Monday, March 18, 2013

Brannon Howse and His Masonic Blue Necktie

Brannon is striking a Masonic pose, 
and one eye is visible.

There was a time when I really liked Brannon Howse. He confirmed many of the faults I had been seeing in the Church, and how it had literally run off into the ditch. It wasn't until I began to learn about the occult symbolism used by Christian ministries, that I realized Brannon was part of the controlled opposition. This is when I wrote the post Why Brannon Howse Doesn't Smell Like a Rose. I decided back in mid-2011 that he was a Freemason.

Within the last few days, I viewed some of his recently produced videos. I began to notice a trend between one video and the next. He consistently wears a blue necktie, and I doubt it has anything to do with accentuating his pretty blue eyes.

I realize that many of his programs are recorded the same day, but his neckties are variations of blue in many of these videos.

It turns out that this is another Masonic symbol. The blue tie represents the cable tow - the rope used around the neck of the Masonic initiate. The initiation is described this way. While blindfolded:
"The new initiate is then brought (pulled by the noose) into the Masonic lodge where they must bow at an altar. Behind the altar stands a man they call the Worshipful Master of the Lodge (the leader of the lodge). Again the candidate makes his plea for Freemasonry. After answering a series of questions, the Mason to-be takes a series of blood oaths and promises not to reveal the secrets of Freemasonry that he will learn -- upon having his throat cut from ear to ear."[1]

The cable tow controls the initiate, and guides those who are already enlightened. One Masonic writer says the tow is similar to the chains worn around the necks of Druidical priests. Then another writer connects the tow to British Israelism and its high-stakes politics, business, and hierarchy of the Church. The person wearing a tie, in general, is bound by the world system. When the blue tie/cable tow is worn by the initiates, it's a sign that they aspire to know the Masonic secrets.[2] It also symbolizes a surrender of faith and self-preservation for the sake of the Masonic Brotherhood.[3]

There are actually two colors of ties worn by the Elites: red and blue - both are used by Fascists and Communists interchangeably around the world. They are two sides of the same coin. Internationally there is a tendency for parties with similar ideologies to use similar colors. An example of this is the color red, which is synonymous with Left-Wing (Communist) ideologies. Such associations are not absolute, since red is also the color associated with the Right-Wing U.S. Republican Party.[4] But in these pictures, it doesn't follow any particular rule. Let's look at the common thread that connects them all.

George W. Bush - Republican Party

Tony Blair - Labour Party - Center left

David Cameron - Conservative

Pres. Obama - Democratic Party

Glenn Beck - Libertarian/Conservative/Tea Party

Benjamin Netanyahu - Likud Party - Right Wing

 Former President Wm Clinton - Democratic Party

 Masonic blue necktie

The one thing they have in common is that they are all Masons, Globalists, and Communitarians ...wanting to reconcile Right and Left-Wing politics by advocating a synthesis. By having them all wear blue, are they making a statement about creating a middle ground philosophy?

Brannon is likely a Mason, but is he also a communitarian? It would explain the blue tie, and why he knows so much about about communitarianism.

Added  3/19/13 - More info on the color blue necktie in the post below.

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Fascist Symbolism in America
Freemasonry and the Church
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