Before news broke of this collaboration last week on Twitter, I had only just heard Posner on the intro of Big Sean’s “Ambiguous” and thought he was sounding type Wayne-ish on there. Fast forward to this.
February 1st, 2011 at 6:35 pm
They say they out for Dead Presidents, never respeck it,
1st of all Ben Franklin, never elected,
that mean them and big bills never connected,
They just say it cuz they know it sound clever on records,
Secondly GODS 1st youll never be second,
And if you living wrong Money will never correct it,
Ima say it once a whoever directed,
Youll never get off on me, im never the exit”
Im on chap 12…this is by far one of the illest books i have read thus far. Does it keep getting better? Pearls of wisdom
Reading it, dont you think masons r a force of good?
^the book has a lot of jewels but nah. too much proof that they have misunderstood and misused the knowledge they do have. i know masons who are only truly about power…these are who the 5% refer to as the bloodsuckers of the poor. They only retained partial knowledge.
I believe there are two wings of masonic orders. Noble Drew Ali and his ilk represented one side and george washington and that lot represents the other side. the scottish rites dabble in demonology etc.
^they study how to conjure and manage demons. much of the rituals is preparation for deeper rituals in which they call up angels and demons that grant certain powers. jack the ripper for example is said to have been a doctor who was sacrificing prostitutes to the god baal, the same demon hitler worshipped.
I was watching some shit on Nazis and the occult the other day thinking bout how batshit crazy hitler was…. then i realized that nigga came awfully close to conquering the world.
^demonology is the only thing that makes his story make sense. dude was a homeless failure that suddenly was running one of the most powerful nations in europe. then he was fighting a war on two fronts. NO ONE ever does that. he was simply servicing the demon with blood, whether that blood came from the enemy or his own soldiers he didn’t care.