April 8, 2011
It was on his Friday, April 1, program, but it was no joke. Glenn Beck, who has announced he will leave Fox News, was blatantly wearing a masonic emblem over his grey sweater, quite a conspicuous clothing accessory.
Included in the imagery is a Mason’s compass, a skull, a scroll & pen, and a date that appears to be 1681 or 1682 (unclear), the first a possible reference to the year Freemason William Penn founded Philadelphia (later the first capital of the United States) and Pennsylvania, the second a possible reference to the founding of La Petite Resurrection des Templiers” a licentious society that was a spin off to Masonic circles in France. Their members supposedly “wore concealed upon their shirts a decoration in the form of a cross, on which was embossed the figure of a man trampling on a woman, who lay prostrate at his feet.”
Why would Beck choose this apparel? Is it an obscure reference to colonial founders or a tip-off that his allegiances lie with the secret society-elites who have long wielded power?
Image via FederalJack.com:
Beck wears the emblem during his broadcast, while hyping Islamophobia and wider mid-east war.
Glenn Beck has previously been seen sporting a Skull & Bones cummerbund, also a masonic symbol.
It is little different than Arnold Schwarzenegger, David de Rothschild and many others wearing such symbols while posing for magazines or other media– an act of flaunting their inclusion in elite circles and secret societies over the ignorant public who are not meant to understand.