Freemasonry’s secret rituals exposed in viral video published by undercover Catholic journalist

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(LifeSiteNews) — An independent Catholic journalist has received scores of death threats after publishing footage of secret Masonic rituals. 

In an exclusive interview with LifeSiteNews, Clifton explained that he joined a Masonic lodge a number of years ago, with the intention of exposing their secrets. Clifton said that since filming the ritual, he has been baptized as a Catholic.

On November 16, Kyle Clifton began posting a series of video clips he made while attending a highly secretive Masonic ritual. Filmed with a concealed camera, his footage documents the induction ceremony of a third degree Master Mason, which is the highest degree of Freemasonry in the Blue Lodge, before members can choose to deepen their membership through more specific routes such as in the Scottish Rite. One of his videos has been viewed more than 7 million times on X, formerly known as Twitter.

Clifton told LifeSiteNews that when he was 18 years-old he decided he wanted to expose Freemasonry because he believed it to be influential in much of the evil in the world. He explained that as a young man  he was asking question such as: “Why is the world the way it is? Why is there so much degeneracy in this world? Who’s pushing all this propaganda?” and that the more he researched “it was like everyone was pointing to the Freemasons.”


LifeSiteNews has an extensive series on the problems of Freemasonry. Those articles can be found here.

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