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    Many Masons have read what I have written, unable to reveal their Craft, they simply say, “So mote it be.”

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    Robert Morris, Mary Beale, George Beale, James B. Ward are Freemasons. Freemasonry and the Rosicrucian are derived from Hermeticism. Google: Freemasonry or Rosicrucian or Hermeticism and click the (IMAGE TAB) at the top of the Google menu. This should demonstrate the depth of esoteric devotion that these members have to their Craft.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mooo View Post
    Robert Morris, Mary Beale, George Beale, James B. Ward are Freemasons. Freemasonry and the Rosicrucian are derived from Hermeticism. Google: Freemasonry or Rosicrucian or Hermeticism and click the (IMAGE TAB) at the top of the Google menu. This should demonstrate the depth of esoteric devotion that these members have to their Craft.
    I know all about the "craft" and I am not a member. But that still does not explain James Beverly Ward and the "Author" of the Job Print Pamphlet" keeping it in the family until 1884. The "Job Print Pamphlet" was sent in for a copyright in 1884 and was copyrighted in 1885.
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    James Beverly Ward (a Freemason), who as the ‘agent’ arranged the publication of the booklet and whose name appeared on it, acting as the contact point and filter. A letter from anyone believing the Beale Cipher story to be real and claiming a solution would just be disregarded.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mooo View Post
    James Beverly Ward (a Freemason), who as the ‘agent’ arranged the publication of the booklet and whose name appeared on it, acting as the contact point and filter. A letter from anyone believing the Beale Cipher story to be real and claiming a solution would just be disregarded.
    James Beverly Ward was not a freemason. He had been kicked out for lack of paying his dues. Also why would someone in Illinois get someone in Lynchburg, Virginia to be agent for the author? You can not make a convincing story. Your Robert Morriss is not the author. As he did not live in the Lynchburg area to go to Robert Morris' sick room and write the story down. Keep the story secret except for family members for a period over 20 years and then get James Beverly Ward the task of deciphering the codes. Without you making this connection your story is invalid.

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    Beverly…..is James Beverly Ward…….a listed “Agent” of the Confederates in the Beale Papers. Ward was a Cartographer and Map Maker…..deriving the most accurate Mileage Charts of the times….the Beale Cover Story lists two dates that are actually mileages…..this is derived from the system of Persher or Purser Coding Systems that George Beale (A Ship’s Accountant) encrypted his documents. He later sold the compressed 5 disc wheel that he invented to the Mexican Army and then it was adopted by the CSA and KGC/OAK…..the numbers more than likely are this very wheel system used…..but the words in the threats hold the images of an occult illusion….

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    Eureka Masonic College, at Richland, Mississippi, lovingly called "The Little Red Schoolhouse" by Eastern Star members all over the world, is preserved by the Grand Chapter of Mississippi, O.E.S., in honor of the Architect and Master Builder of the Order, Dr. Robert Morris, who conceived the idea of the Order while serving as Principal of the school. Official records show that the cornerstone of the building was laid early in October of 1847. It was described as "a handsome brick edifice, 60 by 30 feet, and two stories high." Mississippi just a few doors down from Virginia.
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    Quote Originally Posted by franklin View Post
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    Mooo, If all of what you posted is true please explain how the ciphers and pamphlet ended up in the hands of a member kicked out of the freemasons due to not paying his dues.
    Also, how was he handed this in information in Lynchburg, Virginia while all of your happenings and information is in Illinois and Colorado?
    Please connect the dots from your Robert Morris to the Lynchburg, Virginia area and James Beverly Ward. You can't.
    To expand on Franklin's post-
    THE BEALE PAPERS is a Virginia story with Virginia locations about Virginia people published in Virginia to be sold in Virginia.
    'Nuff Said!
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    'Nuff Said!
    It was nice to hear from Franklin again. Gold members thank you for treating me so well. Good luck with the treasure hunt. I will check back in another two years to see which of you found it. If not, then we will have to do this all over again.
    Be safe and stay healthy
    Signing off
    Mooo,
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    Can't stand the heat get out of the kitchen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mooo View Post
    Robert Morris was made 2nd Poet Laureate in 1884 by 500 thousand Masons, the ciphers were published in 1885
    I have his book of poems...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mooo View Post
    Morris was the creator of the Order of the Eastern Star (OES). Mary A. Beale, Grand secretary of the OES in Illinois, and husband George 32 degree Mason were the first to support Robert Morris and the idea of a Masonic family indoctrination system.
    My Ma was a 50 year(s) member of hometown OES & Worthy Matron.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mooo View Post
    Morris was the creator of the Order of the Eastern Star (OES). Mary A. Beale, Grand secretary of the OES in Illinois, and husband George 32 degree Mason were the first to support Robert Morris and the idea of a Masonic family indoctrination system.
    NOT the same Robert MORRISS of Lynchburg, Va.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mooo View Post
    Mary Beale and George Beale spent years in Colorado fighting George’s tuberculosis. They believed the dry air would help. George Beale died from tuberculosis and had a massive Masonic burial over 600 attended with bands, chorus, and a train ride to the cemetery. This was an elaborate ceremony for a 32 who ran a local drug store. The ciphers were named as a tribute to Mary Beale and George Beale for their work with Robert Morris on the OES. As all know Colorado is the location of the treasure
    Hmmm...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mooo View Post
    James Beverly Ward (a Freemason), who as the ‘agent’ arranged the publication of the booklet and whose name appeared on it, acting as the contact point and filter. A letter from anyone believing the Beale Cipher story to be real and claiming a solution would just be disregarded.
    Ward was a Mason kicked out for non-payment of dues; going through "hard times", money-wise.

 

 
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