July 13, 2008

Freemason North American Union Pyramids In Princeton, West Virginia



The West Virginia Tourist Information Center has three pyramid shaped sections. Inside hosts tourist information and West Virginia products. Also on the grounds is a nice Vietnam memorial.

Manly P. Hall, 33 degree Freemason acclaimed as the twentieth century's greatest Masonic scholar, wrote in his book, The Secret Destiny Of America, that architecture plays a key role in the alchemy of human control. Indeed, says Hall, as far as the secret societies and their hidden lord are concerned, architecture is "the chosen instrument for the perpetuation of the Grand Design - the building of the perfect world." Source: Texe Marrs

North American Union Pyramids, erected in Princeton, West Virginia, in 1995 - ten years before President George W. Bush signed a pact with the leaders of Mexico and Canada to forge a North American Union. Notice there are three pyramids and three flags - those of Mexico, USA and Canada. Source: Texe Marrs

3 comments:

amanda said...

Random connections to the Freemasonry are always interesting to me. I work at Concord, built by those sneaky bastards, and have been interested in them for sometime. I was wondering if you had any other localized occult knowledge, there is something I'm trying to look into and could use a bit of assistance on. my myspace is Lone Ferret of the Apocolypse. Hope to hear from you.

Someone said...

Interesting.
I couldn't find it online, where's the source for the quote, since I have the book referenced and couldn't find the quote.
I also couldn't find a source for Freemasons constructing the building.

Willie Matney said...

Please cite a scholarly source, that states that "Manly P. Hall, 33 degree Freemason [was] acclaimed as the twentieth century's greatest Masonic scholar".