Thursday, March 10, 2016

Order of the Eastern Star Exposed

Masonic is spelled wrong in first video, but posting it for the other information. I live in a community where there are many freemasons. Some may ask me "How do you know?" Some of them have masonic emblems right on their cars, with some of the more blatant ones including the square and compass.

The one I saw yesterday was an Order of the Eastern Star metallic emblem stuck on the back of a lady's car. Order of the Eastern Star is the freemasonic order for women. It does allow some male members too who serve specific roles They have the "Rainbow Girl" group for younger girls. These organizations are Satanic. Freemasonry worships Lucifer. Most lower-level people are deceived, same as people in the Catholic church but the higher levels receive more information about who they really worship. They teach the same thing as the Theosophists that all religions can be gathered around the "same altar". In one video they said that to be invited into Eastern Star you have to be a family member of a Freemason, I wonder if the same is true for a young man to join Demolay? One of the best books exposing Freemasonry is Hidden Secrets of The Eastern Star: The Masonic Connection.

One thing I have realized when talking to anyone with masonic involvement, is they are VERY SLIPPERY. Many will claim to be Christians, and there is no true Christian that serves two masters. Since I was involved in Theosophy as a UU, a lot of the same mind-boggling one world religion philosophies apply but freemasons well, are more secretive about it all.


Sue Botchie said...

Dear BB, the star is an inverted pentagram. Creepy! Though not surprising.

Anonymous said...

Ezekiel 8:16
And he brought me into the inner court of the LORD'S house, and, behold, at the door of the temple of the LORD, between the porch and the altar, were about five and twenty men, with their backs toward the temple of the LORD, and their faces toward the east; and they worshipped the sun toward the east.
Acts 7:43
You have taken up the tabernacle of Molek and the star of your god Rephan, the idols you made to worship. Therefore I will send you into exile' beyond Babylon.
Amos 5:26
But ye have borne the tabernacle of your Moloch and Chiun your images, the star of your god, which ye made to yourselves.

Bible Believer said...

I noticed looking at Order of Eastern Star they call themselves definitely goes along with that verse. [Kind of like the celebrities [idols] call themselves STARS too

Weird rituals are the name of the game: Posting this for information, WARNING put up by a freemason:

Bible Believer said...

Yes the inverted Pentagram is creepy and the letters spell out FATAL, they have symbols of various goddesses on there.

"Embracing the goddesses

When Rob Morris was organizing the basic layout of the OES, he decided there would be five degrees, or points, and that there would be five female figures representing the Order. Originally, he chose five goddesses from ancient paganism as his five female figures, then had second thoughts about bringing pagan ideas to the forefront, possibly thinking that the majority of women would probably be turned off if the pagan ideas were the focus since most of the U.S. at the time professed Christianity. So he pulled what I would call a “Constantine” by giving his goddesses Biblical concepts or names, but keeping the symbols of the women the same as the pagan goddesses. Here they are:

Jephthah’s daughter, who Morris named Adah: The OES claims that she illustrates respect to the binding force of a vow. Jephthah made a vow to the Lord in Judges 11 that the first thing to greet him from his house when he returned from battle with a victory from God would be offered to the Lord. The first to greet him when he returned home from that battle was his daughter, so he kept his vow to the Lord in spite of how much it would cost him. Adah was originally the goddess Luna, the goddess of the moon. Luna is the “goddess with three forms” and also called Diana, Selene, Artemis, and Hecate. She is also goddess of witchcraft, sorcery, night (darkness), the lower world, and patron saint of feminists and lesbians since she perpetually shunned males. The followers of Diana were the ones who started a riot against Paul and his companions in Acts 19 for preaching the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Ruth: She illustrates devotion to religious principles. Originally she was Flora, the goddess of springtime and flowers who was also called Chloris. Every year in honor of Flora, the Romans held the festival of Floralia in the spring. Floralia was much like Mardi Gras where the people participated in “merriment and licentiousness.”1 This is a nice way to say they had drunken orgies.2
Esther: Illustrates fidelity to kindred and friends. Esther was previously Hebe, the goddess of youth who was cupbearer to the gods and goddess of domestic matters. The Romans called her Juventas.
Martha: Represents undeviating faith in the hour of trial. Her corresponding goddess was Thetis (Thesis), goddess of creation and the sea. She was mother of Achilles and dipped him in the river Styx to make him invincible. Thetis had the power to prophesy (i.e. fortune-telling) and was a shape-shifter.
Electa: This name is not in the Bible, but Morris gave this name to the woman hosting the church in her house in 2 John. The goddess who she replaced in the original plan of the Eastern Star was Areme, a secret goddess of the Egyptians whose name is not widely known."

Anonymous said...

Edgar Cayce advocated five human races had been created separately but simultaneously on different parts of the Earth. These five races or tribes came from five different Eves, polygenism. My thought is this demonic pagan philosophy is the root cause of race hate wars. Acts 17:26 - Don