Recently, the University of Texas pulled the Jefferson Davis statue from its campus because of an growing irrational fear of American history.
On the Northwest axis of 3rd and D in the Nation's capitol is the Albert Pike statue. Dedicated to the leader of the southern jurisdiction of the scottish rite which Pike held for 32 years. He was also a confederate brigadier general. He was also the chief judicial officer and Arkansas Grand Dragon of the newly formed Ku Klux Klan. This is the only statue in Washington DC commemorating a Confederate soldier. So if the confederate flag is being denounced and Jefferson Davis and other confederate monuments are under consideration for removal. Why does this statue still remain?
Simple, Pike is revered by the very occultic groups in control of the puppet government installed in Washington D.C. His illuminati predictions of three world wars have been the game plan followed to a tee by the global elite.
Mason’s have long argued that Pike was not a member or founding father of the Klan. However, the 1905 Publication Ku Klux Klan ITS ORIGIN, GROWTH AND DISBANDMENT BY J.C. LESTER AND D.L. WILSON clearly lists Albert Pike as one of its founding members. This book was intent on glorifying the Klan and its origins. Hardly an effort to spread misinformation.
If the case sticks, the Scottish Rite may find itself defending one of its founding leaders as a firestorm of controversy once again surrounds the shadowy legacy of masonry in America.