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Freemason (idea)
Freemasonry started with the ancient Egyptian faith and the geometry of Phoenician masonry. Astrology, magic, alchemy, and various symbol systems from ancient Babylon are also essential courses. Mysticism and Cavalla were added, as Illuminati joined, resulting in humanism, New World order, Nietzsche's ideas, fascism and communism. Among them, let's searcch about 'geometry', 'the idea of Nietzsche' and 'Satanic worship'.
1. Geometry
Freemasons value geometry and use many geometric symbols: triangles, pentagons, hexagonal stars. Because the origin of Freemasonry is a masonry, geometric knowledge was required to build stones at the time of lack of cement or steel. Hiram Sharif of the Tyre Kingdom used geometric knowledge to build Solomon's temple, and Freemason thinks Hiram Sharif as the original of Freemason.
The geometry we know is the basis of the Greek Euclid, who studied in Alexandria, Egypt. Geometry is the basis of mathematics and physics, the basis of architecture and engineering, and Einstein's theory of relativity and modern quantum mechanics are also based on geometry. We will look at the history of geometric development in mathematics and physics.
So let's study geometric achievements of Euclid, Descartes, Gauss, Einstein.
a) Euclide
In Egypt and Babylon, where ancient civilizations developed, the concept of space was created as land surveying developed to build buildings, 'land survey' became 'geometry' in Greek. In Egypt, they had to pay taxes on land harvest to Pharaoh, and they learned how to get area of squares, trapezoids, circles, and so on.
So the Greek philosophers and mathematicians Thales, Pythagoras, and Euclid all studied in Egypt. Pythagoras has found and proved the formula for finding the hypotenuse of the right triangle. Euclid founded a school in Alexandria, the city of Alexander the Great, and taught his disciples, and wrote a book about Geometry, which is the basis of geometry.
Euclid clearly defined the term, and by using axioms and proven theorems to draw conclusions by allowed logical rules, humans opened their eyes to reason and laid the foundations for academic development. This process is to make the right judgment by pursuing the truth by logical judgment and proof because human intuitive judgment is always errorful and inaccurate.
"The square of the hypotenuse of a right triangle is equal to the sum of the squares of the other two sides. ", is truth because the formula of the triangle has been proved in different ways by many people, including Pythagoras and Euclid. There are 280 ways to prove Pythagorean theorem. Euclid presented 23 definitions and 10 axioms, and based on this, proved 465 theorems:
Euclid defined for point, line, straight line, circles, or right angle, for example, parallel line definition is "lines that are in one plane and extend unlimitedly in both directions, and do not meet each other in any direction". The circle is "a planar figure with a single curve, with all straight lines drawn from one point(centre) inside the circle to the circle are equal, The right angle is "If the two adjacent angles that are made up of straight line and straight line, are the same, the two angles are right angles."
Axiom is a proposition that is judged to be correct without proof. In other words, when you intuitively judge, it is a proposition that is so natural that you do not need proof.
1. If there are two arbitrary points, one line with the two points as the end point can be drawn; 2. Arbitrary line can be extended unlimitedly in any direction; 3. A circle can be drawn with an arbitrary radius, focusing on arbitrary point 4. All right angles are the same
5. When there is one straight line and one outer point(a point that is not on the straight line), there is only one straight line on the same plane that parallel to a given straight line as it passes through its outer point.
Axioms up to 1 to 4 are universally valid truths that do not require proof. However, the 5th parallel axiom is not natural, so Euclide did not like it. The way to violate parallel axioms is that there is no parallel line or there are more than one parallel lines passing through one external point. In the end, this axiom, which seems intuitively correct but not proven, has caused a lot of controversy and is a great opportunity to change the paradigm of mankind.
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Descartes
Philosopher and mathematician Descartes graduate the Jesuit school and joined the army, and always studied mathematics. He simplified Euclid's geometry theorem, for example, the circle is "x^{2} + y^{2} = r^{2}". Descartes translated space into numbers, and then he used it to reconstruct geometry into algebra. He converted the space into a graph consisting of the coordinates of the xaxis and the yaxis.
You can now display all points on a plane in two numbers, denoted as (x,y). Also, the opposite axis can be expressed using the  sign, which is called the 'Cartesian coordinates'. The emergence of coordinate systems has revealed that ellipses, hyperbolics, and parabola can be defined as simple equations.
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Gauss
Gauss is a mathematician who reversed Euclid's parallel axiom in 2,000 years. Previously, there was an attempt to prove it with questions about parallel axioms, but nobody see completion. Even Euclid has never used parallel axioms, proving 28 theorems.
Karl Friedrich Gauss was born in Braunschweig, Germany, in 1777, 50 years after Newton's death. A famous anecdote about Gauss is that he saved 5050 by adding 101, 50 times to the addition problem of adding from 1 to 100 by his teacher when he was 9 years old in the same way as '1 + 100, 2 + 99'.
After learning Gauss' talent, the teacher introduced him to a math assistant. Gauss questioned Euclid's parallel axioms from the age of 12, and studied the curved space. Recognizing Gauss' talent, the Duke of Ferdinand sponsored him, and Gauss entered Gimnasium(high school) at the age of 15, and entered the University of Göttingen at the age of 18.
In 1816, Gauss, who worked as a professor of mathematical astronomy at Göttingen, completed an equation that defined the relationship of the triangular parts in the noneuclid space with a structure today called hyperbolic geometry. Hyperbolic space is a space that occurs when you put the assumption that there is a large number of parallel lines that pass through a given external point for any straight line.
One of the consequences from this new assumption is that the sum of the triangular internal angles are always less than 180 degrees, which is called the 'Angular Defect'. Large triangle have greater angular losses than small triangle, so smaller triangle are more Euclidean than large triangle. In hyperbolic space, you can get close to Euclidean form, but you can not reach Euclidean form.
Simplification of hyperbolic space(noneuclid space) is that a twodimensional planar circle with finite size:
In hyperbolic space, a straight line is an arbitrary arc that meets the outer line of the circle vertically. The upper circle in the above figure is hyperbolic space, and the straight line can meet vertically at the boundary of the circle, and there may be several parallel lines that are outside the line and pass one point. The bottom of the above figure is Euclidean space, which is parallel axioms.
Differential geometry is a theory of curved planes, describing planes in a coordinate setting method set by Descartes, and analyzing planes using differential. Differential geometry is not only used for airplanes and car designs, but also the surface itself is considered space. For example, the Earth's surface can also be thought of as space.
Gauss' progress is the idea that the curvature of surface can be explored without relying on a larger space, and only on its surface itself. The idea that space is bent, but not bent to be something in a larger dimension of space, is essential in Einstein's general relativity theory.
Is the shortest route from New York to Madrid on the same latitude a route straight east along the latitude line? No, the shortest path is to go around to the arc shape as shown above. Even if you roll a bowling ball, it follow this shortest path, and migratory birds are geniuses that move to the shortest path.
The shortest distance between any two points on Earth is a curve that follows the Great Circle. The Great Circle is the largest circle that can be drawn on the surface of the earth, and the center of the circle is matches the center of the earth. The Great Circle plays a straight line in the axiom of Euclid, and the longitude and equatorial lines are Great Circles. Gauss's disciple, Riemann, found the nonEuclidean space suitable for the spherical surface: the elliptic space as above.
d) Einstein
Gauss and Lehmann presented mathematically curved spaces, but the reality, causes, and physical proofs of the curved spaces remained homework. A material with mass on space bends the surrounding space, and the bending is transmitted around it to attract the surrounding material.
Newton found that the force that work between the moon and the earth, by linking the moon's motion and Kepler's law, is proportional to the mass of the moon and the Earth, and inversely proportional to the square of the distance. Newton thought that the above relational formula is established not only between the moon and the earth but also between all objects with mass.
This is called the law of universal attraction and proportional constant G is called universal attraction constant The G value is as follows.
Einstein explained this by recognizing the gravitational field as a geometric bending of fourdimensional space and time. Both Lehmann and Einstein conceived a nonEuclid space that was influenced by curvature through the same mathematical idea.
Polishborn Jewish Albert Einstein (1879.3.14 – 1955.4.18) immigrated to the United States with his parents when he was three years old, grew up in Nevada, and studied at Lincoln Male High School. He graduated from the National Institute of Technology in Switzerland and worked for five years as a manager of the Bern Patent Office.
Special relativity theory reversed the classical mechanics of Newton, which was dominant until then, fundamentally changed the conventional concept of time and space, and the discovery of equivalence of mass and energy opened up the possibility of atomic bombs. In 1914, the First World War took place, but in 1916, he published the general relativity theory to expand his special relativity theory to a theory that includes gravity theory.
The conclusion derived from this theory mentioned the phenomenon that light is bent in a strong gravitational field He received the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1921 for his contribution to photoelectric effect research and theoretical physics.

The question of modern physics was whether light is matter or wave. Newton was in the position that light is a matter, and Hoygens claimed that light is a wave. The fact that light is a matter(particle) is proved by photoelectric effect.
In 1801, British physicist Thomas Young illuminated two rays from a single light source to pass through two slits, and then observed the overlapping patterns on the projection screen. The light is proved to be a wave by observing the interference pattern, which repeats the bright and dark parts as if the overlap of the floor and the valley of the waves is reinforced or offset. 
According to Newtonian theory, the planet draws an elliptical orbit, and the point where the planet approaches the sun closest is called the Perihelion Point. According to Newtonian theory, the perihelion of the planet should be the same every year, and in 1859, in Paris, the perihelion of Mercury was found to move by 38 seconds in 100 years.
Einstein did not overlook it, and proved it by relativity theory, which led to the end of classical physics. In 1905, Einstein published the theory of special relativity, where he attempted Euclid's axiom approach.
1. Unless compared to other objects, you cannot determine whether you are stationary or moving at a constant rate;
2. The speed of light does not depend on the speed of the light source, and is the same for all observers in the universe.
The first axiom is a phenomenon that we experience a lot while riding a train. If the elevator's rope is suddenly cut off, you can't tell if it's freefall now or if the earth is suddenly weightless. Also, the weight felt when the elevator is stationary can not be distinguished from whether it is Earth's gravity or the earth disappeared and the repulsive force caused by the acceleration of the spacecraft pulling the elevator up. As such, the force of gravity and force of acceleration are equivalent, and acceleration allows us to know the motion of the object.
The second axiom is beyond common sense of physics. Einstein broke the absolute notion of time and space. The length of the object depends on the observer, and the length of the object measured by the observer who considers the object to move is shorter than the length measured by the observer who sees the object as stationary. Also, an observer moving at constant speed perceives that the gap between the two events is longer than a fixed observer.
I think I'm still sitting, but I actually rotate at a speed of hundreds kilometers/h, the earth orbits around the sun at a faster pace, even the solar system moves in the galaxy, and the galaxy moves. So we live in a relative world, trapped in a 4 (1+3)dimensional coordinate of time and space. As such, all of the movements we observe are relative, and coordinate systems that move at constant speeds are equally qualified for the laws of mechanics.
When an astronaut and a person on the ground set time with the same clock and then the astronaut flew rapid and come back and found his watch behind the clock on the ground.
* The theory of relativity is summarized as follows.
1. A material cannot exceed the speed of light because the mass increases to infinity when it approaching the speed of light; 2. Moving Observer do not obserb at the same time two events in another place that they have occurred at the same time. 3. As the speed increases, the length shrinks, and the time is delayed. 4. Mass and energy are exchanged by E=mc^{2}.
2. the
Idea of Nietzsche
"the Death of God", Friedrich Nietzsche (1844~1900), a renowned existentialist philosopher, is a person who has had a profound impact on modern existential philosophy and modern people's ideas. Nietzsche's idea is meaningful in that it has philosophically packed the ideas of Freemasonry and put them in the world. Some churches of Satan have adopted his book 'Zaratustra said this' as scripture.
Nietzsche was born in Recken, Germany, and his father died when he was five years old. He entered the university at the age of 20 and devoted himself to classical literature. He suffered from migraine and eye disease for a lifetime. He was influenced by Schopenhauer's pessimistic philosophy and Wagner's music.
In his representative book "Zaratustra said tgis" in 1885, he concluded that "God is dead" and "will to power" is goal of life, and presented the affirmation of life by superhuman.
Nietzsche has been suffering from mental illness since 1888 and has fallen in Turin Square. He has been suffering from mental illness in a mental hospital and died in Weimar on August 25, 1900. His ideas have influenced many fields, contributing to the downfall of Christianity and the revival of existentialism in Europe.
a)
Philosophy of Life
The philosophy that took place from the end of the 19th century to the early 20th century is a philosophy that all the life of creatures, including humans, can not be understood by rational and scientific ideas, and can be understood using intuition, experience. But intuition is more inaccurate than reason, which is just speculation, not truth. I also thought about life throughout high school, and the conclusion is, 'Life is like a bonfire that burns and becomes ashes when the time comes.'
No matter how much you worry and use scientific, rational, intuitive, and emotional methods, you can not get answers to life. Because we are in a lower world, a passive being thrown into this world, regardless of our will. Only God, the Creator, knows the exact intentions of creating the universe and man, and no matter how much we worry, we can not know. Therefore, the answer to life can only be known through the Bible, the Word of God.
b)
Eternal return
It is Like the Buddhist Rotate Birth idea The Eternal Return is that time forms a circle, and things including humans are endlessly repeated in the circle. This idea originally originated in Hinduism, and Siddhartha, who wanted to reform Hinduism, could not escape from this idea.
Siddhartha tried to escape from the eternal repetition of the reincarnation, but Nietzsche accepted it as fate and affirmed it.
Heb.9:27 And as it is appointed for men to die once, but after this the judgment,
c)
Super Man
It is an ideal human who overcomes the incompleteness or constraints of man. Nietzsche argued that if humans overcome themselves, they will become absolute beings, 'Super Man'. Nietzsche said that the 'Super Man not only becomes a god but also dominates mankind on behalf of God.
However, there is no explanation why Nietzsche, who advocated the super man idea, suffered from illness for a lifetime and became a mentally ill person and faced a miserable end in a mental hospital. Humans can not achieve salvation by themselves without the help of God.
d)
Beyond Good and Evil
Nietzsche divided morality into 'dominant morality' and 'slave morality'. 'Dominant morality' is to abandon conscience and to do all kinds of evil things to gain or maintain power. Stalin and Mao massacre of tens of millions of their citizens to maintain power.
'Slave morality' refers to strong man do evil. Nietzsche criticized the morality of Christianity as "slave morality" and argued that a free ideal world opens when it goes beyond the concept of good and evil.
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Nihilism
Nihilism is a nihilistic idea based on Nihil, which means nothing in Latin, and it is the idea that everything actually does not exist. Originally, it is the central idea of Buddhism, and in the West, Nietzsche and Dostyevsky introduced it and understood it philosophically. In modern times, Nihilism developed into the idea that absolute truth and morality do not exist.
Nihilism is shown in two trends: the first is 'desperate nihilism', which denies all ideas, stipulates that there is no meaning in life, and is completely indifferent to everything and devotes himself to instant pleasure. For example, Skepticism, relativism, anarchism, materialism, hedonism, and hippie culture.
The second is an existential position to accept nothing as it is and to affirm it and to seek a free life in it. Existence (phenomenal being) is the opposite of essence(ideal archetype) and is to fold the ideal world and look for significance in this world we live in. Existentialism is different from materialism in that it recognizes metaphysics, denies it, and denies the world, admit it.
Nietzsche criticized the morality of Christianity and Buddhism as passive nihilism and insisted he claimed active nihilism that all existing values should be attacked and destroyed. However, this is overlooking the fact that the purpose of our lives is to escape from vanity and despair and to find reality and hope. If we destroy existing morality and values, it is only chaos, corruption, violence, murder, domestic destruction and war that come back.
The Danish philosopher Kierkegaard said that by disconnecting from God, humans lose their self and fall into a desperate state that lost the purpose of existence, which leads to an eternal state of death. He said that man should not live in anticipation of the temporary hopes of the world, but rather overcome the illness that leads to death by asking God, a transcendent, to help by recognizing his desperate situation.
f)
Also sprach Zarathustra
Nietzsche's masterpiece, completed in 1885, contains ideas such as 'super man', 'will to power', and eternal return. Zarathustra is the German name of Zoroastrian who founded Zoroastrianism, and here he is a wise man who teaches wisdom. Here, Zarathustra conclude that God is dead and wants to be called a desecrater. Zarathustra also wants to be called a madman who claims to have killed God.
But the most important attribute of God is the immortality that does not die forever. If so, it is a logical contradiction to claim that 'God is dead'. It is not God to die.
Zarathustra says that the reason he killed God is because God saw the disgrace and ugliness in him. He could not bear this fact, and the anger soared and He killed God with revenge. It feels like listening to Satan's voice, and in fact, this book is inspired by Satan and can know the deep feelings of Satan.
"I(Satan) was Cherubim full of wisdom and ability but I wanted to be a God. Leading a number of angels to revolt, but i failed. It is so painful and hard to be kicked out of heaven and descended underground. It is bitter and unfair to be like this. I hate the Gods who made me this way. I want revenge. But I can't do that with my powers. So I repeat that, 'God is dead.' I am comforted by being admired and being a king with many demons in the underground .It is also fun to bring the man who take love of God to hell and torment him. One day i will conquer the earth! "
This situation was omitted and the proposition "God is dead" came out. In fact, God is not dead, but he is dead, whose relationship with God is disconnected. A person can not find a God who has lost his relationship with God because of sin. Only by the blood of Jesus' cross, the relationship with God can be restored.
Zarathustra frankly advises humans. "God is gone! Better without God is better. It is better to pioneer fate by yourself. Better to be a fool. It is better being God yourself. Some god inside you has made you an atheist. Isn't it holy that keeps God from being trusted?" (324f)
zarathustra seduce that "There is no good or evil" and "when we destroy moral, we can be a god." He advice that Do not try to escape this empty world, and live with the best value of 'will to power'. For example, to get money, throw your conscience, cheat, steal, rob. Can money or power be the best value of life?
No matter how much money and power you have gained, you can not avoid dying old. The reason why a criminal commits this vicious sin is because he loses his purpose in life and gets pleasure by doing cruel and destructive acts.
3. Satan worship;
There are a lot of people who support Freemasons because they thought it was a healthy social group. If you knew from the beginning that Freemason worships Lucifer, there will not be many people who join. In the book "The Lost Key of Freemason" by Manrie P Hall, the 32nd class of Freemason, the key to solving the mystery of Freemason is to know the power to live. At that time, Lucifer's swirling energy is his.
Once a person who participated in the mysterious ceremony of Freemasons is brainwashed without knowing it, and the true God is Lucifer. If you withdraw after the ceremony of Freemasonry, you will be killed, you will not be a member of the Church of Satan without Freemasonry, and becoming a member of Satan's church means that contact occurs with Satan.
Freemasons reveal the inner workings of Satanism when they go up to the higher level. Through the magic and occult rituals that come from ancient times, masons receive the revelation of demons. "Albert Pike", a former Grand Master, addressed members on July 14, 1889, as follows:
"I ask you, the absolute ruler, to give the same word to your brothers at 32 degrees 31 degrees 30 degrees. Mason must maintain the purity of Lucifer's doctrine to those in high rank from those who have just begun. Yes, Lucifer is God. Unfortunately, Adonai(Jehovah) is also God. Lucifer(Satan), god of light and god of good, is fighting for humanity with Adonai(Jehovah), god of darkness and evil."
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