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Friday, July 23, 2010

US Presidents and their racial links -1

                       THE FREEMEN

Sr. No 3/8          Originally published on Dated 1st August, 2008

Dear Brethren,

Freemasons is a secret Jewish brotherhood where members worship star of David - the Jewish Symbol.

Their Lodges are depicted as miniature universe complete with Sun, Moon and the stars with King Soloman ruling over the universe (World) (Lodge). Freemasons worship King Solomon son of King David the first King of Jews and aspire that King Solomon (Jews) shall rule the world.

-->1st President of America George Washington.  
1789 - 1797,

Commanding General during American Revolution, made a Mason August 4, 1753, in Fredericksburg Lodge (now No. 4), A. F. & A. M., Fredericksburg, Virginia.

2nd President of America John Adam. 
1797 – 1801.
In a letter to Thomas Jefferson, Adams reveals his sincere devotion to freemasonry, “My Adoration of the Author of the Universe is too profound and too sincere. The Love of God and his Creation; delight, Joy, Triumph, Exaltation in my own existence, thou' but an Atom, a molecule Organique, in the Universe, are my religion.”

5th President of America James Monroe. 
1817 - 1825,
Made a Mason November 9, 1775, in Williamsburg Lodge (now No. 6), A.F. & A.M., Williamsburg, Virginia.

7th President of America Andrew Jackson  
1829 – 1837.
Harmony Lodge No. 1, Nashville, Tennessee, an Honorary Member of Federal Lodge No. 1, F. & A.M., Washington, D.C., and Jackson Lodge No. 1, F. & A.M., Tallahassee, Florida. In 1822 and 1823 he served as the Grand Master of Masons in Tennessee. Andrew Jackson, was the first President to advance beyond the craft Lodge, to become a member of the Holy Royal Arch.        
11th President of America James Knox Polk  
1845 - 1849,
Made a Mason September 4, 1820, in Columbia Lodge No. 31, F. & A.M., Columbia, Tennessee.

15th President of America James Buchanan  
1857 - 1861,
Made a Mason January 24, 1817, in Lodge No. 43 (it has no name), F. & A.M., Lancaster, Pennsylvania.

16th President of America: Abraham Lincoln. 
1861 – 1865.
Abraham Lincoln was not a Freemason. He did apply for membership in Tyrian Lodge, Springfield, Ill., shortly after his nomination for the presidency in 1860 but withdrew the application because he felt that his applying for membership at that time might be construed as a political ruse to obtain votes. He advised the lodge that he would resubmit his application again when he returned from the presidency.

     Lincoln never returned. On the death of the president, Tyrian Lodge adopted, on April 17, 1865, a resolution to say "that the decision of President Lincoln to postpone his application for the honours of Freemasonry, lest his motives be misconstrued, is the highest degree honorable to his memory."

17th President of America Andrew Johnson. 
1865 - 1869,

Made a Mason during May, 1851, in Greeneville Lodge No. 119 (now No. 3), F. & A.M., Greeneville, Tennessee.  Andrew Johnson, was first President to be exalted to the degree of a Knight Templar and also a member of the Consistory.

20th President of America James Abram Garfield. 
Mar-Sept 1881.

Made a Mason November 22, 1864, in Columbus Lodge No. 30 F. & A.M., Columbus, Ohio.

25th President of America  William McKinley. 
1897 - 1901,

Made a Mason May 3, 1865, in Hiram Lodge No. 21, A.F. & A.M., Winchester, Virginia.

26th President of America Theodore Roosevelt.  
1901 - 1909, 

Made a Mason April 24, 1901, in Matinecock Lodge No. 806, F. & A.M., Oyster Bay, New York.

27th President of America William Howard Taft.  
1909 - 1913

Chief Justice Supreme Court 1921 - 1930, made a "Mason at Sight" in an "Occassional Lodge" called for that purpose on February 18, 1909, in the Scottish Rite Cathedral, Cincinnati, Ohio, by Charles S. Hoskinson, Grand Master of Masons in Ohio.

29th President of America Warren J Harding.  
1921 - 1923,

Made a Mason August 27, 1920, in Marion Lodge No. 70, F. & A.M., Marion, Ohio.



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