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From "Be Wise As Serpents," by Fritz Springmeier
One of the biggest issues the Jehovah's Witnesses make a big
fuss about is the name Jehovah. Christians, they say, are obviously
evil for Christians are not promoting the name Jehovah. Although
it is true the Bible has a Tetragrammaton, even the Jehovah's
Witnesses admit in their literature that Jehovah is not the
proper pronounciation, in fact it is known to be a Middle
Age invention. What is not widely known is the importance thatthe
word Jehovah has played in Black Magic and Freemasonry.
The word was introduced into Freemasonry, not in a Christian
context but in a magical context.
Albert G. Mackey, 33 degree, one of the highest respected Masonic
authorities for the Masons states in his Encyclopaedia of Freemasonry,
Vol. I, 1871,
"JEHOVAH is, of all the significant words of Masonry, by far
the most important. Reghellini very properly calls it 'the
basis of our dogma and of our mysteries.'...The history of
the introduction of this word into the ritualism of Freemasonry
would be highly interesting, were it not so obscure. Being
in almost all respects an esoteric symbol... That this name,
in its mystical use, was not unknown to the Medieval Freemasons
there can be no doubt... It is now conceded, from indisputable
evidence, that the holy name was, in the earlier years, and,
indeed, up to the middle of the last century, attached to
theThird Degree, and then called the Master's Word...Third Degree
refers to 'the mystic word, the Tetragrammaton.'"1
What was the esoteric, mystical use of the word Jehovah? It
stood for what Medieval Cabalists and other practitioners of
magic called their Satanic Holy Trinity.
E.M. Butler an expert on Magic writes in his book Ritual Magic
that "...the 'triple name' could stand for ADONAY, ZEBOATH,
JEHOVAH or for JEHOVAH, EMMANUEL, ZAMEH (Father, Son, Holy
Spirit) or any other of the variant holy names by which the
deity was invoked in black magic. With this exception, the
invocation, although there is a learned Renaissance flavour
about it, follows orthodox lines, and the word valeat instead
of salveat represents ... rather subtle attempt to make the
invocation blasphemous. It certainly is at odds with 'Jehovah's
name forward and backward anagrammatized' (a pithy poetical
way of describing the method used by Kabbalists to determine
the seventy-two names for God), and also with the abbreviated
names of the
saints in the circle. It makes nonsense too of the conclusion:
"By Jehovah, hell and the holy water which I now sprinkle,
and the sign of the Cross, which I now make.' lt would be worse
than useless, it would be in the highest degree dangerous,
to call on the name of the 'triple deity' who had just been
dismissed (however courteously) from the circle."2
The frequent use of the word Jehovah by Joseph Smith, Jr.,
and Charles T. Russell was the impact of Masonry on their lives.
C.T. Russell disliked Christ's name so much he wrote the word
Christmas as X-mas in his personal letters.3 Joseph Rutherford,
who was involved in the occult, elevated the name. Jehovah
even more, and downplayed the name of Christ. There are many
solid Scriptural reasons why Jehovah is not the name that Christians
are to promote and worship, but that is a topic in itself.
The point though is that a balanced view of scripture in no
way demands that Joseph Rutherford's worship
of the word Jehovah be adopted. The over emphasis these men
placed on it, was due to their contact with the occult.
WHO FIRST PROMOTED THE WORD JEHOVAH?
"It was the Kabbalists who emphasized the mystery surrounding
the letter JHVH by referring to the name they represented as
the 'word of four letter', TETRAGRAMMATON,
and this caught on like wild-fire in the magical texts. Few
indeed and far between are those modern rituals in which that
awe-inspiring name does not occupy the place of honour."4
From a group of JW elders at my house came the advice, "If
you will say a prayer using Jehovah's name, and say it with
lots of will power, you can count on it working." Folks, those
elders don't know it—but that's Kabbalistic Magic Unfortunately,
not knowing history well, they do not realize who promoted
the name Jehovah for centuries— the Magicians of the Kaballist
Jews. THE MASONIC HOLY TRINITY
But if the Caballists believe in a Holy Trinity doesn't that
make them Christians?
"The Cabala is Occult Science itself. It is the secret theology
of the initiates, theology essentially Satanic. In a word counter-theology.
Our God, the God of the Christians, is the power of evil in
the eyes of the Cabalists; and for them the power of good,
the real God, is Lucifer."
"One cannot be a convinced Cabalist without soon becoming a
magician and devoting oneself to the practices of occultism."5
This explains why many of the famous magicians such as Harry
Houdini6 have been Jewish Freemasons.
In Freemasonry at the Kadosch the triangle is inverted to represent
Lucifer, who is said to be the Very Holy and Indivisible Trinity
to which the Kadosch takes his oath of blind obedience. The
Grand Inspector Inquisitor Commander takes his oath to this
Very Holy and Indivisible Trinity of Lucifer also.7 This is
clearly described in the 33 degree French Mason Domenico Margiotta's
book Le Culte de la Nature dans la
Franc-Maconnerie universelle. Is the reader surprised that
a Mason would publish something saying their Holy Trinity is
the Trinity of Lucifer?
Mackey in his Ency. of Freemasonry, 1887 ed., p.617 explains
that "The objection to treatises and disquisitions on Masonic
subjects, that there is danger through them of giving too much
light to the world without, has not the slightest support from
experience. In England, in France, and in Germany, scarcely
any restriction has been observed by
Masonic writers, except as to what is emphatically esoteric;
and yet we do not believe that the profane world is wiser in
those countries than in our own in respect to the secrets of
Freemasonry. In the face of these publications, the world without
has remained as ignorant of... our art, as if no work had ever
been written on the subject.... The truth is that men who are
not Masons never read authentic Masonic works. They have no
interest in the topics discussed,... "
This Author agrees with Mackey. When this Author has tried
to show what the Masons are about, few people will even accord
the courtesy of even a few seconds of their time. Even when
people are willing to spend a few minutes, how can a few moments
dispel all the Masonic smokescreens. Some read that the Masons
believe in a Holy Trinity and conclude they are solid Christians.
If such men believed in the Christian Trinity, why have most
of the most anti-Christian philosophers and writers been fervent
Freemasons? Masonry and Christianity are not the same, nor
are their trinities.
"Theurgy is the highest degree of occultism. Necromancy is
limited to the summoning of dead souls, but the Theurgists
of the nineteenth century evoke entities qualified by them
as genii, angels of light, exalted spirits, spirits of fire
etc. In their
meetings, scattered throughout the world, they worship Lucifer.
The three mysterious letters J... B ... M.... that the common
initiates see in the Masonic Temples, are reproduced in the
meeting rooms of the Luciferians, but they no longer mean Jakin,
Bohaz, Mahabone, as in the Lodges, nor Jacques Bourguignon
Molay, as with the Knights Kadosch; in Theurgy these three
letters mean; Jesus Bethlemitus Maledictus.
Theurgy is therefore pure Satanism."8
The Cabalists and Masons profess to practice white magic and
refer to Theurgy as black magic.
What the reader sees here is a common tactic by the devote
Satanists. Theyrename or slightly disguise their symbolism
and foister it upon groups of people that don't know what they
are really worshipping or getting into. Albert Pike states
in Moral and Dogma that the lower levels are deceived.9 They
have been deceived from the very beginning of the Masonic
Lodge. The Masonic symbolism from the beginning has its
origins in the occult. It use of Christian symbols is esoteric.
TOPIC OF CHAPTER
This chapter will explore the relationship of Watchtower symbology
and their special words to the Masons and the occult.
The young blond girl in a patterned dress at my door stammered
and shook a little as a Matronly older woman looked on and
observed her memorized presentation. "This is the great issue
that faces everyone," she said jitterly.
And indeed the cover of her Watchtower magazine10 said, "The
Great Issue Faces You," along with a picture of an old man
with stars surrounding him.
As a scholar of the Watchtower Society, my curiosity was aroused,
What is the great issue?
Her visit had caught our family at an unfortunate time when
I couldn't invite them in. I took her magazines, and silently
prayed she'd keep her word to return on her back call, which
she didn't unfortunately.
I opened the magazine. What is the great issue—was it sin?
That certainly was Christ's great issue, his central message
was man's slavery to sin. He preached that theme from several
different angles. The captives he came to set free were the
captives of sin. Those he was able to bless, were those poor
in spirit, that is those who realized their sinful nature.
The apostle Paul continued Christ's message on sin. "This righteousness
from God comes through faith in Jesus Christ to all who believe.
There is no difference, for all have sinned and fall short
of the glory of God, and are justified freely by his grace
through the redemption that came by Christ Jesus." (Rom. 3:22-24)
Even the Apostle John, a favorite among the Masons and other
esoteric groups made sin the great issue. "If we claim to be
without sin, we deceive ourselves and the truth is not in us.
If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just and will forgive
us our sins and purify us from all unrighteousness." (I Jn.
So what was the Watchtower's Great Issue?
At the end of page three, which is the first article, we learn
the answer, "In fact, the great issue facing each one of us
is whether we accept or reject the sovereignty of God, "whose
name alone is JEHOVAH." Having been associated with Jehovah's
Witnesses, I knew that the issue of God's Sovereignty meant
Jehovah's name. For instance, Moses had done all he did to
Pharoah and the Egyptians the JWs had instructed me, solely
to teach them his name is pronounced Jehovah.
Knowing this, it was fairly certain what would follow in the
Watchtower article, "The time must come when he will resolve
all aspects of this issue of sovereignty in harmony with his
own stated purpose: "They will have to know that I am Jehovah."11
And there they did it again. The WT Soc. has taken a Biblical
concept the Sovereinty of God and perverted it into a test
of "Are they promoting the word Jehovah or not?"
The real issue is not whether some magical word Jehovah is
promoted or not. The issue is sin.
If you want words the Hare Krishna's have magical words. "Hare
Krishna, Hare Krishna, Krishna Krishna, Krishna Krishan, Hare
Hare, Hare Rama, Hare Rama, Rama Rama, Hare Hare, " they chant.
If you want magical words the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi will give
you for around $20 a mantra (the name of some Hindu deity picked
especially for you) to relax with.
These groups all have plenty of magical words to save us, but
what do they say about sin?
Transcendental Meditation (TM) says sin is a state of mind.
Hare Krishnas see sin as something that can be purged with
eating, clapping and dancing. The Watchtower Society chooses
to believe that the results of sin can be ignored, for in the
New order sinfull mankind will teach himself to be perfect
with the aid of 144,000 elite teachers. The guilt, the horror,
and the need for confession of sin eludes their religious teachings.
Christianity realizes sin, realizes the guilt man has, his
need to confess his sin to God, and his need to rely on God
WHAT IS THE WATCHTOWER'S REASON FOR USING THE TERM "NEW WORLD"
The WTs answer to the public was given in the WT May 1, 1987
issue pg.30. Their answer is that the greek word kosmos allows
them to fittingly speak of a coming "new world." To quote,
"But the Biblical use of Ko'smos allows for a Christian to
speak of a 'new world' when referring to the coming Paradise
restored on earth." This answer is good fodder for brain-washed
androids, but is not a responsible answer at all. Strong's
Concordance's Greek dictionary indicates that the word kosmos
(word #2889 in the dict.) probably came from a root word meaning
orderly arrangement such as a decoration, and by implication
means the world. The Bible however does not speak anywhere
of a new world order or a new order.
Did Russell coin the breakdown of the word atonement into At-one-ment?
Hardly, the Christian Scientists and the Masons were using
such phraseology before Russell. Russell used it as the title
of an approx. 500 page book he put out in 1899. An example
of the Masonic use of the term is an article in the Mar. 1923
New Age Magazine entitled "TOWARD AT-ONE-MENT".12
1. Mackey, Albert G. Encyclopaedia of Freemasonry, Vol. I,
1871 ed., p.363 ff
2. Butler, G.M. Ritual Magic. New York: The Noonday Press,
3. Author's personal collection
4. Butler, op. cit., p.40
5. Bataille (Carl Hackse). Le Diable au XIXe Siecle, Vol. I,
6. Denslow, 10,000 Famous Freemasons, p.255
7. Margiotta, Domenico, 33 degree. Le Culte de la Nature dans
Universelle. (18??), p.227
8. Bataille, op. cit., p. 35
9. Pike, Albert, 33°. Morals and Dogma., p.819. 10. WT Mar.
12. Milburn, H.A. art. "TOWARD AT-ONE-MENT", New Age Magazine,
Mar. 1923, p.
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