Founding and history

The lodge was consecrated in 1929, shortly before the formation in 1929 of the second Labour Government. Its founding was reported in a number of national newspapers including the Daily Telegraph, and Sporting Life. It was created at the suggestion of the then Prince of Wales,afterwards King Edward VIII, who was concerned by the antagonism between Freemasonry and the British left,and the fact that a number of Labour MPs were blackballed when applying to join Masonic lodges. The New Welcome Lodge was intended to form a link between Freemasonry and the new governing party, and was open to Labour MPs and for employees of trade unions and the Labour party; its members included Labour’s deputy leader Arthur Greenwood. Hugh Dalton alleged that he had been approached to join the lodge, being told that the association was useful and that Greenwood (then deputy leader) was a member.

When the Parliamentary Labour Party was reduced in strength after its split at the 1929 general election over Ramsay MacDonald’s formation of the National Government, numbers were reduced, and in 1934 membership was opened to all men working in the Palace of Westminster. Sir Walter Liddall was the first Conservative MP to be initiated in the lodge in 1937. By 1940, MPs from the three main parties were in the lodge and, since the Second World War, the membership of the lodge has been chiefly drawn from the staff of the Palace of Westminster.

Herbert Dunnico was Master of the New Welcome Lodge in 1931.

In 1989, the lodge was the subject of a House of Commons motion put down by the Labour member Max Madden, who stated that it was then meeting five times a year atFreemasons’ Hall in London. In 1992 it was mentioned in parliament by Chris Mullin, who claimed that the members included Tony Baldry and Sir Gerard Vaughan.

Alleged influence on 1935 Labour Party leadership elections

Herbert Morrison claimed that he was denied the leadership of the Labour Party in the 1935 election by the votes of Labour MPs who were members of New Welcome Lodge.Morrison’s backer Hugh Dalton made similar claims, and went further than Morrison by claiming to have been shown the summons for the meeting at which the voting was decided.Dalton believed that the members of New Welcome Lodge backed Arthur Greenwood, who was a member of the lodge, and then backed Clement Attlee in order to block Morrison.


FREEMASONS and the Monarch

A single bloodline connects the royal families of Europe. They see themselves as an exclusive and superior breed – genetically, morally and intellectually. For centuries they have used wars, economic sabotage and extensive political intrigue to advance their cause. Now that a federal Europe is finally taking shape, they are anxious to extend their reach even further and create a New World Order. They are far closer to achieving this aim than most of us would imagine.

The groundwork was laid in the 17th century. By creating two global super-powers – first the British Empire and then the United States of America – they were able to mould large parts of the world in accordance with their totalitarian doctrine. Through their world-wide system of secret societies, business monopolies and family connections, as well as their stranglehold on the international banking system, they have been able to infiltrate the political structure of virtually every country in the world and install client or puppet regime of one kind or another.

Democracies do not impede their activities in any significant way since each democracy, whether large or small, is really a system of rotating puppets. In fact, democracies are often their preferred system of governance since they reinforce the illusion that a free and popular consensus is directing each country.

World empire by stealth

Using these invisible levers of power, the Elite have been able to play one country against another and bring about further change, all in conformity with their long-term plan to establish a One World Government. For example, they created the state of modern China by subjecting her various provinces to over one hundred years of drug trafficking, criminal intrigue, military invasion, widespread famine and civil war, with the result that today, after tens of millions of innocent people have been murdered, and many more imprisoned and tortured, they have an obedient serf economy which they are now using to destroy America.

Picture of George VI,

father of Queen Elizabeth II,

in Masonic regalia

Nearly half of American industry has been’ outsourced’ (given away) over the past 30 years, most of it to the totalitarian, Marxist police-state known as China. This enables the Elite to undercut wages in each sector to such a degree that American industry simply cannot compete. And when a nation can’t compete commercially with her principal rival and potential enemy, she is well on the road to destruction.

This paper is not about the coming collapse of the United States, or even the confederacy of super-rich families which control the world, but merely the religious affiliation of just one member of one super-rich family – Queen Elizabeth II of England. While this may seem a very modest topic by comparison, it actually sheds great deal of light on the Ruling Elite, their disturbing agenda, and their remarkable capacity for duplicity and deception.

The Queen as Supreme Governor of the Church of England

The Elite are not atheists or agnostics, as they often pretend. Neither are they Christian, as some of their most prominent members would have us believe. Rather, they are profoundly committed to the old religion. This is the ancient system of pantheism, Gnosticism and idolatry which rejects the LORD God of the Bible and is generally identified in the public mind with the worship of pagan deities. In short, the people who rule this world are not simply indifferent to Christianity, but reject it completely.

Officially, the Queen is a member of the Church of England, an Anglican convocation similar to the Lutheran church in Germany or the Episcopalian in the United States. She was baptized at five weeks by the Archbishop of York in Buckingham Palace on 26 May, 1926. Under British law, as reigning monarch, she is the Supreme Governor of the Church of England. All members of the British royal family are officially affiliated with the Anglican Church, but not one of them has ever been known to testify to the atoning power of the blood of Christ. Indeed, it is doubtful whether any influential member of the British ruling class is a Bible-believing Christian.

The Anglican Church is the official state religion or Established Church of England. Having been under the covert control of the ruling elite almost from its inception, it is the principal means by which true Christianity in England has been suppressed. Through its empty formalism and shallow doctrines, its seasonal ritual and genteel pageantry, it offers a comforting substitute for true Biblical Christianity. In order to keep the commoners and lower classes in thrall, the nobility themselves profess to be Anglican and participate in certain annual services.

Behind the scenes, however, the ruling elite have for centuries been freemasons, atheists or Unitarians. They all reject the deity of Christ. The Anglican church has long been primarily a system of social control whereby the rich and powerful maintain their privileged positions and at the same time imbue the masses with the mindless patriotism that is needed to run an Empire.

Paganism and the Royal Family

Prince Philip, the husband of Queen Elizabeth, was initiated into Freemasonry at Navy Lodge No 2612, London, on December 5, 1952:

“Present at the initiation were the Earl of Scarborough, grand master…and Geoffrey Fisher, archbishop of Canterbury. The lodge has many ties with the royal family as King Edward VII served as its first master in 1896 when he was Prince of Wales. King George VI…served as master when he was Duke of York. In 1928 H.R.H. Duke of Kent…was master and later became grand master of the Grand Lodge of England.” – William Denslow,10,000 Famous Freemasons, 1957.

There is more than enough information on record to prove beyond all doubt that the British royal family is not Christian but pagan. The Prince of Wales  – the Queen’s eldest son [Charles] – is a well-known advocate of New Age philosophy and paranormal science. Numerous members of the royal family down the years, including Queen Victoria, attended séances where professional mediums channeled ‘messages’ from demonic source. They have also availed routinely of the services of psychic healers and paranormal advisors. Prince Charles himself was counseled for many years by the shamanic fantasist, Laurens van der Post.

We will shortly demonstrate that the Queen too is a non-believer. Her membership of the Anglican church is immaterial. What matters is whether or not she openly professes that Jesus Christ is the Son of God and that she has accepted him into her heart as Lord and Savior. The evidence clearly shows that she has not.

It may seem strange that the official head of the Church of England is a not a Christian, but it is doubtful whether any senior cleric in the Church of England is a Christian. It is virtually impossible to advance into a position of influence in the English system of social-political control without being a Freemason, a Unitarian or someone who has otherwise demonstrated his or her rejection of both the deity of Christ and the authority of Scripture. There are bound to be exceptions, of course, but they are few and have little practical bearing on how the system operates.

For example, we have already noted that the Archbishop of Canterbury was present at the induction of Prince Philip into Freemasonry, while the current incumbent, Rowan Williams – like each of his predecessors during the 20th century – rejects the account of Creation given in the Bible, and has even expressed the view that it should not be taught in schools as an alternative to Evolution.

In Her Own Words

Instead of drawing on secondary sources or informed reports, we will confine ourselves to the Queen’s own words. Among the best primary sources of evidence about her real beliefs is the set of Christmas Messages that she has delivered annually since her coronation in 1952.

Given that these messages are delivered on a major feast day in the Christian calendar, by a professing Christian, to a primarily Christian audience, one would expect at least some of them to give a clear endorsement of her Christian faith. There are 59 messages in all, comprising a total of 43,000 words, and yet nowherein any of them do we find a clear reference to the deity of Christ. In fact, as we shall shortly see, we find the very opposite, namely a consistent portrayal of Jesus as nothing more than a well-meaning, peace-loving idealist who wanted to make this world a better place.

It is truly remarkable that, over a sixty year period, the official head of the Anglican Church has failed to make even a single statement that would demonstrate her belief in the most basic doctrine of Christianity, namely the deity of Christ.

Before we proceed to examine her words in detail, we need to consider the general attitude of the British aristocracy toward the person of Christ. As we have seen, this has been shaped in the main by Freemasonry, Gnosticism, and Unitarian theology, all of which deny his deity, his substitution atonement, and the inerrancy of the Bible. They regard him merely as a good man who had a talent for healing and preaching.

The Unitarian/Masonic Christ is very similar to the New Age Christ, a guru-type figure possessing a more elevated or spiritual state of consciousness than the average man.

For centuries Freemasons have stealthily but aggressively promoted a humanistic message which they express as two principles with universal application – the brotherhood of man and the fatherhood of God. By this they mean that all men, regardless of their religious affiliation, are of equal spiritual standing, both in relation to each other and in relation to God. As it happens these same beliefs also figure prominently in the New Age movement.

Taken together these principles are proclaiming that the Bible is wrong when it makes an absolute distinction between believers and unbelievers, between those who are saved and those who are lost. Freemasonry and the New Age movement completely reject original sin, the fallen state of man, and the need for redemption through the saving blood of Christ. In their view, man is not lost but continually evolving through experience into a higher spiritual state.

The Masonic Parliament of Man

 The Duke of Kent, Grand Master of the Freemasons of England and Wales since 1967.  Note the Masonic apron, which is always made of lamb’s skin, a blasphemous parody of the Lamb (Christ).  

Following a brief reference to “the birth of the child who transformed history and gave us a great faith” (1979), she quoted liberally in 1980 from a peculiar poem by Tennyson which referred to “the” Christ. This is highly suggestive since Tennyson was also the author of a poem, Locksley Hall, which was well known (and well understood) by the luminaries of Victorian England.

They knew that Tennyson rejected Christianity and drew his inspiration exclusively from pagan authors. These included the pantheist, Baruch Spinoza, and the eminent occult philosopher, Giordano Bruno. He was also a member of an exclusive secret society at Cambridge, known as the Cambridge Apostles, which was audaciously non-Christian in outlook.

Locksley Hall contains one of the most celebrated statements of the Masonic vision of a New World Order:

For I dipt into the future, far as human eye could see,
Saw the Vision of the world, and all the wonder that would be;
Heard the heavens fill with shouting, and there rain’d a ghastly dew
From the nations’ airy navies grappling in the central blue; …
Till the war-drum throbb’d no longer, and the battle-flags were furl’d
In the Parliament of man, the Federation of the world.

He envisaged a parliament of man, a federation of the world. These words have been quoted many times by top Freemasons and key players in the long-range plan to create a unified World Government, a parliament of man. Tennyson’s poem was greatly admired by leading architects of the New World Order, Winston Churchill and Harry Truman, while Andrew Carnegie, one of the richest men in America in the 19thcentury and a high-ranking member of the Ruling Elite, wrote in Triumphant Democracy (1893):

“The Parliament of Man and the Federation of the World have already been hailed by the poet, and these mean a step much farther in advance of the proposed reunion of Britain and America.”

Note his final words – a step much farther in advance of the proposed reunion of Britain and America.

Reunion of Britain and America? Yes, and more, as Carnegie says, a step much farther in advance of that. So when a reigning British monarch quotes a poem by Tennyson, we should pay close attention. Here are the verses she quoted (from Ring Out, Wild Bells):

“Ring out false pride in place and blood,

The civic slander and the spite;

Ring in the love of truth and right,

Ring in the common love of good …

Ring in the valiant man and free,

The larger heart, the kindlier hand,

Ring out the darkness of the land,

Ring in the Christ that is to be.”

Given that Tennyson had no regard for Christianity, the Christ figure to whom he refers is clearly not Biblical. Christians seldom, if ever, put a definite article before Christ because there is only one Christ, but Freemasons, gnostics and pagans often refer to ‘the Christ’ since they regard it as a cosmic or celestial office separate from the one who holds it.

In their occult philosophy, the Freemasons envisage the future incarnation in human form of their Angel of Light – known variously as Apollo, Horus, Helios,Lucifer, etc– whom they will enthrone and honour as their Messiah in their long-planned federation of the world. This is “the Christ that is to be” in Tennyson’s poem, though born-again Christians will recognize him as the Antichrist.

Did the Queen realize the significance of this? Given that the royal family has been a patron and protector of Freemasonry in Britain for generations, it would astonishing if she didn’t. Her consistent espousal of the brotherhood-of-man-fatherhood-of-god philosophy demonstrates her familiarity with the tenets of Freemasonry, which includes a belief in the arrival of a Messiah-type figure once the New World Order has been established. (This is the true meaning of the catchphrase, ‘If you build it, he will come,’ from the sugar-coated occult movie, Fields of Dreams.)



A List of The Masonic Provinces of The United Kingdom

Metropolitan Grand Lodge Provincial Grand Lodge Devonshire Provincial Grand Lodge of Bedfordshire Provincial Grand Lodge of Berkshire Provincial Grand Lodge Of Bristol Provincial Grand Lodge of Buckinghamshire Provincial Grand Lodge of Cambridgeshire Provincial Grand Lodge of Cheshire Provincial Grand Lodge of Cornwall Provincial Grand Lodge of Cumberland & Westmorland Provincial Grand Lodge of Derbyshire Provincial Grand Lodge of Dorset Provincial Grand Lodge of Durham Provincial Grand Lodge of East Kent Provincial Grand Lodge of East Lancashire Provincial Grand Lodge of Essex Provincial Grand Lodge Of Gloucestershire Provincial Grand Lodge of Guernsey & Aldrney Provincial Grand Lodge of Hampshire and the Isle of Wight Provincial Grand Lodge of Herefordshire Provincial Grand Lodge of Hertfordshire Provincial Grand Lodge of Jersey Provincial Grand Lodge of Leicestershire and RutlandProvincial Grand Lodge of Lincolnshire Provincial Grand Lodge of Middlesex Provincial Grand Lodge of Monmouthshire Provincial Grand Lodge of Norfolk Provincial Grand Lodge of North & East Ridings Yorkshire Provincial Grand Lodge of North and East Riding Provincial Grand Lodge of North Wales Provincial Grand Lodge of Northamptonshire and Huntingdonshire Provincial Grand Lodge of Northumberland Provincial Grand Lodge of Nottinghamshire Provincial Grand Lodge of Oxfordshire Provincial Grand Lodge of Shropshire Provincial Grand Lodge of Somerset Provincial Grand Lodge of South Wales Eastern Division Provincial Grand Lodge of South Wales Western Division Provincial Grand Lodge of Staffordshire Provincial Grand Lodge of Suffolk Provincial Grand Lodge of Surrey Provincial Grand Lodge of Sussex Provincial Grand Lodge of the Isle of Man Provincial Grand Lodge of Warwickshire Provincial Grand Lodge of West Kent Provincial Grand Lodge of West Lancashire Provincial Grand Lodge of West Yorkshire Provincial Grand Lodge of Wiltshire Provincial Grand Lodge of Worcestershire