Curse of Canaan - Eustace Mullins




The State of Virginia

The tentacles of the Masonic Canaanite octopus are nowhere more deeply embedded than in the State of Virginia. Known to American tradition as the "Mother of Presidents," it is reputed to have set the standards of Southern living and culture. In actuality, Virginia is a degraded, backward state which from the beginning of history had been invaded and overcome by "the determined men of Masonry." Since the Civil War, the state has been run by a succession of Masonic carpetbaggers, and later invaded by a host of millionaires, most of them Masons, who bought out and evicted the last of the old families of Virginia, the legendary "First Families of Virginia" from their historic homes. In most cases, these showplaces have been turned into advertisements for the type of decor which is featured in "Better Homes and Gardens."

The state of Virginia is dominated by three large residential areas, the northeast, which is a bedroom community for the federal government workers in Washington, D.C.; the Richmond axis, which is totally dominated by the burgeoning state bureaucracy, and the Norfolk area, which is dominated by a huge naval base-and the defense bureaucracy. Thus the state is merely a vassal of the bureaucracy. On close examination, its much vaunted "culture" vanishes like the morning mist. Its "great" writers consist of two wealthy dilettantes, James Branch Cabell and Ellen Glasgow, whose unreadable, and unread, books languish on library shelves until they are mercifully disposed of at garage sales.

These two establishment figures made little or no impression on the literary world. Cabell churned out some eighteen volumes about an imaginary place which he called "Poictesme"; its significance apparently was known to no one but himself. Virginia's literary tradition was buried with Edgar Allen Poe. In the twentieth century, young writers and artists flee the state like chain gang refugees fleeing across a fetid swamp, before their talents are irrevocably damaged and poisoned by the noxious vapors emitted by Virginia's prison-like estate, the result of its domination by the bureaucracy. These young people never return; thus Virginia nourishes the cultural life of other states, but never its own.

As in the most fearful days of the Reign of Terror during the French Revolution, the state of Virginia is overrun by hordes of agents and spies, most of whom have no idea that they are actually being "run" by the British Intelligence Service, which totally controls the top officials of the state. The FBI maintains its training school at the Marine base at Quantico, Virginia. Here they are taught techniques for following "subversives," who in most instances turn out to be anyone who professes a belief in the Constitution of the United States.

The CIA also has its massive Babylonian headquarters at McLean, Virginia, as well as various training schools and "safe houses" throughout the state, closed off areas such as Vint Hill and other sacrosanct preserves. These agencies maintain a close liaison (read control) over the state and local police agencies throughout Virginia. The rube policeman finds it very exciting to be told that he can keep watch while FBI or CIA agents burglarize, or "black bag," the home of "dissidents," stealing whatever they might suppose to be valuable in framing him with a criminal charge or committing him to a mental institution. Some of the things which they take, of course, are simple "valuables," which enrich the private purse of the agents. Although there have been thousands of such incidents in the past fifty years, only a few cases challenging these strange intruders have ever come before the controlled courts, where they are promptly dismissed as "paranoia" by the compliant judges.

The state also has large numbers of spies in such agencies as the State Liquor Control Board, the Department of Taxation, and other agencies whose zeal stems directly from the worst days of the Reign of Terror. During the Byzantine Empire, the Emperor used the profits from his liquor and wine monopoly to pay for his enormous household expenses. In the state of Virginia, a local Byzantine Emperor, Senator Harry Byrd, who was then Governor, rammed through the ABC Law in 1933 in a typical Virginia plebiscite; it was later found to have been copied from the statute setting up the Soviet Liquor Trust in Russia! The patronage and the profits from the Liquor Trust have since become the mainstay of the Party Machine. The stateside network of ABC agents terrorizes small businessmen with their carefully developed Gestapo-like tactics and constant surveillance.

Any unfavorable report means the loss of the business, after the all-important "license" is suspended. This power creates an ideal political climate for totalitarian control, continuous shakedowns, which are euphemistically called "contributions," either to the political machine or to "collectors" who promise to pass the funds along to the proper parties. Whether this ever occurs is not traceable in any way. With these profits, Byrd built the largest per capita State Socialist bureaucracy in the United States, which effortlessly perpetuated his machine rule throughout his long political career. To maintain the illusion of a "two-party democracy," Byrd usually allowed token opposition in political campaigns for state offices, but he never permitted any serious opponent to challenge his reign. As a result, he never had to campaign, nor did he have to spend the millions which had been raised to pay his campaign expenses. He routinely filled the state offices with look-alike Byrd stooges, elderly, soft-spoken, white-haired, and hard-drinking men who spoke slowly and carefully, with the Old South modulations of a wool-topped keeper of the men's room at an exclusive country club.

Senator Harry Byrd

Byrd himself was merely the heir to a longstanding previous corruption. After the Civil War, the carpetbaggers had swarmed into Virginia, seizing the pitiful remnants of property from the defeated and impoverished Virginians. The corruption reached its apogee in 1893, when control of the state legislature was purchased openly, as at a cattle auction, by Senator Thomas Martin. Martin had long been the lawyer for the Morgan-Behnont interests in Virginia, and represented their substantial railroad holdings, the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad, and the Norfolk and Western Railway.

Congressional testimony showed that J. P. Morgan and Kuhn Loeb Co. between them controlled ninety-two percent of all the railroad mileage in the United States. Both of them were fronts for the Rothschild interests. The funds advanced for that purpose by the Morgan-Behnont interests (Behnont was the Rothschild's authorized representative in the United States) were used by Martin in 1893 to buy nine members of the legislature for $1,000 each; this gave him complete control of that body. His assistant in this bribery was William A. Glasgow, Jr., the chief counsel for the Norfolk and Western Railway.

Martin's chief ally in controlling the state legislature was his able assistant, Senator Hal Flood, grandfather of Senator Byrd. With such political prospects before him, young Harry Byrd left school at the age of fifteen. In 1919, Martin died, and Byrd took over the machine. He ruled it with an iron hand for more than half a century. Politically, Byrd had access to all the funds he needed to control the state, that is, the political slush funds which Rothschild agents routinely dispensed throughout the United States to maintain their control of the nation. The funds came from Kuhn, Loeb Co. in New York, the largest banking house handling Rothschild investments in America.

Byrd had been born in Martinsburg, West Virginia; a classmate there had been one Lewis Lichtenstein Strauss. Strauss later became an itinerant shoe salesman. With the advent of World War I, he suddenly showed up in Washington as "secretary" of the U. S. Food Administration, being named assistant to Herbert Hoover, a longtime Rothschild agent who had been named by them as director of their family firm, Rio Tinto. After World War I, Strauss was named a partner in Kuhn, Loeb Co.; Byrd, with Strauss' money behind him, became Governor of Virginia. Strauss bought a large estate at Brandy Station, Virginia, scene of the last cavalry charge in the United States. He continued his long association with Byrd during their years together in Washington. When Byrd retired, Strauss became his son's campaign manager.

After Martin's domination of the state of Virginia for some thirty years, Byrd was in place to take power, just as Stalin was waiting when Lenin mysteriously fell ill and died. For the next fifty years, Virginia suffered from what was not humorously called "the Byrd blight," while Byrd's lifelong financial sacrifices to serve his country in the Senate brought him a vast family empire of orchards, warehouses, banks, newspapers, and stock portfolios. All of this had been gained since he entered the Virginia Senate in 1915.

The Byrd millions historically were sweated from cheap labor, which shed some light on why he converted vast areas of Virginia into hopeless regions of poverty; at the same time, neighboring states such as North Carolina enjoyed unparalleled prosperity. The Byrd blight, which resulted in the famous rural poverty area known as Appalachia, ensured the Byrd empire an ample supply of cheap labor; he and his minions bitterly fought government efforts to intervene with their various programs. Byrd refused to allow federal funds to be spent in Virginia unless he retained absolute control over their allotment; they were to go to his political supporters; none other need apply. Byrd realized that dispensation of federal funds would bring a horde of federal supervisors into his domain, while he fought to remain in position to name every recipient of these funds, guaranteeing himself future support from those who had received "the Byrd largesse."

Although he was always dependent upon contributions from the agents of the Rothschilds, Byrd's machine remained politically unassailable because of the statewide network of Masonic lodges, which had been in place for some two hundred years. They controlled every business and every state and local office in each of the Virginia counties and hamlets. No one could expect any advancement or preferment, or even a bank loan, without Masonic approval. Historian Allen Moger writes that "Byrd's power amazed observers"; "it was explained by friends as an association of like-minded men." Moger does not tell us what the like minds were committed to, or that they were "the determined men of Masonry."

Moger's book, "Virginia: Bourbon to Byrd," University of Virginia, 1968, does not even mention Masonry in the index! Not only that, but Moger only mentions the Federal Reserve Act twice en passant, with no credit given to the fact that this bill was originated in the House by Carter Glass of Lynchburg, co-authored by Senator Owen of Lynchburg, and signed into law by President Woodrow Wilson of Staunton. In fact, the Virginian, Woodrow Wilson, left an unsurpassed legacy to the nation; he gave us the income tax, World War I, and the Federal Reserve Act. No other President can claim to have saddled his unfortunate fellow-countrymen with so many crushing burdens.

While Byrd kept the state of Virginia in poverty, the newspapers kept the state in ignorance. Having been totally taken over by the Masonic Order of Canaanites, they carefully refrained from printing anything that Byrd's Pravda (or Truth) would disapprove. No censorship was necessary; every editor and reporter in the state knew what was required of their unbiased journalism.

The "federal" area, the northeast bedroom community bordering Washington, was dominated by the Washington Post, the family property of the Meyer family. Eugene Meyer, partner of Lazard Freres international bankers, had purchased the paper cheaply, and gradually drove all of his competition out of business. The political activist, Lyndon LaRouche, also operated in the Washington area. He was allowed free rein until he published a story that "the black widow," Katharine Graham, daughter of Eugene Meyer, had killed her husband, Philip Graham, to prevent him from giving the Post to his current girlfriend. Shortly after LaRouche printed this story in his newspaper, 648 federal agents swarmed down on his headquarters at Leesburg, Virginia, seizing all of his documents and carting many of his assistants off to jail. If they were looking for Philip Graham's death certificate, the ostensible reason for the raid, they didn't find it; the concerned agencies had steadfastly refused to release it, or to even let anyone see it. If LaRouche had had any doubts about the power behind the Washington Post, he was soon enlightened; his entire operation seemed to have been shattered.

Byrd himself traditionally laid down the party line for the state in his chain of newspapers, which was run from Winchester. A survey by professors of journalism ranked the state of Virginia 49th in the nation in the record of its press' public service campaigns. Byrd's papers, like most of the other Virginia newspapers, were generally considered "the end of the road" by the profession because of their lower pay and working conditions. Most Virginia publishers, Masons to the man, conformed to the image which Byrd cultivated, and aspired only to be accepted into the local "squirearchy." At the same time, they continually printed editorials cynically denying that there had ever been a "Byrd machine" in the state of Virginia!

The eastern press of the state is totally dominated by Media General, a conglomerate which had been put together from the Richmond newspapers and a Norfolk publication. The Richmond papers had strong scalawag and carpetbagger connections; after World War II they showed powerful CIA direction. Their chairman, Joseph Bryan, had served in Naval Intelligence during World War I, and as chairman of the 5th federal Reserve district. To prove his stellar liberal credentials, he was appointed to the board of overseers of Harvard University. His son married into the Standard Oil fortune, the Harkness Davidson family. He is also a director of the Hoover Institution, a supposedly rightwing think tank, and a member of the exclusive Bohemian Club of San Francisco. The senior vice president of Media General is James A. Linen IV. Formerly vice president of the National Enquirer, which is widely reputed to be a CIA or a Mafia operation, or both, he is the son of James A. Linen III, the longtime publisher of Time Magazine. James A. Linen IV is also chairman of the American Thai Corporation, which operates in the marketing area of the drug empire known as "the Golden Triangle," an area which has been dominated by the CIA for years. The founder of ass (later the CIA), William J. Donovan, was appointed Ambassador to Thailand in 1953.

For many years, Richmond Newspapers had as its chairman of the board Paul Manheim, partner of Lehman Brothers in New York. The Lehmans made millions during the Civil War, when they operated as agents and fixers for both belligerents, moving easily back and forth through the zones of war. Paul Manheim was also a director of Bankers Trust in New York, and Paramount Pictures in Hollywood. His brother Frank Manheim, also a partner of Lehman Brothers, was a director of Warner Brothers. They exercised financial control over these giant studios during the years when the producers relentlessly churned out leftwing pictures; this could not have been done without their approval.

The passing of Harry Byrd brought no significant change to the iron hand which ruled Virginia; the same officials of the Masonic Order of Canaanites continued to exercise absolute power. The state became even more depressed, its people even more discouraged, and increasingly suspicious of each other, mired in self-hatred and gloom. The Byrd excrescence was merely the twentieth century manifestation of a cancer which has rotted life in Virginia since the earliest settlement.

Early American Masons — Edmund Randolph

Vernon Stauffer's definitive work, "New England the Bavarian Illuminati," reproduces a speech made by Rev. Jedediah Morse, delivered at Charleston on April 25, 1799, from which we excerpt:

"It has long been suspected that secret societies, under the influence and direction of France, holding principles subversive of our religion and government, existed somewhere in this country . . . I have, my brethren, an official, authenticated list of the names, ages, places of nativity, professions &c. of the officers and members of a Society of Illuminati (or as they are now more generally and properly styled llluminees) consisting of one hundred members, instituted in Virginia, by the Grand Orient of France . . . The date of their institution is 1786 . . . "

Morse then translated a letter in French for the benefit of the audience, from the French Master to the Virginia disciples,

"At the East of the Lodge of Portsmouth in Virginia, the 17th of the 5th month, in the year of (V .. L.) True Light 5798: The (R .. L. .Pte .. Fse ..) respectable French Provincial Lodge, regularly appointed under the distinctive title of WISDOM, No. 2660 by the GRAND ORIENT OF FRANCE. . . .

To the (T .. R .. L. .) very respectable French Lodge, the Union, No. 14, constituted by the Grand Orient of New York. S .. F .. V .. TT .. CC .. and RR .. FF."

These abbreviations are apparently a secret code. The letter goes on to report the establishment of two new Masonic workshops in Petersburg, Virginia, and in the East of Port de Paix in the Island of St. Domingo. It closes with the salutation,

"May the Grand Architect of the Universe bless your labours, and crown them will all manner of success. P .. L .. N .. M .. Q .. V .. S .. C .. TT .. CC .. and TT .. RR .. FF .. By order of the very respectable Provincial Lodge of Wisdom, Guieu, Secretary."

Morse declared that there were at that time at least seventeen hundred Illuminati in the United States,

"systematically conducting the plan of revolutionizing this country . . . The changes which they can produce by secret influence and intrigue, the novel arts which they can thus exhibit before the eyes of men, are doubtless to be efficacious means of teaching men the new system of philosophy, which sets at defiance, and condemns all old and settled opinions, by which the governments of nations and the conduct of individuals have heretofore been directed."

Thus we find from Rev. Morse's investigation that the state of Virginia had long been infiltrated, and was being "run" as a colony by the French Illuminati. All the while, the people of Virginia supposed that they had a state government composed of dedicated politicians who wished only to serve this state. This has never been the case. The secret society has always been in control.

From the outset, the Masonic Canaanites in Virginia always seized the highest offices. The career of Edmund Randolph aptly illustrates this point. The Winchester Lodge No. 12 was established by the Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania in 1768. (Winchester was the lifelong headquarters of Harry Byrd during his fifty-year rule of Virginia; he owned the Winchester newspaper.) The Grand Lodge of Virginia was established at Williamsburg, which was then the capital of Virginia, on October 13, 1768, and is said to be the oldest Grand Lodge in America.

The first Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Virginia was John Blair. At that time, he was the Acting Governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia. On October 27, 1786, Edmund Randolph was unanimously elected Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Virginia. He was at that time the Attorney General of the State of Virginia. From that day on, the legal system of Virginia has been continuously in the hands of the Masonic Order.

On the day after his election as Grand Master, Edmund Randolph signed the charter of the Staunton, Virginia, Lodge, which became Lodge No 13. The number 13, as we have pointed out, is of tremendous significance in the Masonic Order. Lodge No. 13 has played a pivotal role in the conduct of state affairs ever since. In fact, the Supreme Court of Virginia set up its offices in Lodge No. 13's Masonic Building.

Edmund Randolph had an outstanding career, moving easily from one high office to another, as usually occurs when one has the world power of the Masonic hierarchy behind him. His path was considerably smoother after he joined the Williamsburg Lodge of the Ancient Order of York Masons at the age of 21, in 1774. A few months later, he was given the signal honor of being named aide de camp to General George Washington himself. The following year, he was named the first Attorney General of the State of Virginia. He was named Deputy Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Virginia in 1785, and he then laid the cornerstone of the new Masonic Lodge in Richmond. The next year, he was named Grand Master.

Not only was Edmund Randolph symbolic of Masonic power; he and his family also represented the traditional power of the British Crown in the colonies. His father, John Randolph, was King's Attorney, as had been his grandfather, Sir John Randolph. Edmund Randolph's father, a leading Tory, proved his loyalty to the King by leaving Virginia with the departing British Governor, Lord Dunmore, and returning to England with him. He never came back to America, yet his son played a crucial role in writing the Constitution! Edmund Randolph was adopted by his uncle, Peyton Randolph, after his father's defection; his uncle was also King's Attorney. Peyton Randolph was also a Grand Master of the Masonic Order; he was soon named first President of the First Continental Congress. Thus we see that the British power in the colonies, wielded through its King's Attorneys, was also wielded through the members of the Mason Order, the York Rite which traditionally was headed by a member of the royal family. Peyton Randolph had no children; Edmund inherited his vast estates.

Not only was Edmund Randolph's loyalty to the American cause overshadowed by his father's defection, he himself showed strong signs of loyalty to England. Thomas Jefferson reported that when Patrick Henry delivered his famous speech, "Give me liberty or give me death," it was Edmund Randolph and his law professor, George Wythe, who leaped to their feet, shouting "TREASON!" Later, Edmund Randolph and Patrick Henry almost fought a duel during their quarrel as to whether Virginia should join the Union. Governor George Clinton of New York, a member of the Illuminati and a leading Mason, offered Randolph a deal to join with New York in opposing the ratification of the Constitution. Instead, Randolph kept quiet on the matter, and was rewarded by Washington with the post of the first Attorney General of the United States; Washington then appointed him the second Secretary of State, after Thomas Jefferson resigned. Virginia was the tenth state to ratify the Constitution; New York was the eleventh.

It was Edmund Randolph who actually was the unseen hand behind the writing of the Constitution. A convention had been called to amend the Articles of Confederation to the point where they would be accepted by the states. Instead of doing this, Edmund Randolph, who was then Governor of Virginia, cleverly steered the delegates to the idea of writing a new set of laws, the Constitution, as a federal entity which would incorporate the states. He sprang the agenda for this new cause of action upon the delegates with no previous warning, and soon persuaded them that this would be the best course to pursue. Thus it was the Grand Master of Virginia, Edmund Randolph, in league with Aaron Burr and British Intelligence, who foisted on the nation the concept of a federal government which could rule over and above the sovereignties of the states. All of our subsequent political trials, including the Civil War, stemmed from this Masonic conspiracy, which perfected the technique of ending the sovereignty of the several states, and placing them under the Masonic Oriental despotism of a central federal government.

This was done as a typical Masonic Canaanite conspiracy. The "Records of-the Federal Convention" show the Virginia contingent to consist of "His Excellency George Washington, George Wythe, Gov. Edmund Randolph, John Blair, James Madison, George Mason, and James M. McClurg. Blair was former Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Virginia; Edmund Randolph was the present Grand Master.

George Wythe read the rules which were to be followed during the convention. On May 29, 1787, the stipulation was made "that the federal government could not check the quarrels between states, nor a rebellion in any state having constitutional power nor means to interpose according to the exigency." Gov. Edmund Randolph then opened the proceedings by launching an all-out attack on the Articles of Confederation.

"He observed that the confederation fulfilled none of the objects for which it was framed. [He then listed them; we quote number 5.] 5. It is not superior to state constitutions. Thus we see that the confederation is incompetent to anyone object for which it was instituted. Our chief danger arises from the democratic parts of our constitution."

Randolph then raised the specter of lack of defense, claiming that the states had no defense against attack, and calling for a plan of national defense. He ignored the fact that the states had just concluded a successful revolt against the greatest military power in the world. As part of the Masonic conspiracy, Randolph used this specter to foist on the convention a new constitution, which established a national legislature, a national executive, and a national judiciary, thus creating what had never been desired or envisioned by the other delegates, a supreme federal power having control of the several states.

As is often the case with prominent Masons, Randolph's public career was marred by repeated scandals, due to his involvement with alien powers. He had become deeply involved with the Illuminati adventurer, Edmond Genet, who had been sent as the first French Ambassador to the new Republic. Genet landed at Charleston on April 8, 1793, to be enthusiastically greeted by his fellow Masons of the Charleston Lodge, the Mother Lodge of the World. Genet immediately began to act as a conquering general, issuing commissions and letters of marque to his Masonic colleagues. When he arrived in Washington, instead of presenting his credentials immediately to President Washington, as protocol required, he ignored him. Instead, Genet gave a great banquet, during which he received demonstrations and deputations like, a visiting monarch. During the ceremonies, the symbolic red Phrygian cap of the Illuminati revolutionaries was reverently passed from table to table.

Observers soon noted that "the high-handed insolence of Genet grew from day to day more intolerable." Thomas Jefferson, who was then Secretary of State, was daily besieged with demands that Genet's credentials be rescinded, and that he be asked to leave the capital. Jefferson refused these demands. As they increased, and more pressure was brought to bear on him, Jefferson, rather than act against a Mason, resigned as Secretary of State. Washington appointed Edmund Randolph to succeed him. In 1794, Genet was busily organizing an army to invade Florida and Louisiana and to seize these territories from Spain. This was a key element of a Masonic plot to set up a separate republic on the borders of the thirteen colonies, and possibly later, to invade and reconquer the United States for England.

When he was informed of these military objectives of Genet, President Washington had no alternative but to order Secretary of State Randolph to seize Genet's credentials and have him removed. Incredibly, Randolph failed to act on this direct request of the President. To protect Genet, he delayed the procedure. However, Genet was a member of the Girondist faction in France, which had now been defeated by Marat; he was ordered recalled, and a new ambassador, Joseph Fouchet, now arrived from France. President Washington also issued a proclamation halting Genet's proposed expedition against Florida and Louisiana. This document, dated February 21, 1794, was also held back by Randolph to aid Genet. On March 24, exasperated by Randolph's repeated delays, Washington personally issued the proclamation himself. Meanwhile, Genet had gone to Charleston, where he was hailed as a conquering hero by the members of the Charleston Lodge, including Stephen Morini, Abraham Israel, Isaac and Abraham da Costa, Samuel de la Motta, Israel Delieben, and Abraham Alexander.

In August 1795, dispatches by Fouchet to France were seized by privateers; the papers found their way back to President Washington. These diplomatic papers contained a number of documents which clearly implicated Edmund Randolph in financial deals with Fouchet, showing evidence of bribery and treason. Once he had seen these papers, President Washington had no alternative but to demand Randolph's resignation. He is the only Secretary of State who had to resign under such charges. Randolph never again held public office, although he lived thirty-eight years after his disgrace, dying in 1813.

After Edmund Randolph sent in his resignation, the accounts of the Secretary of State showed that $49,000 was missing from the funds of the department. A later Treasury Department investigation showed an additional $61,000 was missing, for which Edmund Randolph was solely responsible. Thus the Grand Master of Virginia Masonry left office under a cloud of accusations of bribery, treason, and embezzlement. This was hardly surprising in a man who had sworn to rebel against God, and to impose the demon worship of Baal on his unsuspecting fellow-citizens. The missing government funds were never recovered.

Edmund Randolph devoted his later years to the practice of law. Because of his Masonic connections, he never wanted for clients. He also worked for years on the writing of a massive History of Virginia, which he began in 1786, and finally completed in 1810. For some reason, he made no attempt to have it published. The manuscript was stored for many years at Staunton Lodge No. 13, and was finally published by the University of Virginia Press in 1970. Although it is a well-researched and factual work, it does not contain a single reference to Freemasonry or to the part which this organization played in controlling the state from behind the scenes.

Masonry in the American Legal System

During his legal career, Edmund Randolph received considerable publicity because of his defense of two controversial criminals, George Wythe Sweeney and Aaron Burr. Sweeney was the nephew of George Wythe, who is generally regarded as the father of the legal profession in the United $tates, because of his long tenure as professor of law at the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg. His pupils included Thomas Jefferson, Edmund Randolph, and many other political figures. Like his close friend, Edmund Randolph, George Wythe's commitment to the cause of the Revolution was always suspect. It was Wythe and Randolph who had shouted "Treason!" at Patrick Henry. In 1793, George Wythe, sitting as Judge of the Chancery Court of Richmond, ruled against Americans and awarded British creditors full payment from Virginia debtors on all loans predating the Revolutionary War, holding them to the full valuation of the loans. Many Virginians demanded that Wythe be lynched because of this Tory decision, although it was more likely a Masonic one.

Wythe had a young wife who died after only one year of marriage; she was but sixteen. Henry Clay then became secretary to Wythe at Chancery Court and for some years was like a son to him. Wythe's housekeeper, a slave named Lydia Broadnax, became his consort, and he had a son by her, whom he set free. Dr. John Dove reported the subsequent events in a document now known as "Dove's Memorandum": "Wythe had a yellow woman by the name of Lydia who lived with him as wife or mistress as was quite common in the city. By this woman he had a son named Mike."

In 1806, Edmund Randolph was called in by Wythe to write a codicil to his will, providing that some of his stock in the Bank of Virginia be left to his son, Mike. Wythe had a grandnephew named Sweeney who was to be his principal heir. Wythe claimed that the nephew had been stealing from him, and he called Randolph in to write a second codicil leaving Mike the remainder of his bank stock. In fact, Wythe's decision was prompted by his passion for the youth, who for some time had been serving him as a catamite, according to the Curse of Canaan.

Through the natural aging process, Lydia, who was about the same age as the now venerable Wythe, was no longer a satisfactory bed partner. Wythe, still lusty beyond his years, now began to satisfy himself with his handsome mulatto bastard. Overcome by his passion for the youth, he made his fatal mistake. The tradition of the Old South was that an owner might sire as many mulatto children as he wished, they being a desirable commercial commodity, and the lighter-skinned, the higher the price. An equally powerful tradition was that such offspring could never inherit money or property. They were often left some clothing, perhaps a gold watch, but the owner was never expected to award them status by willing them large sums of money or land holdings.

Because he violated this fundamental principle, Wythe was murdered by his rightful heir. Wythe's will provided that if Mike preceded him in death, Sweeney would receive the entire estate. Sweeney prepared coffee for his granduncle and Mike, and laced it heavily with arsenic. They both died in agony. Sweeney was charged with murder, and much damaging evidence was presented against him; that he had purchased arsenic, and testimony from Lydia that she had seen him put something in the coffee. Nevertheless, Edmund Randolph, who defended Sweeney, won acquittal by jury. Thus George Wythe, the father of the legal profession in the United States, had a personal history rife with miscegenation, homosexuality, and murder by arsenic poisoning. Here again, we can only conjecture that much of the later antics of the legal profession in America would prove to be equally colorful if its true history could be revealed to the public. Wythe had violated a basic principle by which his society lived, and so his murder went unpunished. The scene is worthy of a turgid drama in ancient Rome, perhaps to be set to music by Verdi; an aging aristocrat resolves to leave his estate to his compliant catamite, and is promptly poisoned by an angry relative. Somehow, one is not surprised to find that the principal actor in this sweaty drama is also the acknowledged founder of the legal profession in America.

Edmund Randolph made another appearance to defend a noted criminal; after he had delayed government action against Edmond Genet, Genet was finally deported. The plot to set up a rival republic in Louisiana was then taken over by the Masonic leaders Edward Livingston and Aaron Burr. Burr was finally brought to trial for treason in sensational proceedings which were conducted in Richmond, Virginia. Here again, the Masons brought in their former Grand Master, Edmund Randolph, to defend Burr. Not surprisingly, the sitting judge was Chief Justice John Marshall, who was at that time Grand Master of the Lodge of Virginia. Burr was acquitted. Indeed to have convicted him, one would have needed the strength to defy the entire Masonic Canaanite conspiracy in the United States. No such person appeared.

The amazing acquittal of Burr by his Masonic fellow-conspirators has been repeated thousands of times in the Virginia courts. Stephen King reports in "The Brotherhood" that in England, from fifty to seventy percent of all judges are Masons, and that ninety percent of the members of the Laws Society (corresponding to our Bar Association) are Masons. The legal system in the United States, from all appearances, has an even higher preponderance of Masons. Thus we have no federal, state, or local courts; we have only Masonic courts. The result is that judicial decisions on Rules of Evidence, motions for or against discovery, and other legal procedures, are decided solely on the basis of whether they will aid or injure a Mason involved in the suit. The Masonic Handbook commands (p. 183-184):

"Whenever you see any of our signs made by a brother Mason, and especially the grand hailing sign of distress, you must always be sure to obey them, even at the risk of your own life. If you are on a jury, and the defendant is a Mason, and makes the grand hailing sign, you must obey it; you must disagree with your brother jurors, if necessary, but you must be sure not to bring the Mason in as guilty, for that would bring disgrace upon our order."

It was for these reasons that Congressman Thaddeus Stevens sponsored a resolution demanding that Freemasonry be suppressed, denouncing it as "a secret, oath-bound, murderous institution that endangers the continuance of Republican government," and further demanded that being a Mason would be cause for peremptory challenge in court, and made it unlawful for a Mason to sit as judge in a trial involving another Mason. For years, thousands of Americans have been puzzled by the odd decisions rendered in our courts. They do not know what has taken place; the victims of these injustices have no way of knowing that they have been subjected to the arrant assumptions of an Oriental despotism masquerading under color of law; that no justice can be administered if the Judge has taken an oath under penalty of death to always rule in favor of a brother Mason. But, asks the doubter, what if both parties in a lawsuit are Masons, and the judge is a Mason what then? In that case, my friend, the case will be judged on its merits. However, if a non-Mason is a party to the suit, he is bound to lose.

The Masonic Handbook continues:

"You must conceal all crimes of your brother Masons . . . , except murder and treason, and these only at your own option, and should you be summoned as a witness against a brother Mason, be always sure to shield him. Prevaricate, don't tell the truth in this case, keep his secrets, forget the important parts, ft may be perjury to do this, it is true, but you are keeping your obligations."

This writer knows of cases where a Mason was called into a case to commit perjury against his own brother, in order to defend a fellow Mason. This writer has been involved in many lawsuits in which subornation of perjury by Masonic lawyers was the order of the day; altered records, legal documents which the clerks of the court denied ever receiving even though they had been personally handed to them, judges who do not bother to even read the motions filed by a non-Mason, and important documents supporting his charges which are stolen from his home, including copies of checks, receipts, and other vital papers. The Will of Canaan instructs these criminals, "Never tell the truth," and they are faithful to Canaan's admonition. This is justice as it is handed out in a legal system which is dominated by Masons, and Virginia is one of the prime offenders. This writer has frequently sent in complaints against Masonic lawyers and judges to the United States Attorneys; in every case, the Department of Justice replied to documented evidence of blackmail and extortion, "You should hire a private attorney." In other words, find yourself a Masonic lawyer and take it from there. The Masonic Handbook says,

"If you cheat, wrong, or defraud any other society or individual, it is entirely your business. If you cheat government even, Masonry cannot and will not touch you; but be very careful not to cheat, wrong, or defraud a brother Mason or lodge. Who ever else you may defraud, live up to your [Masonic] obligations."

This again is merely a restatement of the Will of Canaan. The Virginia courts are particularly vicious in the legal procedures involving pretrial discovery, or questioning of the opponent. In many civil lawsuits, this writer has seen his discovery demands ignored by the opponent without penalty, but in every instance, when the opponent and his Masonic lawyers make the most outrageous demands upon this writer, the judge never fails to place him under court order to provide whatever the opponent requests. In a recent suit in which this writer sued to recover substantial embezzlement of the proceeds of his history of the Federal Reserve System, the embezzler had his attorneys place this writer under court order to produce all of his expense accounts and income tax returns for the past thirty-three years! When he could not do so, he was faced with an indeterminate jail sentence, with the alternative offered by the lawyers that he could turn over the entire bank account of proceeds from the sale of his book. This was done; the result of thirty-five years work went to an unprincipled person who had had the foresight to hire two of the most influential politically connected law firms in Virginia to defend him. In any case, this writer, not being a Mason, had no expectation of obtaining justice in any American court, and he never has.

Virginia's Legacy of Corruption

The American system of jurisprudence, as practiced, is the enshrinement of a system of Oriental despotism to compel non-Masons to accede to enslavement by Masons. This system, which has no relationship to the Constitution of the United States, derives its authority from the Hindu law book of Manu, "The whole world is kept in order by punishment." This is the complete opposite of the law of the people of Shem, as enshrined in the Anglo-Saxon common law, and which is based on the assumption that because men are basically good, they should never be compelled to do any act against their will.

Karl Wittfogel exposes the system in his work, "The Hydraulic Society," in which he defines our legal system as a system of Oriental despotism which is based on the government's control of water supplies, their subsequent allotment of these supplies to favored adherents, and the condemning of everyone else to suffer from lack of water for agricultural endeavors or home needs. Thus government agencies have made great strides-in seizing control of water, the latest being the Virginia bureaucracy's desperate effort to place all rural wells under state control, and to meter them, charging the farmer for the water on his own land! This Soviet plan is frenetically supported by agricultural "experts," colleges, and other bureaucrats.

The ensuing disrespect for law and order creates a climate in which the citizen no longer can believe or trust anyone or any official. This produces desperation, which in turn will soon produce social change. We have reached the apogee of cynical manipulation of our legal system by perjurers and criminal conspirators acting on the instructions of their Masonic Canaanite order. Either we will restore the rule of law, or these Oriental despots will reduce us all to serfs obedient to their every command. To walk into a courtroom in Virginia and hear the snickers of the Masonic lawyers and judges, contemptuous of anyone who has not had the foresight to enlist themselves in their sinister conspiracy, is to realize the final degradation of a once proud state and its people. The dignity of the office of Governor of Virginia may be measured by the fact that it was once purchased by a DuPont heiress as a birthday gift for her husband. She later explained at a Capitol tea, "I wanted to get him some antique furniture for his birthday, and when I shopped around, I found that the Governor's chair was the cheapest thing on the market!"

An Ohio businessman who had settled in Virginia found that he needed a certain measure passed by the state legislature in order to protect his enterprise. He nervously asked a prominent Virginia landowner, "Can I look for someone down there who needs some financial assistance?" "Don't be ridiculous!" snorted his friend. "You couldn't buy a single one of those people. They were all bought and paid for before they got there!

The Byrd legacy lives on in the iron control maintained over every aspect of life in Virginia, the press, state and local governments, education, and the Masonic control of the court system. The carpetbagger tradition was upheld in the area when two wealthy carpetbaggers, Rockefeller of New York and Robb of Texas and points west, encountered no difficulty in purchasing office. Jay Rockefeller bought the Governorship of West Virginia (which had been illegally torn from Virginia territory during the Civil War). Charles Robb became Governor of Virginia, after claiming descent from one John Lewis, who fled from Ireland after committing murder. As a handsome young Marine officer, Robb had caught the roving eye of President Lyndon Johnson, who later married him off to his daughter. Thus Robb became the beneficiary of the Johnson millions, which, like the Byrd empire, had been amassed during a lifetime career of dedicated service to the public.

As Governor, Robb created his own revolution, ruthlessly firing Virginians with good records, and replacing them with blacks and feminists. Their socialist policies created havoc in many departments, most notably in the department of corrections, where widespread prison riots destroyed Robb's hopes of higher public office. As part of his Canaanite scheme to further degrade Virginians, he offered $1,000 in cash to any black who would enroll in Virginia schools, but there were few takers.

With the state of Virginia in shambles as the result of Robb's policies, the Republican Party was a shoo-in to regain the state offices. Knowing they would lose anyway, the Democrats decided to run a black as Lieutenant Governor, the first such candidate for statewide office. Amazingly enough, the Republican national leaders then instructed the Virginia Republicans not to mount a campaign in opposition, claiming that they might be interpreted as being "anti-black." The Republicans abandoned their campaign, and the surprised Democrats easily won, with no opposition. They immediately imposed a $426 million tax increase on all Virginians; the Republicans had been firmly opposed to any tax increase. It was estimated that each vote for the Democrats in this election would cost the unfortunate taxpayers in Virginia an additional $1,000 per year.

In this recital of Masonic power and its incumbent operations in the state of Virginia, we have not wished to slight any other state. In New York, Illinois, and other states, the Masonic conspirators dictate the choice of political candidates, how they will be financed, and whether they will be elected. The criminals are committed to maintaining Masonic control through their demoniacal Babylonian monetary system, which gives them absolute power; they control every aspect of the economic system through their techniques of taxation and interest. Every act of government is legislated with this program in view.

In 1967, this writer issued a public appeal to the people of Virginia, titled "Fifty Years of Shame," which concluded with the demand:

"5. Restoration of the government of Virginia to the people of Virginia. Abolition of all Soviet-type trusts such as the ABC Board and restoration of free enterprise and small individually-owned businesses. Soon the Byrd era will only be a dark stain on the history of this fair state. Let us work together to achieve the Virginia that we love, the Virginia that we want, the Virginia of our great traditions!"

Despite statewide distribution of this appeal, the craven and demoralized citizens of Virginia feared to make a single response.