HRH Prince Philippe of Araucanía, the Freemason

Harry S. Truman was a Freemason. You know, the one who shall live in infamy, as far as I'm concerned, since he approved the dropping of an atomic bomb on the people of Hiroshima on 6 August, and the dropping of another one on Nagasaki, on 9 August 1945.

So was George Washington.

Here is, by the way, a list of all the US Presidents who were definitely Masons  for some time in their lives:
  1. George Washington
  2. James Monroe
  3. Andrew Jackson
  4. James Polk
  5. James Buchanan
  6. Andrew Johnson
  7. James Garfield
  8. William McKinley
  9. Theodore Roosevelt
  10. Howard Taft
  11. Warren Harding
  12. Franklin Roosevelt
  13. Harry Truman
  14. Gerald Ford
Lyndon Johnson was initiated on the first degree only, so he never became a "Master Mason".

Ronald Reagan was not a Freemason, although he was presented an honorary membership into the Scottish Rite. This is a title only, by the way. He was never initiated as a Mason.

James Madison was not a Freemason.

Thomas Jefferson is in the same boat as Madison. While the almost Leonardian genius was an extremely open-minded person, there is no evidence he was a Mason, so even Masons  don't consider him a Masonic  president.

This doesn't exclude that Jefferson may have joined for a short time, because he was a very curious fellow, or that folks like George Washington, who was swayed to join in his youth, actually had very little involvement, and after the American Revolution/Civil War, wanted nothing to do with the Freemasons. It appears that by the end of his life, Washington had repented of his youthful mistake.

Do you know who was another Mason?

HRH Prince Philippe of Araucania (née Philippe Boiry).

You know, he who recently passed away, and was pretender to the throne of the Kingdom of Araucanía and Patagonia?

By the way, by Mason I don't mean he was a bricklayer, mason, or general contractor like Saint Joseph, the husband of Mary and Jesus' foster father.

No, he's the kind of Mason I believe would have badly needed to do at least a day's worth of real labour, in the sun, mixing cement by hand, and carrying it to Giuseppe, as they call him in Italy, while he was building some long brick wall.

It's kind of fun stuff, and could you imagine Jesus pushing a wheelbarrow while thinking of things completely inconsequential to masonry or construction?

Well, knowing this now, I'm completely grateful that the Kingdom of Araucanía and Patagonia has a real prince, HRH Prince Stanislas I (née Stanislas Louis Parvulesco), who was elected on 22 June 2014, by a real Roman Catholic priest.

It is also important to note that he received the blessing of a real, albeit adopted, Native American Medicine Man (PDF) that I know, so that's like having a Diplomate's (DD) and Professional's Degree (PD) [1], and I don't mean those Masonic degrees they grant at those other desecrating institutions!

I'm not sure all Freemasons are anti-Catholic, anti-Christian, or anti-religious, but I'm pretty certain they are all scheming anti-societalists.

Ask a Freemason  — Controversy, Rumor, and Secrecy

US Masonic  Presidents — The Masonic  Trowel

Philippe Boiry — obituary

Hommage  Maçonnique à S.A.R. le Prince Philippe d'Araucanie et de Patagonie
(Masonic  tribute to HRH Prince Philippe of Araucanía and Patagonia)

Stella Philippi Araucaniae (PDF)

Long live His Royal Highness Stanislas I!

Yes, We Tram? No, We Trump!

The power to ordain — who has it?

HRH Stanislas I mourns for the French nation
HMRD Cesidio Tallini [2, 3]