Masonic Symbolism in Communism

Discussion in 'Conspiracy' started by Pressed_Rat, Jan 29, 2009.

  1. Pressed_Rat

    Pressed_Rat Do you even lift, bruh?

    Since I am being harassed into leaving the Politics forum for speaking the truth, I will spend more time in here concentrating on occult symbolism and its esoteric meanings pertaining to Freemasonry and its relating fraternal orders.

    Freemasons use colors which have esoteric/kabbalistic meaning. RED is the color of revolution and to this day is the color of communism and socialism. The red lodges of Freemasonry were always the ones behind all the major wars and revolutions, though at the top all lodges are connected and one and the same.

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    The Soviet flag is rife with Masonic symbolism. First, you have the star, which represents Sirius/Lucifer. This in turn represents the hidden power behind all those Masons above 33 degrees.

    The sickle is the reversed G (in higher levels meaning generation or to graft) of Freemasonry. It is symbolic of the NEW MOON, hence the NEW AGE. The sickle itself represents the cutting down of the old age to bring in the new (always through immense death and destruction). It also symbolizes the splitting between spirit and the world of matter. The foundation for Marxism is based on dialectic materialism. Communism shuns all notion of a higher power, except for its Luciferian adepts.

    The hammer is a nordic symbol. It is the hammer of Thor. It represents order through force. In the Fabian Window of the British Fabian Society, you see two figures hammering the earth into shape on an anvil. Above it reads "remould it nearer to the hearts desire."

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    Have you heard of a man by the name of Armand Hammer (ARM-AND-HAMMER)? He was a very prominent US business tycoon closely associated with OCCIDENTAL PETROLEUM. Today one Mr. Al Gore holds large sums of money in Occidental Petroleum stock. It was Armand Hammer who bankrolled Gore's father, Albert Gore Sr., and helped launch his career (and his son's) in politics. Hammer was extremely close with the communists and close friends with Lenin, who history tells us was against wealthy capitalists.

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    Armand Hammer also owned stock in a company called ARM and HAMMER. Surely you have seen and heard of this famous American brand of baking soda, which is known for its label.

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    The arm and hammer is a classic communist symbol, but it derives from Freemasonry. In British Freemasonry, the arm and hammer symbol is often used in place of the "G" in the center of the square and compass.
     
  2. drew5147

    drew5147 Dingledodie

    Amen, brother.
     
  3. zihger

    zihger Senior Member

    I think you are reading too much into it.
    Arm and hammer is a symbol of industry, in the old days metal had to be pounded out by Hand.. with a Hammer..
    In the days before tractors a sickle was used to harvest crops.

    I think you are looking at the basic beginnings of a nation agriculture, and industry.
     
  4. Pressed_Rat

    Pressed_Rat Do you even lift, bruh?

    There is an exoteric and esoteric meaning to everything. You are looking only at the exoteric.
     
  5. zihger

    zihger Senior Member

    I really don’t think the freemasons were that big until they came to America. Their time in Europe they were just a worker trade union.
    I think it took them until they came to the U.S. and started building cites and ruling them before they had much power.

    I just don’t see Lennin joining the freemasons in the early 1900s.
    I could be wrong I only know the basic history of Lennin but I have never heard of him being a freemason.

    He had his own Workers Labor Party or what ever he calls it?

    Why would he bow to a Western club?
     
  6. Pressed_Rat

    Pressed_Rat Do you even lift, bruh?


    First of all, Freemasonry is NOT a "Western club." Freemasonry is an international brotherhood. Freemasonry has its roots in Babylon and Ancient Egypt. It went under various names before being called "Freemasonry." Freemasonry was born out of Rosicrucianism, which is rooted in the Kabbalah, which trances back to the ancient world of Babylon.

    Secondly, Lenin was funded by the West. Communism is a product of Western financiers and the Anglo-American establishment. This is something most people do not know. History teaches that communism was the evil boogeyman out to destory capitalism, when in fact communism was funded into existence by so-called "capitalists" as the dialectical antithesis to capitalism. This is all laid out in Dr. Antony Sutton's Wall Street and the Bolshevik Revolution.

    The website for the Grand Lodge of British Columbia states that both Lenin and Trotsky were members of the Grand Orient Lodge of France, which also gave birth to the French Revolution.
     
  7. zihger

    zihger Senior Member

    That is a mythological description of freemasonary I’m sure that some of the rituals and words have old roots but the club and origin started around the 1600s. Beyond that is myth, story and rumor.



    Lenin has been studied extensively there is massive volumes of material on every aspect of his life people even have degrees on Leninolgy.
    But only a sentence on a website states he was a freemason? Out of all of the hundreds of thousands of books and studied done on him?
    I don’t buy it.
     
  8. Pressed_Rat

    Pressed_Rat Do you even lift, bruh?

    No, it's pretty common knowledge among historians that Lenin was a Freemason, yet it appears to have been excluded from many of the modern history books.
     

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