**WARNING: This article, first published on Facebook, is written with a conversational style. If that bothers you then DO NOT READ IT

I just found out that the freemasons, historically, used a name of G_d known as Jabulon. This word, apparently, has gotten masons in trouble with anti-masonic Christians who believe this proves that Masons worship a different god than they do.


Nobody seems to know for sure where the name comes from or what it means. Freemasons, in general, aren't any more enlightened as to the word and its meaning than any of the rest of us, apparently. I think it's pretty obvious, though. All you have to do is look at how the syllables break down etymologically.



This one is super obvious. It is pronounced “Jah.” It is a commonly used hebrewish name of G_d. Rastafarians use it to this day to refer to G_d. What it actually means, is “I AM.” The Hebrew god called himself I AM in Genesis.


It really just means “bull” but the full significance of this my require you to do some of your own research. The importance of the Bull, the Bull's Eye, and Baal will only become clear if you've studied this intently but suffice it to say that it has to do with fertility and, therefore, the generative aspect (G). It may be important to note that, if you drop the “L,” you get the word Bu which means door in ancient Turkic languages.


Is an ancient Hebrew word that essentially means “light” or “sun.” Excerpt from Genesis: “Pharaoh also told Joseph, “I’m still Pharaoh, but without your permission nobody in all of the land of Egypt will so much as lift up their hands or take a step!” 45Pharaoh also changed Joseph’s name to Zaphenath-paneahy and gave Asenath, daughter of Potiphera, the priest of On, to him as his wife. And that’s how Joseph gained authority over the land of Egypt.”

Side Note

I talk about the story of Joseph, and the significance of it today, in the following article. So far, everybody that's read it has absolutely hated it and you probably will too. It's, by far, the most criticized and despised article I've ever written.

Even so… here it is anyway: http://devtome.com/doku.php?id=financial_tyranny_in_the_bible


I personally like the interpretation “I am the door to the light.” This would make Jabulon another word for the Christ. Get it? However, when I interpret it that way I can't explain where the “L” came from.

The current Wikipedia interpretation would be something more like “I am fertility and light” which may be correct but not as much fun in my opinion.

Some smart@ss out there may be wondering why I'm not mentioning that this is the “Lost Word” of Freemasonry. I am now but it really isn't. It's just a substitute lost word so don't get too excited.

Freemasons are forbidden from telling people this word outside of the Lodge so feel privileged.

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