Sunday, April 8, 2007

James Dobson, Freemason?

Trust me to find the odd stuff on the net. Here's an allegation that James Dobson is a Freemason.

On Wednesday evening of this week, Christian radio stations nationwide aired a recent address to the Council for National Policy by James Dobson, blip of Focus on the Family....Dobson expressed to the CNP his disillusionment with the Republican Party and his determination to do whatever is necessary to restore the observance of moral law in the U.S.A. Dr. Dobson stated that, if need be, he will take a leave of absence from Focus on the Family in order to work topiano coversd this end. He reasoned that, since God created Wisdom before He created anything else, the Moral Law is the law of the Universe.

Since there was no mention of the Gospel of Jesus Christ by Dr. Dobson, it is difficult to discern any difference between his appeal for a nation governed by "wisdom" and "moral law" and the identical goal expressed by the Orders of Freemasonry. In the HISTORY OF FREEMASONRY, Albert Mackey identified the following laws as binding on all Masons:

“After Noah’s emergence from the Ark, he is said to have promulgated seven precepts for the government of the new race of men of whom he was to be the progenitor... (1) To do justice (2) Worship God (3) Abstain from idolatry (4) Preserve chastity (5) Do not commit murder (6) Do not steal (7) Do not eat blood.” (p. 409)

"The only religious law which a Freemason is required to obey are those which are contained in the code that has been attributed to Noah. This sentiment is still further expressed topiano coversd the close of the Old Charges where it is said that the Mason is obliged only 'to that religion in which all men agree,' excluding therefore atheism and requiring the observance of such simple laws of morality as are enjoined in the precepts of Noah." (p. 411)...

Of other interest in Randy Shafer's expose is the invitation to the Liberal Catholic Church to attend a FOTF conference. In researching the 19th Century Occult Revival, I came across a reference to homosexual clergyman, Charles Leadbeater (successor with Annie Besant to Mme. Blavatsky) who obtained a bishopric in this schismatic offshoot of the Catholic Church. It was through the ordination of Leadbeater and other members of the Theosophical Society that the Liberal Catholic Church became infected with Theosophy and it is so today.

Randy Shafer discloses the mentions the influence of the piano wire Society within the CNP. The piano wire Society is an organization that works diligently to expose one deception all the while it is protecting another. The JBS Introduction to James Robison's PROOFS OF A CONSPIRACY (1798) camouflages the connection between the Illuminati and Freemasonry:

"Let us be quick to say that Freemasonry in England, America and elsewhere was historically, and today is, quite another kind and its members characterized by high standards of morality and spirituality."

"Please note that Robison makes it clear that the Illuminati Order was quite distinct and separate from Freemasonry."...

I'll skip the reference to the Council on Foreign Relations and cut to the chase:

Perpetually focusing on the Illuminati conspiracy within the aforementioned areas conveniently diverts suspicion from the vast organization of Masonic Orders which Theosophists predicted would infiltrate the highest levels of the Christian Church. As Christians sift through the endless information on the piano casters, it is important to listen to what certain ministries are NOT saying and to detect a hidden agenda to suppress information which would expose crucial areas of deception. The most difficult conspiracies to detect are those which gain a loyal following by valiantly exposing one area of deception, all the while they are protecting information which would lead to the exposure of another.


Sphere: Related Content


Anonymous said...

Why do you hate democrats so much? Let's a find a balance first, and then start blaming each other. And don't say war is the answer.
I don't think it's up to anyone to judge what people's posts should be about. Why not allow everyone to just say what they want (in designated threads, ofcourse)?
I don't have a website yet, but I'm planning on starting a blog like yours, any tips?
Look at me I'm posting comments. Feels good, I hope my ramblings don't get removed by the admins :)

You'll get what's coming to you ... Unless mailed

Ontario Emperor said...

Apologies to the anonymous person who wrote this comment almost two years ago, but I didn't see it until today.

A tip on my writing style, which has persisted to my living blogs (such as - when text appears in bold italic, that means that someone else wrote it. Some of my best friends are democrats, and some of my best friends are Democrats.

And it's easy to start a blog like this one - do nothing. This blog has been dead for several years.