Donation in support of Leo’s work through Fundly: https://fundly.com/leo-lyon-zagami-channel or cashapp/$leozagami
Article by Leo Zagami
Queen Elizabeth had just one companion with her when she made her first of two appearances for her Platinum Jubilee weekend with her first cousin Prince Edward, the Duke of Kent. Queen Elizabeth cryptically, with a very important Masonic message, marked the milestone of her glorious carrier on June 2, 2022, for her Platinum Jubilee, secretly indicating to the masonic brethren with this unprecedented move that her Platinum Jubilee weekend will be her last public appearances after the monarch’s momentous 70-year reign.
For the first time during one of the main events called the Trooping the Color Parade, the Queen emerged on the Buckingham Palace balcony to receive the official salute with none other than Prince Edward, the Duke of Kent. The duke, 86, who is the 96-year-old queen’s first cousin, is the Grand Master of the United Grand Lodge, the most influential Masonic institution in the world and the Grand Patron of the Rose Croix the British version of the Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite, an office formerly held by his father, the first Duke.
The Queen’s cousin, who celebrated 59 years of being a Freemason this year, was initiated into Royal Alpha Lodge, No. 16, December 16, 1963, at a meeting held at the Café Royal. The then Grand Master, the Earl of Scarbrough, was his proposer and his seconder was Lord Cornwallis, Provincial Grand Master of Kent.
The Duke of Kent has been the Grand Master of the United Grand Lodge of England for over 50 years. This means The Queen’s cousin is the most senior Freemason in the hierarchy. Of course, many members of The Royal Family are rumored to be Freemasons, even today, although the Duke of Kent is only one of two current royals who are publicly known to be part of the society and are actively involved in administering what Freemasons, call “The Craft”.
The Duke of Kent is the son of Prince George, who died in an aircraft crash in 1942 and inherited the dukedom at 6. Prince George was the fourth son of King George V and Queen Mary, as well as the younger brother of King George VI.
The duke’s brother, Prince Michael of Kent, is also a Freemason and is Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Mark Master Masons, and Provincial Grand Master of the Provincial Grand Lodge of Middlesex. In the past, five Monarchs have been members of a Masonic lodge including the Queen’s father, George VI, who was Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Scotland between 1936-37 and Edward VII was also Grand Master of the United Grand Lodge of England from 1874–1901.
However, even if Queen Elisabeth has never been given a formal title in Freemasonry, she is still considered to this day the Queen of the Craft.
The Old Charges of the fifteenth century called on Masons to be true to God, true liegemen to the King, and true to the Craft. The Charges of a Freemason printed in the Constitution of the United Grand Lodge of England (Part VI – 2006) contain this statement: “kings and princes in every age have been disposed to encourage the Craftsmen on account of their peaceableness and loyalty.” Thus, loyalty to the Sovereign has been and still is, an essential principle of Freemasonry in the United Kingdom.
This is pointed out in the ancient custom of toasting at Masonic banquets, an inherited ritual observed in the early 1700s and probably before, that I participated in when I joined the United Grand Lodge of England in 2003, (my now former masonic life.)
First place in this old tradition is always given to the so-called “Loyal Toast” given “To the Queen and the Craft.” The significance of the united toast is that loyalty to the Sovereign is an essential principle of Freemasonry that depends on its Masonic “Regularity” are from the United Grand Lodge of England giving the Duke of Kent a very powerful position as presiding Grand Master. It has been suggested that:
“The custom of toasts at our festive meetings is so old as to have become a social landmark – it should not be lightly abandoned or tampered with to any serious extent. … We should retain the combined form by all means, and we should do so whether the reigning Monarch is or is not a Freemason.”
For this reason, the Duke of Kent, the current Grand Master of the United Grand Lodge of England, took the place of the sovereign’s late husband, Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, who died last year at age 99, in this historic event what will probably be the last public appearance of the British monarch as Queen.
This detail about Prince Edward’s presence on June 2 is already debated in the lodges of Freemasonry, preparing to welcome their next King of the Craft, who will be an infamous promoter of “The Great Reset” HRH the Prince of Wales, who, speaking at the launch of the World Economic Forum in 2020, said:
“There is a golden opportunity to seize something good from this crisis…global crises know no borders and highlight how interdependent we are as one people sharing one planet.”
Adding a phrase that should make us understand who oversees the current libtard pandemic next to the Jesuit Pope: “Unless we take the action necessary and build in a greener and more inclusive and sustainable way, then we will have more and more pandemics.”
To all Freemasons, I say God Save the Queen but not the King. So mote it be!
GET A COPY OF LEO ZAGAMI’S LATEST BOOK Confessions of an Illuminati Volume 7: From the Occult Roots of the Great Reset to the Populist Roots of The Great Reject OUT NOW!
PLEASE SUPPORT LEO’S WORK BY BUYING HIS LATEST BOOKS!!!
Leo Zagami is a regular contributor to Infowars and the author of the groundbreaking book Confessions of an Illuminati Vol. 6.66 The Age of Cyber Satan, Artificial Intelligence, and Robotics
Confessions of an Illuminati Volume 5: The Decline of the West and the Rise of Satanism in our Society with a brand new chapter on the CCP virus and The End Times.
And get also Confessions of an Illuminati Vol. 4, American Renaissance 2.0 and The Missing Link From the Invisible World.