Civil War general created cult that influenced the New World Order
Albert Pike served as a Brigadier-General in the Confederate Army.
Following the War, Pike was jailed for treason, but he was quickly pardoned by fellow Freemason President Andrew Johnson.
Among eventually becoming a 33rd degree mason and a top leader of the Ku Klux Klan, Pike was also believed to be a Luciferian.
He claimed he was able to summon Lucifer at will as the Grand Master of the Order of the Palladium.
Palladism or traditional Satanism, an ancient Luciferian cult, was then introduced to the inner circle of the Masonic lodges. This influence has flourished into modern day Freemasonry in the super rites of the upper degrees.
Leaders of industry, entertainment, the CIA, congress, and our military leaders are inundated with Freemasonic Palladism or a Luciferian New World Order.
It’s everywhere you look in Washington D.C. if you have eyes that see.
What follows are the chilling predictions or instructions of Albert Pike’s Three World Wars, funded in great part by the House of Rothschild, from a letter that he wrote to 33 degree Italian Illuminati head and Mafia founder Giuseppe Mazzini, dated August 15, 1871.