The NUGGET is the following excerpt. The entire article follows.the article in its entirety. The graphics are excellent ... the best I've seen of the temple ...and are well worth viewing.MAranatha,Bob"Edward, the Duke of Kent is now the GrandLord Northampton who has been the Pro GrandMaster of UGLE from 2001-2008 was noted forbeing atop the Temple Mount in Jerusalemconducting "Temple studies,". He had candidlyadmitted in interviews, that he was an adherent ofBritish Israelism, which holds that the Britisholigarchy has mystical powers, because Englandwas colonized by one of the lost tribes of Israel."I think the tradition of the Kabbalah is very strong inEngland, because I think one of the lost tribes came toEngland. And I think you can spot them, quite clearly, in oldEnglish families. I am sure you can. I know they came toIreland, then to the north of Wales, and then down intoEngland. And then that became some of the oldest familieswe havePPP.so I think that America and England got theTwo Lost Tribes, and that is why they then, in a veryintellectual Jewish way, started to run the world!”"-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
“The Number one weekly report whichprovides concrete evidence of a New WorldOrder & One World Government agenda”
This is a FREE report. Please pass this on toothers who you may feel would benefit from thisinformation. Web site owners please feel free togive this away to your site visitors or email lists
Not yet on our mailing list? Then visit the website link below and sign up to ensure you don'tmiss out on these free weekly reports
Welcome to the Global Watch Weekly ReportSince AD 70 when a rebel faction inside the Roman army disobeyed orders and destroyed the HolyTemple, the Jews have been without their central place of worship. A sole remaining Temple Mountretaining wall, the Western “Wailing” Wall, has been serving as Judaism's most sacred site in placeof the Temple.For some Christians, the absence of Jewish Temple on the Temple Mount is far from a problem. Itis just as it should be, to them. After all, that's a relic of the Old Covenant. Jesus said somethingabout him being the temple (John 2:21) and didn't Paul say that the church is the temple now (1Co3:16)? Given those perceptions, most Christians are not expecting another temple to be built orperhaps for God to ever allow it. Especially—God forbid—one with renewed animal sacrifices thatChristians imagine as an affront to Jesus' one sacrifice for all time.Other Christians, especially those who are deeply committed to “futurist” Bible Prophecy believethat scriptures demands that a third temple be rebuilt before the second coming of Christ.And for Jews, both religious and secular, the Holy Temple not only makes sense, a large segmentof the population desire it. In a recent survey, one third of secular Jews and 43% of religious Jewswere in favor of construction on the Temple Mount. What's more, there is real progress towardsmaking it happen. The Temple Institute and dozens of other organizations are preparing for a ThirdTemple. They are making the priestly vestments, reconstructing the Temple's past ceremonialobjects and furnishings (including the 200 pound golden seven branch menorah) as well aspreparing for, yes, a renewal of animal sacrifices.To make matters more complex it is no secret that freemasons worldwide are also committed to therebuilding of Solomon’s Temple on the temple mount in Jerusalem and have made significantfinancial contributions to the excavation research under and around the temple mount.This weeks edition of the Global Watch Weekly takes a look at the importance of Solomon’s templefrom a historical and future perspective.EnjoyRema Marketing Team
KING SOLOMONS TEMPLE: THE FIRSTWhen Saul died in about 1010 BC, David becamethe King of Judah and seven or eight years laterhe was anointed King over all Israel. After Davidhad consolidated his power and built a permanentresidence for himself, the lack of a shrine ofYahweh seemed invidious to him. He said:“I dwell in a house of cedar, but the Ark of God dwellethwithin curtains”.Because his hands were stained with the blood ofhis enemies, David was precluded from building atemple to the Lord, but he collected materials,gathered treasure and purchased a site for theconstruction.The site chosen was the threshing-floor ofAraunah the Jebusite, within the area now calledHaramesh-Sherif on Mount Moriah on the eastside of the “Old City” of Jerusalem. Whilst theprecise location of the first temple is not known itis believed that the highest part of the rock, nowcovered by the mosque known as the “Dome ofthe Rock”, almost certainly was the position of theHoly of Holies.Jewish tradition relates that a secret vault wasconstructed beneath the temple, in whichconfidential meetings could be held and all sacredtreasures and documents could be stored. Such avault also features in masonic tradition and is akey element in several of its ceremonies. Theconstruction of such a vault under ecclesiasticaland other buildings of importance was common inancient times and virtually became an essentialelement in medieval times.Recent seismological surveys indicate that thereprobably is a cavern beneath the mosque, butexcavations to confirm the existence of thetraditional vault are precluded at present.King Solomon commenced construction of thetemple in the fourth year of his reign andcompleted it seven years later, in about 950 BCE.To facilitate the work he entered into a treaty withHiram, King of Tyre, whereby Hiram would permitSolomon to obtain cedar and cypress wood andblocks of stone from Lebanon.Furthermore, Solomon's workmen would bepermitted to fell the timber and to quarry and hewthe stones under the direction of Hiram's skilledworkmen. In addition, Solomon was provided withthe services of a skilful Tyrian artisan namedHuram, to take charge of the castings and of thefabrication of the more valuable furniture andfurnishings of the temple.In return for all of the services to be provided byHiram, Solomon agreed to send to him every year4,400,000 litres of crushed wheat and 4,400,000litres of barley, as well as 440,000 litres of wineand 440,000 litres of oil. Solomon raised a levy offorced labour out of all Israel, totalling 30,000men, which he sent to Lebanon in relays of10,000 a month.Adoniram, who had been an officer of King Davidin charge of labour gangs, continued under KingSolomon and was placed in charge of the levy
KING SOLOMON’S TEMPLEKING SOLOMON’S TEMPLEworking in Lebanon. Some thirty years after thecompletion of the temple, when Rehoboam sentAdoniram to force the collection of taxes, theexasperated populace rebelled and stonedAdoniram to death.King Solomon’s temple was a prefabricatedbuilding oriented due east to west. It wasconstructed of accurately shaped blocks oflimestone that were quarried and dressed in ornear Jerusalem and assembled without mortar.The temple had a single entrance at the easternend, accessed through an uncovered porch. Theporch or ulam was 10 cubits in length along theaxis of the temple and 20 cubits wide. Lookingtowards the east from inside, the porch wasfronted by two great pillars or columns. The pillaron the right or south side was called “Jachin” andthe pillar on the left or north side was called“Boaz”.All of the timber used in the temple came from theforests of Lebanon. The temple had olive wooddoors and was lined with cedar wood, ornatelycarved and inlaid with gold. The compartments ofthe Tabernacle were replicated in King Solomon'stemple, but they were twice as large. The porchgave entrance into the Holy Place or hekhal,which was 40 cubits long, 20 cubits wide and 30cubits high, lit by latticed windows near theceiling. This hall was accessible only to priestsand was used for daily worship, for religious ritualand for the presentation of offerings.The Holy of Holies or debir was at western end ofthe building. It was a perfect cube of 20 cubitsand set on a podium to maintain the same ceilingline as that in the Holy Place. There were nowindows in the Holy of Holies, which received itslight only through the doorway from the HolyPlace when the curtains were open. The Holy ofHolies was accessible only to the high priest,probably only once a year for the atonementceremony.The whole structure was on a platform about 2metres higher than the upper or inner court thatsurrounded it, which was reached by ascendingten steps. This inner court was raised above thesurrounding great or outer court, which wasreached by ascending eight steps. The outercourt was raised above the surroundings and wasreached by ascending seven steps Each of thesecourts was enclosed by walls comprising threerows of hewn stone, surmounted by a row ofcedar beams. In the upper or inner court, as inthe court of the Tabernacle, there was a brazenaltar of burnt offering, a brazen sea and tenbrazen lavers for use by the priests in theirablutions and for ceremonial purification.Although smaller than any Egyptian temple, KingSolomon’s temple was a magnificent edifice thatsurpassed any preceding temples. It was notedfor the lavish beauty of its detail and opulence ofits furnishings, rather than for its size. Nostonework was visible inside, because thecompartments were ceiled and panelled withcedar wood and the floors were planked withcypress. The Holy Place was accessed at theeastern end through double folding doors ofcypress wood, each divided into upper and lowersections. At the western end of the Holy Placedouble doors of olive wood gave access to theHoly of Holies. The walls and doors were carvedwith palm trees, garlands, opening flowers andcherubim, all richly inlaid with gold.The furnishings of the Holy Place included analtar of incense and twelve tables for the loavesof shewbread, as well as ten “menorah” or goldenseven-branched lampstands, often calledlampsticks. Inside the Holy of Holies twocherubim that stood 10 cubits high, were carvedfrom olive wood and overlaid with gold tosymbolise the majestic presence of God. Thecherubim stood in a brooding attitude withoutstretched wings, so that the tips of theiradjacent wings touched above the Ark of theCovenant in the middle of the apartment and thetips of the two outer wings touched the north andsouth walls.The Ark of the Covenant was made of shittim oracacia wood, overlaid with pure gold inside andoutside. It contained the two tables of stone onwhich the Ten Commandments were engraved,defining the terms of God's covenant with Israel.
KING SOLOMON’S TEMPLETHE REBULDING OF THE SECOND TEMPLEAncient temples usually served as statetreasuries, which were filled with the booty ofconquests or emptied to pay tribute to overlords,as the power of the land waxed and waned. KingSolomon's temple was no exception. Shishak, theLibyan prince who founded Egypt’s XXIIndDynasty as the Pharaoh Sheshonq I and reignedfrom 945-924 BC, raided the temple when KingSolomon’s son Rehoboam was in power, takingall the treasure King Solomon had accumulated.Later kings, including even Hezekiah whoadorned the temple, used the treasures topurchase the favour of allies or to pay tribute andbuy off invaders. Then followed idolatrous kingswho desecrated the temple and allowed it to fallinto decay. By the time of Josiah, three centuriesafter it was built, the temple was in need ofconsiderable repair, which had to be financed bycontributions from the worshippers.Finally Nebuchadnezzar sacked and looted thetemple in 587 BC, when he destroyed Jerusalem.The deportation of the Hebrews into Babylonishcaptivity began in 722 BC, when the AssyrianKing Tiglath-pileser captured Damascus,abolished the monarchy and detached thenorthern and eastern regions of Israel, which hemade into Assyrian provinces. It continued whenTiglath-pileser imprisoned the last king of Israel,Hoshea, in 721 BC after a three-year siege of hiscapital Samaria.The captivity continued spasmodically untilcompleted by Nebuchadnezzar a few years afterhe had destroyed Jerusalem. Ezekiel, who wascaptured in 597 BC and deported to Babylon withJehoiachin, became an important Hebrewprophet during the Exile.Cyrus came to the throne of Anshan, an Elamiteregion, in about 559 BC and clashed with aMedian king. Cyrus captured the walled city ofEcbatana (the modern Hamadan) when theMedian army rebelled, as a result of which thePersians were then in the ascendancy. Cyrusrapidly extended his conquests, defeatingCroesus the king of Lydia about 546 BC andconquering Babylon in 539 BC. Thus Cyrusestablished the vast Persian Empire, which helddominion over Judea as a province for the nexttwo centuries. Cyrus established his capital atPasargadae in the land of Parsa, from where heruled until his death in 530 BC. In 538 BC Cyrusissued the following decree, releasing the Jewswho were in exile in Babylon:“Thus saith Cyrus King of Persia, all the kingdoms of theearth hath Jehovah, the God of heaven, given me; and hehath charged me to build him a house in Jerusalem, whichis in Judah. Whosoever there is among you of all hispeople, his God be with him and let him go to Jerusalem . .. and build the house of Jehovah . . .”In total about 42,360 Israelites returnedprogressively to Jerusalem, under the leadershipof Sheshbazzar or Zerubbabel in 535 BC, underEzra in 458 BC and under Nehemiah in 445 BC.The first small band that returned to Jerusalemsoon began rebuilding the temple, under Jeshuaas the high priest and Zerubbabel as thegovernor. Their meagre resources and the manydifficulties they encountered delayed completionof the temple until 515 BC.Indeed, the temple was only completed thenbecause of the efforts of the prophets Haggai andZechariah, who urged the work on in the laterstages. No accurate description of the secondtemple exists, but the layout appears to havebeen similar to that of the first temple with theheight increased to 60 cubits. However it wasmuch less ornate than King Solomon’s temple,lacking the sumptuous finishes and only scantilyfurnished. So far as is known the second temple,like the tabernacle of Israel, had only a curtain atthe entrance to the Holy Place, one menorah, onetable of shewbread and a golden altar of incense.When Nebuchadnezzar sacked Jerusalem in 587BCE the Ark of the Covenant was destroyed.Nevertheless the second temple, usually referredto as Zerubbabel's temple, survived for almost500 years, which was much longer than any othertemple at Jerusalem. The Roman generalPompey took the temple when he capturedJerusalem in 63 BC, but did not harm it.KING SOLOMON’S TEMPLEA THIRD TEMPLE: HEART OF PROPHECYBelief in a rebuilt third Jewish temple lies at theheart of the controversy concerning the claim toexclusive Jewish sovereignty over Jerusalem aswell as the expansion of the borders of Israel toinclude not only the Palestinian Territories but,based on the literal fulfilment of Genesis 15:18,most of the Middle East from Egypt to theEuphrates.Contemporary prophecy researchers who havewritten on the rebuilding of a Jewish Templeinclude Thomas Ice and Randall Price, GrantJeffrey, Hal Lindsey, Tim LaHaye and Dave Hunt.Their combined published book sales exceed 70million in more than 50 languages. Their viewsare therefore influential and cannot be dismissedas marginal or esoteric. They are endorsed bysome of the largest theological colleges andmissionary institutions as well as a significantproportion of evangelical, Charismatic,Pentecostal and fundamentalist Christians world-wide. Grace Halsell speculates that 10% ofAmericans support this movement.Other researchers including James DeLoach,Terry Risenhoover and Doug Kreiger have alsobeen influential in gathering significant Americanfinancial and political support for Jewishorganisations such as Gush Emunim and theTemple Mount Faithful. Christian and JewishZionists are united in the conviction that theMuslim Dome of the Rock must be destroyed, thethird Jewish Temple built, priests consecratedand sacrifices reinstituted in fulfilment of biblicalprophecy and to ensure the coming of Messiah.The great scholar the late John F. WalvoordstatesSomething is happening in Israel! For many years therehas been speculation as to whether the Second Temple,destroyed in 70 AD, will ever be rebuilt - even thoughScripture predicts it. Now you can read the startlingevidence. The move is already underway. Thisfascinating, fast-moving overview of contemporary eventsshows why the Temple is significant in Bible prophecyand how, more than ever, Israel is ready to rebuild. "Amasterpiece presenting all the various views withsubstantiating evidence... A mine of information for thoseconcerned about prophecy... A solid basis for faith andwhat can actually be expected in regard to the rebuilding ofthe Temple... (it) is highly recommended." - John F.WalvoordHal Lindsey suggests that a Jewish Temple couldbe built alongside the Muslim shrine and become'the greatest tourist attraction in the world'.But lets think even more practically. Not only would theTemple become a unifying force for Israel's diverse andpluralistic society, it would also, without doubt, become thegreatest tourist attraction in the world. Its basic economics.Imagine what a new Temple would do for the Israelieconomy, which relies so heavily on tourism. The Templewould also serve to attract more Jews from all over theworld- and... The Bible tells us that eventually all of thedispersed will return to their homeland. The Temple wouldserve as a kind of spiritual magnet. This, too, would fit intothe prophetic scenario, which indicates that Israel isdestined to play a major role in the world and experiencevast wealth, power and prestige in the last days.”In his earlier writings Lindsey stated that thedispute to trigger the war of Armageddon willarise between the Arabs and Israelis over theTemple Mount and Old Jerusalem (Zechariah12:2-3), the most contested and strategic piece ofreal estate in the world.The biblical support for a coming rebuilding of thetemple before the second coming of Christresides within a number of scriptural passages .Daniel 9:27 makes reference to a comingAntichrist who will halt the tradition of Jewishsacrifices and oblations. Jesus also talked aboutthe abomination of desolation during the endtimes which is in reference to an act of blasphemytaking place in a Jewish temple. This hashappened only once before in Jewish history withthe Syrian leader “Antiochus IV Epiphanes”erecting a statue of Zeus in the temple.KING SOLOMON’S TEMPLEFREEMASONS AND THE TEMPLEThe crusading Templars and the Knights of St.John were dedicated to rebuilding Solomon'sTemple, and so today are the Freemasons whoare the on going lineage of the Knights Templars.Rebuilding the Temple is not just a constructionwork but an ideal symbol, corresponding to theHoly Grail, a symbol of Paradise Again on Earth.In the days of Solomon and while the Temple wasstill intact, the tribes of Israel were prosperousand high-spirited and lived harmoniously in astate of perfect order, as if under divinegovernance. All this was a product of the templeand the cycle of rituals performed in and aroundit. When the Temple was destroyed, they say, theworld fell into disorder and nothing has ever goneright since.Legends of the Temple according to freemasonrydescribe it as the instrument of a mystical, priestlyscience, a form of alchemy by which oppositelycharged elements in the earth and atmospherewere brought together and ritually married. Theproduct of their union was a spirit that blessedand sanctified the people of Israel. In the Holy ofHolies dwelt the Shekinah, the native goddess ofthe land of Israel.It was her marriage chamber, entered at certainseasons by the bridegroom. His name was theGlory of the God of Israel, and he came from theeast, from over the Mount of Olives. Hepenetrated the Holy of Holies (I Kings, 8, 10-11),and in Ezekiel, 43 is a description of his coming.
According to the Masonic legend, Hiram Abiff wasa man of Tyre, the son of a widow, and the chiefarchitect of the Temple built by King Solomon.The book, The Great Light in Masonry states,“Hiram Abiff, Masonry teaches, was the only one on Earthwho knew ‘the secrets of a Master Mason,’ including themost important secret of all, the ‘Grand Masonic Word,’ thename of God (the ‘ineffable name’). This Hiram hadpromised to reveal the ‘secrets of a Master Mason,’including the name of God (‘Grand Masonic Word’), uponcompletion of the Temple, and to make the workmenMaster Masons, able then to go out on their own asmasters (they were, as yet, only ‘fellowcraft’ Masons). Oneday Hiram went, as was his custom, into the unfinishedHoly of Holies at noon (‘High Twelve’) to worship and todraw up the work plans (on his ‘trestleboard’) for theworkmen to follow the next day....As Hiram was leaving theTemple he was accosted by three ‘ruffians,’ in succession,who demanded that they be given the secrets immediately(without waiting for the Temple to be completed). He washandled roughly by the first ruffian (Jubela), but escaped.Accosted and handled roughly by the second ruffian(Jubelo), he again refused to divulge the secrets and againescaped. The third ruffian (Jubelum) then accosted himand, when Hiram again refused to divulge the secrets, killedhim with a blow to the forehead with a setting maul. Thebody was hastily concealed under some rubbish in theTemple until midnight (‘low twelve’) when it was taken outto the brow of a hill and buried....”The author of the Foreword sheds some furtherlight upon the importance of Solomon's Temple."The traditions and romance of King Solomon's Temple areof great interest to everyone who reads the Bible. But theyare of transcendent importance to Masons. The Temple isthe outstanding symbol in Masonry, and the legendary storyof the building of the Temple is the fundamental basis of theMasonic rule and guide for conduct in life ... The cream ofMasonic historical and philosophical writing has beendrawn upon for his description of the Temple and itsrelation to Masonic ritual." [The Holy Bible: The Great LightIn Masonry", King James Version, Temple IllustratedEdition, A.J. Holman Company, 1968, Forward entitled,"
KING SOLOMON’S TEMPLEHowever, while Solomon's Temple is the symbolof mortal human life to the Master Mason, ahigher class of Masons ascribe a differentinterpretation to yet another Temple. Listen toMackey explain:"But there is a second and higher class of the Fraternity, theMasons of the Royal Arch, by whom this temple symbolismis still further developed. This second class, leaving theirearly symbolism, and looking beyond this Temple ofSolomon, find in Scriptural history another Temple, whichyears after the destruction of the first one, was erectedupon its ruins; and they have selected the second Temple,the Temple of Zerubbabel, as their prominent symbol. And,as the first class of Masons find in their Temple the symbolof mortal life, limited and perishable, they, on the contrary,see in this second Temple, built upon the foundations of thefirst, a symbol of life eternal, where the lost truth shall befound, where new incense shall arise from a new altar, andwhose perpetuity their great Master had promised when, inthe very spirit of symbolism, he exclaimed, 'Destroy thistemple, and in three days I will raise it up'."And so to these two classes or Orders of Masons thesymbolism of the Temple presents itself in a connected andcontinuous form. To the Master Mason, the Temple ofSolomon is the symbol of this life; to the Royal Arch Mason,the Temple of Zerubbabel is the symbol of the future life. Tothe former, his Temple is the symbol of the search for truth;to the latter, his is the symbol of the discovery of truth; andthus the circle is completed and the system made perfect."In the late 1800's, Masonic author and authority,Edward Waite, boldly stated that a secret plandoes exist within Freemasonry to "build yetanother temple at Jerusalem. The work to rebuildthe Jewish Temple in Jerusalem has to a largeextent been influenced by the following groups.THE UNITED GRAND LODGE OF ENGLANDThe United Grand Lodge of England is TheMother Lodge of worldwide Freemasonry. It wasformed by combining the two existing forms ofFreemasonry in 1813 (The Scottish Rite and theYork Rite). Members of the "Club of the Isles" fillthe uppermost ranks of the "United Grand Lodgeof England" (UGLE) the "mother lodge of worldfreemasonry." The entire Masonic hierarchy isbased on aristocratic rank and fortune.The first Grand Master was the Duke of Sussex.Edward, the Duke of Kent is now the GrandMaster of this lodge and therefore the worldwideking of Freemasonry.The Assistant Grand Master of UGLE is LordNorthampton, Spencer Douglas David Compton,the 7th Marquis of Northampton (he runs thecoordination and directs the plans to rebuild theTemple of Solomon in Jerusalem). a maternaldescendant of the Baring family, of British EastIndia Company notoriety. Lord Northampton -Spencer Douglas David Compton, born 1946. Hisgreat grandfather was William Bingham Baring,head of the Baring Bank, descended from FrancisBaring the chairman of the British East IndiaCompany.
Lord Northampton who has been the Pro GrandMaster of UGLE from 2001-2008 was noted forbeing atop the Temple Mount in Jerusalemconducting "Temple studies,". He had candidlyadmitted in interviews, that he was an adherent ofBritish Israelism, which holds that the Britisholigarchy has mystical powers, because Englandwas colonized by one of the lost tribes of Israel."I think the tradition of the Kabbalah is very strong inEngland, because I think one of the lost tribes came toEngland. And I think you can spot them, quite clearly, in oldEnglish families. I am sure you can. I know they came toIreland, then to the north of Wales, and then down intoEngland. And then that became some of the oldest familieswe havePPP.so I think that America and England got theTwo Lost Tribes, and that is why they then, in a veryintellectual Jewish way, started to run the world!”KING SOLOMON’S TEMPLEKING SOLOMON’S TEMPLETHE QUATUOR CORONATI LODGEThis lodge (QC) was founded as a specialresearch lodge by the Grand Master of UGLE, thePrince of Wales, later King Edward VII, in 1884.The QC Lodge was then officially chartered in1886. The inaugurating speech was entitled"Freemasonry as Seen in the Light of thekabbalah." The lodge was to focus on Palestine,the Kabbalah, establishing a Jewish homeland,and rebuilding Solomon's Temple.Sir Charles Warren was the first grand master ofthe QC Lodge. He was also the president of thePalestine Exploration Fund, and two decadesearlier had been the chief engineer for Britishexcavations of the Temple Mount. Sir WalterBesant was a founding member of QC and wasthe treasurer of the Palestine Exploration Fundunder Warren . Besant was the brother-in-law ofAnnie Besant, the president of the TheosophicalSociety after Helena Blavatsky.The Palestine Exploration Fund was founded in1865 with money from the British Crown, UGLE,and the Church of England. The eventcommemorating it's founding was chaired by theArchbishop of York who proclaimed that the HolyLand was, by divine right, English Property.
THE JERUSALEM LODGETwo weeks after the 1967 Six-Day War whichsaw Jerusalem and the Temple Mount broughtunder Israeli control, there occurred the greatestfreemasonic meeting in history in London,celebrating 250 years since the founding ofUGLE, at which the Duke of Kent was installed asthe new Grand Master.Shortly after, the QC Lodge dispatched amember, the Jewish physicist Dr. Asher Kaufman,to begin studies on the exact location of wherethe Temple originally stood. The Temple MountFaithful was also established at this time byStanley Goldfoot.In December of 1995, a month after YitzhakRabin was assassinated, the Jerusalem Lodgewas established adjacent to the Temple Mount inthe underground Grotto of King Solomon, to workfor the rebuilding of Solomon's Temple. The lodgeworked side by side with the on the groundnetworks of Jewish and Christian fundamentalistfanatics, to incite religious fervor over the controlof the Temple Mount.The Jerusalem Lodge was founded by the GrandMaster of Italian Regular Freemasonry, Giulianodi Bernardo, the right-hand man of LordNorthampton on the Temple Mount project. At theceremony launching the Jerusalem Lodge, DiBernardo declared,"The rebuilding of the Temple is at the center of ourstudies."In June 1996, Di Bernardo published an Italianedition of his book, Rebuilding the Temple, whichwas to be published in English by the QuatuorCoronati Lodge. In interviews, Di Bernardocandidly admitted that he has constructed anentire irrationalist "utopian" belief system,centered on the revival of Jewish Kabbalism andthe rebuilding of the Temple."A new utopia may be based on the Kabbalah. I see autopia based on Jewish mysticism, but Jewish mysticism asa place ... a material place, Solomon's Temple....”
KING SOLOMON’S TEMPLE