|Jews & Masons
15 U.S. Presidents were Masons (Ronald Reagan was an “Honorary Member”)
33 Justices of the Supreme Court were Masons
Famous Jewish Masons include Irving Berlin, George Gershwin, David Sarnoff, Ernest
Borgnine, Eddie Cantor and Harry Houdini.
Sephardic Jews in Freemasonry
|Hilarie Belloc on The Jews (1922)
The Jew pointed to the English State as that one which all that his nation required of the goyim
was to be found. He here enjoyed a situation the like of which he could not hope to enjoy in
any other country of the world. All antagonism to him had died down. He was admitted to every
institution in the State, a prominent member of his nation became chief officer of the English
Executive, and, an influence more subtle and penetrating, marriages began to take place,
wholesale, between what had been the aristocratic territorial families of this country and the
Jewish Commercial fortunes.
After two generations of this, with the opening of the twentieth century those of the great
territorial English families in which there was no Jewish blood was the exception. In nearly all
of them was the strain more of less marked, in some of them so strong that though the name
was still an English name and the traditions those of a purely English lineage of the long past,
the physique and character had become wholly Jewish and the members of the family were
taken for Jews whenever they traveled in countries where the gentry had not yet suffered or
enjoyed this admixture. whereby the British State was tacitly accepted by foreign governments
as the official protector of the Jews in other countries.
Specifically Jewish institutions, such as Freemasonry (which the Jews had inaugurated as a
sort of bridge between themselves and their hosts in the seventeenth century), were
particularly strong in Britain, and there arose a political tradition, active, and ultimately to prove
of great importance, whereby the British State was tacitly accepted by foreign governments as
the official protector of the Jews in other countries.
|Masonry, like the Christian and Jewish religions is based on dogma, ritual and
mythology. The central myth of Masonry is that Masons built Solomon’s Temple for
the Jews in Jerusalem.
Jews & Masons Rule World
Excerpts from an article entitled, ‘Brazen Lies’ About Islam in Cairo’s government-
owned “Al-Ahram,” written by Dr. Mustapha Mahmoud cited in World Press Review,
… The Koran directs us to the proper conclusion: “Thou wilt find that the most vehement of
mankind in hostility to those who believe [are] the Jews and the idolaters.” The Jews, then, are
the chiefs of staff who declared and organized the war; world Zionism hates peace as much as
it hates death. There are people who represent the Zionists at all levels of policy making in the
United States and Europe. They have been infiltrating high circles through Masonic networks
for the past 1000 years.
… We are at the beginning of the rise of the Jews and idolaters, and everything now
happening is the result of their guile. While they spread propaganda about the Islamic threat,
bombs that explode here and there are their own doing. They talk through dozens of mouths.
The United Nations, the U.S. Congress, and all newspapers are their mouthpieces, and their
voice is magnified enormously. They own the arsenals of Israel, America, and Europe, and
maybe the Russian arsenal as well. [Jewish “Oligarchs,” with dual Israeli citizenship ruled
Russia under Yeltsin and are losing their control under Putin.] This alliance unites them all
against Islam and its symbols.
But we will witness the end of this ascent in the coming five years. History and events have
accelerated; although in the past empires took hundreds of years to fall, they can now topple in
weeks or months. The Israeli ascent is artificial, based on ignorance and false power. Its fall
will be louder than the Soviet collapse, and the lesson will be much stronger. Allah bestows
power on whomever He wishes and removes it from whomever He wishes.
Abbott, Sir John J.C. – Prime Minister of Canada 1891-92
Aldrin, Edwin E. – Astronaut
Armstrong, Louis – Jazz Musician
Armstrong, Neil – Astronaut
Arnold, General Henry "Hap" – Commander of the Army Air Force
Austin, Stephen F. – Father of Texas
Autry, Gene – Actor
Bach, Jahann Christian – Composer
Baldwin, Henry – Supreme Court Justice
Balfour, Lloyd – Jewelry
Bartholdi, Frederic A. – Designed the Statue of Liberty
Bassie, William "Count" – Orchestra leader/composer
Baylor, Robert E. B. – Founded Baylor University
Beard, Daniel Carter – Founder Boy Scouts
Bell, Lawrence – Bell Aircraft Corp.
Bennett, Viscount R.B. – Prime Minister of Canada 1930-35
Berlin, Irving – Entertainer
Black, Hugo L. – Supreme Court Justice
Blair, Jr., John – Supreme Court Justice
Blatchford, Samuel – Supreme Court Justice
Borden, Sir Robert L. – Prime Minister of Canada 1911-1920
Borglum, Gutzon & Lincoln – Father and Son who carved Mt. Rushmore
Borgnine, Ernest – Actor
Bowell, Sir Mackenzie – Prime Minister of Canada 1894-96
Bowie, James – Alamo
Bradley, Omar N. – Military leader
Brant, Joseph – Chief of the Mohawks 1742-1807
Buchanan, James – President of the U.S.
Burnett, David G. – 1st President of the Republic of Texas
Burns, Robert – The National Poet of Scotland
Burton, Harold H. – Supreme Court Justice
Byrd, Admiral Richard E. – Flew over North Pole
Byrnes, James F. – Supreme Court Justice
Calvo, Father Francisco – Catholic Priest who started Freemasonry in Costa Rica 1865
Carson, Christopher "Kit" – Frontiersman, scout and explorer
Casanova – Italian Adventurer, writer and entertainer
Catton, John – Supreme Court Justice
Chrysler, Walter P. – Automotive fame
Churchill, Winston – British Leader
Citroen, Andre – French Engineer and motor car manufacturer
Clark, Roy – Country Western Star
Clark, Thomas C. – Supreme Court Justice
Clark, William – Explorer
Clarke, John H. – Supreme Court Justice
Clemens, Samuel L. – (Mark Twain) – writer
Cobb, Ty – Baseball Player
Cody, "Buffalo Bill" William – Indian fighter, Wild West Show
Cohan, George M. – Broadway star
Cole, Nat 'King' – Great ballad singer
Collodi, Carlo – Writer of Pinocchio
Colt, Samuel – Firearms inventor
Combs, Earle Bryan – Baseball Hall of Fame
Crockett, David – American Frontiersman and Alamo fame
Cushing, William – Supreme Court Justice
Dempsey, Jack – Sports
Desaguliers, John Theophilus – Inventor of the planetarium
Devanter, Willis Van – Supreme Court Justice
Diefenbaker, John G. – Prime Minister of Canada 1957-63
Doolittle, General James – Famous Air Force Pilot
Douglas, William O. – Supreme Court Justice
Dow, William H. – Dow Chemical Co.
Doyle, Sir Author Conan – Writer (Sherlock Holmes)
Drake, Edwin L – American Pioneer of the Oil industry
DuBois, W.E.B. – Educator/scholar
Dunant, Jean Henri – Founder of the Red Cross
Edward VII – King of England
Edward VIII – King of England who abdicated the throne in less than 1 year
Ellington, Duke – Composer, Arranger and Stylist
Ellsworth, Oliver – Supreme Court Justice
Ervin Jr, Samual J. – Headed "Watergate" committee
Faber, Eberhard – Head of the famous Eberhard Fabor Pencil Company
Fairbanks, Douglas – Silent film actor
Field, Stephen J. – Supreme Court Justice
Fields, W.C. – Actor
Fisher, Geoffrey – Archbishop of Canterbury 1945-1961
Fitch, John – Inventor of the Steamboat
Fleming, Sir Alexander – Invented Penicillin
Ford, Gerald R. – President of the U.S.
Ford, Henry – Pioneer Automobile Manufacturer
Franklin, Benjamin – 1 of 13 Masonic signers of US Constitution Gable, Clark – Actor
Garfield, James A. – President of the U.S.
Gatling, Richard J. – Built the "Gatling Gun"
George VI – King of England during W.W. II
Gibbon, Edward – Writer, Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire
Gilbert, Sir William S. – Was the librettis for "Pirates of Penzance"
Gillett, King C. – Gillett Razor Co.
Glenn, John H. – First American to orbit the earth in a space craft
Godfrey, Arthur – Actor
Gray, Harold Lincoln – Creator of "Little Orphan Annie"
Grissom, Virgil – Astronaut
Grock – Swiss Circus Clown
Guillotin, Joseph Ignace – Inventor of the "Guillotin"
Hancock, John – 1 of 9 Masonic signers of Declaration of Independence
Harding, Warren G. – President of the U.S.
Hardy, Oliver – Actor/Comedian
Harlan, John M. – Supreme Court Justice
Hedges, Cornelius – "Father" of Yellowstone National Park
Henry, Patrick – Patriot
Henson, Josiah – Inspired the novel "Uncle Tom's Cabin"
Hilton, Charles C. – American Hotelier
Hoban, James – Architect for the U.S. Capital
Hoe, Richard M. – Invented the rotary press, revolutionizing newspaper printing
Hoover, J. Edgar – Director of FBI
Hope, Bob – Comedian
Hornsby, Rogers – An original member of the Baseball Hall of Fame
Houdini, Harry – Magician
Houston, Sam – 2nd & 4th President of the Republic of Texas
Jackson, Andrew – President of the U.S.
Jackson, Reverend Jesse – Minister
Jackson, Robert H. – Supreme Court Justice
Jenner, Edward – Inventor (Vaccination)
Johnson, Andrew – President of the U.S.
Jolson, Al – Fame as the first 'talking picture' the Jazz Singer
Jones, Anson – 5th President of the Republic of Texas
Jones, John Paul – Naval Commander
Jones, Melvin – One of the founders of the Lions International
Key, Francis Scott – Wrote U.S. National Anthem
Khan III, Aga – Statesman
Kipling, Rudyard – Writer
La Guardia, Fiorella H. – La Guardia Airport, Mayor of New York 1930's & 40's
Lafayette, Marquis de – Supporter of American Freedom
Lake, Simon – Built first submarine successful in open sea
Lamar, Joseph E. – Supreme Court Justice
Lamar, Mirabeau B. – 3rd President of the Republic of Texas
Land, Frank S. – Founder Order of DeMolay
Lewis, Meriwether – Explorer
Lincoln, Elmo – First actor to play Tarzan of the Apes (1918)
Lindbergh, Charles – Aviator
Lipton, Sir Thomas – Founder Lipton Tea Company
Livingston, Robert – Co-Negotiator for purchase of Louisiana Territory
Lloyd, Harold C. – Entertainer
MacArthur, General Douglas – Commander of Armed Forces in Philippines
MacDonald, Sir John A. – Prime Minister of Canada 1867-73 & 1878-91
Marshall, James W. – Discovered Gold at Sutter's Mill California 1848
Marshall, John – Chief Justice U.S. Supreme Court 1801-1835
Marshall, Thurgood – Supreme Court Justice
Mathews, Stanley – Supreme Court Justice
Mayer, Louis B. – Film producer who merged to form Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)
Mayo, Dr. William and Charles – Founded the Mayo Clinic
Maytag, Fredrick – Maytag (washing machines)
McKinley, William – President of the U.S.
Menninger, Karl A. – Psychiatrist famous for treating mental illness
Mesmer, Franz Anton – practiced Mesmerism, which led to hypnotism
Michelson, Albert Abraham – Successfully measured the speed of light in 1882
Minton, Sherman – Supreme Court Justice
Mix, Tom – U.S. Marshal turned actor. Stared in over 400 western films
Monroe, James – President of the U.S.
Montgolfier, Jacques Etienne – Co-developer of the first practical hot-air balloon
Moody, William H. – Supreme Court Justice
Morris, Dr. Robert – Poet and Founder of the Order of Eastern Star
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus – Composer
Murphy, Audie – Most decorated American Soldier of WWII
Naismith, James – Inventor of Basketball
Nelson, Samuel – Supreme Court Justice
New, Harry S. – Postmaster General who established Airmail
Newton, Joseph Fort – Christian Minister
Nunn, Sam – U.S. Senator
Olds, Ransom E. – American automobile pioneer
Otis, James – Famous for "Taxations without Representation is Tyranny"
Palmer, Arnold – Golf Pro
Papst, Charles F. – Coined the term "Athletes Foot"
Paterson, William – Supreme Court Justice
Peale, Norman Vincent – Founder of "Guidepost"
Peary, Robert E. – First man to reach the North Pole (1909)
Penny, James C. – Retailer
Pershing, John Joseph – Decorated American Soldier
Pike, Zebulon – Pike's Peak named after him
Pitney, Mahlon – Supreme Court Justice
Poinsett, Joel R. – U.S. Minister to Mexico who developed the flower: Poinsettia
Polk, James Knox – President of the U.S.
Revere, Paul – Famous American
Rickenbacker, Eddie – Great American Air Force Ace
Ringling Brothers – All 7 brothers and their father were Masons
Robinson, Sugar Ray – American Boxer
Rogers, Roy – American cowboy and screen star
Rogers, Will – Actor
Roosevelt, Franklin D. – President of the U.S.
Roosevelt, Theodore – President of the U.S.
Rutledge, Wiley B. – Supreme Court Justice
Salten, Felix – Creator of Bambi
Sarnoff, David – Father of television
Sax, Antoine Joseph – Invented the Saxophone (1846)
Schoonover, George – Founder of "The Builder"
Scott, Sir Walter – Writer
Sellers, Peter – Actor
Shakespeare, William – Writer
Sibelius, Jean – Composer (Finland)
Skelton, Red – Entertainer
Smith, John Stafford – Wrote the music that became the US National Anthem.
Sousa, John Philip – Led the U.S. Marine Band from 1880-1892
Stanford, Leland – Drove the gold spike linking the intercontinental railroad, Founded
Stewart, Potter – Supreme Court Justice
Still, Andrew T. – American Physician who devised treatment of Osteopathy
Stratton, Charles "Tom Thumb" – Entertainer
Swayne, Noah H. – Supreme Court Justice
Swift, Johathan – Wrote Gulliver's Travels
Taft, William Howard – President of the U.S.
Teets, John W. – Chairman and President of Dial Corporation
Thomas, Danny – Actor, Entertainer
Thomas, Dave – Founder of Wendy’s Restaurant
Thomas, Lowell – Brought Lawrence of Arabia to public notice
Tirpitz, Alfred Von – German Naval officer responsible for submarine warfare
Todd, Thomas – Supreme Court Justice
Travis, Colonel William B. – Alamo
Trimble, Robert – Supreme Court Justice
Truman, Harry S. – President of the U.S.
Vinson, Frederick M. – Supreme Court Justice
Voltaire – French writer and philosopher
Wadlow, Robert Pershing – Tallest human on record being almost 9 feet tall
Wallace, Governor George C. – Presidential Candidate who was nearly assassinated
Wallace, Lewis – Wrote "Ben Hur"
Warner, Jack – Warner Brothers Fame
Warren, Earl – Supreme Court Justice
Washington, Booker T – Educator and author
Washington, George – President of US, 1st
Wayne, John – Actor
Webb, Matthew – First man to swim the English Channel (1875)
Whiteman, Paul – "King of Jazz"
Wilde, Oscar – Writer
Woodbury, Levi – Supreme Court Justice
Woods, William B. – Supreme Court Justice
Wyler, William – Director of "Ben Hur"
Young, Cy – Cy Young Award
Zanuck, Darryl F. – Co-founder of 20th Century Productions in 1933
Ziegfeld, Florenz – His Ziegfeld's Follies began in 1907