Diane Gilbert (27 Apr 2014)
"Pastor Bob:  Stones for the 3rd Temple"


Pastor Bob, you wrote a most interesting post.  I am rather stunned that you say the stones for the 3rd Jewish temple were bought and paid for by the Freemasons, and they were cut in Bedford, Indiana.


You wrote:         


Months ago I reported the fact that  60,000 tons of Bedford, Indiana limestone was moved by railroad gondola cars from Bedford/Madison, Indiana to Kearney, NJ for "export" to Israel by ship.  The stones were bought and paid for by the Freemasonic "Grand Orient Lodge" of Boston, Mass.  Almost daily, for several months, between 3 and 8 railroad gondola cars passed through Pitcairn Yard, east of Pittsburgh, PA, with cut stones of various sizes and weights.  The cars were placarded "for Kearny, NJ, export to Israel". 


Make no mistake about it, there will be a "third" physical Temple.  I can personally attest to the existence of stones cut for the new Temple.  I saw them with my own eyes.


I am more than just a little bit puzzled by this.  What do the Freemasons have to do with a Jewish temple?  And why are stones for the temple coming from America?  Were there Jewish Rabbis on the site to oversee this operation?


Iím not knowledgeable on this subject, but Iím going to presume that every aspect of the reconstruction of the 3rd temple is precisely designed, down to the tiniest detail like the specific mollusk from a specific area that is used to produce the specific blue to dye the fringe on the priestsí robes used in the temple.  Therefore, I am going to assume that the limestone rock that is quarried to build the temple is very specific. It is impossible that Indiana stones were used in the previous 2 temples, so they must have come from somewhere in or near Israel.  [If memory serves me correctly, these stones cannot be hewn with any metal tools.]  Why are stones from Indiana, USA, being used in a Jewish temple?  And the connection with Freemasonry is more than my mind can grasp.


Please explain, Pastor Bob.


Thank you.


Diane Gilbert