Ancient Aliens endorses freemasonry

Ancient Aliens FreemasonryBy Timothy Fitzpatrick
April 26, 2015 Anno Domini

The anti-Christ agenda of History Channel and its Ancient Aliens television series is reaching new depths by endorsing freemasonry and crediting our supposed alien creators for enlightening mankind with masonic principles.

Now in the advanced stages of its propaganda campaign against Christ and His Church, Ancient Aliens is moving past its phase of using pseudo-archaeology to show how aliens have always been with us to now fully embracing Satanic black arts, including divination, geomancy, mathemancy, and Jewish magic (kabbalism), which is the foundation of freemasonry. An overwhelming number of episodes revolve around divination and sorcery, where supposed great minds like Albert Einstein, kabbalist Isaac Newton, Leonardo da Vinci, and freemason George Washington are depicted as receiving their wisdom and leadership through an infusion of alien knowledge and guidance. To those familiar with the teachings of the Church and the Fathers, this is nothing new. Magicians have been receiving secret knowledge from demons and/or fallen angels since the Middle Ages and beyond. Of course, the Ancient Aliens narrative blurs any correlation here and instead spins the story to suit its theme that space aliens created us through some kind of co-evolution involving genetic modification—an occult concept in itself (transmutation, pursuit of androgyny, etc.)—and have been cryptically trying to tell us of our origins through the various cultural myths and religions.

Screen shot 2015-04-18 at 6.17.48 PMThe following episodes drive home the aforementioned kind of propaganda, at times even overtly crediting freemasonry and its divinators with bringing alien knowledge to mankind and making the world a better place. The episodes even interview leading masonic authorities, like Past Grand Master of The Grand Lodge of Washington Akram Elias, who are more than happy to lend credibility to the show and its deceptive agenda:

Season 2: Episode 7 – Angels and Aliens (shifting focus of spiritual nature of fallen angels to physical and calling them space aliens)
Season 3: Episode 11 Aliens and The Founding Fathers (masonic Enlightenment, divination, geomancy, masonic geometry)
Season 3: Episode 13 – Aliens and the Secret Code (geomancy, masonic geometry, gematria [Jewish numerology])
Season 3: Episode 16 – Aliens and the Creation of Man (Masonic Darwinism, co-evolution
Season 4: Episode 8 – The Da Vinci Conspiracy (divination, sorcery, occult science, technocracy)
Season 4: Episode 14 – Destination Orion (astrology, sorcery)
Season 4: Episode 15 – The Einstein Factor (divination, sorcery, occult science, technocracy)
Season 5: Episode 11 – Magic of the Gods (self-explanatory)
Season 5: Episode 12 – The Satan Conspiracy (masonic dualism, masonic rationalization of man’s fall, masonic vindication of Satan)
Season 5: Episode 13 – Alien Operations (magic, sorcery, false attribution of Godly miracles
Season 6: Episode 11 – Alien Breeders (masonic Darwinism, co-evolution)
Season 6: Episode 16 – The Tesla Experiment (sorcery, divination)
Season 7: Episode 3 – Aliens Among Us (occult science, technocracy)
Season 7: Episode 4 – The Genius Factor (sorcery, divination)
Season 7: Episode 7 – Alien Messages (occult science, numerology, geomancy, masonic geometry)
Season 7: Episode 9 – Aliens And the Civil War (sorcery, divination)
In Search of Aliens: Episode 8 – The Founding of America (sorcery, divination)

As you can see, Satan and his fallen co-conspirators have been busy at the studios of the History Channel. I have only listed the episodes which focus on masonic themes specifically; however, almost every show slips in some kind of masonic propaganda. The most diabolical of the above episodes is by far The Satan Conspiracy, in which the show’s cast of clowns—Girogio Tsoukalos, David Childress, David Wilcock, et al.—defend Satan and the bad reputation he received while innocently trying to enlighten Eve with knowledge and trash the Christian God for withholding knowledge from mankind. This is an almost verbatim masonic explanation of what happened in Genesis. Ancient Aliens portrays the Bible as if it does not claim exclusivity to truth, after which it can propagate the masonic heresy of indifferentism. Once the show’s “experts” have deconstructed the belief in absolute truth in the psyche of the television viewer, they can then construct their space alien co-evolution theory in its place.

New Ager David Wilcock reveals the masonic liberal agenda of the Ancient Aliens cult in Aliens and the Civil War saying:

It’s possible that extraterrestrials have been visiting America since its foundation and have been, in fact, steering the outcome this whole time, and why might they want to do that? You would want to see society moving in a direction of greater freedom, greater openness, greater acceptance so that in time this allows them to have a much more warm welcome than they otherwise would have.

Wilcock sounds like an LGTBQ activist, doesn’t he? He’s right about one thing, the fallen angels (Wilcock’s aliens) were likely guiding the U.S. Founding Fathers as they set up the new masonic, libertarian republic.

It appears that Ancient Aliens producer Kevin Burns is Jewish. If so, it’s no surprise that the series is advocating anti-Christ Jewish magic in the forms of kabbalism and freemasonry. Add “Rabbi” Ariel Bar Tzadok (who appears to totally endorse the show’s theme) to the cast of regular “expert guests” and you have a 100%-certified kosher piece of propaganda. A&E, which distributes Ancient Aliens on the History Channel almost daily and just happens to run marathon reruns of the show on Christian holy days, is owned by the Jewish-controlled Hearst and Disney corporations. A&E Chairman Nancy Raven (Ravnitsky) is believed to be Jewish as well.

 


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