Welcome to illuminati silver, we tell you
the truth about silver. Today is Sunday 6th March 2016 and we are
asking the question is Ted Kruz a Freemason and does it matter whether he is or isn’t?
Yesterday’s voting for the Republican nomination gave Ted Kruz decisive victories in Kansas
and Maine and now having captured 6 States, Kruz is clearly the front runner of the remaining
candidates to challenge Donald Trump. Of the 1237 delegates required to achieve
the Republican nomination, and with 1627 seats still available:
Trump has 378 delegates Kruz 295 delegates
Rubio 123 delegates Kasich 34 delegates.
Clearly now, despite Rubio being the Establishment candidate, Kruz is Trump’s main challenger
and it is likely that Rubio and Kasich will drop out within the next 2 weeks.
So this means there is a possibility, though an outside one, that Ted Kruz could win the
Party nomination, and if he does so and go on to become President, the question we are
asking is, could this mean that we will have the first Masonic President since Gerald Ford
and Lyndon Johnson? Now the jury is still out as to whether Kruz
is in fact a Freemason, though he certainly appears to show the tell-tale signs that he
is – such as his handshake with Donald Trump, his use of the ‘Hidden Hand’ during the
playing of the National Anthem, thereby suggesting he may be a Master of the Second Veil and
even the Pyramid sign made with his hands at a number of events.
If he is a mason then he would be in good company should he become President as the
following past presidents were members of that organisation: George Washington – President 1789-1797–
3rd Degree Mason James Monroe – President 1817-1825- 1st
Degree Mason Andrew Jackson – President 1829-1837- was
the Grand Master of Tennessee Masons from 1822 to 1823.
James Polk – President 1845-1849- Master Mason – exalted to Royal Arch
James Buchanan – President 1857-1861 – Deputy Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania.
Andrew Johnson – President 1865-1869 – Master Mason, member of Royal Arch and Knights Templar
James Garfield – President 1881 –only serving 1 year was a Master Mason, Royal Arch and
Knights Templar and 14th degree in Scottish Rite
William McKinley – President 1897-1901 – Master Mason and Knights Templar
Theodore Roosevelt – President 1901-1909 – Master Mason
William H Taft – President 1909-1913 – Master Mason
Warren Harding – President 1921-1923 – Master Mason, Royal Arch Chapter Companion, Knights
Templar, Shriners Franklin Roosevelt – President 1933-1945 – Master
Mason and Shriner Harry Truman – President 1945-1953 – Grand
Master of Missouri 1940-1941 Gerald Ford – President 1974-1977 – Sovereign
Grand Inspector General, 33rd degree, and Honorary Member, Supreme Council of the Northern
Jurisdiction at the Academy of Music in Philadelphia, which he served as Exemplar. He also became
a Past Honorary Grand Master, receiving his Collar and Jewel on October 24, 1978 in Topeka,
Kansas. Lyndon B Johnson – President 1963-1969 – was
initiated a mason in 1937 in Johnson City Lodge Texas but did not advance beyond the
stage of fellow Craft which is a 2nd degree mason and thereby did not complete his 3rd
degree to become a Master Mason. Surprisingly to many, the Bush’s weren’t
mentioned and this is because there is actually no registration documents available to show
that they were or are Freemasons, – members of Skull and Bones – yes but Freemasons
no. So what are your thoughts? Is Kruz a Freemason?
If he is or is not does it really make a difference? Let’s hear from you and politely please.
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