Sifting through reams of research, including various articles on Freemasonry and the New World Order, among other things, it was time to close the file and begin again.  Somehow it seems impossible to escape these two subjects.  Something keeps drawing me back.  Perhaps it is a morbid curiosity or some illusionary power that somehow might be instrumental in making a difference in global affairs.  Whatever the attraction, it has always intrigued me that our daily press does a magnificent job of avoiding the obvious.

Slow news day

It must have been a slow news day when not one, but two reports appeared in the same Vancouver Province. The first story involved a judge in Italy ordering seizure of $10 million in assets from the former head of an outlawed Italian Masonic Lodge.  The second report from Victoria mentioned a religious newspaper from Quebec delivered to thousands of Victoria residents.  Apparently Doug Jamieson, a Freemason and past Lodge Master, who received a copy of the Michael Journal was incenses by a cartoon depicting the evil of the international banking system complete with leering devils and the Masonic symbol in one corner.

Interesting stories, but, anxious to discover something new, these too were filed away.  Coincidentally, a few days later the same Michael Journal appeared in a batch of new research material.  Now my information anxiety was really getting the best of me.  The subject could no longer be avoided.  Over the years, writing on the Masonic Order has landed me in hot water more than once.  So it is virtually important to note that most Freemasons do a lot of good and never reach the infamous “inner circle.”  That said, many already know the rest.

Global domination

Anyway, the Michael Journal did bring up some interesting points.  “The International Bankers dominate the globe.  Their strength lies in the ignorance of the people,” one headline stated.  It didn’t take much reading to realize they were right on.

By far the most interesting aspect of the paper was an article explaining the power of the banks’ debit cards.  Just imagine this scenario: much of the population is now using debit cards.  The bank has convinced them that they are safer, more convenient, and make it easier to track transactions.  What many fail to realize is that this is the information age and it may not be long before banks team up with governments.  In 1994 the Canadian government is actually planning a campaign to provide all social security payments with debit cards.  The next step in this progression is identity cards which, on a small computer chip, will be able to supply all the vital personal information ready to feed into an international computer.  Big Brother watching?  No, this is even more sinister than that.

The Apocalypse

Imagine the day when, again for the sake of security, as the banks would have us believe, an identity chip is inserted under the skin (your own personal property that can be neither lost nor stolen), again carrying all personal data on income, living patterns, medical information, etc…

The Apocalypse of St. John states, “…and it will cause all, the small and the great, and the rich and the poor, and the free and the bond, to have a mark on their right hand or on their forehead, and it will bring about that no one may be able to but or sell, except him who has the mark, either the name of the Beast or the number of its name.”

And you thought it could never happen.  Think again!  Most people won’t be selling their souls.  Heck, for lack of vigilance and the sake of convenience, they’ll merely be giving them away!