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Serbian Anti-Masonic Stamps

Posted by commendatori on April 8, 2009


On January 1, 1942 Serbia issued four stamps to commemorate the Grand Anti-Masonic Exhibition, which opened in Belgrade on October 22, 1941. These stamps depict a strong and victorious Serbia crushing an evil Masonic-Communist-Jewish plot for world domination.

The surtax on this issue was used for Anti-Masonic, Anti-Communist, and Anti-Jewish propaganda.

Each stamp bore the opening date 22×1941 and was labeled “Anti-Masonic Exhibition” and “Serbia” in Cyrillic letters.

These stamps, with their juxtaposition of Masonic, Communist, Jewish and Serbian symbols, provide a remarkable window into the Serbian wartime worldview. Even after the Communist takeover of Yugoslavia in May 1945 Masons were regarded with suspicion and contempt by the Serbian dominated Yugoslav authorities and Masonry remained outlawed for the next 45 years – until the summer of 1990.

The first stamp ($0.50) shows Masonry, as a hooded figure wearing an apron and star of David upon its bosom. Obviously he is blinded because he sees the real light. “John 12:46 (King James Version) I am come a light into the world, that whosoever believeth on me should not abide in darkness.”

The second stamp ($1.00) of the series shows a hand emanating from a silvery light, as in the first stamp, and grasping the neck of a huge viper whose head rests on a square and compasses. This viper or snake is covered with the Stars of David rather than scales. Biblically, the snake represents the Devil. “Revelation 3:9 (King James Version) Behold, I will make them of the synagogue of Satan, which say they are Jews, and are not, but do lie; behold, I will make them to come and worship before thy feet, and to know that I have loved thee.”

The third stamp ($2.00)shows a sheaf of wheat superimposed on a cross, which has a pointed lower leg, together with the hammer, and cycle all resting upon and splitting a star that symbolizes Serbia. This attempts to show that the Jew, Mason, and Communist are alike in ideal if not one and the same.

The last stamp ($4.00) of the series shows a Star of David upon the curved surface of the earth between two pillars which are being put asunder by a zealous modern Serbian Samson. These pillars presumably refer to the two pillars in the porch of King Solomon’s Temple, Boaz and Jachin.


2 Responses to “Serbian Anti-Masonic Stamps”

  1. Rather then the Jewish star, the stamps should have shown a symbol of the Vatican – which is really the GUI atop the older entity of masonry.

  2. commendatori said

    Yes indeed…. the Vatican being at the top of the food chain, it should. Maybe those stamps were inspired by Rev 2:9 & 3:9.

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