Once you start researching, more questions are raised, along with more confusing answers. No wonder truth researchers say they’re “going down the rabbit hole”.
007 isn’t what you probably think it is. Does it make you think of James Bond and espionage? There’s more layers to the story—
I always thought the 00 stood for double agent and assumed the 7 was a numerically assigned designation to code each individual agent but that’s just the surface facade.
The original 007 was John Dee, Queen Elizabeth’s personal advisor. He always signed his letters to the queen with the image of two circles with dots in the center, which represented eyes (for your eyes only) along with a seven (a mystical number to him) which also represented a cane. He was her “eyes” her Merlin-esque spy, I think this was where the phrase “her majesty’s secret service” came from.
The 007 was also adopted by the Masons who referred to it as Two-ball Cane or Tubal Cain. John Dee’s “eyes” were the two balls and the seven was the cane. Interesting that golf is the favored sport of the elite, (the golf club represents the cane). Two ball cane is also a sexual joke, a reference to male genitalia.
If Tubal Cain was a descendent of the biblical Cain who was the first murderer; why do Masons use a villian’s name as a password to their club? Was Albert Pike, founder of the KKK and modern day Freemasonry, a Satanist? Supposedly only the highest level of masons (ranked 33rd and above) are given the true information, the lower levels are unsuspecting pawns.
I watched the tv show, “News Radio” and saw the episode mentioned below when it first aired on tv. I wasn’t completely paying attention to it, but I distinctly remember not understanding the ending—but now it all clicks together in place! This is a letter from a (naive) mason that describes the “offensive” episode:
“Last week (Friday Dec 6th 2002) I watched re-runs of one of my favorite TV sit-coms: The NewsRadio on A&E channel. The show is easy to watch, doesn’t require viewers to follow it religiously, characters are witty, plots simple… I like it (or should I say, I once did).
I was unpleasantly surprised by the plot of the episode which aired on Friday Dec 6th 2002 around 9:30am ET on A&E. The jest of the plot was: The owner of the radio station, Mr. James, purchased movie memorabilia form an unreliable source and wanted to sue since the merchandise turned out to be fake. As his legal council in Mr. James’ case against the seller, who turns out to be a minor to make the matter funnier, appears the radio station’s electrician–Joe. Why? Why would an electrician make a good legal council? Because Joe knows a certain secret and knows how to harness its power. Joe claims that all, or most, of judges are Masons and that there is a certain word which when spoken makes judges find in your favor, after which verdict judges must go off to a secret cave and paddle themselves with large paddles with letter “M” on them. At first Mr. James was skeptical and I had hoped that this would be the end of it, but when Mr. James insisted that Joe disclose the secret word, I was unpleasantly surprised to hear Joe speak out the word which many of us would find very familiar and which sounds a lot like: “true-bowl-cane”. The show goes on, and we are laughing at the display of junk Mr. James had bought and is trying hard to present to a judge as evidence of con by the youngster, who is defending himself with calculations of a full fledged lawyer… The sentencing is upon us and the show is near its end and I am hoping that it will be objective and dismiss Joe’s wild allegation and sure enough the judge is criticizing Mr. James for wasting courts time by listing all the evidence and having all this brought to court in the first place. And when the judge gives a mean look and asks Mr. James if he has anything else to add, Mr. James’ “legal council”, Joe, quickly leans over and whispers something to Mr. James who carries out loud: “TRUE-BOWL-CANE”, to which to my surprise judge turns from disliking Mr. James to say that he finds in Mr. James’ favor and convicts the boy to one year in juvenile detention. And while the boy is being dragged away by the court’s clerk, and while Mr. James is shaking hands with Joe, while I am shaking my head in disgust, the judge is leaving the court room with a big red paddle with letter “M” inside a circle on its top.https://freemasonrywatch.org/tubalcain.html