If there was any one place that a high level satanic Mason could go to practice any number of abominations (child sacrifice el al) it would be Liberia.I could digress here and theorize about Liberia being the "spiritual" Anti-America. Co-founded by the US Government and freed American slaves, Liberia has been plagued by blood thirsty Despots with names like Roosevelt Johnson who trained drugged and drunken teenagers to entered battle in drag wearing wigs, flowered dresses, and carrying purses. Roosevelt Johnson's protege, Joshua Milton Blahyi or "General Butt Naked", wore only his shoes as he led his Butt Naked Battalion into battle.
Blahyi claimed to have made a pact with the devil at age 11 and consummated a satanic ritual. He said he was required to perform human sacrifices and go into battle naked to ensure his safety on the battlefield.
But that is for another thread...
Beginning in 1820, the region was colonized by freed American slaves with the help of the American Colonization Society
, a private organization that believed ex-slaves would have greater freedom and equality in Africa. Slaves freed from slave ships were also sent there instead of being repatriated to their countries of origin. In 1847, these colonists founded the Republic of Liberia, establishing a government modeled on that of the United States and naming the capital city Monrovia after James Monroe, the fifth president of the United States and a prominent supporter of the colonization. The colonists, known as Americo-Liberians, monopolized the political and economic sectors of the country despite comprising only a small percentage of the largely indigenous population.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LiberiaThe Masonic Order of Liberia
The Masonic Order of Liberia was formed based on principles of Freemasonry, which had been gleaned by former slaves from their masters in the United States prior to their being "returned" to Africa under the auspices of the American Colonization Society. The former slaves' knowledge of Freemasonry had to have been gained covertly, as they were not eligible for admission to the organization, and its rituals were not open to outsiders; neither Black American Masons nor their Liberian counterparts would have been officially regarded as being Masons by members of the parent group.The Grand Lodge of Liberia was founded in 1867. By the 1970s there were 17 subordinate lodges and the majority of Liberia's high ranking officials were Masons.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Masonic_Order_of_Liberia‘Gboyo Center’ Monrovia
Note the "As above, so below" Baphomet mural on the back of the ‘Gboyo Center’ building and the Morning Star (or Lucifer/ISIS) words on the side.Monrovia - Masonic Grand Lodge
Before the 1980 coup, political power, social status, and economic affluence were clearly linked and clustered in about a dozen Arnerico Liberian families. It has been observed that virtually all members of the upper class knew each other, whether they were kin or not. This was partly because the elite were few in number and concentrated in Monrovia and the coastal counties. But their familiarity could also be attributed to their shared membership in the churches, clubs, and fraternal orders that dominated their lives. Americo Liberians both men and women were usually members of at least one, and often several, of these organizations.
The most important of the fraternal orders was the Ancient, Free, and Accepted Masonic Lodge of Liberia. Founded in 1867, it encompassed 17 subordinate lodges in the mid 1970s. Before the 1980 coup almost all important social leaders and True Whig Party officials were Masons; many of them held high office in the Grand Lodge, as the chapter in Monrovia was known. It was generally believed that important decisions regarding national affairs were made in the confines of the Masonic lodges, a situation that contributed to resentment on the part of nonmembers, most of then of tribal background. In the 1970s the Masons were a dominant force, but their role was reportedly called into question by some younger members of the Americo Liberian elite and by persons of tribal origin who had attained membership in the Masonic Order by virtue of their education and upbringing as wards of Americo Liberian families.
The Masons were outlawed for a time after the 1980 coup, when the country's new indigenous rulers denounced them as fossils from Liberia's past. During the civil war the lodge was often the scene of fighting, which transormed it into a burned-out palace. By 2001 a handful of Masons sometimes gathered at the Lodge at sunset, parking their Mercedes out front and pushing aside the squatters who live inside to make new plans amid the wreckage. ["OLD RULING ELITE MAKING A COMEBACK IN LIBERIA" Tim Sullivan, Associated Press, September 29, 2001]