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* 1893, Mason, Bishop Leadbeater caught in pedophile scandal, Howard, Michael, "The Occult Conspiracy", page 108; Bishop Leadbeater was a high-ranking Freemason and pioneer of the Theosophical Society and New Age Mysticism.

"MacGreggor Mathers was a supporter of the Jacobite cause and rumoured to be a member of another secret society known as the Jacobite Legitimists. This group claimed that the true heir to the Scottish throne was Princess Maria Theresa, wife of Prince Ludwig of Bavaria. They demanded home rule for Scotland and supported Irish nationalism. In February 1893 the House of Commons was in uproar when the banning of the society's official newspaper 'The Jacobite' was debated. A Belfast MP said that unless the journal was banned, loyalists in Ulster would rise against the British government. The Jacobite cause also had supporters in the Theosophical Society including Bishop C.W. Leadbeater who was to be disgraced in a homosexual scandal involving young boys."

A high level Freemason in good standing in his Lodge and one of the co-founders of the Theosophical Society, according to researcher David Carrico in his documentary film "SRA and Secret Societies", he left the Theosophical Society to help found the liberal Catholic church; he authored several books on the subject, including "The Sacraments". Leadbeater also authored several books on Freemasonry, e.g., "Freemasonry and Its Ancient Mystic Rites", which is cited in the section on the Kabbala. [End Note: The Jacobites were named after Jacques DeMolay in whose honor the Masonic DeMolay society is named.]


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