Thursday, July 16, 2009

Freemasons and Murder of Erasito in Levuka. "Dopey Locals" says Cult members

Freemasonry is back in the news.

Yesterday Police raided a Freemasons secret gathering on Denarau Island and arrested 14 people who spent a night in a Fiji prison cell . The Police were alerted by frightened residents suspecting sorcery.

It is understood locals contacted police after becoming concerned about the group's unusual equipment, which is believed to have included a sword, mace and Bible.

A New Zealand man, who was also among the group, blamed "dopey village people" for the raid on Tuesday.

Freemasonry extends its tentacles through all levels of society and freemasons have managed to infiltrate into the highest levels of commerce, public service and politics.

In Levuka, where the Freemasons had their headquarters, the mysterious death of Mr Erasito has never been explained or the perpetrators brought to justice. Erasito was found completely naked behind Levuka Public Scholl with puncture wounds to his body, after a gathering of prominent Freemasons from across Fiji and overseas.

The Police files have also disappeared as this correspondent(s) found out when he/she/they travelled to Levuka to attempt to unravel the mystery.

After the 2000 coups, residents of Levuka burnt down the Masonic Lodge as villagers believed human blood sacrifices had taken place there.

The Masonic Lodge in Suva is located opposite the Dolphin's Eatery and distinguished by the Compass on the front side of the building.
It should be noted the freemasomnry has been banned from public life in Britian where it started as numerous cases of corruption and nepotism piled up against members who were looking after their own.
In Fiji, Freemasonry is alive and well. And locals who are fearful of their practices are described as "dopey locals".
What were they doing with a Bible when they claim not to be affiliatesd to any religion?


Anonymous said...

The Bible to Masons is the "Volume of the Sacred Law", but at Lodges around the world it is common to use the Qur'an, Torah, the Bhagavad Gita, or even the Tao Te Ching, some Lodges have all those great books open on its altar to celebrate the diversity of its Lodge! Masons are not affiliated to any religion, but asks that you believe in a Supreme Power, a God and are not an Atheist... unless you join the Grand Orient as opposed to United Grand Lodge, where they accept atheists. Freemasonry is a great organization, even Ratu Sir George Cakobau was one back in the day.

Andrew said...

Ratu Sukuna... Ratu Mara... and Ratu Sir George Cakobau were all well-known leaders and chiefs, way before they became freemasons... so one cannot say that freemasonry had some sort of influence in their rise to political greatness... but one should wonder, what it is about freemasonry, that got the attention of these leaders to want to join... that would make an interesting story to tell