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JAH-BUL-ON: The True god of Freemasonry

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JAH-BUL-ON




This Judaeo-Masonic name for the 'Masonic Christ' is derived from 4 different languages:



CHALDAEA - (JAH)
This is the Chaldaean name for the Masonic god; signifying that ‘his essence and majesty is incomprehensible.'









HEBREW - (JAH) 
This is a Hebrew word signifying ‘I am and shall be’, thereby expressing the actual essence, future, and eternal existence of (TMH) The Most High.














SYRIAC - (BUL) 
This is a Syriac word denoting Lord, or Powerful, it is in itself a compound word, being formed from the preposition Beth, in or on, and UL, Heaven or on High.









EGYPTIAN - (ON)
This is an Egyptian word signifying 'Father of All', as in that well known prayer, Our Father, which art in Heaven. The various significations of the word may thus be collected: I am and shall be; Lord in Heaven or on High.’


















Be very sure... what is done in the dark shall come to the light. ~JB3






Spiritual Phenomena

Confirmed Mother-Ship: Jerusalem (2011)



Just think about this statement for the next 30 seconds:

It would be extremely small-minded for mankind to ever think that within this vast, and not so distant universe, that we are the only intelligent life inhabiting the entire universe. 

Now we are going to ask you this:

If you are yet a staunch skeptic, what makes you so positive that 'we' are the only intelligent beings dwelling within the known and unknown universe?

We challenge you to break out of your proverbial boxes; and just allow your mind to open up to maybe we are are not alone; maybe the 'powers that be' have been spending billions of dollars to keep something away from us that sits right in front of our faces?  

Shalom,
~JB3






39 All flesh is not the same flesh: but there is one kind of flesh of men, another flesh of beasts, another of fishes, and another of birds.

40 There are also CELESTIAL bodies, and bodies TERRESTRIAL: but the glory of the celestial is one, and the glory of the terrestrial is another.

41 There is one glory of the sun, and another glory of the moon, and another glory of the stars: for one star differeth from another star in glory.

1st Corinthians 15:39-41
Authorized King James Version Bible
'Cambridge Edition'

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