Documentary – History of Freemasonry (2005), by Juri Lina (53 min.)

SYNOPSIS: This film by Jüri Lina tells about what kind of light and how the Emissaries of Jahbulon spread it around themselves and how it affects us. An exciting excursion to some of the most powerful Masonic lodges in the United States and in Europe.


The Light Bringers, The Emissaries of Jahbulon (History of Freemasonry), Juri Lina from zEDIFICATION on Vimeo.

15 Comments on “Documentary – History of Freemasonry (2005), by Juri Lina (53 min.)”

  1. lvpc says:

    The Grand Orient of France isn’t recognized by AF&AM’s. This video judges all of Freemasonry on an organization of “freemasons” that aren’t recognized at Mason’s anymore…bad call..ruins the video for me

  2. Hiram Abiff says:

    This Video makes me want to keep up with my Masonic Travels even more – Keep up the good work on glorifying FREEMASONRY – Long Live the BLUE LODGE and FREEMASONRY … .

  3. Josh says:

    Prior to becoming a Freemason I had reservations, but after watching this video it made me really like what Masonry is all about. This video talks about things that are pure crap, but also speaks of certain things that I find interesting. Thank you for making my decision easier that of Joining the Brotherhood!

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  9. Kendall JANE says:

    The video failed to mention the Anti-masonry movement that occurred in the United States. The Freemasons were accused of the murder of Captain William Morgan, who exposed the secrets of Freemasonry in his book Illustrations of Masonry.

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