Jesse James was an outlaw. He was murdered by his friend Robert Ford on April 3, 1882. He had absolutely nothing to do with buried treasure, knew no esoteric secrets and was never called anything remotely like James Lafayette Courtney. And he wasn’t connected with the Masons, and certainly hadread more

A secret chamber, which was hidden for 400 years and may have been used by early Masons, has just been discovered in the UK. The room is about 6 feet high, with 6 feet by 5 feet of floor space, and the walls are plastered with Masonic symbols (NOTE: Subscribers can still listen to this show). The room may have been used as an early form of Masonic lodge before Freemasonry was established in England in 1717.
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Before the Knights Templar even announced their formation to the pope, they traveled thousands of miles to Portugal where they created the first European nation-state. Why did they do this? Why did they build such strange buildings in Portugal as a church without doors? The church was used by them until the destruction of the order, when a door was added. So how did they get in and out? In his new book, the First Templar Nation, Freddy Silva explores these and other more

Three years ago, we posted this story, which, in light of this week’s Dreamland, is relevant all over again: “On August 30, 2004, at the GOP convention convened in New York City, no one except William Henry noticed that President George W. Bush accepted the Republican nomination while standing in the Seal of Atlantis combined with the early Christian symbol of the Messiah.”

What did our founding fathers REALLY believe? William Henry?s DVD A Nation Under God reveals the many Pagan symbols scattered around Washington, D.C. that us that our founding fathers were NOT Christians, but were disciples of sects with roots in pre-Christian paganism, such as Masonry, the Knights Templar, and the Rosicrucians!

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