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Rolling Stone Magazine Cover: Five Decades of Freemason Symbolism Exposed

Wednesday, October 12, 2016 17:40
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For 48 years or since 1967 Rolling Stone Magazine’ has been publishing on a bi-weekly basis since. I was recently given some old Rolling Stone Magazines and looked through them and discovered that they have been using Freemason symbolism as far back as 1977. I took pictures and made a video slide show presentation. You’ll be surprised at what I found. 

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  • i had acquaintances twenty or more years ago try to wake me up. even as a youth i knew certain things were not right. but it was not until three years ago that i began to really see. it is so sad. so very sad. i am now 56. grew up in a small mill town in north carolina near the peedee during the sixties. ended up in harsh northern new mexico. i really appreciate you ending it with Ali. in amongst a large crowd, there will be just one. even amongst a nation. i cannot believe it took me so long to change my voter registration. to think that i have supported this by voting. today, we have the internet to open our eyes, but it will soon be gone. no longer meriting the cost.

    fly like a butterfly. sting like a bee.

    • Thank you for sharing that. Swing over to my YouTube Channel and re-post this. My subs would appreciate reading your experience. God Bless. Mark @ Global Agenda.

  • I thought it was public knowledge? Fairynuff. You should check out some of the old record companies logos The acid era has it hardcore

    • Good one. I’ll watch it but I might be the rare few that already know exactly what your seeing. Agree 100

      • Agreed. Some of those old album covers are clearly ‘eyes wide shut’. The Masonic Triangle in the album Prism is a perfect example. Peace and thank you.

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