9.04 FUDOSI & FUDOFSI

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The Fédération Universelle des Ordres et Sociétés Initiatiques, otherwise known as  FUDOSI, was an international federation of esoteric (secret) orders and societies that was founded on August 14, 1934, in Brussels, Belgium. Considering that SAR, a title meaning “Son of Ra”, was attached to all dignitaries of FUDOSI, it can be ascertained that the group was named after the Greco-Roman god of Ra.  As stated in a FUDOSI journal from November of 1946, FUDOSI attempted to create a federation of secret orders with the mission "to protect the sacred liturgies, rites and doctrines of the traditional initiatory Orders from being appropriated and profaned by clandestine organizations".  In other words, FUDOSI was created in order to police other secret orders and societies. FUDOSI was allegedly disbanded on August 14, 1951, after alleged disagreements between its members over the admission of Afro-American members following its 8th convention. Although only conjecture, the allegations of racism appear to be cover for the dissolution of the federation which was in all likelihood absorbed by the CIA of Switzerland.

FUDOSI: The Secret Police of Secret Societies

One of 
FUDOSI‘s leading founders was a member of Ancient Mystical Order Rosae Crucis (AMORC), allegedly the oldest secret society aside from the Imperial Cult of Rome. According to an AMORC document, the mission of FUDOSI was as follows: “…We must acknowledge and regret, that there exist many false prophets and a number of so-called initiates who use, for selfish and tyrannical purposes of domination, the pretext of initiation to thrust themselves on, and exploit, gullible and sincere persons. It was high time to warn the public against these false leaders and against noxious doctrines which they taught to trusting souls. In each country, each authentic and regular Order knows its imitators and such false prophets. It was necessary to watch these clandestine movements, to expose these impostors or instruments of hidden and unavowed forces, in all countries, wherever they be operating, and thus avoid any confusion between the regular and authentic Orders and false Organizations that are harmful or that give teachings that have nothing to do with the Universal Tradition and Esoterism.” Aside from describing the overall mission of secret societies in general (e.g., exploitation), it appears that FUDOSI was created to be an international “secret police” of secret societies along with its alleged nemesis FUDOFSI. In other words, both agencies were created in order to root out (i.e., assassinate, discredit, remove, etc.) undesirable members to ensure that secret societies never strayed from their true purpose—allegiance to the Roman Empire, albeit unwittingly. Secret societies and orders under the watchful eye of FUDOSI were identified in a partial list from FUDOSI’s first meeting in 1934. They include but are not limited to: A.M.O.R.C. U.S.A., Co-masonic Order of Memphis-Mizraim, Confrerie des Freres illumines de la Rose+Croix, Fraternite des Polaires, L'Eglise gnostique universelle, Militia crucifera evangelica, Mixed Order of Memphis-Mizraim, Ordre ancien et mystique de la Rose+Croix AMORC-Switzerland, Ordre de la Rose+Croix universelle, Ordre de la Rose+Croix universitaire, Ordre hermetiste tetramegiste et mystique or Ordre Pythagoricien, Ordre kabbalistique de la Rose+Croix, Ordre maçonnique oriental de Memphis-Misraim, Ordre maçonnique oriental de Memphis-Mizraim stricte observance,  Ordre martiniste et synarchique, and Societe alchimique de France Ordre des Samaritains inconnus. Considering that the Ordre Kabbalistique de la Rose Croix was reportedly in attendance, it can be deduced that FUDOSI, like its counterpart FUDOFSI, was a federation of secret Jewish orders and societies.  Historically speaking, only Jews have practiced the witchcraft of the Kabballah and therefore would not under any circumstance associate with goyim (non-Jews), especially in respect to esoteric matters of espionage.

FUDOSI & Freemasonry
As stated by FUDOSI Imperator Emille Dantinne in a December 10, 1941, report about Freemasonry entitled "Rapport sur les ordres et sociétés initiatiques”: “In 1934, at the time of the foundation of the F.U.D.O.S.I., Freemasonry was condemned by the attending Orders as an atheistic organization and no Masonic Order would be admitted to the federation. One exception was made in favor of the Antient Rite of Memphis-Misraim, which was recognized as a spiritual Order not recognized by the other Masonic Obediences.” Despite the admission of three Masonic orders (i.e., the Antient Rite of Memphis-Misraim, the Ordre maçonnique oriental de Memphis-Misraim, and the Mixed Order of Memphis-Mizraim), the same report deemed it an error stating: “... no collaboration is possible between the F.U.D.O.S.I. and any masonic rite or order. In 1935, the leaders of the F.U.D.O.S.I. excluded the only masonic order within their ranks. They even forced their members to break all their ties to masonry, under penalty of exclusion (with the exception of Mr. Wittemans, who remained a member of a masonic organization).” Therefore, it appears that FUDOSI, like the Roman Catholic Church, premeditatively distanced itself from Freemasonry in order to sell the notion that Freemasonry is an independent order. Considering that FUDODI’s Imperator of the American continent Harvey Spencer Lewis was a member of the Freemasonic Antient Rite of Memphis-Misraim, the public dismissal of Freemasonry by FUDOSI appears to have been in name only rather than actual policy.

Fédération Universelle des Ordres, Fraternités et Sociétés Initiatiques (FUDOFSI)
The Fédération Universelle des Ordres, Fraternités et Sociétés Initiatiques, otherwise known as FUDOFSI, was a international federation of esoteric (secret) orders and societies similar to its allged nemisis FUDOSI. It was headed by Constant Chevillon, the grand Master of the Freemasonic Rite of Memphis-Misraïm was reportedly murdered by the Nazi Gestapo in 1944. FUDOFSI was allegedly established in defense of the Orders of Lyon and other societies not involved with FUDOSI. It was publically opposed to FUDOSI and the Ancient Mystical Order Rosae Crucis (AMORC), although it curiously contained members of both groups. Considering that Raoul Fructus was a former member of the FUDOSI, and a “different lineage”  of the Ordre Kabbalistique De La Rose Croix attended the first FUDOSI conference in 1934, it can be ascertained that both FUDOFSI and FUDOSI were created to be opposing police forces designed  to regulate the growing number of secret orders and societies. Like FUDOSI, FUDOFSI mysteriously ceased to exist during World War II. However, in 1947 FUDOFSI members Hans-Rudolf Hilfiker and R. Swinburne Clymer allegedly created a new organization entitled “Worldwide Alliance of Rosicrucian Orders”, in order to carry out FUDOFSI’s mission. They reportedly held meetings at the hotel Baur-au-lac in Zürich, Switzerland on May 7, 1947 and June 5, 1948. The location of their alleged meeting place is rather curious because the Switzerland is home to the CIA which in all likelihood absorbed both FUDOSI and FUDOFSI during World War II. The notion that FUDOFSI went undercover is corroborated by the official biography of Emerson Myron Clymer, son of R. Swinburne Clymer, who claimed that his father held the title of “Supreme Grand Master of FUDOFSI” at the time of his death. Therefore, at least according to members of the Fraternitas Rosae Crucis, FUDOFSI survived as a federation. The term “FUDOFSI” (F+D+F+S) can be deciphered as follows: The term  “federation”, which is found in the title of FUDOFSI, is an apparent tribute to Confoederatio Helvetic, the official title of Switzerland which was the first “federation” or “fed” (F+D). The term “Federal Fraternities” or “FS” is coincidentally found in the title of the secret intelligence service of Switzerland which is entitled Federal Intelligence Service (FIS). Therefore, acronymically and/or consonantly speaking, the term FUDOFSI in all likelihood equates to “Fraternities Societies of Switzerland”. Since Jewish orders who practice the Kabballah were present at FUDOFSI meetings (i.e., Ordre Kabbalistique de la Rose Croix), the title of FUDOFSI can be expanded to mean “Jewish Fraternal Societies of Switzerland”.

First Meeting of FUDOFSI
Similar to the first meeting of FUDOSI, the first meeting of FUDOFSI in
Paris, France, in February of 1939 was rife with Rosicrucians and Freemasons alike, including but not limited to: Alfred I. Sharp; Andre Fayolle; Rosicrucian, and founder of Fraternitas Rosicruciana Antiqua (FRA), Arnoldo Krumm-Heller; Camille Savoir; Rosicrucian and Grand Master of the Freemasonry Rite of Memphis-Misraïm, Constant Chevillon; Count Jean de Czarnomsky; Hans Rudolf Hilfiker-Dunn; Grand Mast of the Marnist L'Ordre Martiniste of Papus, Henri-Charles Dupont; Henri Dubois; Laugenier; Nauwelaerts: Raoul Fructus, a former member of the FUDOSI; and Rosicrucian Reuben Swinburne Clymer. Rosicrucian and Freemasonic orders were also present at FUDOFSI’s first meeting, including but are not limited to: Ancient and Primitive Rite of Memphis Mizraim, Brotherhood of the Illumined Brethren of the Rose-Croix, Fraternitas Rosae Crucis, Fraternitas Rosicruciana Antiqua, L'Eglise Gnostique Universelle, L'Ordre Martiniste-Martineziste de Lyon, Ordre De Saint Graal, Ordre Kabbalistique De La Rose Croix, Order of Knight Masons Elus Cohen of the Universe, and Rite Ecossais Rectifie. Considering that the Ordre Kabbalistique De La Rose Croix was reportedly in attendance, it can be deduced that FUDOFSI, like its counterpart FUDOSI, was a federation of secret Jewish orders and societies.  Historically speaking, only Jews have practiced the witchcraft of the Kabballah and therefore would not under any circumstance associate with goyim (non-Jews), especially in respect to esoteric matters of espionage.