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Schiehallion – Mount Zion in the far north

Schiehallion (Fairy Hill of the Caledonians) “There was evidently a mythological mountain in the far north where the gods held their assembly” The Mountain of Heredom In the writings of the Chevalier de Berage, first published in 1747, on the origins of Freemasonry, he states: “Their Metropolitan Lodge is situated on the Mountain of Heredom… Continue reading Schiehallion – Mount Zion in the far north

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D5 – Funding the DS globalists Pt. 1

http://www.d5coalition.org/ Ever wonder who pays the Diverse people who read to our children at libraries? In hospitals? At daycare? Summer camp? We are excited to announce that D5’s final State of the Work, an annual report on the progress the field has made in advancing DEI, is out. The report features stories about leaders in… Continue reading D5 – Funding the DS globalists Pt. 1

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Statue of liberty – boule connection

The Statue of Liberty was created to celebrate freed slaves, not immigrants, its new museum recounts Lady Liberty was inspired by the end of the Civil War and emancipation. The connection to immigration came later. Gillian Brockell May 23 The new Statue of Liberty Museum in New York Harbor boasts a number of treasures: the… Continue reading Statue of liberty – boule connection