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We will be joined by exiled Freemason Sir James Robert Wright.
Sir James Robert Wright, 32° Freemason, has held many positions and decorations in his Masonic Lodges and Scottish Rite, in keeping with preferred family tradition. His ancestral roots can be traced back to the Wiseman clan of Scotland and later Britain, of which many of the males were Templars at the time of the Crusades. James has a background in entertainment production, emergency dispatch, IT support, and then proceeding all that the obvious formal employ as an Envoy to the Supreme Council under the establishment of Freemasonry. Five years into being an actual Mason up to one year with carte blanche access to vaults and archives as Special Assistant to the Secretary-General, he unexpectedly uncovered some of the most shocking revelations about this so-called 'international charitable fraternal service organization'. Currently he spends a great deal of his spare time researching, locating and unifying ritually or emotionally abused or exiled Masonic Brethren in his on-going struggle with the hierarchy of the Masonic Order for what he calls "the sanctity of the place, their ultimate hoodwink and the imposter investors that turned it into a death cult". His documented falling out with the various supreme council officials occurred upon the moment of his refusal to submit to further bizarre ritual abuses and their refusal to right all the wrongs that were currently going on at that time, and to take proper measures against any further incidents, abuses contrary to every supposed teaching of that Order. Now, James currently finds himself on the front lines in the private now turning public battle to bring certain leaders and their disgusting treatment of Brother Knights to an end.
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