Wednesday, August 15, 2012

College of the Ozarks: Its Veiled Masonic History

 The logo depicts the unity of Church and state. The golden five-pointed star has particularly strong associations with military power and war. It is also a pentagram without the visible lines.[1]

The College of the Ozarks is a unique interdenominational Christian "work college" with nearly 1,400 students, located in Point Lookout, Missouri. Dubbed as “Hard Work U.” by The Wall Street Journal, it has a special work-study program in which students work in lieu of paying tuition.

The school has several accomplishments they can be proud of:
  • Princeton Review has selected it as the one of the colleges with the Most Religious Students. 
  • It ranks number 10 as one of the Best Bible Colleges in the country.
  • Huffington Post mentioned that it is one of the Most Radical Schools, and...
  • It's known as one of America's Cheapest Colleges.  
  • Lastly, it was recognized as one of the John Templeton Foundation's Honor Roll of Character-Building.  
That's pretty good for a small college that most of us have never heard of. It almost makes you wonder how a virtually unknown college has ranked so highly.

This promotional video will give you an overview of the school.

A Haven of Masons
An interesting point about this small, quaint Christian college is the attention it has gained from powerful world leaders, such as Margaret Thatcher, George W. Bush, Benjamin Netanyahu, Colin Powell, and Sarah Palin. It is important to note that each of these individuals is a Freemason.

Freemasonry is an occult religious organization that has had the unique ability to bridge the gap between religion and politics. Many top Freemasons insist that it is not a religion, however Albert Pike, Commander of the Scottish Rite (1860), wrote in Morals and Dogma, "Every Masonic Lodge is a temple of religion," and, " the universal, eternal, immutable religion."[2] Pike regarded Lucifer as the true God, as do witches and pagans today.[3]

When you begin to trace how the College of the Ozarks got its start, Freemasonry took a profound part in the founding of this school, and have continued to guide it over the years. The school was first proposed in 1901 as a high school by James Forsythe, a Presbyterian minister. The Forsyth Masonic Lodge took active part in supporting the school proposal and vouched for local support in obtaining the necessary land. Then in 1907, Rev. Forsythe opened its doors as the School of the Ozarks, with the financial backing of at least two of the Nabisco founders, a large endowment from K.M. Mitchell, with the cornerstone of the building being donated by the Masonic Lodge.[4]

The money trail plays a huge part in politics, which is an important aspect of College of the Ozarks - since they are a patriotic school. The financial backing by Nabisco may seem insignificant, but you'll see that their funding is actually quite telling. Note the use of the Catholic Patriarchal/Double Cross by Nabisco. Catholicism is one arm of the New World Order. Nabisco became known as the “biscuit trust” after J.P. Morgan combined much of the nation’s bakeries under a single entity financially, as Adolphus Green orchestrated the legal part of the takeover.[5][6] Green was an investor/attorney, not a baker.

A little less known fact is that William Harrison Taylor, a co- founder of  Nabisco, had a son that was in Skull and Bones, Yale Class of 1902.[7]  We don't know what involvement Alan McLean Taylor had with the company or the possible contact with the School of the Ozarks, but it is still a fact.

Why the College of the Ozarks?
The Freemasons had a vested interest in the interdenominational aspects of this school, since its hope was to  orchestrate change within the Church. Since the school was proposed to be interdenominational years ago, it accepted the  Ecumenical teachings of unity between denominations. The aim of this type of physical unity is misleading sincere Christians into a counterfeit unity. This is not the unity of the Spirit, or the spiritual oneness of the Body of Christ. The Ecumenical Movement is an unholy organizational union between the wheat and the tares. The True Church is composed of only the born-again, blood-washed Christians whose names are written in the Lamb's Book of Life.

The effort to bring the Church together using the Ecumenical Movement is an attempt to form a World Church, one that will culminate in the acceptance of the Pope being head of the Super-Church. The World Church will promote worldwide unity among religions through greater cooperation.   

Since the College of the Ozarks is  interdenominational, thus being  created on false pretenses, the school was doomed to accept the ideas of the Emergent/Postmodern/Seeker Friendly/Social Gospel teachings - views openly accepted by the vast majority of today's Church.

 After a student has spent four years at College of the Ozarks, they can be expected to be adequately indoctrinated into the Global Church. And since they were taught the revised view of American history, these sincere sheeple would then give their support to the globalist Third Way (Republican Party), thus supporting the Fascist side of American politics.

 In plain sight, the Republican Party shows who they serve.

Why the Masonic Dignitaries Show Up
Not only are the visits meant to encourage each students patriotic duty to vote for the Republican candidate, but it also has significance to the Masonic leadership at the school. One of the rites of passage within the Scottish Rite is to meet other famous and powerful Freemasons at each leg of the journey. Perhaps this is the reason why college presidents want to document their journey with their Masonic VIPs.

Although there is no solid proof that Dr. Jerry Davis is a Mason, he supports the political agenda of the school.

  Third Way Newt Gingrich and Dr. Davis

Dr. Davis likely supports political Israel. The Masonic founded state is one arm of the New World Order, and holds an important part in the future world government.

The pretty face of the Tea Party, Sarah Palin is a member of the Order of the Eastern Star. The Tea Party is funded by the Koch brothers, who are in favor of the world government.

Whether this event announcement below is current, I'm not certain. It appears that the college has invited David Barton to speak, which is evidence that they buy into his patriotic lies. He is openly a Christian Nationalist/Reconstructionist, and has supported Masonry in one of his books. Thomas Nelson publishers finally chose to remove Barton’s book, The Jefferson Lies, due to his blatant revision to American history.

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The Man with the Plan
Though he may have seemed like a sincere man who loved God, he was on watch, as well as those who followed after him, when apostasy came through the door. 
  • Montague Graham Clark, Jr. served as president of School of the Ozarks and was president emeritus and chairman of the board emeritus of College of the Ozarks until 2001. He was ordained a minister in the Presbyterian Church, U. S. A. in 1950, and served as vice-president of the school from 1946–1952, then as president between 1952 through 1981. Dr. Clark is most noted for gaining regional accreditation for both the two-year and four-year college programs.[8][9]

Dr. Clark was a 33° Freemason, and was awarded the Grand Cross, the highest honor that the Supreme Council awards. He served as Imperial Chaplain of the Imperial Council of Nobles of the Mystic Shrine of North America. In order to be initiated, he had to swear the oath on the Koran and the Bible.

He was a member of the Sons of the Revolution - an organization that uses the symbol of the Maltese Cross; the same one used by the secret society Knights of Malta, whose official head is the Pope.

Since there is no medical statements provided concerning his eyesight in his old age, we don't know for sure if his patch is a sign of his Illuminati involvement. Seems that this distinguished man could have found a modern way to protect his eye.

The gesture of hiding one eye goes way back in occult orders. Pic. Source

Most of the colleges are, in some way or another, supporting the one-world religious system. Most have been ecumenically involved with the pagan Roman Catholic church, which is one of the pillars of the New Age one-world religious system. Many Christian colleges and seminary presidents are Freemasons, and the College of the Ozarks is no different. This is being done to fulfill the last days plan of Lucifer. They are capable of the plan, since their conscience is seared with a hot iron.

From the time the school conducted the ancient Masonic cornerstone ceremony until today, dark spiritual powers have been guiding this college. Their change agents/wolves from the Illuminati have helped to keep these students from seeing the complete Truth. Wolves have helped them to be carried about with every wind of doctrine, so the plan toward a Baha'i-style Universalism would be carried out.

As these young minds are molded, they are being taught that they should accept the ideas of the Emergent/Postmodern/Seeker Friendly/Social Gospel teachings. Those who are suspicious of these teachings as being false doctrine, are then made to feel that they are hindering the effectiveness of the Holy Spirit. 

The College of the Ozarks, as well as other Christian colleges and seminaries, use patriotism as a facade for Fascism. Will they never see what judgments they prepare for themselves?  

"For God hath put in their hearts to fulfill his will, and to agree, and give their kingdom unto the beast, until the words of God shall be fulfilled."  Rev. 17:17

"Behold, I send you forth as sheep in the midst of wolves: be ye therefore wise as serpents, and harmless as doves."
Matthew 10:16

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