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  • John Quincy Adams Letters And Addresses On Freemasonry 1875

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    This Book Shows How Corrupt Freemasons Can Be Within Society, And Your Courts Back In 1875

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    There Still Not Guilty For Anything Up To 2020 Niether
    Sadly Even Today The Profane Believes That


    John Quincy Adams Letters And Addresses On Freemasonry 1875

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    This work is the rare 1875 Edition, It is one of the first Anti Masonic Works widely read.

    The report of the committee proceeds to state that the members of the grand lodge of Vermont, and other Masons in the state, to the number of nearly two hundred, published,in 1829, an appeal declaring that they as Masons had been charged
    1.
    With being accessory to the abduction of William Morgan.
    2.
    With shielding Masons from just punishment for crimes they might have committed.
    3.
    With exercising a Masonic influence over legislative, executive, and judiciary branches of the government.
    4.
    With tampering with juries.
    5.
    With exerting an improper influence for the political preferment of the brotherhood.
    6.
    With various blasphemous practices.
    7.

    With causing the death of a distinguished Mason.
    8.
    With sanctioning principles at variance with religion and virtue.
    9.
    With the assumption of a power to judge individual Masons by laws known only to the fraternity, and to inflict punishments corporally, even unto the pains of death. Of each and all of these charges they affirm in the most solemn manner that they were entirely guiltless.

    A Founding Father that WASN'T a Freemason.

    John Quincy Adams, sixth President of the United States, was a determined opponent of the secret society and fraternity of Freemasonry, the Masonic Lodge.
    The question of Freemasonry and the controversy over its character has long been debated. But for John Quincy Adams, writer, poet, faithful husband, patriot, former Ambassador and Secretary of State, and President, there was no question.
    The teachings and practices of the Lodge, Adams asserted, are detrimental, noxious, and unfortunate. John Quincy Adams was persuaded that the Masonic Lodges were a bane to society, evil, and Luciferian.

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