Thursday, June 09, 2005

Jehovah's Witnesses, Mormons, Masons

The BBC's Panorama programme has claimed that the Watch Tower Society, the Jehovah's Witnesses HQ, keeps a worldwide database of around 20,000 members accused of child abuse.

Allegations of child abuse within the church began in Scotland when 19-year-old Alison went to the police with allegations that her father, a Jehovah's Witness, had been sexually abusing her.

It turned out that church elders had known for three years that her father had been abusing her older sister, that he had confessed to the church but that no action had been taken.

Alison's father went to jail for 5 years.


May 2005

Hugh Nibley was a famous Mormon scholar whose books defend the Mormon religion.

Nibley's daughter, Martha Nibley Beck, claims in her book that Nibley was a pedophile who abused her as a child 'while chanting ancient Egyptian prayers'.

She says that her father's history books were fictional and that the footnotes 'for which he was famous' were simply made up.


Suzan Mazur, 26 October 2004, wrote about 'Bush And The Mormons'.

Suzan Mazur reports that J.W. Marriott, Chairman of Marriott Corp. is one of the most celebrated members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints - the Mormons.

Bill Marriott sold its airline catering service to the Carlyle group.

Mazur describes the Carlyle "founding fathers" as being Dan Altobello, Steve Norris, Fred Malek and Dan D'Aniello.

Mazur says they all came from the 'Marriott Mormon culture'.

Malek was number two man at Marriott.

Malek was a former Director of the Republican Party.

Malek brought George W. Bush into the Carlyle group.

Mazur refers to allegations of certain Mormons forming a 'polygamist/pedophile colony'.

Why did Marriott sell its airline catering service to Carlyle?

Mazur asks: "Did Marriott have an ear to the ground through Mormon missionary/intelligence connections about a brewing Gulf War which could kill his business?"

Mormons reportedly have had a large number of people in the CIA and FBI.

J. Edgar Hoover 'started the FBI with Mormon agents'.

Brent Snowcroft, reportedly a Mormon, has had important intelligence rolls in Bush I and II governments.

Mazur claims that the Mormons have been crucial to George W. Bush's political campaigns. Supporters have included former Utah governor Mike Leavitt, Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney and Karl Rove.

Rove is not Mormon but 'he was nurtured in the Salt Lake City Mormon culture and educated at the University of Utah.'

Mormon Timothy E. Flanigan organized the Bush v. Gore Supreme Court legal argument and was later given the job of 'making the Homeland Security department come to life'.

Utah Senator Orrin Hatch is chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee that oversees the Department of Justice and the FBI.

Darwin A. John was chosen by Director Rober Mueller to reorganize the FBI's computer files. Darwin A. John had previously been managing director of information and communication systems for the Mormon Church.


Factors found in cults according to Stephen Hassan in "Combatting Cult Mind Control"

1) You can only believe what the cult tells you. There is no room for interpretations.
Everything is Black and White. Other groups or sects are wrong.

2) Members of the cult are the chosen few.

3) Individuals must obey the group and its leader

4) Behave as the cult tells you and you will be happy. You will be controlled by fear and guilt.

5) If you leave the cult you will go to hell or be punished in some way. There is never a good reason for leaving the cult.

Note also - lots of flattery is used to get you to join the cult.

In extreme cults, torture is used to control peoples' minds.

Margaret Smith in her book 'Ritual Abuse': "Some violent cults believe in supreme evil gain supernatural power...people practice ritual abuse ...

"In the Middle Ages, some secret societies and fraternal organizations were accused by the Catholic church of practicing a violent, sexualized mass."

According to Smith - 67% of survivors said their ritual abuse perpetrators belonged to either secret societies or fraternal organizations (33% of alleged perpetrators were Masons).

Some believe the Masons:

1. are linked to the 'Illuminati.'

2. have occult connections.

Albert Pike, 'Father of Modern Masonry', refers to the connections of Masonry to the occult in "Morals and Dogma".

Albert Pike allegedly states that Masonry intentionally misleads lower level Masons.

Albert Pike talks about Lucifer bearing the light.

Many or most of the presidents of the USA are alleged to have been Masons.

Joseph Smith, founder of the Mormons, was reportedly a Mason.

In "Satanic Ritual Abuse and Mormonism" (Tanners newsletter), 60 victims in the Mormon church discuss seeing or participating in alleged ritual abuse activities.

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