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Sunday, April 17, 2011

DID FDR COMMIT SUICIDE OR WAS HE ASSASSINATED ?

                         THE FREEMEN

Dear Brethren,

Everyone knows about the apparent suicide by Adolf Hitler 66 years earlier on 30th April, 1945,  however very little is known about another suicide/ assassination that took place 66 years earlier on 12th April, 1945. I am talking about FDR ( Franklin Delano Roosevelt) the World War 2 president of United States of America.


Lies being taught;

FDR died of a cerebral hemorrhage.

Now the truth;

On April 5 1945 FDR writes to Saudi King Ibn Saud stating;-

“Your Majesty will recall that on previous occasions I communicated to you the attitude of the American Government toward Palestine and made clear our desire that no decision be taken with respect to the basic situation in that country without full consultation with both Arabs and Jews. Your Majesty will also doubtless recall that during our recent conversation I assured you that I would take no action, in my capacity as Chief of the Executive Branch of this Government, which might prove hostile to the Arab people”.  See the full text here ;-http://www.mideastweb.org/roosevelt.htm 

Strangely exactly a week after FDR wrote the above letter, President Franklin D. Roosevelt is found dead on April 12th 1945. Normally FDR always stayed at the house of Jew Bernard Baruch, but this year he did not. His suicide or assassination cleared the final hurdle for creation and recognition of Israel.

Harry Truman recognized the State of Israel on May 14, 1948, eleven minutes after it declared itself a nation. FDR would not have done it. 


Following are a few excerpts including eye witness accounts of suicide / assassination of FDR.
“My mother always claimed that she was shopping in Bloomingdales in NYC at the time the news of FDR's death was announced. She said that the announcement over the store intercom that day, right after it happened, clearly stated that he'd shot himself in the head.

She also said that not long after, the story given out by the news media suddenly changed to his death having been of natural causes.

All I can add to this is that my mother never wavered from this account, and had no reason whatsoever to lie about what she'd heard that day.”

“My Grandfather was docked in the Philippines at the time of FDR's death. He remembers that same announcement going over the ships intercom”

In April 1945, a seventeen year old Georgia National Guard private was posted at the bottom of the stairs leading to the veranda of President Franklin D. Roosevelt's Warm Springs, Georgia home.

An elderly black man was rocking in a chair, tears streaming down his face, when all of a sudden, in his grief he stated, "The Master's gone, the Master done shot himself."

With that, the FBI and Secret Service agents grabbed the old black man and removed him from the area, never to be seen again. 


The President had a decision to make. To drop or not to drop the atomic bomb on purely civilian targets in Japan. He may have other things on his mind; his hand in 'Pearl harbor', weighing heavily was the matter of the bomb and Israel.

“This same elder gentleman told me that when he was a child of 12, his father was a Mortician in Washington, DC and his family resided at the Funeral Home where his father was employed. This Funeral Home was eventually engaged by the White House to embalm the corpse of President Franklin D. Roosevelt, upon his death.

The elder gentleman then asked me; “Do you know why FDR’s funeral was a closed casket, when he died of natural causes?”

I didn’t know the answer! Then the elder gentleman responded: “Because my father didn’t know how to hide a bullet hole to the head!”

The man went on to elaborate how the Secret Service and FBI had visited the funeral home during this time frame and made everyone swear under threat of death, not to reveal what we saw or knew! Nothing was ever reported to the public or printed about it in the history books and, “I’m too old now to give a shit about their threats!”

Just in case the old guy was simply trying to best my research on JFK; I wrote down the name of the Funeral Home and his last name, once I entered my vehicle. Later that afternoon I began to research FDR’s death and burial and discovered that the name of the Funeral Home matched! I then found a census report for Washington, DC of that year and discovered that the old gentleman’s father was in fact a Mortician and he resided at the Funeral Home with his wife and two children!

5) Not knowing as much then as I do today; I telephoned the Washington Post and spoke to Bob Woodward, who was one of the two famous investigative reporters responsible for bringing down the Nixon Administration. I told Mr. Woodward about the possibility that FDR had been assassinated in office and was covered up! I gave him what information I could and told him that I hoped he would be able to solve this incident as well! This was seven years ago and nothing was ever printed, discussed in the Post or was ever released by any news service! Two years ago, I found the evidence of the Treaty of Verona and many other details discussed herein, which strongly suggests that freedom of the press no longer exists in America, (if it ever did!)
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Mortuary Workers Claimed  FDR Had Gunshot Wound To His Head
By Unknown Author
While, living in Birmingham in the late 1980′s, I heard the story of a man by the name of Isaacson (I believe that is the correct spelling); he worked in a drug store in that city and one of his close relatives told me this story. While working in the drug store, Issacson befriended a man who sold drugs apparently this man was a traveling saleman or maybe a route salesman for drug stores).  Isaacson and the man were talking one day, and the salesman said, “FDR, did die not from a cerebral hemorrhage, but it was caused by a bullet.”  Mr. Issacson asked him, “How do you know?”  The salesman claimed that he had helped to prepare FDR’s body for burial. Mr. Issacson died in the early 1990′s.  I believe that his relative is still alive, but I have not talked to the relative in about 15 years. (He has moved out of B’ham.)
There was no reason for anyone to lie about this incident; yet, I find it ironic that the woman who wrote that blog told a similar story but with a connection to Washington DC.  Where this salesman came from (Atlanta?), I don’t know.  And, he could have lied.

What else that interests me is that:
1. After Roosevelt died, Truman sent most of the Secret Service men in to the military (we were at war).  I found this odd because it seemed to have been a type of punishment which made little sense to me. ...

2. In one of the books by Fletch Prouty (former blacks ops operator at the Pentagon who personally knew for Secretary of State John Foster and his brother Allen Dulles, who later became head of the CIA), Stalin had sent his son to view the dead body of FDR.  However, the son was refused this privilege.  Stalin reported that “They [Churchill & co.?] tried to poison me.  I wonder if they go FDR.” (This is not a quote but a paraphrase.)  Apparently, Stalin felt that someone had done in FDR.

My English teacher in prep school told our class in 1947 that he knew Madame Shoumatoff, who was painting the president's portrait at the Little White House in Warm Springs, Ga., where FDR died, and that she had told him the president shot himself and that she had seen his body slumped over the desk with a pistol in his hand

In about 1982 I was working at a country club in the Houston area as Head  Golf Professional when I happened to be reading on top of my sales counter my first book on the JFK assassination titled "Best Evidence," by an author named Lifton (can't remember his first name). Into my golf shop walked one of my favorite members, a doctor who I will hereafter call Dr. X, on his way to get a golf cart and play a round of golf, when he noticed the book I was reading. A brief conversation about it ensued and, one thing leading to another, the following exchange (almost verbatim) ensued between Dr. X and myself:
Dr. X: "You know, Curtis, that Kennedy thing may just be the tip of the  iceberg when it comes to government coverups. I was at a cocktail party  some time ago when I had a conversation with a Pathologist about things like this and he told me that FDR didn't die of a stroke. He committed suicide."

Me: "Really? How did he know this?" [I was taken completely by surprise because, although FDR died many years before I was born, all historical accounts I had read and heard of told the "stroke" version.]

Dr X: "Because this doctor told me, 'Dr. X, I was in attendance when the autopsy was performed on him and I removed the bullet from his brain.' "

At that point I got the feeling that Dr. X didn't want to say much more, plus  he was right on schedule for his round of golf and I didn't want to detain him with chit-chat so he went out the door. Neither of us mentioned this again and shortly after that I left that country club to work elsewhere so I never saw him again. At that time (1982) he was in his mid-60's so he should definitely be retired by now and could very well be deceased; however, he had a very credible bearing about him (my behind-his-back nickname for him was Marcus Welby, MD) and I never felt any reason to doubt anything he told me.

My grandfather told me in the eighties, that while he was aboard a radar vessel, they received news that FDR died of a "self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head." He said that shortly after the announcement, it was revised to "cerebral hemorrhage."

The father of a close friend told me in the early 60's that an insurance client of his was a secret service agent guarding FDR. The agent told my friend's dad that FDR shot himself in the head. I have never heard or read any corroboration to this story until I bumped into this post. E. R. G.

By Fletcher Prouty
The World War II Cairo conference between Pres. Roosevelt, Prime Minister Churchill, and Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek ended on Oct. 26, 1943. That evening I was given orders to fly a group of participants from Cairo to Tehran. Up to that time, I had not been aware that there was going to be a Big Four meeting of the Super-Powers in Tehran.

As I went out to the plane that morning to get it ready to go, two limousines came from the city. They were T. V. Soong’s Chinese delegates. I flew them to Tehran that day. En route, I stopped at Habbaniyah in Iraq for refueling, and while on the ground an Air Force B-25 arrived with an old friend of mine flying it, and with L. Col. Elliott Roosevelt, the President’s son. I introduced him and Roosevelt to the Chinese, and vice versa.

I don’t know whether any of you ever realized this, but years later the fact that Elliott Roosevelt had gone to the Tehran conference brought up one of the most amazing untold facts in our history. I can only imagine why more had not been written about it. Because Elliott had met Stalin in Tehran with his father in 1943, in late 1946, Gardner Cowless, publisher of LOOK magazine asked him to go to Moscow to interview Stalin.

Roosevelt accepted this offer and did interview Stalin there. At the end of a long interview, he turned to the Generalissimo and asked one more question, “Why is it that my mother has never been permitted to visit Moscow even though she has made three very formal applications for the trip?”
Stalin glared at Elliott and said, “You don’t know why?”
Elliott replied, “No!”
Quickly, Stalin responded, “Don’t you know who killed your father?”
Roosevelt-shocked-answered, “No.”
Stalin rising from his chair, continued, “Well, I’ll tell you why I have not invited her here. As soon as your father died, I asked my ambassador in Washington to go immediately to Georgia with a request to view the body.” Stalin believed that if Gromyko could see the body he would confirm that the cerebral hemorrhage that had caused his death had caused extensive discoloration and distortion.

Elliot responded that he knew nothing about that and then Stalin said, “Your mother refused to permit the lid of the coffin to be opened so that my ambassador could see the body.” Adding “I sent him there three times trying to impress upon your mother that it was very important for him to view the President’s body. She never accepted that. I have never forgiven her.”
This forced Elliott to ask this last question, “…but why?”

Stalin took a few steps around the office, and almost in a rage roared, “They poisoned your father, of course, just as they have tried repeatedly to poison me.”
“They, who are they,” Elliot asked
“The Churchill gang!” Stalin roared, “They poisoned your father, and they continue to try to poison me…the Churchill gang!”

I had heard, while in Tehran, that Roosevelt and Churchill had had a strenuous argument in front of Stalin and Chiang during the conference on the subject of decolonization of South East Asia. I have read it in a government publication of the time. Then, this account of Elliott’s visit to Moscow in 1946 was written and signed by him and appeared in the February 9, 1986 issue of the nationwide Sunday Supplement magazine  “PARADE.”
L. Fletcher Prouty

Modern history displays a long-term plan by dynastic banking families and their allies to create an Orwellian World dictatorship ("New World Order") in which wealth will be further concentrated, and human life will be further degraded.
Wars and depressions, modern art and culture, new age religion, sexual "liberation" and feminism, are all part of this design. The role of historians and the mass media is to obscure this plan and to beguile the masses into thinking they are free and their leaders represent their interests.
This conviction is reinforced by Col. Curtis Dall's book, '"FDR: My Exploited Father-in-Law (1970). Dall, who was married to Franklin Roosevelt's daughter Anna, spent many nights at the White House and often guided FDR around in his wheelchair. In his book he says;
Pg. 142:
"The accounts concerning FDR's death differed considerably."
"..the lady on my right opened a most startling line of conversation:I suppose you know what finally happened to FDR there?"
I replied, this time rather firmly, "No, I do not. I've read several different accounts of it." Then I turned my attention to breaking a dinner roll for the addition of some butter, as a diversionary operation.
"Well", she said, "how very extraordinary!" Whereupon she began to tell me some alleged details concerning the distressing incident, as I looked in vain for some relief from my left side. Unfortunately, that lady was deep in conversation with the gentleman on her left.
That recital from her about Warm Springs hit me like a thunderbolt. I began to feel ill, and bluntly said,
"How do you know and where did you hear all these things you are telling me?"
She replied equally firm, "My cousin, Frank Allcorn, was Mayor of Warm Springs at the time; he told me!"
I put down my spoon for good and almost left the table, but decided it would be best for me to sit it out. Dinner was then completely finished for me. Apparently, from what I heard, Henry Morgenthau, Jr., was
there in Warm Springs at the time. What a strange coincidence! I wondered who left Warm Springs in the car with him.

Pg. 143:
The body of FDR, I heard, was taken to Macon, Georgia, where he was cremated. The almost empty casket containing his ashes then traveled north. Small wonder that Joe Stalin, that unfriendly, rugged realist, pointedly commented in the press, "The body did not lie in State!"
I subsequently read some of Doc O'Connors comments, along with those of other writers, on the subject. Much of it sounded like "canned" material, well polished for a specific political effect.

Dall maintained a family loyalty but could not avoid several disheartening conclusions in his book. He portrays the legendary president not as a leader but as a "quarterback" with little actual power. The "coaching staff" consisted of a coterie of handlers ("advisers" like Louis Howe, Bernard Baruch and Harry Hopkins) who represented the international banking cartel.


Pg. 71:
"Long before World War I broke out, Bernard Baruch was an important figure in Wall Street. After World War I, he became a Titan!
By 1914, Bernard Baruch had developed two unusual qualities. First, those of an able financier, a man with an alert, broad vision. Secondly, he was one who had gained the confidence of important world politicians and world money powers. This combination of talents caught the "eye" of world money and the "ear" of world political leaders, those who actually groom and select the candidates for President and Vice President in advance, for both the Republican and Democratic Party slates.

If, perchance, some readers should be startled by that observation, I am most sympathetic with them and their feelings, because I was likewise startled when I first learned about that situation. Then I began to study the matter, which is a subject not appearing in high school or college textbooks, but emerges only from much explorative work, and placing the pieces together to form a mosaic.

Before World War I, it was said that "Barney" Baruch was worth a million dollars or more. After World War I was over, it was alleged that he was worth about two hundred million dollars, a suitable figure for a Titan."

For Dall, FDR ultimately was a traitor manipulated by "World Money" and motivated by conceit and personal ambition.

FDR's another perfidy was suppressing information about the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, at the cost of almost 3,000 lives. He did this because the bankers needed US involvement in WWII, something 85% of Americans opposed. The Japanese had instructions to call off the attack if they lost the element of surprise. Dall Says;

Pg. 133:
I have often wondered if, as part of a long-range plan, FDR deliberately ignored the possibility and danger of an attack on Pearl Harbor by the approaching massive Japanese Task Force, an attack made on us almost by engraved invitation. He must have! Then, if such were the case, he must have wanted it. Who told him to "want" it? What manner of leadership was that?

FDR may also be feeling guilty of Betrayal at Yalta Conference where under the influence of Jewish Lobby he allowed Jewish Russia the control of all of central and eastern Europe.

But what tipped the scales was that on April 3 - Preparations began at Tinian Island to support the 509th Composite Group, and to assemble the atomic bombs. 
AND
On April 11 - Oppenheimer reported optimal performance with implosion compression in sub-scale tests.

The news of Atomic bomb conveyed to him on 11th April, 1945 and the pressures being put on him to use these inhuman bombs against purely civilian targets was perhaps too much to bear. 

A PERSON MAY RATHER DIE THAN TO BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE KILLINGS OF MILLIONS OF BABIES, GIRLS, WOMEN AND OLD MEN.


Hidden government is perfectly capable of having another President if the incumbent does not follow the laid out path.


Kaps.


Sunday, April 10, 2011

LOVE AND MARRIAGE

                    THE FREEMEN


Dear Brethren,

LOVE AND MARRIAGE;

A student asked a teacher, “What is Love?” The teacher said, “In order to answer your question, go to the corn field, choose the biggest corn and come back. But the rule is: You can go through them only once and not turn back to pick. Once you miss it, you cannot go back to it.”

The student headed for the field, and went through the first row. He saw one big corn, but he wondered may be there is a bigger one later. Then he saw another bigger one but wondered if there may be an even bigger one waiting for him.

Afterward, when he had completed more than half of the corn field, he started to realize that the corn growing around the area were not as big as the previous one he saw. He knew he missed the biggest one, and he regretted it. So, he went back to his teacher empty handed.

The teacher told him, “This is Love you keep looking for a better one, but you only realize it when you have already missed the person.”

What is Marriage then?” the student asked.

The teacher said, “In order to answer your question, go back to the corn field and choose the biggest corn and come back. But the rule is: you can go through them only once and cannot turn back to pick.”

The student went back to the corn field, and this time he was careful not to repeat the previous mistake. When he reached the middle of the field, he picked a corn that he felt satisfied with, and came back to the teacher.
The teacher told him, “When picking the corn this time you looked for one that is just nice, that you had faith in and are satisfied with. This is Marriage. Life is not about searching for the happiness but to feel contentment in the things you have.” 

KAPS

Friday, April 1, 2011

FAMOUS FREEMASONS OF THE WORLD

              THE FREEMEN

      This article was originally published December 1st 2006

Dear Brethren,

Many famous men throughout history were members of Masonic Lodges.
A few of them were:


WORLD LEADERS: Miguel Aleman (Mexican President 1947-52), Eduard Benes (President of Czechoslovakia 1939-48), Sveinn Bjornsson (1st President of Iceland), Napoleon Bonaparte (and his four brothers), Randolph Churchill, King Edward VII and King Edward VIII (Kings of England, 1901-10 & 36, respectively), Francis II (Holy Roman Emperor, 1768-1806), Frederick the Great (King of Prussia 1740-86), George I & George II (Kings of Greece, 1845-1913 & 1922-47), George IV & George VI (Kings of England 1760-1820 & 1820-30), Gustavus VI Adolphus (King of Sweden 1792-1809), Leopold I (King of Belgium (1831-65), Peter the Great (Emperor of Russia 1689-1725), William I (King of Prussia 1861-88), William II (King of the Netherlands (1792-1849), William IV (King of England (1830-37)  Abbott, Sir John J.C. - Prime Minister of Canada 1891-99. Allende, Salvador (1908-1973) - President of Chile, Lodge Progresso No. 4, Valpariso Emilio Aguinaldo (Phillippine Patriot and General). Ataturk, Mustapha Kemal, Former President of Turkey 1923-1938. Barclay, E-J. - President of Liberia in 1930 - 1941. Depute-Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Liberia in 1930. Barrientos, Rene. - 1925-1969. President of Bolivie 1964. Batista, Mariano. 1832-1907. - President of Bolivia in 1892. Lodge Ian Amos Komensky No. 1, Prague and Lodge Pravda Vitezi. Bennett, Viscount R.B. - Prime Minister of Canada 1930-35. Bertrand, Francisco - 1870-1926 President of Honduras. Bolivar, Simon. 1783-1830 - Hero of the Independence of South American countries from Spain. Known as the George Washington of South America. Bonaparte, Joseph 1768-1844. - King of Naples. Borden, Sir Robert L. - Prime Minister of Canada 1911-1920. Botha, Pik - Former Foreign Minister of South Africa. Bowell, Sir Mackenzie - Prime Minister of Canada 1894-96. Brant, Joseph - Chief of the Mohawks 1742 – 1807. King Charles XIII (King of Sweden 1748-1818). Churchill, Winston, Sir. 1874-1965. - Former British Prime Minister during the Second World War Member of the Studholme Lodge 1591, of London. Diefenbaker, John G. - Prime Minister of Canada 1957-63. Doumer, Paul - President of France. Doumergue, Gaston - President of France. Frederic II - King of Prussia. Francis I Holy Roman Emperor, 1745-65. Frederic VII - King of Denmark. 1806-1863. Garibaldi, Giuseppe. 1807-1882. –Italian Military Leader & Deputy of Rome. George VI - King of England during W.W. II. Georges II 1895-1952. - King of Greece. Gustave V - King of Sweden 1907 - 1950. Joffre 1852-1931 - Marshall of France. Kamehemeha IV King of Hawaii (1854-63). Kemehemeha V King of Hawaii (1863-72). Lafayette, Marquis de (1757-1834) - French aristocat and Military leader and heavily involved in both AMERICAN AND FRENCH Revolutions. Leopold I - King of Belgium (1831-65). MacDonald, Sir John A. - Prime Minister of Canada 1867-73 and 1878-91. Mitterand, Alexandre - President of France, Edmund Barton (1849-1920) First prime minister of Australia. Edmund Burke (1729-1797) Angle-Irish Statesman & Supporter of pre-Revolution Colonies, Geroge Canning (1770-1827) former British Prime minister, King Hussein of Jordan (1935-1999) King of Jordan from 1952 to 1999, Benito Juarez (1806-1872) President of Mexico from 1861-1863, 1867-1872. King david Kalakaua (1836-1891) The last king of Hawaiian Kingdom and many others.

BUSINESS LEADERS: John Jacob Astor (financier), Lloyd Balfour (Jewelry), Lawrence Bell (Bell Aircraft Corp.), William H. Dow (Dow Chemical Co.), Henry Ford (1863-1947) Founder of Ford Motor Company (Motor Cars), Alfred Fuller (Fuller Brush), King C. Gillett (Gillett Razor Co.), Fredrick Maytag, Andrew W. Mellon (banker), George Pullman, David Sarnoff (father of T.V.), Leland Stanford (railroads - Stanford Univ.) Carson, Curtis L. – Entrepreneur. Walter P. Chrysler (1875-1940),- Founded Chrysler Corporation Automobile Company. He also built New Yorks Chrysler Building. Citroen, Andre (1878-1935) - French Engineer and motor car manufacturer founder of Citroen Car Company. Drake, Edwin L - American Pioneer of the Oil industry. Dunlop, John Boyd – Tire Manufacturer. Faber, Eberhard - Head of the Eberhard Fabor Pencil Company. Forten, James -Abolitionist/ Manufacturer. Gillette, King C. - Gillette Razor Co. Hilton, Charles C. - is listed as a mason on many lists as founder of Hilton Hotels, but the hotel chain was founded by Conrad Hilton, who was a staunch Catholic who left most of his estate to support Catholic charities. Hoe, Richard M. - Invented the rotory press, revolutinizing newspaper printing. Hoover, Frank - Vacuum cleaner fame Lake, Simon - Built first submarine successfull in open sea. Lavoisier, Antoine Laurent 1743-1794 – Chemist.  Lipton, Sir Thomas (1850-1931)- Famous Yachtsman, Founder Lipton Tea Company. MacAdam, John - Invented "blacktop pavement". Maytag, Fredrick - Maytag appliances. Mecherle, George Jacob - Founder, State Farm Insurance. Mellon, Andrew - American industrialist, banker and philanthropist. Nash, Charles - Automotive industry. Olds, Ransom E. -  American automobile pioneer.  Penney, James C. (1875-1971) – founder J.C. Penney chain of retail stores Sanders, Harland "Colonel" (1890-1980) - Founder Kentucky Fried Chicken Restaurants. Sarnoff, David - Father of T.V. (RCA). Teets, John W. - Chairman and President of Dial Corporation. Thomas, Dave - Founder of Wendy's Restaurant. Watson, Thomas - Founder of IBM, Richard J Gatling (1818-1903) inventor of Gatling Gun, and many others Nathan Mayer Rothschild (1777-1836) German founder of Rothschild banking dynasty, Steve Wozniak (1950- ) co-founder of Apple Computer with setev Jobs and many others.

MILITARY LEADERS: Lord Roberts (Kandhar), Lord Horatio Herbert Kitchener (India) (1850-1916), Sir John French, Field Marshall Sir Douglas Haig (1861-19280 British Military Commander during the first World War, Sir Claude Auchinleck, Earl Alexender (Tunis), Generals John J. Pershing, George C. Marshall (1880-1959) American General who formulated who formulated Marshall plan for europes post second World War, Douglas MacArthur (1880-1964) American General, Joseph Stillwell, Johnathon Wainwright, Curtis E. LaMay, Omar N. Bradley, Henry H. "Hap" Arnold, Claire L. Chenault, Mark Clark, James Doolittle, Admirals David G. Farragut (First Admiral of the U.S. Navy), Ernest J. King, Richard Byrd, Tirpitz, Alfred Von 1849-1930 - German Naval officer responsible for submarine warfare, Arnold, Benedict - Major General and early American Revolution war hero, Audie Murphy (1924-1971) America’s most decorated War Hero who later became an actor, Albert Pike (1809-1891) US confedrate Militarily Officer of scottish rite and many others, Arthur Wellesley, Duke of Wellington (1759-1862) British Military Leader.

ASTRONAUTS: Ed Aldrin, Neil Armstrong the 1st person to walk on moon, Gordon Cooper, Don Eisle, Virgil Grissom, Ed Michell, Tom Stafford, Fred Haise, and Wally Shirra Buzz Aldrin, an American Astronaut the 2nd person to walk on moon John Glenn (1921- ) American Astronaut and Democrat Senator.

EXPLORERS: Hiram Bingham (Discoverer of Machu Picchu), James Bruce (Discoverer of the source of the Blue Nile), Adm. Richard E. Byrd, Christopher "Kit" Carson, William Clark; Merriwether Lewis, and Robert E. Peary, Robert Amundsen (1872-1928) Norwegian Explorer who in 1911 led the first sucessful expedition to the south pole, Robert Falcon scott (1868-1912) British explorer known as Scott of the Antractic, Sir Ernest Shackleton (1874-1922) British Explorer

INVENTORS AND SCIENTISTS: Appleton, Sir Edward Victor - English physicist. Nobel prize 1947. Sir Isaac Newton (1642-1727) Lodge, No. 859 Mathematician, scientist theologian, philosopher, Cambridge.Samuel Colt (1814-1862) Inventor Colt Revolver (firearms), Sir Bernard Spilsbury, Sir Alexander Fleming (1881-1955) Scottish Biologist who won Noble Prize for (penicillin), Edward Jenner (vaccination) Simon Lake (first practical submarine), John L. McAdam (Macadamized roads), Luther Burbank Michelson, Albert Abraham - Successfully measured the speed of light in 1882. Montgolfier, Jacques and Joseph - Co-developers of the first practical hot-air balloon Sax, Antoine Joseph - Invented the Saxophone (1846) and many others.

SPORTS: Grover C. Alexander, Cy Young, Jack Dempsey (1895-1983) US Boxer and Heavy Weight Boxing Champion from 1919 to 1926, Arnold Palmer (1929- ) American Golfer, Tyrus R. "Ty" Cobb, Carl O. Hubbell, Christopher "Christy" Mathewson, Mordecai P.C. Brown, Gordon "Mickey" Corchran, Avery Brundage, Albert "Happy" Chandler, Branch Rickey, Knute Rockne, Harold Abrahams (1899-1978) British Athlete who won 100 meters gold at 1924 Olympics, later dramatised in 1981 movie ‘Chariots of fire’, Webb, Matthew (1848-1883)- First man to swim the English Channel (1875), Sir Malcolm Campbell (1885-1948) English Land & Sea speed record holder during 1920s and 1930s, Donald Campbell (1921-1967) English Car and Motor Bike Racer who crashed and died while trying to set a new water speed record, Son of Malcolm,  Leslie Compton (1912-1984) England Footballer, Peter Ebdon (1970- ) English Snooker Player, Sir Leonard Hutton (1916-1990) Former England Cricket Captain, Jack Johnson (1878-1946) First Black Heavyweight boxing champion of the world from 1908-1915, Sir Clive Lloyd (1944- ), west Indies Cricket Captain, Jackie Milburn (1924-1988) English footballer, ‘Sugar’ Ray Robinson (1921-1989) American Boxer and world middleweight and welterweight Champion, Len Shackleton (1922-2000) England Footballer, Jack stein (1922-1985) Scotland Football Manager, Herbert Sutcliffe (1894-1978) England Cricketer Metcalfe, Ralph H. - Olympic Champion. and many others.

COMPOSERS: Irving Berlin (1888-1989) Siberian Born US Based composer of ‘White Christmas’ and ‘Annie get your guns’, Jean Sibelius (1865-1957) Finnish Composer, George M. Cohan, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791) Austrian composer who wrote Masonic Opera, John Phillip Sousa, Richard Wagner, Franz Joseph Haydn (1732-1809) American Composer introduced to freemasonry by Mozart, Franz Listz, Thomas Arne (1710-1778) composer of ‘Rule Britannia’, Sir Arthur Sullivan & his co composer Sir William Gilbert, Lionel Monckton, Robert Burns (1759-1796) Scottish poet, bard and composer of copious Masonic poems and songs, Franz Lizst (1811-1886) Hungarian composer and pianist, and many others.

ACTORS: John Wayne (1907-1979) American actor and hero of western movies, Michal Richards (1949- ) US actor who payed Cosmo Kramer in ‘Seinfeld’, Ernest Borgnine American Film actor and academy Award Winner, Clark Gable (1901-1960) US Actor and Star of ‘Gone with the wind’ & ‘Mutiny on the Bounty’, Arthur Godfrey, David W. Griffith, Oliver Hardy (1892-1957) American Actor and one half of comedy show Laurel & Hardy., Harold C. Lloyd (1893-1971) American actor famous for his comic silent movies, David Garrick (1717-1779) English Actor, dramitist and theatrical producer, Edmund Kean (1787-1833) English Shakespearen actor, Peter Sellers (1925-1980) British actor, William ‘Bud’ Abbot (1897-1974) Amrican Actor, comedian and one half of Abbot & Costello Comedy duo, Cecil B de Mille (1881-1959) Twentiethy Century American Film Director, Douglas Fairbanks (1883-1939) American star of silent movies such as ‘Mark of Zoro’ and ‘Thief of Baghdad’, Alfred Marks (1921-1996) English actor, Richard pryor (1940-2005) American comedian and actor, Roy Rogers (1911-1998) American singer and hero of cowboy movies, Telly Savalas (1924-1994) Greek American actor better known for playing TV detective ‘KOJAK’, Tommy Trinder (1909-1989) English comedian and actor, Jack L Warner (1892-1978) Founder and President of Warner Brother Studios, Darryl Zanuck (1902-1979) US founder of Twenthieth Century fox, and many others .

ENTERTAINERS: Gene Autry (1907-1998) American Performer and Singer known as ‘Singing Cowboy’, Joe E. Brown, Bob Burns, Eddie Cantor, Charles D. Coburn, William F. "Buffalo Bill" Cody (1846-1917) Founder touring America Wild West Show, Donald Crisp, Cecil B. DeMille, Richard Dix, W.C. Fields, Jean Hersholt, Harry Houdini (1874-1926) Legendary Escapologist, Al Jolson (1886-1950) American Singer, Charles "Buck" Jones, Harry Kellar, Tom Mix, Dick Powell, Will Rogers, Charles S. "Tom Thumb" Stratton, Richard B. "Red" Skelton, Paul Whiteman, Ed Wynn, Sir Henry Irving, Sir Herbert Beerbohm Tree, Sir Harry lauder (1870-1950) Scottish entertainer and music hall artist, Sir Donald Wolfit, Louis Armstrong (1901-1971)-American Jazz Trumpeter & Singer known as ‘Satchmo’, ‘Count’ William Basie (1904-1984) Us Jazz pianist, Orgnist, Leader of Count Basie Orchester, Mel Blanc (1908-1989) US Radio Actor & Voice of animated characters such as bugs bunny, Daffy Duck & Sylester, Lord Byron British Romantic Poet, Nat ‘King’ Cole (1919-1965) American Singer & Jazz Musician, Jim Davidson (1953-) english Comedian, Roger De Courcey (1944-) English Ventriloquist famous for his side kick Nookie the bear, edward Kennedy ‘Duke’ Ellington (1899-1974) US Jazz Pianist & Singer, W C Fields (1880-1946) American Comedian, Cyril Fletcher (1913-2005) English Comedian , Bob Hope (1903-2003) British American Entertainer and comedian, Alexender Pope (1688-1744) English Poet, and many others.

SCULPTORS: Gutzon Borglum and his son, Lincoln Borglum (together carved Mt. Rushmore National Memorial), Johann G. Schadow (Prussian Court Sculptor) J. Otto Schweizer, Hogarth, Sir John Soane, David Nixon (1919-1978) English Magician and television entertainer, Jean-antoine 1741-1828 – Sculptor and many others.

ARCHITECTS: James Hoban (1762-1831) Irish architect who designed original White House and its replacement. Alexandre Gustave Eiffel (1823-1923) French Architect who designed the Eiffel Tower, Frederic A. - Designed the Statue of Liberty Sir Christopher Wren (1632-1723) English Architect who designed many of Londons Churches including st Paul’s Catedral Jean Francious - Designer of The Arc De Triomphe in Paris, France Hoban, James - Architect for the U.S. Captial.

WRITERS: Robert Burns, Samuel L. Clemens (Mark Twain) (1835-1910) American writer better known for ‘The adventures of Tom Sawyer’, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (Author of Sherlock Holmes) (1859-1930), Edward Gibbon (1734-1794) English Historian and author of ‘Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire’, Edgar A. Guest, Rudyard Kipling (1865-1936) British poet and famous author for ‘The Jungle Book’, Alexander Pope, Sir Walter Scott (1771-1832) Scottish Novelist and author of ‘Ivanhoe’, Jonathan Swift (1667-1745) irish Writer better known for ‘Gulliver’s Travels’, Lowell Thomas, Voltair (real name Francois-Marie Arouet)(1694-1778) French writer and philospher , Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749-1832) German Poet, Friedrich Schiller, James Boswell, Robert Burnes, Richard Brinsley Sheridan, Captain Frederick Marryat, James Hogg, Anthony Trollope (1815-1882) English Novelist and inventor of Red Postbox, W. S. Gilbert, Oscar Wilde (1854-1900) Irish Playright and Novelist, Rafael Sabatini, Carlo Collodi (1826-1890) italian writer who created pinnocchio, Alex Haley (1921-1992) American Author of ‘Autobiography of Malcolm’ & ‘Roots’, William Hogarth (1697-1764) British Painter cartoonist and Satirist, Burl Ives (1909-1995) American Folk Singer, writer and Actor, Aleksandr Pushkin (1799-1837) Russian Author and many others.

YOUTH ORGANIZATION FOUNDERS: Beard, Daniel Carter - Founder Boy Scouts movement in United States, Mariners Lodge No. 67, New York City. Bellamy, Frank S. Land (International Order of DeMolay), William Mark Sexson (International Order of Rainbow for Girls).


UNITED STATES PATRIOTS: Francis Scott Key (wrote National Anthem), Ralph Bellamy (wrote the US Pledge of Allegiance), Paul Revere, John Paul Jones, Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790), John Hancock, Patrick Henry and many others.

UNITED STATES POLITICIANS: Thomas Dewey, Everett Dirksen, Fiorello H. LaGuardia (1882-1947) renowned Mayor of New york who left his name to one of the city’s airports, John Marshall, Barry Goldwater, Hubert Humphrey, Robert Dole, Jack Kemp, Rev. Jesse Jackson (1941- ) American minister, Politician and civil rights activist. and many others.

UNITED STATES PRESIDENTS: George Washington, John Adam, James Monroe, Andrew Jackson, James Polk, James Buchanan, Andrew Johnson, James Abram Garfield, William McKinley, Theodore Roosevelt, William H. Taft, Warren G. Harding, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Harry S. Truman, Lyndon Johnson and Gerald Ford. George Bush Sr.

UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT JUDGES:
Baldwin, Henry. Black, Hugo L. Blair, John Jr., Blatchford, Samuel. Burton, Harold H. Byrnes, James F. Catton, John Clark, Thomas C. Clarke, John H. Cushing, William. Devanter, Willis Van. Douglas, William O. Ellsworth, Oliver. Field, Stephen J. Harlan, John M. Jackson, Robert H. Lamar, Joseph E. Marshall, Thurgood Marshall, John - Chief Justice 1801 – 1835. Mathews, Stanley. Minton, Sherman, Moody, William H. Nelson, Samuel. Paterson, William - Signer US Constitution. Pitney, Mahlon. Reed, Stanley F. Rutledge, Wiley B. Stewart, Potter Swayne, Noah H. Todd, Thomas Trimble, Robert . Vinson, Frederick M. - Chief Justice 1946 – 1953. Warren, Earl - Chief Justice 1953 - 1971, Governor of California, Grand Master of California. Woodbury, Levi. Woods, William B.


RELIGIOUS LEADERS: James C. Baker (Bishop, Methodist Church, organized first Wesley Foundation in U.S.), Hosea Ballou (Founder, Universalist Church), Robert E. B. Baylor (Baptist clergyman, founder of Baylor University), Preston Bradley (founder of the Peoples Church), Father Francisco Calvo (Catholic Priest who started Freemasonry in Costa Rica in 1865), Hugh I. Evans (National head of the Presbyterian Church, U.S.A.), Most Reverend Geoffrey F. Fisher (former Archbishop of Canterbury), Eugene M. Frank (Methodist Bishop), Reverend Dr. Norman Vincent Peale (Methodist Episcopal minister and author) Titus Low (President of Methodist Council of Bishops), Thomas Starr King, Swami Vivekananda and many others.


OTHER FAMOUS MASONS: Agha Khan. 1877-1957.   Ashmole, Elias (1617-1692)- Founder member of the Royal Society of England and Ashmolean Museum in Oxford, first known English speculative Mason at Warrington, Lancashire, in 1646. Bartholdi, Baylor, Robert E. B. - Founder Baylor University. Rev. Francis - Authored U.S. Pledge of Allegiance. Benitez, Conrado, 1889-1971. Philippines. Borglum, Gutzon and Lincoln, - Father and son who carved Mt. Rushmore. Brundage, Avery - Olympic Committee. Giacomo Casanova (1725-1798) - Italian Adventurer, writer and entertainer.  Chagrin, DuBois, W.E.B. - Educator/scholar. Dunant, Jean Henri 1828-1910 - Founder of the Red Cross. Evers, Medger Wiley - Civil Rights Leader Gompers, Samuel - Founder of American Federation of Labor (AFL of AFL-CIO)
Gris, Juan - Spanish Artist - Synthetic Cubism. Guillotin, Joseph Ignace (1738-1814) – French Physician, Inventor of the "Guillotin". Hedges, Cornelius - "Father" of Yellowstone National Park. Hooks, Benjamin L. - Former Executive Director, NAACP. Houdon, Jones, Melvin - One of the founders of the Lions International. Khan III, Aga – Statesman. Lafontaine, Henri - Nobel Prize in 1913. Leazer, Gary - Investigated Freemasonry for Southern Baptist Convention and later joined Freemasonry. Lewis, John L. - Long time leader of The United Mine Workers. Livingston, Robert - Co-Negotiator for purchase of Louisiana Territory.  Madison, James - Hiram Lodge, Westmoreland County, Virginia. Mays, Benjamin -Educator/former President Atlanta University.   Morris, Dr. Robert - Poet and Founder of the Order of Eastern Star Naismith, James - Inventor of Basketball. Otis, James - Famous for "Taxations without Representation is Tyranny". Papst, Charles F. - Coined the term "Athletes Foot". Pound, Roscoe - Former Dean Harvard Law School. Pullman, George - Built first sleeping car on train. Randolph, A. Phillip - Founder - first president, International Brotherhood Sleeping Car Porters. Retief, Piet - Afrikaans leader and one of the founders of the South African nation. Rhodes, Cecil - Rhodes Scholarship. Schoonover, George - Founder of "The Builder". Schweizer, J. Otto. Thomas, Lowell - Brought Lawrence of Arabia to public notice. radio announcer/newsman. Wadlow, Robert Pershing (1918-1940) - Tallest human on record being almost 9 feet tall. Washington, Booker T. - Educator/Founder Tuskegee Institute, Stephen Austin (1793-1836), Lawyer & Colonist known as ‘Father of Texas’, Dr Thomas Barnado (1845-1905) Philanthropist & Founder of ‘Barnado Childrens Home’, James Bowie (1796-1836) American pioneer and gave his name to Bowie Knife, Sir William ‘Billy’ Butlin (1899-1980) British founder of Butlin Holiday Camps, J Edgar Hoover 91895-1972) Founder of America’s Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). Charles Lindbergh (1902-19740 American aviator who made first non stop flight from US to Europe.


Brotherly yours

Kaps