Predictions of Freemason Albert Pike. Is World War III already on? (2 photos)
The American Freemason was a major political figure and one of the Masonic leaders. He made his predictions in 1871. They are outlined in his letter to another Masonic leader, Giuseppe Mazzini. In this letter, he described three wars and two of them had already taken place with amazing accuracy.
So what did Pike say about the Three World Wars?
All three wars are necessary for the Freemasons to gain world domination.
The goal of the First World War was to break Tsarist Russia and make it completely under the control of the Freemasons. The monarchy must be weakened and overthrown, and Russia will become a terrible enemy for the whole world, which everyone is afraid of. This way people can be manipulated.
The Masons needed the Second World War in order to create a split in the world thanks to fascism and the emergence of the state of Israel. Thus, communism will take root in the world as the main enemy of Christianity. And again, due to the fact that communism can frighten people, Christians will unite and Christianity itself will be strengthened in the world.
World War III will be provoked in order to divide Christians and Muslims. And it will begin on September 11, 2001 in the USA.
It is needed in order to deplete society economically and morally, to weaken it. And then a new world order will emerge on the planet. And at the head of this order will be Masons, it is they who will rule the world.
The conflict will flare up in the East, the confrontation between Muslims and Israelis, this will be a sign of the beginning of the war.
It turns out that, according to the predictions of Albert Pike, the Third World War is already underway? We all remember September 11, 2001, and a sad event really happened in the United States.
It is simply conducted by other methods, including informational ones.
What do you think of Albert Pike’s prediction? Do you agree with him that the conflict in the world has been going on for a long time or is it just a fantasy of a Masonic leader?