Friday, June 1, 2018

The Mummers and their Masonic connection

I don't know how many of you are aware, but every year on New Year's Day, in Philadelphia, there's a major ritual celebration called The Mummers Parade.

According to Jewipedia, it traces back to the mid-17th century in Europe. Gee! What a coincidence. Europe was where modern Freemasonry began.

The following is an excerpt from Jewipedia:

The Mummers derive their name from the Mummers' plays performed in Philadelphia in the 18th century as part of a wide variety of working class street celebrations around Christmas. By the early 19th century, these coalesced with earlier Swedish customs, including the Christmas neighbor visits and possibly shooting firearms on New Year's Day (although this was common in other countries as well) as well as the Pennsylvania German custom of "belsnickling,"where adults in disguise questioned children about their behavior during the previous year.
U.S. President George Washington carried on the official custom of New Year's Day calls during the seven years he occupied President's House in Philadelphia. The Mummers continued their traditions of comic verse in exchange for cakes and ale. Small groups of up to twenty mummers, their faces blackened, went door to door, shooting and shouting, and adapting the English Mummer's play by replacing the character of "King George" with that of "General Washington."

We all know Washington was a 33rd degree Freemason, and it's funny how it seems to have started around Christmas. Remember Christmas is Saturnalia. Also, there's even a Fancy Brigade called Saturnalia. What are the odds?


 Parade=27 Ritual=27 Remember, all of these so-called "celebrations" are nothing but Masonic Rituals to dupe the gullible goyim.

The first "official" parade was held on January 1, 1901  191 is the 43rd prime. Masonic=43
Also, the date January 1st when written in number form is 1/1. There's an 11.

1+1+1+9+1=13  13 colonies. 13 stars on the original flag. 13 has a lot to do with the "founding" of this country.

There's a lot more info at the link below including a list of all the bands and brigades that perform. I'm sure if you did your own decoding you'll find a lot of masonic numbers.

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