Illuminati; but we didn’t realize that includes sports.
The city of Toronto–and cities all across Canada– are buzzing about the post-season playoff run for the Toronto Blue Jays baseball club. To be candid, I enjoy baseball–I like playing the game and I like watching the game.
But recently I’ve been catching the players using hand signs that stray from the usual baseball signals and instead reflect occultism–namely the triple-six hand sign so often seen in pop music and political speeches.
The invention of baseball is usually credited to Abner Doubleday in 1870. Doubleday was a United States Army officer and Union general in the American Civil War. After he retired, he became a prominent member of the Theosophical Society, an organization related to Freemasonry. There is no doubt that he had extensive knowledge of occult symbols, sacred geometry and numerology. (http://www.remnantradio.org/Archives/articles/Baseball/baseball.htm)
Is there an esoteric design to the game? I present some observations in the essay ‘The Masonic Origins of Baseball’ by Pilgrim, Remnant Resource Network (Ritual America: Secret Brotherhoods and their Influence on American Society, Feral House 2012)
“While almost all sports are played on rectangular fields or rinks, baseball is played on a peculiarly shaped field that contains figures considered ‘sacred geometry’ in Masonic teachings. The field bears an astonishing resemblance to the square and compass of Freemasonry. The field, from home plate to the left field and the right field walls forms a compass; the entire outfield wall is the semicircle that this compass draws. Upside down, overlapping this compass, the bases form the square. Thus, the baseball field is the emblem of Freemasonry.
This is what the Masonic Lodge of BC have to say about the compass and the square:
‘The square and compasses are the oldest, simplest, and most universal symbols of Masonry. All the world over, whether as a sign on a building, or a badge worn by a Brother, even the profane know them to be emblems of our ancient Craft.’
The numerology aspect of baseball is something to look at closely because it relates directly to the sacred numbers. You will notice that almost all numbers related to baseball are multiples or divisors of nine:
-three strikes/three outs
-nine fielding positions/nine innings
-twenty-seven outs per game
-eighty-one home games
-eighty-one games on the road
In Freemasonry, nine derives its value from its being the product of three multiplied into itself and, consequently, in Masonic language the number nine is always denoted by the expression three times three. For a similar reason, twenty-seven, which is three times nine, and eighty-one, with is nine times nine, are esteemed as sacred numbers in the advanced Degrees.”
These geometric and numerological remarks are intriguing and raise the specter of baseball games posing as mega-rituals. Certainly, the rallying fans pour their hearts and minds into the spectacle. Perhaps most disquieting is the prophetic Protocols of Zion that illustrate the purpose of sport fanaticism: ‘In order to distract people who may be too troublesome…we further distract them with amusements, games, pastimes, passions, people’s palaces…soon we shall begin through the press to propose competitions in art, in sport in all kinds: these interests will finally distract their minds from questions in which we should find ourselves compelled to oppose them. Growing more and more unaccustomed to reflect and form any opinions of their own, people will begin to talk in the same tone as we because we alone shall be offering them new directions for thought…of course through such persons as will not be suspected of solidarity with us. (Protocol 13)’
Sports offer many valuable lessons like ambition, camaraderie, and hard work. But let’s be honest: it’s in the domain of child’s play and serious men should dethrone sports from being the dominant occupation of their minds. This point is especially important if we consider the Masonic design and foretelling strategy outlined in the infamous Protocols.