Titus Salt School
There is a mysterious monument “For The Students Who Never Leave” in the grounds at Titus Salt School. The monument is never discussed in lessons nor is it ever brought to the attention of parents. Although hundreds of pupils walk past it on their way in and out of school, they are not aware of its existence and that is quite deliberate; it is very effectively hidden in plain sight.
The monument is made up of a standing stone situated in a circle of benches; the overall structure represents an ancient stone circle, such as Stonehenge or The Twelve Apostles close by on Ilkley Moor. A message is carved on the face of the standing stone, inside the circle, where it can not been seen from the foot path.
Morals And Dogma Of The Ancient And Accepted Scottish Rite Of Freemasonry (Morals and Dogma for short) is a description of Freemasonic philosophy published by the Supreme Council, Thirty Third Degree, of the Scottish Rite, Southern Jurisdiction of the United States. A copy of Morals and Dogma was given to every new member of the Southern Jurisdiction from the early 1900s until 1969 (although some local Scottish Rite bodies offered copies through the mid-1970s), when it was deemed "too advanced to be helpful to the new Scottish Rite member."
Morals and Dogma has become infamous for the following quote, which concerns Lucifer (Satan or the Devil): “Lucifer, the Light-Bearer! Strange and mysterious name to give to the Spirit of Darkness! Lucifer, the Son of the Morning! Is it he who bears the light, and with its splendors intolerable blinds feeble, sensual or selfish Souls? Doubt it not!”
Those who finish their investigation of Freemasonry at the level of understanding presented in Part 2 of this series will always fall short of the truth. The next level of understanding can only be reached by looking deeper into the history of religion, to a time before the Bible was written when the movements of the planets and stars in the sky were thought to control events on earth. During the restoration at the Andaz Hotel in London, engineers were completely surprised to stumble across a hidden room. After they removed one of the walls they found a wood-panelled antechamber and, on the other side of a studded double door, a vast and incredibly refined masonic temple. The ceiling of the temple is decorated with a five pointed star radiating light, which is surrounded by the signs of the zodiac used in astrology; a ladder leads to the centre.
Higher Masonic degrees of The Scottish Rite and The York Rite teach that religious texts are not to be taken literally, but one of the requirements for becoming a Freemason is to declare belief in a Supreme Being, and the only difference between a Masonic bible and the King James Version of the Bible used in Protestant churches, is an additional introduction to Freemasonry.
The Bible is not all based on the movements of planets and stars; for Freemasons Bible myths also includes hidden spiritual truth. Manly P. Hall, describes the Masonic understanding as follows in his 1928 book, The Secret Teachings of all Ages. “There are, however, but few mature minds in the world; and thus it was that the philosophic-religious doctrines of the pagans were divided to meet the needs of these two fundamental groups of human intellect--one philosophic, the other incapable of appreciating the deeper mysteries of life."
In Morals and Dogma Albert Pike teaches Scottish Rite Freemasons about the actions of Jacques De Molay shortly before he was burned at the stake in 1314. Molay was the last Grand Master of the Knights Templar and the founder of Freemasonry:
“The end of the drama is well known, and how Jacques de Molai and his fellows perished in the flames. But before his execution, the Chief of the doomed Order organized and instituted what afterward came to be called the Occult, Hermetic, or Scottish Masonry. In the gloom of his prison, the Grand Master created four Metropolitan Lodges, at Naples for the East, at Edinburg for the West, at Stockholm for the North, and at Paris for the South." [The initials of his name, J.B.M. found in the same order in the first three Degrees, are but one of the many internal and cogent proofs that such was the origin of modern Free-Masonry.”
Terry Melanson maintains an excellent website on the history of the Order of the Illuminati, including information taken from the secret society’s own documents. Melanson has also taken the time to produce an article which explains the inaccuracies in Wikipedia’s page on the Illuminati. The news media doesn’t report seriously on the Illuminati, preferring instead to make fun of those who talk about it.
The Illuminati was formed by Adam Weishaupt in 1776 in Bavaria in southern Germany. Weishaupt planned to infiltrate and take over the Freemasons as part of a plan to overthrow existing governments and churches… a plan for world domination.
Researchers such as Eustace Mullins and Anthony Sutton have identified a web of secretive organisations, which work towards bringing in a New World Order on behalf of today’s Illuminati. The people at the very top of this secret power structure have been identified as the Rothschild family, who are based in Europe. In the US the Rockefeller family act as agents for The House of Rothschild.
One organisation which remained secret for decades has recently come to the public’s attention due to information circulated on the internet. In 1991, at the annual Bilderberg meeting David Rockefeller is reported by one delegate to have said "We are grateful to the Washington Post, the New York Times, Time Magazine and other great publications whose directors have attended our meetings and respected their promises of discretion for almost forty years.”
After a misleading detour into devil worship and a brief review of the history of religion and secret societies we are in a position to fully understand all the symbology of the monument For The Students Who Never Leave
Tubalcain is one of Freemasonry’s secret handshakes; it marks the monument as a Masonic tribute to the secrets of history which have been suppressed in order to allow the “wise” to rule over the ignorant multitude.