Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Exposing The Power Elite ◦ Dr Dennis Cuddy w/ Dr Stan Monteith 06.14.2013

By Dennis L. Cuddy, Ph.D.
September 17, 2012
The film series "National Treasure" begins with a young Ben Gates' grandfather telling him about a secret treasure found by the Knights Templar about 1000 years ago. He said it was brought to America by freemasons who "left us clues (on the back of the dollar bill) like these, the unfinished pyramid, the all-seeing eye, symbols of the Knights Templar, guardians of the treasure. They're speaking to us through these" regarding the location of the treasure here.

In the 11th century A.D., Hasan-i Sabbah became the founder and first grand master of the Assassins. According the a famous Ismaili story, he had gone to school with Omar Khayyam, who wrote: "Dear Love, Couldst thou and I with fate conspire To grasp this sorry scheme of things entire. Would we not shatter it to bits, and then Remould it nearer to the heart's desire!"

The last line of this later became the motto of the Fabian Socialists, as in their famous stained-glass window two of their leaders are seen about to shatter the world to bits upon an anvil.

In 1118, the Burgundian knight Hugues de Payens founded and became first grand master of the Order of the Temple (of Solomon), also referred to as the Knights Templar. They were modeled after the Assassins' attire in that the knights wore red crosses on a white background similar in color to Assassins' rafiqs, and they wore red caps and belts and white tunics.