Jesus, Master Mason

Concealed behind the North Star, the almighty Creator peers out upon His universe. Jesus was “the stone which the builders rejected” which became the Cornerstone. He and his father, Joseph, were not carpenters but masons.

Thus reads the description for my latest video, “Jesus, Master Mason”, published to YouTube on April 12, 2017. The clip, which clocks in at 6 minutes and 15 seconds, can hopefully be viewed at the top of today’s blog entry.

In the previous Ersjdamoo’s Blog entry, it was reported how a very ancient Stellar Cult perceived the Deity as hiding behind the North Star. The Creator God of the Sabeans was called Hivel Zivo. When Hivel Zivo began to govern the universe, His all-seeing eye looked out upon the universe from behind the North Star. And the clear-seeing eye of the same Deity is still a well-defined attribute of the Great Architect Of the Universe in Freemasonry. [1]

It seems as if Freemasonry is a surviving remnant of some extremely ancient beliefs. This idea is further explored in an old book, Arcana of Freemasonry, by Dr. Albert Churchward.

Other hints of Freemasonry are found in the Bible. What did Jesus mean when he said, “The stone which the builders rejected, the same is become the head of the corner…” (Matthew 21: 42) Jesus is talking about the Cornerstone, a key symbol in Freemasonry. For example, George Washington, the first U.S. president, on Wednesday, September 18, 1793 marched with assembled Freemasons to participate in a cornerstone ceremony for “the Congress House” in Washington, DC. [2]

The clue of the Cornerstone is offered to the initiated several places in the Bible: Psalm 118: 22; Isaiah 28: 16; Mark 12: 10; Luke 20: 17; and Acts 4: 11.

“Whoever has ears to hear, let them hear,” said Jesus, as if He was signaling hidden significance to an early Masonic fraternity of listeners. (Mark 4: 9)

The ancestry of Jesus is carefully traced in the first chapter of Matthew: “And David was the father of Solomon by the wife of Uri’ah” (Matthew 1:6) down to “Jacob the father of Joseph the husband of Mary” (Matthew 1:16). This shows Jesus as descended from Solomon, and Solomon, in Masonic tradition, “is full of interest to the fraternity.” Solomon is supposed to preside, or rather the Master is his representative, in Lodges of Fellow-Crafts, Master Masons, and the like. The “Fellow-Craft Masons” are, in other words, Craftsmen. “Worship” comes from the Semitic word “avod,” meaning “work.” Worship has been misunderstood; it is properly “work-ship.” Joseph, father of Jesus, was a craftsman, not a carpenter. Jesus and Joseph are called “carpenters” but the Greek word “tekton” can also be translated as “builder” or “mason.” [3]

Joseph, father of Jesus, disappears from mention when the Gospels describe Jesus’ adult life. At some point, did Jesus become “the son of the widow”? “Is there no help for the widow’s son,” is a distress cry uttered by Free Masons in peril. It is a plea meant for the ears of any nearby Mason. Joseph Smith, founder of the Mormon Church, uttered the phrase – his last words – before being murdered by an angry mob. Among the last words of Jesus on the cross, “Eli, Eli, la’ma sabach-tha’ni?” (“My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me?”), is suggested a variation: “Is there no help for the widow’s son?” [3]

——- Sources ——-
[1] “North Star Is All-Seeing Eye”, Ersjdamoo’s Blog, April 10, 2017.
[2] “Freemasons And The US Capitol Cornerstone”,
[3] Melchizedek Communique, by Brian Redman. Available from



About ersjdamoo

Editor of Conspiracy Nation, later renamed Melchizedek Communique. Close associate of the late Sherman H. Skolnick. Jack of all trades, master of none. Sagittarius, with Sagittarius rising. I'm not a bum, I'm a philosopher.
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