Wednesday, February 24, 2021

The Freemasonic Europa Movement

 The Freemasons strive to overcome the European nation-states as a stage towards a world republic, the world-unit state.

By P. Paolo M. Siano *

Professor Gianmario Cazzaniga, a scholar esteemed by the Grand Orient of Italy, explains how the idea of a World Republic between the 17th and 18th centuries was prepared by a Republic of Scholars and Scientists, that is, by a cultural network of writers, nobles Writers, publishers, antiquarians and scholars, which was promoted by Huguenot circles, by Protestant (but not only) financial sectors in Geneva, Amsterdam and London, and from 1717 by the Masonic lodges. 1

The French scholar Yves Hivert-Messeca also affirmed that the Freemasons in the 18th century dreamt of a supranational and interdenominational society / fraternity, that is, of a new Europe.


It is logical to deduce that the realization of a European Republic or World Republic according to Masonic principles, as a project or at least implied the hope of a socio-cultural transformation (according to the Masonic principles of secularism and anti-dogmatism) and / or the revolution and the political-military overthrow of denominational Catholic monarchies (for example the Habsburgs) and the then the Papal States.

In 1868, the first edition of the newspaper Les Etats-Unis d'Euro-pe printed [The United States of Europe], an organ of the International League for Peace and Freedom, based in Bern (Switzerland), and offices in France, Belgium, Italy, Germany and England. In the first edition of January 5, 1868 it is announced that the Freemason Giuseppe Garibaldi is its honorary President (p. 1). Freemasonry is praised in number 47 of November 22, 1868 (p. 187f).

In 1889, Austrian Catholics at Catholic Day meeting in Vienna, accused Freemasons of desiring the destruction of the Catholic Austria: Delenda est Austria . 3

From August 31 to September 2, 1900, an international congress of Masons will take place in Paris under the auspices of the Greater Orient of France ( GOdF). The Grand Master of the Swiss Grand Lodge Alpina, Edouard Quartier-la-Tente (1855 - 1925), expressed the hope for a coalition of all worldwide Masonic powers to realize the Masonic ideals and the world-re-pu-Republic to set up: " Pour la fondation de la République Universelle." 4

The Grand Master of the Greater Orient of France, Louis Lucipia (1843–1904), praised the French Revolution, criticized clericalism and the Catholic “theocracy” (p. 73f). Various Freemasons reaffirm the demand at this congress: “ Vive la République universelle! "(P. 124, 128, 134, 156 - 160).

In 1902, about sixteen years before the fall of the Habsburg Empire, the Rivista della Massoneria Italiana of the Grand Orient of Italy published the article by the Italian Freemason Emilio Bossi (1870 - 1920 ), who wrote the following from Lugano (Switzerland):

"It is Freemasonry, which should allow the international arbitration incurred in preparation for future federation of the United States of Europe, which is the prelude to the United States in the world." 5 

From July 3rd to the 5th, 1909, a meeting of French and German Freemasons took place in Baden-Baden. The high dignitaries of the Grand Orient of France, Charles Bernardin, offered a toast to the United States of Europe from ( "Etats Unis d'Europe") and Freemasonry. 6

Journal of the International League for Peace and Freedom, 1868

The Hungarian Jewish historian François Fejtö (1909 - 2008) explained that the Freemasons project of the 18th and 19th century, claimed that the United States of Euro-pa and the World Republic implied the destruction of the Catholic Habsburg Monarchy and that Freemasons and Freemasons estates, especially the Grand Orient of France, played a major role in this. 7th

Indeed, with the end of this empire, Freemasonry could return to Austrian soil and especially to Vienna. In 1918 the Grand Lodge of Vienna is founded. In 1922 Richard Nikolaus Graf Coudenhove-Kalergi (1894 - 1972) was initiated into the Vienna Lodge Humanitas, then he was initiated into the "Mozart Chapter" of the 18th degree - Knight of the Rose Cross of the Old and Accepted Scottish Rite. Kalergi founded the Pan Europa Bewegung that is supported from the outset by the Grand Lodge of Vienna. 8th

In the book Practical Idealism. Adel - Technik Pacifismus (Pan-Europa Verlag, Vienna-Leipzig 1925) the Masonic Kalergi identifies the European spirit as equal with Lucifer-Prometheus, the bearer of light:

"In Jewish mythology, the European spirit corresponds to Lucifer, in Greek to Prometheus, the lightbringer who carries the divine spark to earth, [...] the father of battle, technology, enlightenment and progress [...]", p. 83.

 According to Kalergi the "spirit of Europe" has broken political despotism, and only with its emancipation from Christianity does Europe find itself (see page 83. - 85).

Also in the second half of the 20th century the "United States of Europe" 9 and the "United Europe" 10  were hailed in circles of the Grand Orient of Italy and in its Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite, as can be seen, for example, can be read in the monthly magazine for Masonic and profane culture L'Incontro delle genti, which had been led since 1960 by the Masonic Elvio Sciubba 33 ° (1915-2001). In a book from 2010, the Freemasons Alain Bauer (former Grand Master of the Grand Orient of France) and Jean-Claude Rochigneux (former Council of the Grand Orient of France) quotes the Contrat Maçonnique Européen (European Masonic Treaty) of the Greater Orient of France (Strasbourg, June 5, 1993), which among other things affirms:

  • Freemasonry defends secularism [= secularism], hence the separation of church and state, because only secularism defends absolute freedom of conscience and religion;

  • Freemasonry bears the European idea incorporated into universalism;
  • Freemasonry wants a Masonic Europe ("Europe maçonnique") that contributes to the construction of a cultural Europe. 11

Masonic Europe ("l'Europe maçonnique"), represented by the Grand Orient of France, consists both in the Union of European Freemasonry and in a Europe that is culturally, politically and socially based on the principles of Freemasonry, including secularism is (p.70 - 76)), means what secularism, i.e. the exclusion of any influence of the Catholic Church from society.

In Brussels, on October 15, 2010 and November 30, 2011, the delegations of various European Freemasonries (including the Greater Orient of Italy and the United Grand Lodges of Germany) met with their respective Grand Masters and representatives of liberal and humanist associations with the heads of the European Union ( with the Presidents of the European Commission, the European Parliament and the European Council). They should agree on a common plan to promote “democratic” and “libertarian” ideals. 12

On March 2, 2012, the then Vice-President of the European Parliament visited the headquarters of the Grand Orient of Italy and endorsed the Masonic commitment to secularism. 13

In April 2011, the center-right majority in the Hungarian parliament (262 votes in favor against 44 against) approved a constitution that came into force in early 2012 and is based on God, speaking of Christian roots and the traditional family (by a union of a man and woman). The Hungarian constitution also restricts the powers of the banks, defends the right to life of the unborn and does not recognize the “right” to abortion or homosexual relations. The European Union (EU) responded by, among other things, defending the absolute independence of the banks (ECB and IMF) and threatening economic sanctions. The British BBC also criticized Orbán's conservative “drifting away”.

Even today, proponents of what the Masonic Kalergi called “The Spirit of Europe” try to restrict the sovereignty of European states by imposing certain policies on them, for example with regard to homosexuality / gender and abortion, which are incompatible with the Christian roots, the real roots, of real Europe.

Father Paolo Maria Sia-no  belongs to the order of the Franciscans of the Immaculata (FFI); The Church historian with a doctorate is considered one of the best Catholic experts on Freemasonry, to which he has dedicated several standard works and numerous essays.

Translation: Giuseppe di Nar-
image: Corrispondenza Romana

Trans: Tancred

  1. 1, Compare Gianmario Cazzaniga: Massoneria e Letteratura. Dalla République des Lettres alla letteratura Nazio-na-le (Freemasonry and literature from the République des Lettres for national literature.), In: GM Cazzaniga - G. Tocchini - R. Turchi, Le Muse in loggia. Massoneria e letteratura nel set-te-cen-to (Freemasonry and literature in the 18th century), Unicopli Edizioni, Milan 2002, pp 11-32).

  2. 2. See L'Europe sous l'Acacia. Histoire des Francs-maçonneries européennes du XVIIIe siècle à nos jours (Europe under the acacia. History of European Freemasonry from the 18th century to the present day). Volume 1: Le XVIIIe siècle. L'âge d'or de la franc-maçonnerie en Europe. Le temps des Lumières et des Obscurités. Le rêve universel de fraternité et les limites de l'autre (The 18th Century. The Golden Age of Freemasonry in Europe. The Age of Enlightenment and Darkness. The Universal Dream of Fraternity and the Limits of Each Other), Editions Dervy, Paris 2012 , P. 305.

  3. 3. See G. Kuéss - B. Scheichelbauer: 200 years of Freemasonry in Austria. The 175th birthday of the United Lodge, Verlag O. Kerry, Vienna 1959, p 152f).

  4. 4, Grand Orient de France - Supreme Conseil pour la France et les Possessions françaises, Congrès Maç. ·. International , Compte rendu of séances du congrès, le 31 Aout, 1er, 2 Septembre 1900 Secrétariat Général du Grand Orient de France Paris 1901, p 38f.

  5. 5. E. Bossi: Qual è la missione essenziale della Massoneria nell'epoca attuale? (What is the essential mission of Freemasonry in this day and age?), In: Rivista della Massoneria Italiana ., # 13 - 15, July 15 - August 15, 1902, Rome, p.232.

  6. 6. See Brüd . ·. Meeting on July 3rd - 5th in Baden-Baden - Reunion des Francs-Maçons 3 - 5 Juillet à Baden-Baden 1909 , p. 18.

  7. 7. See François Fejtö: Requiem pour un empire défunt: Histoire de la destruction de l'Autriche-Hon-grie , Lieu Commun, Paris, 1989, page 309 - 313 337 - 349, dt output. Requiem for a monarchy. The smashing of Austria-Hungary , Bundesverlag, Vienna 1991.

  8. 8. See E. Semrau: enlightenment and United dung-ble- Studien Verlag, Innsbruck 2012, p.95.

  9. 9. See Albert Tura: Europa divisa ( Divided Europe), in: L' Incontro delle genti, Mensile di attualità e cultura, Anno XV, No. 7–8 (July – August 1975), Rome, pp. 8f.

  10. 10. See Un'Europa di Garibaldi (A Europe of Garibaldi), in: L'Incontro delle gen-ti April-June 1979 Rome, P. 11, see also Elvio Sciubba. L'E-co , in: L'Incontro delle gen-ti , July – September 1979, Rome, p. 1.

  11. 11. See A. Bauer - J.-C. Rochigneux: Les relations internationales de la franc-maçonnerie fran-Cai-se (International Relations of the French Freemasonry, Armand Colin, Paris 2010) pp 50-53.

  12. 12. Cf. Antonio Panaino: La Massoneria protagonista della vita sociale e morale dell'Europa (Freemasonry as protagonist of the social and moral life of Europe), in: Erasmo notizie, Bulletin of the Greater Orient of Italy, No. 18, October 30, 2010, Rome , P. 1f; see also Erasmo notizie, No. 20, November 30, 2011, pp. 1–5.

  13. 13. See. Il vice presidente del Parlamento europeo Pittella in visita al Grande Ori-en-te (the European Parliament Pittella Vice-President on a visit to the Grand Orient), in: zie noti-Erasmus , No. 4-5, 15 March 2012, p. 6.



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