The Knights of Pythias is a secret society founded in Washington, D.C. on February 19, 1864. It was purportedly founded by Justus H. Rathbone who was inspired by the Greek legend of Damon and Pythias which is symbolic of treason and treachery. The Order has over 2,000 lodges in the United States and around the world with a total membership of over 50,000 in 2003. It is the first fraternal organization to receive a charter under an act of the United States Congress. Therefore, the Order is state-sponsored which naturally raises ethical issues regarding the underlying motives of the Order. In other words, the actions of the Knights, not matter how treacherous, can ultimately be blamed on the U.S. government which funded the Oder as opposed to the CIA of Switzerland which is ultimately in command and control of it. Knights of Pythias auxiliaries include but are not limited to: the Dramatic Order of the Knights of Khorassan; the Junior Order of Princes of Syracuse; the “Knights of Pythias of North and South America, Europe, Asia and Africa” (KPNSAEAA); the Pythian Sisters; and the Pythian Sunshine Girls.
Knights of Pythias Double-Cross
Historically, members of the Knights of Pythias have received a ceremonial sword which was inscribed with the acronym "FCB”, allegedly representative of the Pythian motto of "Friendship, Charity, Benevolence". However, acronymically and/or consonantly speaking, the initials “FCB” equates to “Double-cross Kill 13”. The letter “B” equates to the number 13 (i.e., 1+3=B) which is symbolic of the 13 Bloodlines of Rome who ultimately control the Order. The Knights of Pythias were evidently created in order to control governments, namely the U.S., through double-crossing, treason and treachery. This is why members receive a sword, for it has been used to assassinate statesmen ever since the times of the Roman Empire. Images depicted on the swords of the Knights of Pythias include but are not limited to: a) a man, woman and child—symbolic of a Knight of Pythias saying good-bye to his family before his eventual death; b) a man looking out of a building, with a group of people below —symbolic of a staged suicide, and c) a man between some pillars, pulling them down—symbolic of Samson destroying his enemy's temple. The Sampson reference is key because the Knights of Pythias are routinely used to pull down the U.S. government from within as evidenced by the oath taken by its members.
Similar to Freemasonry and Rosicrucianism, membership in Knights of Pythias is open to males 18 years of age or older who believe in a Supreme Being. Interestingly, the oath taken by its members states: “I declare upon honor that I believe in a Supreme Being, that I am not a professional gambler, or unlawfully engaged in the wholesale or retail sale of intoxicating liquors or narcotics; and that I believe in the maintenance of the order and the upholding of constituted authority in the government in which I live. Moreover, I declare upon honor that I am not a Communist or Fascist; that I do not advocate nor am I a member of any organization that advocates the overthrow of the Government of the Country of which I am a Citizen, by force or violence or other unlawful means; and that I do not seek by force or violence to deny to other persons their rights under the laws of such country”. Considering the oath specifically references the “upholding of constituted authority”, that Knights are not “Communist or Fascist”, and do not advocate “the overthrow of the Government”, it can be deduced this is exactly why the Knights of Pythias exist—to uphold fascism and stage coup d’états. In other words, the oath serves as a political smokescreen for the true mission of the Knights of Pythias—treason from within.
Knights of Pythias in U.S. Government
Treasonous and treacherous men who have been or are currently members of the Knights of Pythias include but are not limited to: U.S. Congressman: Anthony Weiner, U.S. Congressman; Charles Schumer, U.S. Senator; Peter T. King, U.S. Congressman; and Robert Byrd, U.S. Senator; U.S. Presidents and Vice Presidents: Franklin D. Roosevelt, U.S. President; Hubert Horatio Humphrey, U.S. Vice President; Nelson A. Rockefeller, U.S. Vice President; Warren G. Harding, U.S. President; and William McKinley, U.S. President; U.S. Governors: Francis E. Warren, Governor of Wyoming; J. Millard Tawes, Governor of Maryland; John Ellis Martineau, Governor of Arkansas; and Richard Irvine Manning III, Governor of South Carolina; and U.S. Statesmen: Benjamin Cardozo, U.S. Supreme Court Justice; and Hugo Black, U.S. Supreme Court Justice; and William Jennings Bryan, U.S. Secretary of State and U.S. presidential candidate.