Shining light on the Corruption and Deceit of the Freemasons

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Shining light on the Corruption and Deceit of the Freemasons
« on: November 04, 2014, 11:11:20 PM »

Shining light on the Corruption and Deceit of the Freemasons

It's highly unlikely that the Freemasons are an alien race of shape-shifting lizard-people, or have played a part in every major crime that has ever been committed. However, there is enough information on the internet suggesting that the Freemasons would be the correct organization to join, were someone hoping for an invite to the Bilderberg Group or wishing to become part of the Illuminati, that it would be surprising if the Masons were not attracting the sort of people desperate for power, influence and money.
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Now, if someone asked you "What is a Mason?". Maybe you'd say, as we used to believe, that Freemasonry is simply a secretive organization for starchy old men with nothing better to do, that consists of rolling up your trouser legs, wearing a leather apron and giving funny handshakes - that all sounds pretty bizarre, but the truth is stranger than you might have imagined.

Some people have argued that Freemasons shouldn't be criticised because they raise large sums of money for charitable causes (something which is certainly very commendable). But then, plenty of other organisations have also raised money for charity - without feeling any need to indulge in secret rituals, award each other grandiose titles, or swear oaths to cover each other's backs. Further, we must also be careful that charity fundraising and supposed good works are not being manipulated and abused as a cover for sexual abuse, which seems to have been the case with Sir Jimmy Savile and Sir Cyril Smith, during their lifetimes.

For most of us, charity means giving help to those in need - regardless of age, beliefs, disability, gender, pregnancy, race or sexual orientation - but studying the Freemason organization, charity for them seems to mean manipulating Gift Aid and the favourable tax treatment afforded to charities, so that they can give more to themselves and their friends.

To illustrate this, if you visit the United Grand Lodge of England website, you can click on the "Charitable Work" link, and discover that Freemasons channel their charitable efforts through four charities. Then, if you check the eligibility requirements for each of those supposed charities, you will see that they all restrict their help to Freemasons, former Freemasons and close dependents of Freemasons.

Therefore, if you give money to one of the Masonic Charities, you might believe that you are supporting worthy local causes, but in fact all you are likely doing is making a payment into some Freemason's Healthcare scheme, Insurance policy or Pension pot, etc.

Indeed, the Taxman recently agreed with us, when Judge Charles Hellier ruled that the Freemason governing body was not sufficiently "philanthropic" to be exempt from VAT. Noting that only between 25 and 30 percent of the Grand Lodge's charity donation go to causes with no Masonic connections, stating:

It is not that benefitting others who happen to be Masons does not display goodwill towards mankind in general, but that if that is coupled with a hope or expectation of personal benefit, some of the aim loses its quality of benevolence. To the extent that monies were paid with the hope or expectation of self-insurance, their payment does not seem to us to be an act of philanthropy. The aim of encouraging such giving does not appear to be a philanthropic aim.

Researching a little deeper into Freemasonry, we find that the Masons are to be found behind quite a number of scandals and outrages over the years - Mozart's death, Licio Gelli and the Propaganda Due outrage, the murder of Roberto Calvi (God's Banker), the disgraceful treatment of former Chief Inspector Brian Woollard, whilst just recently it has transpired that Norwegian mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik is also a Mason. A leaked secret Metropolitan Police investigation from 2002 known as 'Operation Tiberius' revealed that organised crime gangs used Freemason contacts to "recruit corrupted officers" inside Scotland Yard. Another leaked secret Serious Organised Crime Agency (SOCA) report from 2008, known as 'Project Riverside' claimed that criminals were still corrupting police officers through Freemason members in a bid to further their interests. No action to stem the corruption seems to have been taken, whilst the growing list of masonic crimes is apparently endless.

A hint to the skullduggery indulged in by Freemasons is given in the writings of Albert Pike, who penned the Masonic guidebook "Morals and Dogma", in which he affirms:

Masonry [...] conceals its secrets from all except the Adepts and Sages, or the Elect, and uses false explanations and misinterpretations of its symbols to mislead those who deserve only to be mislead; to conceal the Truth, which it calls light, and draw them away from it. [pages 104-5]

Regardless of what you believe, the Freemason's United Grand Lodge of England (the largest such organization) claims to have over 250,000 affiliated members. A high percentage of which turn out to be Public servants, or Members of Parliament (Two Masonic Lodges operate in the Palace of Westminster, and nearly every Lord Mayor of London since the start of the last century has been a Freemason). Oftentimes, these characters also turn out to have rather dubious personal histories - many of which you will be able to read about in the pages of this website.

It's also undisputed that Freemasons spend a lot of their time adorning themselves with vainglorious titles, Masonic medals, robes and finery. Then, in everyday life, they will use Square and Compasses jewellery, along with similar accessories, to covertly indicate their Masonic membership to other Freemasons, and thereby surreptitiously be able to obtain preferential treatment, to the detriment of "the profane" (the label that Freemasons give us non-Masons).

Most importantly, Masonic Public servants - who should be putting the interests of the British public first in their day-to-day duties - will have taken blood-curdling oaths to always put the interests of other Freemasons before anyone else when they were initially recruited into the organization, under no less penalty than ritual murder, mutilation and being disappeared like the victim of a South American Death squad.

In fact, Cecil Rolph Hewitt, Criminologist, Author, Journalist and former Vice-President of the Howard League for Penal Reform, who joined the City of London Police in 1921, and writing as C. H. Rolph, in an article for the weekly news magazine Police Review in September 1981, said:

I saw enough chicanery and favouritism fostering Freemasonry in the Police service to satisfy me that it ought to be barred. It wasn't so much that the Masons got actual preferment (though I'm sure some of them did); they believed they would, and the belief devalued their characters in a way that was as odd as it was disturbing.

Previous to that in 1969, David Thomas, a former Head of Monmouthshire CID, stated:

[T]he insidious effect of Freemasonry among the Police has to be experienced to be believed.

More recently, PC Kitit Gordhandas, from West Yorkshire Police, wrote to Police Review saying:

I feel that Freemasonry stands for white, male, middle-class members working for the advancement of themselves and their fellow Masons.

It appears highly likely then, that Freemasons do perform acts of mutual advancement and improper favour-swapping. Both of which are actions that any right-minded person would agree are incompatible with being a Public servant, and which should preclude that person from taking part in any sort of Public Office.

As the old saying goes "No man can serve two masters".

To solve similar problems, millions of Public servants sign the Official Secrets Act, which curbs their right to publish, discuss or otherwise disseminate information which they may learn in the course of their work. Additionally, members of the Armed forces and the Police surrender their civil liberty to withdraw their labour and go on strike. Whilst no Civil servant or Policemen is allowed to stand as a candidate in local or national elections without first having resigned from his or her employment.

Therefore, imposing a similar curb on members of the Police service and Civil servants in respect of Freemasonry has an undeniable precedent. People would retain the right to join shadowy organizations that swear oaths to support their own members ahead of everyone else, such as the Freemasons, the Knights of St. Columba or the Order of the Eastern Star - but they would then lose the right to remain as Policemen or Civil servants, etc.

This same rule could then be imposed upon other Public servants, such as MPs, Judges, Magistrates and Local Councillors - After all, these selfsame officials regularly tell us that "Those with nothing to hide have nothing to fear".

Until this happens, it is not enough for Public servants to claim that they behave with integrity. They must been seen to be doing so too. And, since most of the general public still knows very little about who is or isn't a Freemason, they are being kept in the dark as to whom they can trust, when it comes to dealing with MPs, Judges, Lords, Magistrates, Barristers, Local Councillors and members of the Police, etc.

The very word 'secrecy' is repugnant in a free and open society; and we are as a people inherently and historically opposed to secret societies, to secret oaths, and to secret proceedings. ~~ John F. Kennedy
© 2014 Falling Masonry. We know that some information is a little sketchy, but since Freemasons are so secretive, it's difficult to discover exact details of who they are or what they do. So, this is where you can help, if you know better sources of evidence, have corrections, updates or even information about people wrongly described as Masons, then do contact us  in confidence.
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Re: Shining light on the Corruption and Deceit of the Freemasons
« Reply #1 on: November 04, 2014, 11:52:57 PM »
A list of Lords and Peers of the Realm, who are Freemasons or Bilderberg attendees

(These lists are currently being researched - keep checking back for the latest information.)


Title / Affiliation

Source of evidence / Peer's Masonic Lodge

Eric Ashby
Lord Ashby Bilderberg attendee (1970)

Paddy Ashdown
Lord Ashdown of Norton-sub-Hamdon (Liberal Democrat) Bilderberg participant (1989)

Ralph Assheton
Baron Clitheroe; Conservative MP for Rushcliffe (1934-1945), City of London (1945-1950), Blackburn West (1950-1955) Bilderberg attendee (1954)

Clement Atlee
Earl Attlee; Former Labour Prime Minister (1945-1951) Hugh Dalton makes the claim in his memoir "The Fateful Years"

Michael Baillie
Baron Burton HeraldScotland, 1 June 2013

John Balcombe
Lord Justice Balcombe 1985 Masonic Year Book

John F.H. Baring
Baron Ashburton, former Chairman, Baring Brothers & Co. Ltd Bilderberg participant (1980,1984,1986)

Christopher Bathurst
The Rt Hon Viscount Bledisloe 2007 Buckinghamshire Masonic Directory

Irwin Bellow
Lord Bellwin; former Leeds City Councilor, involved in the Shire Oak scandal Leeds Other Paper, 12 December 1986

Conrad Black
Lord Black of Crossharbour (Non-affiliated); Convicted of Mail fraud & Obstruction of justice Richard Keeble's book "Ethics for Journalists" notes Lord Black as a Freemason; Bilderberg delegate (1983,1985-95)

Tessa Blackstone
Baroness Blackstone (Labour); Master, Birkbeck College, University of London; Opposition Spokesman on Education, House of Lords Bilderberg attendee (1990)

Adam Bligh
Earl of Darnley Punch magazine, January 1999

Thomas Boardman
Lord Boardman of Welford; Chairman, National Westminster Bank Plc Bilderberg attendee (1986)

Robert Boothby
Lord Boothby; Conservative MP for Aberdeen & Kincardine East (1924-50); Aberdeenshire Eastern (1950-58) Bilderberg attendee (1954)

Richard Boyle
Earl of Shannon The Guardian, 29 September 2006; 2011 Masonic Knights Templar Year Book

Leon Brittan
Lord Brittan of Spennithorne (Conservative); Former MP for Cleveland & Whitby (1974-83), Richmond (Yorks) (1983-88) Bilderberg attendee (1992,1998)

George Brown
Baron George-Brown; Deputy Leader of the Labour Party (1960-1970) Bilderberg participant (1978)

John Browne
Lord Browne of Madingley (Crossbench); Group Chief Executive, British Petroleum Company Plc Bilderberg participant (1995,1997-98,2004-06)

Andrew Bruce
Earl of Elgin & Kincardine; ex-head of the Royal Arch in Scotland Grand Lodge of Scotland - List of Office Bearers

Charles Bruce
Earl of Elgin Royal Masonic Cyclopaedia

Edward Bulwer-Lytton
Baron Lytton Grand Patron of Societas Rosicruciana in Anglia (Occult club for Master Masons)

Edward Frederick Lawson
4th Baron Burnham 2007 Buckinghamshire Masonic Directory

William E. H. Lawson
5th Baron Burnham 2007 Buckinghamshire Masonic Directory

Hugh J. F. Lawson
6th Baron Burnham Director of the magazine "Freemasonry Today"

Charles Cadogan
Earl Cadogan 2006 Masonic Year Book

Edward Cadogan
Viscount Chelsea 1982 Masonic Year Book

James Callaghan
Baron Callaghan of Cardiff; former Labour Prime Minister (1976-1979) Bilderberg participant (1963); Invited to Bilderberg Group (1977)

Ian Campbell
Duke of Argyll Lodge Inveraray #50

Angus Campbell-Gray
Lord Gray Athlumney Lodge #3245

Peter Carington
Lord Carrington (Conservative); Ex-Secretary General, NATO; Former Honourary Bilderberg Chairman Bilderberg participant (1978, 1983-84, 1987, 1989-1998,2013)

Andrew Cavendish
Duke of Devonshire Tyrian Lodge #253

Victor Cavendish-Bentick
Duke of Portland; Ambassador to Poland Bilderberg attendee (1958)

John Murray Chadwick
Lord Justice Chadwick 2006 Masonic Year Book

Dermot Chichester
Marquess of Donegal (Grand Master of Ireland) The Telegraph, 20 July 2007

William Clark
Baron Clark of Kempston; Former Tory MP for Croydon South Martin Short claims that William Clark told him that he was a Freemason

Spencer Compton
Marquess of Northampton Catholic Herald, 1 February 2002; Supreme Council 33° Year Book 2013

Charles Cornwall-Legh
Baron Grey of Codnor Domville Lodge #4647

William Douglas Cullen
Lord Cullen of Whitekirk (Crossbench); Served as Lord Justice General & Lord President of the Court of Session Member of the Speculative Society of Edinburgh

Ralf Dahrendorf
Lord Dahrendorf; ex-European Commissioner; Former Warden, St. Antony's College, Oxford Bilderberg attendee (1972,1974,1990,2002)

David Dalrymple
Lord Hailes; Scottish Judge & Historian Royal Masonic Cyclopaedia

Edmund Davies
Baron Edmund-Davies (Judge in Great Train Robbers case) Gray's Inn Lodge #4938

Alec Douglas-Home
Lord Home of the Hirsel; former Tory Prime Minister (1963-64) Bilderberg participant (1986); Bilderberg group Chairman (1977-80)

Mark Dundas
Marquess of Zetland 1982 Masonic Year Book

Sir Joseph Duveen
Baron Duveen; Dubious art dealer Royal Colonial Institute Lodge #3556

Nicholas Eden
Earl of Avon Bilderberg attendee (1979)

Rodney Elton
Lord Elton (Conservative) Bilderberg participant (1977)

David Erskine
Earl of Buchan Royal Masonic Cyclopaedia

Thomas Erskine
Earl of Kellie Royal Masonic Cyclopaedia

Sir Edward Eveleigh
Lord Justice Eveleigh 1985 Masonic Year Book

Sir Henry Wemyss Feilden
Sir Henry Feilden, Bt. 2006 Order of the Secret Monitor Year Book

Geoffrey Fisher
Baron Fisher of Lambeth; Former Archbishop of Canterbury Daily Mail, 22 Jan 1951

Frederick FitzClarence
Lord FitzClarence (Illegitimate son of William IV) Royal Masonic Cyclopaedia

Edmond W. FitzMaurice
7th Earl of Orkney 2007 Buckinghamshire Masonic Directory

Henry James Fitzroy
Earl of Euston 2006 Masonic Knights Templar Year Book

Sir William Forbes
Baron Forbes, Scottish Banker Royal Masonic Cyclopaedia

Sir Charles Forte
Baron Forte, Caterer and Hotelier Bilderberg participant (1977)

Oliver Franks
Lord Franks of Headington in Oxford; Former Ambassador in Washington; Chairman Lloyd's Bank Bilderberg attendee (1954)

David Maxwell Fyfe
Earl of Kilmuir Bilderberg attendee (1957-58)

John Ganzoni
Baron Belstead; former leader of the House of Lords The Independent, 31 October 1995; Kaisir-i-Hind Lodge #1724

Robert Gascoyne-Cecil
Marquess of Salisbury (Conservative) Bilderberg participant (1997)

Shane Gough
Viscount Shane Hugh Maryon Gough Prince of Wales's Lodge #259; 2011 Masonic Knights Templar Year Book; Supreme Council 33° Year Book 2013

Philip Gould
Baron Gould of Brookwood; Public Relations Adviser to Prime Minister Blair Bilderberg attendee (2003)

Douglas Haig
Earl Haig Elgin Lodge #91

David Hannay
Lord Hannay of Chiswick (Crossbench); Former Permanent Representative to the United Nations Bilderberg participant (1995,1998)

George St.Vincent Harris
Baron Harris 1982 Masonic Year Book; 2006 Masonic Knights Templar Year Book

Roy Hattersley
Baron Hattersley; Deputy Leader of the Labour Party (1983-1992) Bilderberg participant (1970)

George Hay
Marquess of Tweeddale Royal Masonic Cyclopaedia

Thomas Hay-Drummond
Earl of Kinnoull Royal Masonic Cyclopaedia

Denis Healey
Lord Healey (Labour); Former Defence Secretary; Former Finance Minister Bilderberg founder & participant (1954,1958,1963-65,1967,1971,1973-75,1980-81,1984,1986,1992)

Michael Heseltine
Lord Heseltine (Conservative); Former Secretary of State for Defence Bilderberg attendee (1984-85)

Malcolm Hilbery
Lord Justice Hilbery Gray's Inn Lodge #4938

Arthur Hill
4th Marquess of Downshire 2007 Buckinghamshire Masonic Directory

Quintin Hogg
Baron Hailsham of St Marylebone Bilderberg participant (1967)

Egerton Hubbard
2nd Baron Addington 2007 Buckinghamshire Masonic Directory

John Jenkins
Lord Glantawe; Liberal MP Carmarthen (1882-6); Oddfellow and Freemason Carmarthen Weekly Reporter, 30 Jul 1915; Talbot Lodge Swansea #1323

Sir Keith Joseph
Conservative MP for Leeds North East (1956-87); Father of "Thatcherism" Numerous sources list the Baron as a Freemason; Bilderberg attendee (1977)

Donald Kaberry
Baron Kaberry of Adel; former Tory MP for Leeds North West, involved in the Shire Oak scandal Leeds Other Paper, 12 December 1986

Frank Kearton
Lord Kearton Bilderberg attendee (1967,1972)

John Kerr
Lord Kerr of Kinlochard (Crossbench); Deputy Chairman, Scottish Power Bilderberg participant (2004-14)

Edward Knollys
Viscount Knollys Bilderberg attendee (1958)

Norman Lamont
Lord Lamont of Lerwick; Conservative MP for Kingston-upon-Thames (1972-97); Former Chancellor of the Exchequer; Director of N.M. Rothschild Bilderberg attendee (1995)

Sir Peter Lane
Baron Lane of Horsell; former chair of the National Union of Conservative Associations Jubilee Masters Lodge #2712

Henry George Charles Lascelles
Earl of Harewood 2006 Masonic Knights Templar Year Book

Nigel Lawson
Lord Lawson of Blaby; Conservative MP for Blaby (1974-92); Former Chancellor of the Exchequer Bilderberg attendee (1982,1990)

Harold Lever
Baron Lever of Manchester; former Cabinet Minister and Financial Secretary Bilderberg participant (1972,1977,1985)

Alexander Lindsay
Earl of Balcarres Royal Masonic Cyclopaedia

James Ludovic Lindsay
Earl of Crawford 2003 West Lancashire Masonic Year Book

Richard Long
Viscount Long; Former Tory MP for Westbury Chaloner Lodge #2644; Lodge of Assistance #2773

Richard Lumley
Lord Scarborough Provincial Grand Lodge of Durham website

Roger Lumley
Earl of Scarborough Reading Eagle, 17 March 1965

Harold Macmillan
Earl of Stockton; Conservative Prime Minister (1957-63) Invited to Bilderberg Group (1958)

Maurice Macmillan
Viscount Macmillan of Ovenden, Conservative MP for Halifax (1955-64), Farnham (1966-83), South West Surrey (1983-84) Bilderberg attendee (1979)

Christopher Makins
Baron Sherfield 1985 Masonic Year Book

George Makgill
Viscount of Oxfuird (Senior Rose Croix Mason) Christopher Andrew's book "The Defence of the Realm"

Peter Mandelson
Lord Mandelson (Labour); MP for Hartlepool (1992-2004); Chairman, Global Counsel LLP; Chairman, Lazard International Bilderberg participant (1999,2008-9,2011-14)

Barry Maxwell
Lord Farnham; Chairman Provident Mutual insurance group The Telegraph, 2 April 2001

Peter Millett
Lord Justice Millett (Crossbench) BBC News, March 5, 1998; Chancery Bar Lodge #2456, Old Harrovian Lodge #4653

Archibald Montgomerie
Earl of Eglinton & Winton Metropolitan Grand Lodge & Grand Chapter of London

Alexander Mountbatten
Marquess of Carisbrooke Prince of Wales Lodge #259; Royal Colonial Institute Lodge #3556

Louis Mountbatten
Lord Mountbatten of Burma Bilderberg participant (1965)

Alexander Murray
Earl of Dunmore Royal Masonic Cyclopaedia

Pauline Neville-Jones
Baroness Neville-Jones (Conservative); Chairman, QuinetiQ; Governor of the BBC, Chairman Information Assurance Advisory Council, former Chairman Joint Intelligence Committee Bilderberg participant (2004)

Christopher John Norton
Lord Rathcreedan 1982 Masonic Year Book

David Ormsby-Gore
Baron Harlech, Former Ambassador to the United States Bilderberg participant (1958)

David Owen
Lord Owen (Crossbench); E.C. Mediator, International Conference on Former Yugoslavia Bilderberg participant (1973,1993)

Cecil Parkinson
Lord Parkinson (Conservative); Former Secretary of State for Energy Potters Bar Lodge #8704; Bilderberg participant (1989)

Thomas Boothby Pasrkyns
Baron Rancliffe 2006 Masonic Knights Templar Year Book

Christopher Patten
Lord Patten of Barnes (Crossbench) Bilderberg participant (2007)

Raymond W. Pennock
Lord Pennock; Deputy Chairman of ICI Bilderberg attendee (1977)

William Hale John Charles Pery
Earl of Limerick 2006 Masonic Knights Templar Year Book

Rupert Ponsonby
Lord De Mauley (Conservative) House of Lords Register of Members interests

Arthur Porritt
Lord Porritt (Past President of the BMA & Surgeon to the Queen) 1982 Masonic Year Book

James Prior
Lord Prior; Chairman, GEC Plc; Former Secretary of State for Emploment for Northern Ireland Bilderberg attendee (1988)

Francis Pym
Baron Pym; Former Conservative Foreign Secretary Bedfordshire & Luton Archives (Pym Archive) holds his Masonic certificates

Giles H. Radice
Lord Radice (Labour); Chairman of the European Movement Bilderberg participant (1995)

George Ramsay
Earl of Dalhousie Royal Masonic Cyclopaedia

Gordon Richardson
Former Governor of the Bank of England Bilderberg participant (1975)

Matthew White Ridley
Viscount Ridley 1985 Masonic Year Book

Geoffrey Rippon
Baron Rippon of Hexham; Conservative MP for Norwich South (1955-64), Hexham (1966-87) Bilderberg attendee (1974)

George Robertson
Baron Robertson of Port Ellen; Former Secretary of State for Defence; Secretary General, NATO Bilderberg attendee (1998,2001)

William Rodgers
Lord Rodgers of Quarry Bank (Liberal Democrat) Bilderberg participant (1974)

Eric Roll
Lord Roll of Ipsden; Bilderberg Group Chairman; Senior Adviser, UBS Warburg Ltd Bilderberg participant (1964,1966-67,1969-75,1977-91,1993-02)

Robert Keith Rous
Earl of Stradbroke 1982 Masonic Year Book

Geoffrey Alexander Rowley-Conwy
Baron Langford 1985 Masonic Year Book

Sir John Sainsbury
Lord Sainsbury of Preston Candover (Conservative); Chairman, J. Sainsbury Plc Bilderberg participant (1982-84,1986)

Alexander Scrymgeour
Earl Dundee (Conservative); Minster of State for Foreign Affairs Bilderberg attendee (1964)

Edward Shackleton
Lord Shackleton Bilderberg attendee (1977,1979)

Hartley Shawcross
Lord Shawcross; Labour MP for St. Helens (1945-58) Bilderberg attendee (1967)

Edward Short
Baron Glenamara of Glenridding, Labour MP for Newcastle upon Tyne Central (1951-1976) Book: "Secret Society of the Freemasons in Bradford"

Christopher Soames
Lord Soames Bilderberg attendee (1981-82)

Edward Stanley
Earl of Derby; MP for King's Lynn (1848-69) 1985 Masonic Year Book; 2003 West Lancashire Masonic Year Book

Sir David Steel
Lord Steel of Aikwood (Liberal Democrat) Bilderberg participant (1977,1979,1986); James Dewar names Lord Steel as a Freemason in his book "The Unlocked Secret"

Henry Dennistoun "Dennis" Stevenson
Lord Stevenson of Coddenham (Crossbench); Chairman SRU Group; Chairman HBOS - during their near-collapse & forced rescue-merger with LloydsTSB Bilderberg attendee (1995); married to daughter of Sir Peter Vanneck [q.v.]

Michael Stewart
Baron Stewart of Fulham; former Member of Parliament for Hammersmith, Fulham Bilderberg participant (1964)

Charles John Chetwynd Talbot
Earl of Shrewsbury & Earl of Talbot 2006 Masonic Knights Templar Year Book

Geoffrey Taylour
Marquess of Headfort Lodge of Assistance #2773

Dick Taverne
Lord Taverne of Pimlico in the City of Westminster; MP for Lincoln (1962-74) Bilderberg attendee (1965,1967-68,1972)

Sydney Templeman
Lord Justice Templeman (Crossbench) 1985 Masonic Year Book

Margaret Thatcher
Baroness Thatcher (Conservative); Former Tory Prime Minister (1975-90) Bilderberg participant (1975); Invited to Bilderberg Group (1986)

George Thomson
Baron Thomson of Monifieth Bilderberg participant (1971)

Charles Townshend
Marquess Townshend 1985 Masonic Year Book

Lloyd Tyrell-Kenyon
Lord Kenyon Coleshill Lodge #7910

John Vane
Baron Barnard Agricola Lodge #7741

John Vivian
Baron Swansea (33° Mason) United Studholme Alliance Lodge #1591; 2006 Masonic Knights Templar Year Book

William Waldegrave
Lord Waldegrave of North Hill (Conservative) Bilderberg participant (1987-88,1990,1995)

Sir George Waller
Lord Justice Waller 1985 Masonic Year Book

Richard Walter
Earl of Donoughmore 2006 Masonic Knights Templar Year Book

George Weidenfeld
Lord Weidenfeld; Publisher Bilderberg attendee (1992)

William Whitelaw
Viscount Whitelaw; Former MP for Penrith & the Border; Home Secretary & Deputy Prime Minister (1979-1988) Numerous sources list the Viscount as a Freemason

John Widgery
Baron Widgery; Former Lord Chief Justice Eamonn McCann's book "Bloody Sunday in Derry";Gray's Inn Lodge #4938

Edward Bootle-Wilbraham
1st Earl of Lathom 2003 West Lancashire Masonic Year Book; 2006 Masonic Knights Templar Year Book

Edward Bootle-Wilbraham
2nd Earl of Lathom Rhondda Leader, 4 Nov 1905; Household Brigade Lodge #2614

Francis Vernon Willey
Lord Barnby; Tory MP for Bradford South Book: "Secret Society of the Freemasons in Bradford"

Gareth Williams
Baron Williams of Mostyn; former Leader of the House of Lords Bilderberg participant (2002-03)

Shirley Williams
Baroness Williams of Crosby (Liberal Democrat) Bilderberg participant (2010,2013)

Harold Wilson
Baron Wilson of Rievaulx; Labour Prime Minister (1964-70&1974-6) Invited to Bilderberg Group (1977)

Patrick Wright
Baron Wright of Richmond; Retired diplomat and ex-Head of HM Diplomatic Service Bilderberg attendee (1991)

Fiennes Wykham
Baron Cornwallis Douglas Lodge #1725

Robert Wynn-Carrington
Marquess of Lincolnshire; Liberal MP for Wycombe (1865-68) 2007 Buckinghamshire Masonic Directory

John Yarde-Buller
Lord Churston Debretts

David Young
Lord Young of Graffham (Conservative) Bilderberg participant (1985-86)

© 2014 Falling Masonry. We know that some information is a little sketchy, but since Freemasons are so secretive, it's difficult to discover exact details of who they are or what they do. So, this is where you can help, if you know better sources of evidence, have corrections, updates or even information about people wrongly described as Masons, then do contact us  in confidence.
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