Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Inside Freemasonry Secret Society P2 PROPAGANDA DUE

An unique and intimate interview with a few Freemasons who discuss the Lodge from the inside. As well as viewpoints from Prince Hall Freemasons.

In the Middle Ages, a secret society lay behind many events which shaped the course of history.

The first name of that society was 'The Knights Templars.'

Initially founded as a Crusader order which vowed to fight for Christianity, they gradually became caught up in perverted teachings and became entirely divorced from Christianity.

The members of the order became consumed by their worldly interests and ambitions and forgot God and His religion.

Using their military strength and political connections they acquired vast fortunes.

To such an extent, in fact, that in the Middle Ages they achieved greater material power and wealth than the Church and the states of Europe.

Thanks to that great power, the Templars became capable of imposing their will on rulers and the Church authorities.

They acquired a great many privileges and immunities.

They were behind all forms of corruption and wickedness.

They performed perverted and degenerate ceremonies and rituals.

For all these reasons, they were eventually arrested, tried and banned.

Yet they still continued to organise underground. A while later, they re-emerged under a different name: the Freemasons.

In this film we shall be examining the true origin of Freemasonry, in other words the Knights Templars, which had been kept secret for hundreds of years.

To date, a great deal has been said about the Knights Templars, and a great many books written about their activities.

Who were these Templars? Where did they come from? What were their aims?

How did they turn into Freemasonry?

How did they manage to continue their activities, carried out so silently and secretly, right up to the present day?

We need to seek the answers to all these questions in the pages of history.

And that history goes back a long, long way, right back to the time of the Crusades.


When the Muslims entered Jerusalem in 637 AD, they brought with them peace and plenty.

That peaceful environment, however, was destroyed by the invaders who entered the region at the end of the 11th century.

These were the Crusaders.

The wealth and prosperity of the East had for long attracted Christians.

Heading these was the Pope, Urban II. The Pope made an announcement at the Council of Clermont, which convened under his leadership.

He claimed that holy sites in the east had been disrespected and that Christian pilgrims had been assaulted. He called all of Europe to wage war under a single banner.

The fact is however, that these claims were a complete violation of the truth. The Christians of the Middle East were living in freedom and toleration, and were fully able to practice their beliefs.

In fact, the pretext for war was merely an excuse. Both the Pope and those who heeded his call actually had very different expectations from the war.

The historian Donald Queller describes this in these terms:

The French knights wanted more land. Italian merchants hoped to expand trade in Middle Eastern ports. . . Large numbers of poor people joined the expeditions simply to escape the hardships of their normal lives. (World Book Encyclopedia, "Crusades," Contributor: Donald E. Queller, 1998.)

In order to increase the effect of his words, the Pope also told the lie that the sins of all those who joined in the war would be forgiven.

His words served their purpose. Caught up in a wave of fervour, his listeners emblazoned their garments with the fabric crosses distributed to them.

Within a very short space of time, that call had an extraordinary effect all over Europe.

A large army was formed.

These people, who called themselves the Crusaders, looted a great many places on their journey and finally met up in Constantinople.

The Crusaders then began moving through Anatolia. After putting the Muslims whose gold and jewels they dreamed of finding to the sword and pillaging their cities they reached Jerusalem, where the Crusaders' savagery continued.

They slaughtered all the Muslims and Jews in the city, sparing neither women nor children.

In his book The Monks of War, the researcher Desmond Seward describes that savagery thus:

Jerusalem was stormed in July 1099. ... The entire population of the Holy City was put to the sword, Jews as well as Moslems, 70,000 men, women and children perished in a holocaust, which raged for three days. In places men waded in blood up to their ankles and horsemen were splashed by it as they rode through the streets. (Desmond Seward, The Monks of War, Penguin Books, London, 1972.)

After capturing Jerusalem, the Crusaders made it their own capital, establishing a Latin Empire the borders of which stretched from Palestine to Antioch.

They needed to organise if the state they had founded were to survive.

To that end they set up military orders.

The members of these orders lived a monastic life on the one hand, and were trained to wage war against Muslims on the other.

One of these orders were the Templars.

The Knights Templars and freemasonry (Harun Yahya)

"... a former Masonic lodge known as Propaganda Due, or P2, a lodge originally formed by the Italian Grand Orient as a lodge of research. In 1975 an Italian fascist named Licio Gelli was made the Venerable Grand Master of P2 ..."

"Then, in 1977, [Michele] Sindona brought in Roberto Calvi, head of the Banco Ambrosiano in Milan, which was closely associated with the papal bank, one of its major shareholders."

"After Calvi was in with Gelli and Sindona, the Banco Ambrosiano helped to set up foreign shell companies, including ten in Panama, which were controlled by the papal bank."

(Robinson, John J. Born In Blood: The Lost Secrets of Freemasonry. New York: M. Evans and Company, 1989, pg. 314)

Banco Ambrosiano was an Italian bank which collapsed in 1982. At the centre of the bank's failure was its chairman, Roberto Calvi and his membership in the illegal masonic lodge Propaganda Due. Vatican Bank was Banco Ambrosiano's main shareholder, and the death of Pope John Paul I in 1978 is rumoured to be linked to the Ambrosiano scandal, giving one of the subplots of The Godfather Part III. Vatican Bank was also accused of funneling covert United States funds to Solidarity and the Contras through Banco Ambrosiano.


Propaganda Due, or P2, was a Masonic lodge operating under the jurisdiction of the Grand Orient of Italy from 1945 to 1976 (when its charter was withdrawn), and a pseudo-Masonic or "black" or "covert" lodge operating illegally (in contravention of Italian constitutional laws banning secret lodges, and membership of government officials in secret membership organizations) from 1976 to 1981. During the years that the lodge was headed by Licio Gelli, P2 was implicated in numerous Italian crimes and mysteries, including the nationwide bribe scandal Tangentopoli, the collapse of the Vatican-affiliated Banco Ambrosiano, and the murders of journalist Mino Pecorelli and banker Roberto Calvi.


Roberto Calvi (13 April 1920 17 June 1982) was an Italian banker dubbed "God's Banker" by the press due to his close association with the Vatican. A native of Milan, Calvi was the chairman of Banco Ambrosiano which collapsed in one of modern Italy's biggest political scandals, and his death in London in June 1982 has been the source of enduring controversy. Calvi's death was ruled as murder after two coroner's inquests and an independent investigation, and, in June 2007, five people were acquitted of his murder after a trial in Rome.

Claims have been made that Calvi's death involved the Vatican Bank (Banco Ambrosiano's main shareholder), the Mafia (which may have used Banco Ambrosiano for money laundering), and the Propaganda Due or P2 masonic lodge.


Licio Gelli (born April 21, 1919) is an Italian financier, chiefly known for his role in the Banco Ambrosiano scandal. He was revealed in 1981 as being the Venerable Master of the clandestine Masonic lodge Propaganda Due (P2).


Wie gefährlich Geheimbünde sein können, die ein enormes Machtpotential vereinen, zeigt uns ein Blick nach Italien. Es begann 1877:

Giuseppe Mazzoni, Großmeister des Großorients von Italien, gründete in Rom die Propaganda Massonica Loggia. Das Ziel dieser Loge: Die größten Geister des Landes in einer eigenen Bauhütte (Synonym für Freimaurerloge) zu vereinen. Mitglieder wurden bedeutende Politiker, Dichter und Gelehrte:

Aurelio Saffi, Giosue Carducci, Francesco Crispi, Agostino Bertani, Nicola Fabrizi, Giuseppe Zanardelli, Giovanni Bovio, Quirico Filopanti, Giuseppe Ceneri, Oreste Regnoli, Luigi Orlando, Francesco Magni, Gaetano Tacconi, Giacomo Sani, Emilio Cipriani, Pietro Ripari, Eugenio Chiesa u.a. Nur der normale Bürger hatte keinen Zutritt. Giuseppe Mazzonis starb im Jahre 1880.

Die Loge wurde mit gleichem Ziel, der Aquisition von einflussreichen Leuten , 1887 unter dem Namen Propaganda Due (P2) neu gegründet. Sie sollte das maurerische Gegenstück zur römischen Kurienkongregation Propaganda Fide bilden. 1944 ging sie angesichts des Faschismus unter und wurde nach 1944 neu begründet.


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