Saturday, May 26, 2007

Sigmund Freud Was A Member of B'nai B'rith

Sigmund Freud and the B'Nai B'Rith

Hugo Knoepfmacher

THAT FREUD WAS A MEMBER of the B'nai B'rith is known from his letters to Fliess (Freud, 1887-1902) and from Jones's biography (1953, 1955, 1957). The extent to which he participated in the society and his relations to it are probably less well known.

The order B'nai B'rith—the name means Sons of the Covenant—was founded by German immigrants in New York in 1843 and spread over the entire United States during the next three decades ... (Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association)


talvo said...

Why am I not surprised?

lynda said...

Sigmund Freud a member of B'nai B'rith.

This is a very important fact. Could the home schools have a ref for this Maurice?

Fr. Fahey's works on Judaic naturalism and its pretensions very important in assessing the vast influence of Freud upon modern thought. This is the dialectical reasoning which spawns the ideologies in reductionistism materialism, naturalism, nihilism. Freud right to the fore in 'science' of psychololgy governed by these ideologies. Thus, psychology is such a powerful tool in the hand of the totalitarian state - especially in its reductionism.

But if Freud belonged to B'nai B'rith which is a political / cultural arm of Talmudic Illuminism, then Freud's own beliefs will be more Luciferian than naturalistic.

For the Illuminists are true Luciferians - their satanist religion is the very dregs of the Enlightenment. Naturalism is just one of the ideologies they created for the demoralisation of the masses. Contra the supernatural end of man - the purpose for which human kind was created as Imago Dei and for which the race was to be regenerated by the Son of Man, the Lord from heaven, through baptism and confirmation in the Faith he established upon earth through the Church.

John Zebedee said...

From the information I can gather.
B'nai B'rith is a member in good
standing of Scottish Rite Freema-
sonry...and, of course, the 'god' they worship is named:'Jah-bul-on'.
I think that Freud's legacy is a
fitting reflection of the 'radiance' eminating from this 'diety'.