Benjamin Franklin

Benjamin Franklin was a freemason and political puppet, used to play a role in the American Revolution as Founding Fathers of the United States under control of the British Empire (George III, House of Hanover) instigated by the Jesuits (Roman Empire, freemasonry). The American Revolution was a precursor of the French revolution, a ritual to put dictator Napoleon Bonaparte in power and redesign the map of Europe, under the guise of Enlightenment ideals.

In 1740 he established the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia and became its first president and Anglican priest William Smith as first provost. The university had an unfinished pyramid (one eye pyramid symbolism) as emblem. He worked in alliance with Samuel Johnson who founded King's College (later Columbia University), based on 'Enlightenment' idea's.

From 1758 he attended meetings of the Hellfire Club (Francis Dashwood, Benjamin Bates) in Britain. Dashwood was a member of the Dilettanti society with Charles Sackville, court of Frederick of Wales. The Hellfire Club used the motto Do What Thou Willt of Rabelais, later used by Aleister Crowley.

He was also a member of St John lodge Philadelphia, lodge Pennsylvania and the Lunar Society (moon worship) with Erasmus Darwin, Francis Galton, mason John Smeaton (civil engineering), William Small (mentor of Jefferson), Josiah Wedgwood, Wiliam Herschel, Rudolf Raspe (worked for Frederick II of Hesse-Kassel), James Watt. Many of the members of the Lunar Society were instrumental in creating the Industrial Revolution (slave religion of capitalism) and promoting Darwinism. His cousin Lucrecia Mott played a role in the Feminist Church.

He was also a member of the American Philosophical Society with Illuminati member Joseph von Sonnefels (friend of Wolfgang Mozart, teacher of Ludwig van Beethoven), Thomas Jefferson, Marquis de Lafayette and Baron von Steuben.

He participated in experiments with electricity and lightning.

In 1741 he was visited by Nicolaus Zinzendorf, a bishop in the Moravian Church, whose kabbalistic sexual practices influenced the New Jerusalem Society of Emanuel Swedenborg.

In 1751 he founded Pennsylvania Hospital in Philadelphia (the Mental Health Industry). Benjamin Rush (APS) started with the classification of mental diseases and experimented with sensory deprivation.

In 1765 the Stamp Acts taxed the US colonists, leading to the forming of Loyal Nine (John Adams, Paul Revere, Benjamin Edes of Boston Gazette) and Sons of Liberty (Thomas Jefferson, John Hancock, Paul Revere, Samuel Adams) with the Liberty Tree as symbol. Franklin worked with the Pennsylvania Chronicle newspaper to create anti-British sentiment and to prepare for the American Revolution.

In 1769 Lord Dartmouth (later Secretary of State for the Colonies) established Dartmouth College. The Sons of Liberty (masons Abraham Wipple and John Brown of Brown University) burned the British ship HMS Gaspee in Rhode Island.

Frederick the Great and Frederick II of Hesse (Rothschilds as bankers)  leased their mercenary soldiers to cousin George II (house of Hanover- Brunswick-Lunenberg) to fight during the American Revolution.

On july 4 (aphelion of Sirius) 1776 (2 months after 1 may, founding of the Illuminati) Franklin played a role in the Declaration of Independence, drafted by Thomas Jefferson, with jesuit Charles Carroll, cousin of John Carroll, president of Georgetown University). George Washington crosses the Delaware river.

In 1778 Voltaire and Franklin were initiated in the Nine Sisters lodge (Grand Orient) in Paris with John Paul Jones, Jean Sylvain Bailly, Camille Desmoulins, Emmanuel Joseph Sieyès, Nicolas Chamfort as members. The same year he signed the Treaty of Alliance with France.

In 1781 the Siege of Yorktown symbolized the victory of US and French troops (led by George Washington, Baron von Steuben and jesuit Marquis de Lafayette) over Britain (Lord Cornwallis).

In 1785 he became president of Pennsylvania. Although he owned slaves, he profiled himself as an opponent of slavery and wrote A Plan for Improving the Condition of Free Blacks.

In 1789 (year of French Revolution with Desmoulins, Sieyés and Bailly) mason George Washington was inaugurated as first US president in Wall Street, NY on the day before 1 may.

In 1793 the Dominicans and jesuits cause the Haitian Revolution and spread yellow fever epidemic in Philadelphia through their slaves fleeing from Saint-Domingue (now Haiti). Benjamin Rush (APS) and Matthew Clarkson (APS) are in charge of the government response (bloodletting and mercury poisoning through calomel).

He was depicted on the Apotheosis of Washington with George Washington and Minerva with spear and owl.

His grandson was jesuit William F Sands.

In 1881 the University of Pennsylvania founded a business school, Wharton School, after a donation of Joseph Wharton. It also founded collegiate fraternity Delta Phi.

In 1928 he was put on a 100$ bill.

Eric Trist of Tavistock Institute worked at University of Pennsylvania (Donald Trump as alumni). Orson Welles played Franklin in  Royal Affairs in Versailles (1954) with Edith Piaf and Brigitte Bardot and in Lafayette (1961).

Time published an issue on Franklin's membership of the Hellfire Club. Robert Anton Wilson used Dashwood as character in his Illuminatus trilogy.

born 1/6/1706.

died 4/17/1790.

American Revolution

United States