December 15, 2019: Ius Humanum the Desk of Jose Maria Chavira MS: Delta Upsilon (ΔΥ), commonly known as DU, is a collegiate men’s fraternity founded on November 4, 1834 at Williams College in Williamstown, Massachusetts. It is the sixth-oldest, all-male, college Greek-letter organization founded in North America (only Kappa Alpha Society, Sigma Phi, Delta Phi, Alpha Delta Phi, and Psi Upsilon predate). It is popularly and informally known as “DU” or “Delta U” and its members are called “DUs”
Although historically found on the campuses of small New England private universities, Delta Upsilon currently has 76 chapters which are also refered to as colonies across the United States and Canada. A number of its buildings are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Delta Upsilon is one of the many powerful fraternities with Alumni bragging rights. Its most notable member is President James A. Garfield, Brothers of this fraternity are said to have sat in the United States Congress, the Parliament of Canada, one in the Imperial House of Peers of Japan a very long time ago.
Its members have won various important prizes and awards including a Presidential Medal of Freedom, an award from the Order of Canada, one investiture each into the Order of St Michael and St George, the Order of Merit, and the Royal Norwegian Order of St. Olav and lastly one Lenin Peace Prize.
The last ones caught me by suprise too. Lets look at that last one. If what is written is true, the International Lenin Peace Prize (Russian: международная Ленинская премия мира, mezhdunarodnaya Leninskaya premiya mira) was a Soviet Union award named in honor of Vladimir Lenin. Supposedly it was awarded by a panel appointed by the Soviet government, to notable individuals whom the panel indicated had “strengthened peace among comrades”. However this award is said to have orginally been called the International Stalin Prize for Strengthening Peace Among People.
Now before making this Lenin/Stalin award the pursuit of your fraternal dreams and career make sure to cross reference commmunist white supremacy’s terrible human rights record before becoming or continuing to be part of this very dangerous white supremacy movement left wing or right wing. While your at it make sure to pray and get back in touch with God’s Holy Spirit as we continue in a great Judgment of God.
Delta Upsilon was founded in 1834 at Williams College and was avowedly anti-secrecy. Its founding and positioning correlates to the anti-Masonic movement and sentiments that dominated the United States in the 19th century. The idea that Delta Upsilon is said to have been a part of the popular backlash to Freemasonry has generally been rejected. It is very probable before going cultish that many fraternities were anti-masonic and anti-secrecy a very long time ago. Past records are difficult to find and many fraternities have destroyed by fire many things, including human lives in secret rituals. The secrets, the lives or records destroyed by fraternal ritual are the kinds of things that only the power of God’s Holy Spirit and the Judgment of God bring to justice.
Like many fraternities Delta Upsilon’s founding chapter has a fire story. A mysterious fire in 1841 destroyed the records of the first meeting of the Social Fraternity, erasing much of the organization’s early history.
The God of Moses? or moloch?
Fraternities are social organizations. they exist inside colleges, universities and as professional organizations all over the world.
Similar, but much less common, organizations also exist at the high school level in private schools. Why wait to college when you can get to kids while still in their impressionable years?
Generally, membership in a fraternity is obtained as an undergraduate student in college but continues, thereafter, for life. Some of these organizations can accept graduate students as well as undergraduates, per constitutional provisions.
Fraternal loyalty has compromised the security of each nation on the earth. Given a chance to stop this conspiracy and failing to do so has cost millions of lives. God’s Holy Spirit and the Judgment of God is still bailing us out from the mistake of our fraternal leaders putting to much trust [in] white supremacy. We can also help ouselves.
Individual fraternities vary in organization and purpose, but the elements of most concern to the general public are:
- Secrecy (secret practices)
- Gender conspiracies
- Rapes and assults
- Loyalty to fraternity over country
- Perpetuating elitism & inequality
- White supremacy
- Moloch & Baal and Idol worship
- Human sacrifice
- Rituals (see sacred fire for more enlightment)
At the conclusion of an initiation ritual, the organization’s secret motto, secret purpose and secret identification signs, such as handshakes and passwords, are usually revealed to its new members. Some fraternities also teach initiates an identity search device used to confirm fellow fraternity members.
At least thats how it used to be and attempt to define accurately the ritual would break code of its purpose and intent,
Meetings and rituals are sometimes conducted in what is known as a “chapter room” located inside the fraternity’s house. Entry into chapter rooms is often prohibited to all but the initiated. In one extreme case, the response of firefighters to a blaze signaled by an automated alarm at the Sigma Phi chapter house at the University of Wisconsin in 2003 was hampered in part because fraternity members refused to disclose the location of the hidden chapter room, where the conflagration had erupted, to emergency responders. Like I said, all Fraternitys have a fire story.
Fraternity fires have a long rich international history In News & Research Data, research, and tools at NFPA a Building and life safety report titled “Structure Fires in Dormitories, Fraternities, Sororities and Barracks” Cited: In 2011-2015, U.S. fire departments responded to an estimated annual average of 4,100 structure fires. A large margine is left for secrecy.
87% of the reported structure fires involved cooking equipment the favored tool of these special fires. Structure fires are more common during the evening hours between 5 p.m. and 9 p.m., and on weekends. That reads like Church services and that rituals are most likely the cause of these fires by way of cooking equipment. But not all ritual is a Sacred Fire.
According to Assistant Professor Caroline Rolland-Diamond of the Paris West University Nanterre La Défense, in one ritual popular in the 1960s, born out of frustration to the ubiquitous nascent counterculture, “The men were stripped to their underpants, tied up to a tree, and covered in a nasty mix of food and leaves, remaining there until someone came to free them with a kiss. So much for secrecy. He must have made that up to deflect attention from the more serious problems in the 60s of secret societies, racism femincide and communism. Or maybe its true. The important thing to remember is that if that was all they did, we would not have the problems that we have today.
Other areas of concern are
- Substance abuse
- Gender conspiracies
- Secret rituals not mentioned here
- The manual the Sacred fire
- Sexual miscondcuct
- Sexual assault and battery
- Racism and racist incidents
The turbulence in Greek Fraternities escalated during the 50s and 60s. when problems with white supremacy were very dominant. Now look where we are at today with Political news and general information. If it is the fraternal nature to work to undermine society while pretending to be its most prominent citzens, we have missed the point complete of what it means to exists in God’s world who will call in every conspiracy used against the People; and with no exceptions, will always will bring to justice and undue those things that hurt us and our world. It is up to us to keep them undone or we go through this same cycle which is only painful for people of the occult and those who do not believe in God and think they have conquered the world.
- Moloch and the Sacred Fire https://hardtruthsonhumanrights.wordpress.com/against/moloch-a-mason-idol/
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Birdseye, Clarence Frank (1907), Individual Training in Our Colleges, New York: The MacMillan Company, p. 211
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- Anson, Jack (1991). Baird’s Manual of American College Fraternities. Bairds Manual Foundation. ISBN 0963715909.
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- .Medal of Honor Recipients”. nicindy.org. North American Interfraternity Conference
- Great Soviet Encyclopedia (in Russian) (2nd ed.). Moscow: Sovetskaya Enciklopediya. 1953.
- Yearbook of the Great Soviet Encyclopedia (in Russian). Moscow: Sovetskaya Enciklopediya. 1959.
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