I routinely check the obituaries for my home town of Billings, Montana. No doubt others do the same exercise for their past hometowns. I spent many years there, knew many people, and knew of many more people. Today I came across a man I did not know, but who was very prominent. His obituary can be found here. His name was Jack Rehberg. His obit is a very well written and interesting tribute to this accomplished, energetic, generous and optimistic man. I am not writing this to detract from his remarkable legacy in any way. I am especially impressed at how he met the love of his life, a neighbor girl, and determined that he would marry her someday. Prior to the marriage, he would park his car in front of her house so that potential rivals would think she was occupied. Well played, sir!
They were married for 68 years.
This is what caught my attention:
Throughout his life, Jack was an active member of the Freemasons where he served as Master for Ashlar Lodge #29, Grand Master of Montana (1980-1981), and Member of the Scottish Rite Supreme Council for 28 years, achieving the rank of 33rd degree. He was especially proud of his time spent as an Advisor to the Billings Chapter of DeMolay where, leading by example, he helped young boys develop into successful men by quietly instilling in them the ethics of hard work, accountability, and self-confidence.
It’s been said by many that the number ’33’ is used in spook operations as a signalling device to other Freemasons that what they are witnessing or reading is fake, and not what it appears to be on the surface. Once we see it, we cannot un-see it. Two examples:
- Humans tend to be a cooperative species, and tend to be kindhearted and generous. In the entertainment world, we are portrayed as violent, hateful, bigoted, and deceitful. After the Civil War, when slaves were in early emancipation and slowly finding their way, there was an effort to create disharmony between them and the majority of citizens. It was called the Ku Klux Klan, or KKK. “K” is the 11th letter of the alphabet, so that KKK=33. It was an Intelligence front. The question I ask is why they felt the need to create hatred and disharmony? Could it be because without that, we would have learned early on to get along? Anyway, there it is, 33 writ large, an open signal that the closeted governing forces in the land want us to be divided against ourselves.
- March 11, 2020, WHO declared a world-wide pandemic. It is, of course, fake, and the unstated goals do not bode well for us. Need I say more?
The thing that confuses me is that Freemasonry is a force that creates so much division and hatred, and yet the men I have known or know of who are Freemasons are like Jack Rehberg, outstanding citizens and good people. The oaths they take, in addition to secrecy of course, are probably to be upstanding and loyal citizens and family members. I doubt very much that within their rites are pledges to do great harm, as the two examples above define.
If the signalling is read correctly, the KKK and the fake pandemic are Freemason operations.
It is too deep for me.
PS: Rehberg was associated with the Order of Demolay, where “…he helped young boys develop into successful men by quietly instilling in them the ethics of hard work, accountability, and self-confidence.” You don’t often hear that word, “accountability,” but it is a principle of adulthood. Jack Nicholson’s character in As Good as it Gets, author Melvin Udall, was asked by a woman how he managed to write his female characters so well. He answered “I take a man, and remove reason and accountability.” Ouch. But the reason Demolay came to my mind was another man who apparently benefited greatly from it, Pete Rose. I have long wondered if his gambling scandal was not a Masonic shaming ritual. It certainly gave the public the (false) impression that baseball polices gambling.