The Intervention by the Masonic RosicrucianIlluminati

In 1934, Secretary of Agriculture, soon-to-be Vice-President (1940-44) and 32nd degree freemason Henry Wallace submitted a proposal to the president to mint a coin depicting the seal's obverse and reverse. President Franklin D Roosevelt, also a 32nd degree freemason, liked the idea but opted to instead place it on the dollar bill. According to Henry Wallace, in a letter dated February 6, 1951, the Latin phrase Novus Ordo Seclorum impressed me as meaning the New Deal of the Ages. Roosevelt as he...

References

Marilyn Ferguson, The Aquarian Conspiracy (Los Angeles J.P. Archer, 1980), p.19. 2. Paul Ghalioungui, The House of Life Magic and Medica' Science in Ancient Egypt (New York Schram Enterprises, 1974). 3. Arnold Toynbee, A Study of History (New York Oxford University Press, 1935). 4. Martin Green, Children of the Sun A Narrative of Decadence in England after 1918 (New York Basic Books, 1976). 5. See Ronald William Clark, The Huxleys (New York McGraw-Hill, 1968). 6. H.G. Wells, Anticipations of...

Changing Images

Now, fifteen years later, with nearly an entire generation of American youth submerged in the drugs that flooded the nation's campuses, the Aquarian Conspiracy's Marilyn Ferguson is able to write There are legions of Aquarian conspirators. They are in corporations, universities, and hospitals, on the faculties of public schools, in factories and doctors' offices, in state and federal agencies, on city councils, and the White House staff, in state legislatures, in volunteer organizations, in...

The Vietnam War and the Anti Vietnam War Trap

But without the Vietnam War and the anti-war movement, the Isis cult would have been contained to a fringe phenomenon -- no bigger than the beatnik cult of the 1950s that was an outgrowth of the early Huxley ventures in California. The Vietnam War created the climate of moral despair that opened America's youth to drugs. Under Kennedy, American military involvement in Vietnam -- which had been vetoed by the Eisenhower administration -- was initiated on a limited scale. Under Lyndon Johnson,...

The Aquarian Conspiracy

Executive Intelligence Review www.LaRouchePub.com In the spring of 1980, a book appeared called The Aquarian Conspiracy that put itself forward as a manifesto of the counterculture. Defining the counterculture as the conscious embracing of irrationality -- from rock and drugs to biofeedback, meditation, consciousness-raising, yoga, mountain climbing, group therapy, and psychodrama. The Aquarian Conspiracy declares that it is now time for the 15 million Americans involved in the counterculture...

LSD Visitation from the Gods

Ironically, writes Ferguson, the introduction of major psychedelics like LSD, in the 1960s, was largely attributable to the Central Intelligence Agency's investigation into the substances for possible military use. Experiments on more than eighty college campuses, under various CIA code names, unintentionally popularized LSD. Thousands of graduate students served as guinea pigs. Soon they were synthesizing their own 'acid.' 9 The CIA operation was code named MK-Ultra, its result was not...

The Temple Room

As we enter the Temple Room, the exultant sound of the great organ blends with the light to lead us onward until we enter the Temple Room itself. The Temple Room is a delight to the eye as well as to the spirit. Walls, soaring upward, seem to expand rather than to enclose the room. The furniture is made of Russian Walnut, with brown pigskin upholstery enriched by a tooled laurel leaf pattern in black and gold. The floor is polished marble mosaic tens of thousands of tiny cubes, each laid by...

How The Sphinx Came To Washington

Aurum Solis Temple

Fox, Past Grand Historian and Grand Archivist As a historian and the son of a historian, much of my formative inspiration and training occurred naturally at home, long before graduate school. There, almost nightly at the dinner table, my father apprised us by example and Sometimes, they electrified the past into life, so as to instill an educated passion for history among imaginative students or readers. Other times, when historians failed to kindle even a weak spark, they had to...