” often making special divine requests for their initiates:

“Endue him with a competency of Thy divine wisdom, that, assisted by the secrets of our Masonic art, he may the better be enabled to unfold the beauties of true godliness, to the honour and glory of Thy Holy Name” (my emphasis).

Freemasons possess such reverence for “God” that they deem the atheist to be an unparalleled fool. The Encyclopedia of Freemasonry is clear about this. It describes the atheist as: “One who does not believe in the existence of God. Such a state of mind can only arise from the ignorance of stupidity or a corruption of principle, since the whole universe is filled with the moral and physical proofs of a Creator.”

Further, the Mason is charged that “he will never be a stupid Atheist.”

Make no mistake about it, Freemasonry does not hold atheism in high esteem. They may be instrumental in peddling atheism to the dumb and ignorant masses—that is, you and me—but they understand that the outright rejection of “God” is the height of lunacy. Even Charles Darwin—the man that Richard Dawkins declared “made it possible to be an intellectually fulfilled atheist”—believed in this “deity.”

He had to; like his grandfather, Erasmus Darwin, Charles was a Freemason. (Not that he was willing to reveal anything about it)

But “Darwin’s God”—as charlatan, Kenneth Miller wrote—is the very issue at hand. Who is this “God” that the Freemasons shower with praise and adoration? Is it Allah? Is it Vishnu, Zeus, Artemis, Hades, or the like? Is it Jesus Christ or God the Father?

Not hardly.

The “God” of the Freemasons reveals himself in obvious ways that somehow evade our attention. You know, in things that are “hidden in plain sight,” like the pyramid on the U.S. dollar bill. This one:

And what do the words Novus Ordo Seclorum mean? They translate to “A New Order of the Ages.” A New World Order . . .

The same “eye” can be seen in Masonic Lodges around the world, and even on the sacred objects they adorn themselves with.

Call it the eye of Horus, the “all-seeing eye,” or whatever you’d like. As Tolkien so cleverly revealed in the Lord of the Rings series, the “eye of Sauron” is the eye of evil. More accurately, it is the eye of the evil one. Brilliant as he was, Tolkien did not dream up this imagery. He did, however, accurately utilize it.

Millions around the world pay homage to this one-eyed god. Now more than ever, they do it openly. Some cover their eye with their hand or an object, and some simply wink. It’s all the same.

Wait a minute; the deity in Freemasonry can’t really be, “you know who” . . . can it?

Well, look again.

Are those . . . horns, Jen? I don’t know, maybe Anton LaVey—Freemason and founder of the Church of Satan—can tell us.

They’re horns alright; devil horns.

Yes, “you know who” is the “god” of Freemasonry: Satan. Freemasonry is Luciferianism wrapped in a candy-coated shell. Enter now “From darkness to Light.” As their own “scriptures” reveal, that “light” is darkness absolute. Lucifer is the light that illuminates the Freemason’s world. Darkness is light, wrong is right, and evil is good. The signature black and white, checkered floor of their lodges symbolizes this very thing. Good and evil are blurred concepts in Freemasonry.

If you doubt what I am saying, please allow one of the most respected and acclaimed Freemasons in history to plainly affirm this. Albert Pike gave an address in 1889 in France to the highest levels of Freemasonry. This was later reprinted on January 19, 1935, by the English journal The Freemason. In this address, Pike declared:

That which we must say to the crowd is, we worship a god, but it is the god one adores without superstition […]. The Masonic religion ought to be maintained in the purity of Luciferian doctrine by all of us who are initiates of the highest degrees. If Lucifer were not God, would Adonay [sic] [the God of the Christians] whose deeds prove his cruelty, perfidy and hatred of man, barbarism and repulsion of science, would Adonay and his priest calumniate him? 

“Yes, Lucifer is God, and unfortunately Adonay is also God. For the eternal law is that there is no light without shade, no beauty without ugliness, no white without black, for the absolute can only exist as two gods: darkness being necessary to light to serve as its foil as the pedestal is necessary to the statue, and the brake to the locomotive… the doctrine of Satanism is a heresy; and the true and pure philosophical religion is the belief in Lucifer, the equal of Adonay; but Lucifer, God of Light and God of Good, is struggling for humanity against Adonay, the God of Darkness and Evil.

Do you see now? Can there be any doubt?

Altiyan described it best: “Freemasonry is Satanism in disguise.” It is Satanism’s “magic cloak.” And it really is.

Yet, somehow, it’s even worse than that. As he said elsewhere: “What do you get when you cloak Satanism with Christianity? You get Freemasonry.” That’s right: Freemasonry masquerades as Christianity, just as Satan “masquerades as an angel of light” (2 Cor. 11:14).

So, when you see your favorite celebrities or musicians sporting a jacket with the all-seeing eye or sitting upon checkered flooring, you can be sure what you are seeing. Don’t doubt your eyes; the colors are used deliberately, and they’re Masonic. As such, they are also Satanic.

As I said in the beginning, this is only the tip of the iceberg. The flooring is appropriately just the foundation that all the other signs and symbols rest upon. The world beneath is a vast labyrinth of underground passages, each branching off into an almost infinite number of rooms and tombs. As a friend recently told me: who can fathom the depths of Satan?

In my next article, I will show some of the literally innumerable examples that exist, proving that Freemasonry (Satanism’s “magic cloak”) is everywhere you look. Everywhere.

If you want to get a glimpse at how far this goes, proceed now to part 2.

Recent articles that might be of interest:

2 Thessalonians 2 and the “Deluding Influence.”

Revelation 13: Two “Beasts” and a “Mark

A Tale of Two Churches

Author: Brian M. Rossiter

I am a Christian teacher, author, and lecturer. Most importantly, I am a truth-seeker. My research has led me to both believe in and defend the veracity of the Bible, evaluating my own personal views in light of its teachings along the way. In addition to my blogs, I have written several books: "The Death Myth," "God Made the Aliens," "Spiritual Things," and most recently, "Missing Verses: 15 Beliefs the Bible Doesn't Teach." My hope in these endeavors is to give skeptics reasons to believe, to strengthen the faith of those who already do, and to challenge each of us to truly evaluate our own worldviews.

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