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A top Mr. Olympia contender has been captured on video tape performing what appears to be witchcraft as part of his training!

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    Official I.F.B.B. Logo Resembles A Symbol Used By An Occult Luciferian Organization - THE FREEMASONS!

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    "The great strength of our Order lies in its concealment;
    let it never appear in any place in its own name,
    but always covered by another name,
    and another occupation."
    - A Masonic Writer

     

    The President of the International Federation of Bodybuilders stated:

    "If you read the logo of our federation, you will see..."(1)

    WAIT A MINUTE! - STOP RIGHT THERE!  How do you read a logo? 

    According to the Webster's Dictionary a logo is a symbol,(2) so, how do you read a logo or symbol?

    Below you will see the logo used by the IFBB. Below the IFBB logo, you will see a logo (or symbol) that looks very similar to that of the IFBB.

    That symbol is of Freemasonry!(3)


      

      

    In the book, Hidden Secrets of Masonry, we read that one way Masons communicate is through symbols.(4)  In fact; all of Freemasonry's secrets are communicated through symbols.(5)

    There are many symbols in Freemasonry and symbol after symbol implies satanic or sexual meanings.(6) The square and compass represent the male and female sexual organs and they also represent pagan gods!(7)

    They are the most common and widely used mystical symbols in Masonry...a sort of trademark for the fraternity.(8)

    When displayed together, they represent sexual intercourse.  The square is the symbol of the male organ and the compass is the symbol of the female organ.(9)

    One of Freemasonry's top leaders stated: "The real meaning of these...is sexual."(10)

    The square and compass symbol is combined with the letter "G" which stands for God.(11) Masonry doesn't point to Jesus Christ as their God.(12)

    It is the sex act that is being worshipped!

    Joe Weider said:

    "Organs...are more than biologically functioning flesh.  They are all linked...having a particular mode of expression.  They function on the pleasure principle...in matters of the soul, the pursuit of pleasure has high priority."(13)

    One Weider bodybuilding magazine article titled "Sex and the Body Builder" reported:

    "The stored bodybuilding potential is tapped for the sexual performance."(14)

    Another Weider Bodybuilding magazine exclaimed:

    "And The Lust Shall Be First."(15) Take a look at it here in the article titled: Weider Magazine Caught Using A Method Practiced By Cults To Further Lead You Into Satanism!

    Compare that to the Satanic writings found in The Book of Satan, chapter three, verse five that reads:

    "Is not "lust and carnal desire" a more truthful term to describe "love"?"(16)

    Weider's words are in alignment with the first of the nine satanic statements that reads:

    "Satan represents indulgence, instead of abstinence!"(17)

    Perhaps it is lust, carnal desire, and indulgence that Weider was talking about when he said, "It is far from being merely a sex magazine, it is for the bodybuilder who wants to find out what really makes him tick!"(18)

    Freemasonry is a religious cult that borrows its doctrinal practices from Satan worship,(19) and so it is with bodybuilding for putting sex and pleasure first.

    Flee also youthful lusts: but follow righteousness, faith, charity, peace, with them that call on the Lord out of a pure heart. - II Timothy 2:22 (KJV)

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    Footnotes:

    1. Ben Weider, C.M., President of the IFBB, "Flex IFBB World Report", Flex (January 1993) 243
    2. Random House Webster's Dictionary, (New York: Random House, 1996) 799
    3. Dr. Cathy Burns, Masonic and Occult Symbols Illustrated, (Mt Carmel, PA: Sharing, 1998) 317
    4. Dr. Cathy Burns, Hidden Secrets of Masonry, (Mt Carmel, PA: Sharing, 1990) 41
    5. Ron G. Campbell, Free From Masonry, (Ventura, CA: Regal A Division of Gospel Light, 1999) 91
    6. Burns, Hidden Secrets of Masonry, 40
    7. Campbell, Free From Masonry, 105
    8. Ibid, 92 and 103
    9. Burns, Masonic and Occult Symbols Illustrated, 317
    10. Jim Shaw and Tom McKenney, The Deadly Deception, Freemasonry Exposed...By One of its Top Leaders, (Lafayette, LA: Huntington House, 1988) 143
    11. Bob Larson, Larson's New Book of Cults, (Wheaton, IL, Tyndale House Publishers, 1989) 237
    12. Jack Harris, Freemasonry, (New Kensington, PA: Whitaker House, 1983) 80
    13. Joe Weider, Editorial, Muscle & Fitness, (June 1995), 10
    14. Armand Tanny, Sex and the Bodybuilder, Muscle & Fitness (July 1983), 145
    15. "And the Lust Shall Be First", Flex, (February 1996), 34
    16. Anton Szandor LaVey, The Satanic Bible, (New York: The Hearst Corporation, 1969), 33
    17. Ibid, 25
    18. "Sound Off Here", Muscle Builder/Power, (December 1971), 58 and 59
    19. Harris, Freemasonry, 176




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