Sunday, September 26, 2010

Chicago Bahá'í House of Worship & Masonic Ties

According to Fritz Springmeier, regarded as one of the foremost authorities on the Illuminati and mind control, Freemasons were the ones who introduced the Bahá'í faith to America. In an interview with Wayne Morris, Fritz was asked what the great plan of Freemasonry is. The interview went as follows:

Fritz Springmeier

Fritz Springmeier: 
"...a couple of ways they [Freemasons] have played a continuous role in history in that they have guided human endeavors because the Illuminati, the mystery religions, have what they call "The Keepers of the Great Plans." That's not just my own opinion. Manly P. Hall, the Illuminati kingpin, in at least one of his books, goes into how the mystery religions of the great plan to bring in this great New World Order.

Wayne Morris
What was this great plan?  

Fritz Springmeier
Part of it goes back to the idea of the Golden Age of the Millennium. That's an important concept for me to talk about. I will be stepping on a few people's toes here. Your Christians are really unaware of where their concept of the millennium came from. They think that it comes from the Bible
[Rev. 20], but if they go back historically they will see that William Miller, who started the Adventist movement and started talking about millennium [see note below], was a high ranking Freemason. He predicted that Christ would return in 1844. The question is, did Christ return in 1844? 

Most people, because we have a limited perspective on things, would say no, he didn't. But there was a man called Nabob who appeared in Persia, and he said, "I am Christ," and he started the Bahá'í religion. He fulfilled William Miller's prophecy [not biblical prophecy]. The Freemasons were the ones who introduced the Bahá'í religion to America, and they did it through the Chicago Masonic Temple around the turn of the century.

 The Baha'i House of Worship for the
North American Continent

The Bahá'í religion is committed to a one world government, a new world order, and a one world religion. There was this Masonic Oriental Order of the Magi and they were the hardcore group within the Chicago Masonic Temple who started the Bahá'í religion in this country. These are the kinds of things that I tried to expose so that people see how this all interconnects.

A very brilliant man, James H. Billington, who was the librarian of the Library of Congress, wrote a book, "Fire in the Minds of Men" and the Illuminati didn't realize what he was doing. He kind of blind-sided them. He was a member of the Council of Foreign Relations, so he as one of them. They thought he was one of theirs.

James H. Billington

This book goes through and it talks about where the word "revolution" came from - it came from the occult societies. The word "revolution" which we use today to mean "armed rebellion" didn't have that meaning in the beginning. The way it began to be used to mean armed rebellion to overthrow the old order and establish something new, was because occult societies, like the Freemasons who had been behind all of the revolutions of modern history from the American Revolution on - have all been created by the Freemasons and the Illuminati.

Billington goes back in and traces how all the revolutions were started by this occult elite. The term revolution came from the occult idea that we were going to revolve ourselves back to the Golden Age. There is this great quest for the Golden Age, this millennialism. That's what Communism is about. If you look at the early founders of Communism - they were trying to revolve us back through revolution to the Golden Age that had been lost.

Wayne Morris
What was their idea of what a Golden Age consisted of?

Fritz Springmeier
Socialized communistic type society. This is why when you read Masonic prophets, like H.G. Wells who wrote a number of books on how the New World Order could be brought about, the Fabian Socialists, etc. who have all these detailed plans - it's always for a socialistic, communistic type utopia."


Note about Fritz: 
Fritz accepted the post-trib rapture viewpoint, and exposed the pre-trib rapture as a Masonic bluff. So as to not take what he said about the millennium out of context, William Miller was preaching that the Millennium was at hand. He believed in a pre-trib rapture. He became convinced that the coming end of the world was imminent. He was the first to stir Christians up in this way. (Source)

Authors note added 10/2011 - Please be aware that Fritz Springmeier may be a mouthpiece for the Illuminati. He did do presentations to Christian groups, but he may be a fraud. Fritz was accused by Jordan Maxwell of using his girlfriend to steal his research notes. Some of the information may be propaganda.