U.K. PaPeR’S ouTRiGHT LieS aBouT QueeN’S “FeaR” oF FReeMaSoNRY

Answer me this dear readers:

If the Queen is so afraid of Masonry – as the article from the Daily Mail posted further down insinuates – & its image in the “modern” world (“modernity” as it is perceived being itself largely a philosophical myth in the great scheme of things), then why is there a Royal Masonic Benevolent Institution, Royal Masonic School For Girls & a Royal Masonic Trust For Girls & Boys?

Why does her Private Secretary reply to a letter from her cousin Prince Edward, Duke of Kent, the “Most Worshipful” Grand Master of the United Grand Lodge of England (UGLE) & First Grand Principal of the Supreme Grand Chapter of Royal Arch Masons of England:

“The Queen has asked that her warm thanks be conveyed to you for your kind message of good wishes on the occasion of her Golden Jubilee. Her Majesty received your greetings and congratulations with much pleasure.”

Is she afraid of what will happen if she doesn’t endorse, extend warm thanks & feign “much pleasure” to the Grand Master of the UGLE & all Freemasons under the UGLE? Not likely I would suggest!

No. Royalty is Masonic through & through, always has been – regardless of what names it has gone by in the past – & always will be.

Her other cousin, Prince Michael of Kent: The Duke of Kent’s brother, Prince Michael is the Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Mark Master Masons. She must be very afraid, with all of these high-level Masons in the family.

Oh no. The Queen’s husband & consort, Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh is also a Mason: Navy Lodge No. 2612 UGLE London. Someone had better tell her & make sure to bring the smelling salts.

Even the Pope likes Masonry. This is a good job as what with actually being one himself, having his photograph taken giving a Masonic handshake to fellow (deferential) Mason & former U.K. Prime Minister Tony Blair.

As the head of the Roman Catholic royal house of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha (name changed to Windsor in the UK in 1917)- the Pope is her Lord & Master, with her Order of St John (QEII being the Sovereign Head of the OSJ) & Order of the Garter (QEII being Sovereign of the Garter) both covertly beneath the Papal-loyal Order of Malta (SMOM).

The Masonic/Royal/Vatican links are very close & only the truly profane & ignorant believe Rome’s open but false policy of anti-Masonry. The secret but true policy is a Papal/Masonic love-in, with the Jesuit Superior-General as the Master of Ceremonies.

UGLE Grand Master the Duke of Kent’s wife Katharine, Duchess of Kent converted to Roman Catholicism in 1994, as did their son Lord Nicholas Windsor in 2001, who then went on to get married in the Vatican in 2006.

Mark Master Mason Grand Master Prince Michael of Kent’s wife, Princess Michael of Kent, has always been a Roman Catholic & is a Dame Grand Cross of Honour and Devotion of the (Papal-loyal) SMOM, within that Order’s British Association. Princess Michael is also the senior Dame (Dame Grand Cross of Justice) of the British and Irish Delegation of the Franco-Neapolitan branch of the (Papal-loyal) Constantinian Order.

Yes, yes. Royals & the Vatican are so afraid of Freemasonry. Oh, pull the other one!


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Above: Queen Elizabeth II, Sovereign Head of the Order of St John, the Papal-loyal Order of Malta’s Protestant front order.

Above: Dame of St John/Dame of Malta, Queen Elizabeth II, deferential to her Lord & Papal Master.

* The Royal Masonic Benevolent Institution




* Royal Masonic Trust for Girls and Boys


HRH the Duchess of Cumberland (top) was the Trust’s first Royal Patroness. With Chevalier Ruspini, a prominent 18th Century Freemason she founded the the Royal Cumberland Freemasons’ School in 1788.

The picture (bottom) of about 1802 shows Chevalier Ruspini, one of the founders of the first school, leading the pupils into Grand Lodge in the presence of HRH George, Prince of Wales.

The United Grand Lodge of England

small version of the UGLE crest - top
small version of the UGLE crest - bottom


Archive News 2002

Her Majesty the Queen’s Golden Jubilee

At the beginning of Grand Lodge the Pro Grand Master said:

“Brethren, before we proceed I am sure you would like to know that I am instructed by the Most Worshipful The Grand Master to inform you that on behalf of this Grand Lodge, and the Craft as a whole, he sent a telegram in connection with Her Majesty’s Golden Jubilee. It read as follows:

“To Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, Buckingham Palace.
All Freemasons under the United Grand Lodge of England send Loyal and Heartfelt congratulations to Your Majesty on the occasion of the Golden Jubilee.
(Signed) EDWARD, Grand Master,
United Grand Lodge of England.

“The following reply was received from Buckingham Palace:

“The Queen has asked that her warm thanks be conveyed to you for your kind message of good wishes on the occasion of her Golden Jubilee. Her Majesty received your greetings and congratulations with much pleasure.
(Signed) Sir Robin Janvrin,
Private Secretary to The Queen.”



Freemasons open a lodge at Buckingham Palace… but the Queen isn’t amused

Last updated at 23:59 08 March 2008

Duke of Kent as Masonic Grand Master

A Royal Mason: The Duke of Kent is the organisation’s Grand Master

A branch of the Freemasons secret society is being formed by members of the Royal Household and police who protect the Royal Family.

And their decision to call it The Royal Household Lodge has put them on a collision course with Buckingham Palace, as has their plan to co-opt the royal cipher “EIIR” for their regalia, to underline their connection to the Queen.

Although the Queen’s cousin, the Duke of Kent, is head of the secretive organisation, he is Grand Master of the United Grand Lodge of England, the new branch has not gone down well with the Royal Family.

The Palace has no power to halt the formation of the lodge, but it is determined to stop it adopting its chosen name and block it from hijacking the Queen’s EIIR.

Use of the Royal Household title and any related symbols requires official permission.

Angry officials clearly feel the new lodge’s proposed name is the last thing the Palace needs at a time when it is trying to be seen as more modern and open.

Last night, a spokesman for the Queen said: “Buckingham Palace has not, and would not, endorse this sort of arrangement. No permission has been given by the Palace for a Buckingham Palace lodge or anything similar.

“If permission is sought, it will be declined.”

The founding of the lodge has also alarmed some Royal staff who do not wish to be associated with the fraternity famed for bizarre initiation rites, mystical regalia and mysterious codes of conduct.

It is also likely to cause consternation among career women in the Palace, as it is a men-only organisation.

Non-members in Royal service are said to be fearful they will be overlooked for prestigious promotions and left unsupported in any below-stairs clashes.

Masons are widely believed to further the business and professional interests of brother Masons, although they would deny this and claim it is a harmless social and charitable organisation.

The lodge, which will not meet at the Palace but will be based in a Masonic Hall elsewhere, will be open to all members of the Royal Household, from armed police protection officers to below-stairs staff such as pages and footmen.

It will also recruit staff in other Royal residences including Windsor Castle, Clarence House and St James’s Palace.

A Palace insider said: “There’s a lot of consternation and rightly so. People fear a lot of business will now be conducted behind closed doors so that those who don’t sign up to Freemasonry can’t have any effect on it.

“They are concerned that Masons will be preferred and those who aren’t Masons will be written out of the script.

“Backstairs life is already complicated enough, there are all sorts of allegiances and cliques and cabals. People fall in and out of favour and there’s a lot of whispering in ears.

“The last thing the household needs is a secret society, especially one with the reputation of Freemasonry.”

The United Grand Lodge of England issued the Royal Household Lodge with a warrant in June last year although it will not formally exist until the consecration ceremony on May 19 at the Freemasons’ Hall in London.

That will be followed by a celebration dinner for up to 300 Masons and their guests at the historic Lincoln’s Inn.

The insider said the idea had been generated by serving and past members of the Royalty Protection Squad, SO14. With new recruits, the total number involved is approximately 70.

Author and broadcaster Martin Short, whose book Inside The Brotherhood exposed Masonic practices in the UK, said: “It’s a catastrophic time to start such a lodge, given all the problems facing the Royal Family at present.

“The Royal Family is desperately trying to prove it is modernising, in PR terms, this is bad news for them.”