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When Washington D.C. was founded, the highest point was called Jenkins Point. In the 1790’s it was owned by Daniel Carroll—the brother of Catholic Bishop John Carroll. David Ovason tells us, “that in earlier times the hill had been called Rome” (The Secret Architecture of our National Capital, pp. 8). He continues, pp. 8, 9,
“Indeed, the story might easily be taken for the stuff of myth were it not supported by a long manuscript in the Maryland State Archives, at Annapolis. The deed, dated June 5, 1663, is in the name of Francis Pope, and sets out the basis for a survey of a strip of land called Rome, bounded by the inlet called Tiber.”
Symbolism is very important to secret societies, even to the Jesuits. This is why Francis Pope’s land (called “Rome”) was used to build our nation’s capital, Washington D.C. It was to assert the Roman Catholic Church’s claim upon America, which they still maintain on the grounds that Columbus claimed this new land for the Church. (By the way, Columbus never even saw the mainland in America. He discovered some islands in the Caribbean Sea.)
The layout for Washington D.C. was entrusted to a French Masonic engineer named Pierre-Charles L'Enfant. He got the job at the suggestion of Roman Catholic bishop John Carroll. L'Enfant laid out the main city streets in the shape of an upside down five-pointed star of Baphomet, the symbol of the goat. The White House was constructed at the goat's mouth. The two ears on the sides were marked by Mt. Vernon Place and Washington Circle. The horns were marked by Logan Circle and Dupont Circle.
In surveying and laying out the new city, L'Enfant numbered the city blocks. The 600 series runs from Q Street North through the Capitol grounds down to the mouth of James Creek. On page 228 of his book, Rulers of Evil, F. Tupper Saussy tells us,
“All the numbers between 600 and 900 are assigned to blocks within this swath—except for the number 666. That number is missing from the map. It must have been secretly affixed to the only unnumbered section of blocks in the 600 series. That section, we find, includes the Capitol grounds that once were called ‘Rome’.”
In other words, the Capitol was built on Lot #666 according to the original survey, but in order to hide this fact, they skipped the number entirely, but did not assign any number at all to the spot where the capitol stands. Hence, the entire plan for Washington D.C. was to suggest that it was the “throne of the beast,” which in this case was the throne of Baphomet, the god of Freemasonry.
The Templar-Masonic Connection
On April 8, 2004 we poured out the water (taken from the Island of Peace) at the foot of the statue of General Winfield Scott. We spoke a warning to the beast system, admonishing it to repent and submit to the rule of the rightful Heir of all things—Jesus Christ, the King.
We knew, of course, that there would be no repentance because Revelation 16:11 says specifically, “they did not repent of their deeds.” Nonetheless, to fulfill all righteousness, it was necessary to do this, for it gave the beast system a full six months in which to repent.
Six months later, on October 6, 2004, I poured out the wine October 6, 2004 at the same location. There were twelve of us who bore witness to that occasion. In essence, I stated to the beast in the name of Jesus that in view of the fact that he has not repented or submitted to Jesus Christ, He was declaring war against the throne of the beast.
The statue of General Winfield Scott is the only one that does not give any clues as to who this man was or why he was being honored with a statue. There is only one word on the statue itself—“Scott”—and there are no signs or monuments nearby to explain it. No title, rank, or even a first name was inscribed anywhere. The only clue we had was that across the street was the General Scott Hotel. This told us that he was a general.
We had to find him on the internet. We discovered that he was the longest-serving general in history (56 years) and he retired in 1861 near the beginning of the Civil War. I believe that there was a reason why he disrespectfully appears only by the name “Scott.” I believe that it is not really a monument to the general, but in fact was meant to be an insult to the general by stripping him of his rank and identity. It was instead a monument to SCOTTish Rite Masonry, and for this reason the statue is located on the forehead of the Baphomet street design just a few blocks south of the Masonic Temple.
The pentagram itself is bisected by 16th street going straight north and south to Scott Circle from the White House. This street represents a candle in the middle of the pentagram.
The top of the candle is Scott Circle. Directly above it as one continues north on 16th street we found 10 white statues of Venus in a row [pictured below]. These statues serve as the “wick” on the candle. A few blocks further north is the House of the Temple, the “Headquarters of the Supreme Council, 33rd degree, of the Scottish Rite of Freemasonry, Southern Jurisdiction, USA.” Built in 1911, they situated the temple to represent the fire or light on the wick of the candle.
The candle, with its wax body and fire, symbolizes the union of heaven and earth, spirit and matter. That is why Venus, the goddess of love, is represented by the wick on this candle. It manifests a sexual union between Venus (earth) and Mars (heaven). As the “wick,” she is the point of contact that attracts the god of heaven to the earth. Masonry tries to unite heaven and earth by spiritual forces that are controlled by the flesh and by the fleshly will of man. This is "senseless" and "stupid," as Scripture says.
And so we saw that Scott Circle is really the most important of the points on the pentagram, although it is not one of the five points, but is actually the juncture between the two upper points. Care has been taken to downplay its importance, but the Lord exposed its importance to us.
The Grand Commander of Scottish Rite Masonry in the 1800’s, Albert Pike, calls Masonry the “successor of the Mysteries” in his book, Morals and Dogma, page 22. On page 23 he writes,
“Though Masonry is identical with the ancient Mysteries, it is so only in this qualified sense: that it presents but an imperfect image of their brilliancy, the ruins only of their grandeur, and a system that has experienced progressive alterations, the fruits of social events, political circumstances, and the ambitious imbecility of its improvers.”
In other words, Masonry tries hard to imitate the Egyptian Mystery religion, and they only regret that they fall short of its “brilliancy.” The Bible, of course, has much to say about the Egyptian religion, and by no stretch of the imagination does it promote it as a true religion.
The Tabernacles Conference in 2004
In the painting of Baphomet by Eliphas Levi, the caduceus is portrayed in the beast’s groin area. (See the picture in Part 1.) Here, then, is the connecting link between the god of Masonry and the medical-drug system. The two come together in the Shriners Hospitals, the primary philanthropic medical arm of the Masonic Order. Masons can always point to these when the Order itself comes under criticism, as if doing good compensates for the worship of Baphomet.
We were led to hold our 2004 Tabernacles conference at the Holiday Inn at the huge medical center in Houston, Texas. It happened that a friend of mine from Houston wanted to host the conference, and since his wife worked at the medical center, the conference was easily arranged. It was easy to see that we were led to meet there in order to pray-decree the overthrow of Baphomet’s fleshly dominance over the medical and pharmaceutical industry and replace it by the work of the Overcoming Flesh Angel.
During the Feast of Tabernacles of 2004 the Vioxx scandal hit the news. On September 30, 2004, the first day of the feast of Tabernacles, Pharmaceutical giant, Merck, was forced to recall its lucrative drug, Vioxx, in the midst of scandal. The next day our conference in Houston began, lasting from October 1-3, 2004. Two weeks later, British correspondent Rosie Murray-West wrote about the scandal in The Telegraph on October 15, 2004,
“The pharmaceutical industry routinely bribes doctors and ‘ghostwrites’ articles about drugs in major medical journals, MPs were told yesterday.
“Professor David Healy, of the Universityof Wales, told the Commons health select committee that as many as half the articles published in journals such as the British Medical Journal and The Lancet were written by members of the industry who had a vested interest in selling the drugs involved.
“Respected clinicians were then paid to have their names put at the top of the articles, he claimed, even though they had not seen the raw data on which they were based. . .
“He said he had been asked to put his name to an article, but had not done so. He then saw the same article bearing the name of Siegfried Kasper, from the Department of General Psychiatry at the University of Vienna. . .
“The pharmaceutical industry is reeling from the recent withdrawal of the rheumatoid arthritis drug, Vioxx, and widespread concerns over the anti-depressant Seroxat being prescribed for children.”
I believe that this exposure, which sent the pharmaceutical industry “reeling,” was a sign of divine judgment upon this aspect of Baphomet’s rule in Washington D.C. A few days after the Houston conference, on October 6, 2004, the seventh day of Tabernacles, we poured the bowl of wine at the foot of the statue of General Scott in Washington D.C.