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Cain is said to have created civilizations across the globe, and to have shared with certain chosen men a secret, forbidden wisdom: the Hermetic doctrine of the occult, symbolized by the Lapsit Exillis, or the Holy Grail. These actions brought him into conflict with other members of the divine hierarchy, an occasion immortalized in the Biblical story of the War in Heaven, and in other myths from various cultures that tell the same story. He is also said to have interbred with mortal females, creating mankind’s first royal family, the Grail bloodline, which carried with it the seed of the divine. Their descendants became the lords of the earth, resulting in many, if not in fact most of the world’s royal dynasties throughout history. The Grail gene can even be found in numerous other important personages from both the past and the present, including every single president of the United States.
The archetypal figure of Cain can be found in an astonishing variety of myths and legends from divers places and periods. Notable ones include:
South American gods such as:
And although Cain is himself a Biblical figure, major elements of his story are repeated in the Biblical (and Apocryphal) tales of:
King Hiram of Tyre
Cain is even portrayed in the church at Rennes-le-Chateau, as the statue of the demon Asmodeus – Rex Mundi, the Lord of the Earth – which stands in the church entryway. Cain is not always depicted as exclusively male, for in occult symbolism he is sometimes conjoined in Hermaphroditic fashion with his female consort, represented by the Venusian goddess archetype. In this manner Cain was worshipped by the Knights Templar in the form of their androgynous idol, Baphomet.
Tubal Cain had descended from Cain, the son of Lamech and Zillah, and the brother of Naamah, who Tubal is said to be the last soul survivor of the race of Cain after the flood. The Sons of Tubal Cain, his descendants are first recorded in the inscriptions of Tiglath-pileser I, by the King of Assyria in approximately the year 1100 BC. Later they are also reported by Tukulti-ninurta II, Ashurnasipal II, Sargon and Shalmaneserr III, and are mentioned as the Mushki.
TUBAL CAIN IN FREEMASONRY-shaq_freemason_ring
“Tubal Cain has been considered among Masons as a symbol of worldly possessions.” – Albert Gallatin Mackey – A lexicon of freemasonry
Masonic Historian, Albert Gallatin Mackey had said that Tubal Cain is the Vulcan of the Pagans, and is thought to have been closely connected with ancient Freemasonry. Here is a quote on Tubal Cain from Mackey’s book, A lexicon of freemasonry;
He was the inventor of edge-tools, and introduced many arts into society which tended towards its improvement and civilization. Tubal Cain is the Vulcan of the Pagans, and is thought to have been closely connected with ancient Freemasonry. Faber says that “all the most remarkable ancient buildings of Greece, Egypt, and Asia Minor, were ascribed to Cabirean or Cyclopean Masons,” the descendants of Vulcan, Dhu Balcan, the god Balcan, or Tubal Cain. Oliver says, “In after times Tubal Cain, under the name of Vulcan and his Cyclops, figured as workers in metals and inventors of the mysteries; and hence it is probable that he was the hierophant of a similar institution in his day, copied from the previous system of Seth, and applied to the improvement of schemes more adapted to the physical pursuits of the race to which he belonged.”*