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'CONSPIRACIES' AND SECRET SOCIETIES.
This is where it gets weird! But never forget that they sometimes say the truth is stranger than fiction. What follows is but one example ...
I have split this Infodoc into two parts. This is because we need to understand the mentality of supreme authority and what lengths they will consider going to to achieve their aims.
Tentative connections. Suspicious links and dubious cross-references? Do you live an ordinary life, go to work, watch television, accept everything that the establishment tells you, etc.? Then you will be an excellent candidate to be fed disinformation by those who think they can control your life by opening and closing doors in the 'rat maze' that is your everyday existence.
Then there is the extreme opposite. As much as one's life can be simplistic, there are those who will try to 'enlighten' you be revealling lot so hidden secrets, conspiracies, theories, etc.
Between these two worlds lays the truth. But it is easy to be driven to distraction by all the claims 'out there', and some which can drive you plain crazy trying to work out and understand.
OK! This is not attempt to propound any theory about a conspiracy to rule the world using fluoride in tap-water. I just wnat to bring to your attention some interesting links and let you decide upon any posible connections.
The information I provide is based upon either personal experiences, facts and truths (as we understand the word). Some of my links are fanciful, but do have some grounding. That is the sole reason they are included. It is also because we need to understand the type of people we are dealing with when challenging the subject of fluoride, and water fluoridation.
In my series of 'Infodocs', we have seen how the truth has not so much manipulated by those who wish to poison our water, as mauled to death in an attempt for us to give up all hope and that we are powerless to fight against all the lies and corruption that underpins water fluoridation.
So, some of my 'fanciful' links suddenly look less dubious and more believable. After all, if a group of people are so intensely evil to poison our water supplies, then where do they stop?
If you remain suspicious of my links after you have finished reading this publication, then please return to Infodoc 10. Also visit our ethics section to see more evidence of the evil that some people will resort to.
It's you choice. I'm not asking you to believe anything that you think is too far-fetched. All I recommend is that you keep an open mind. This is because a closed mind is the greatest ally of the ultimate conspiracy - to manipulate humanity to the point where you cease to exist as a human being. In other words, until you realise what is happening all around you, and you remain hiding in the shell of your limited life, you will be no more than a statistic, a pawn in the greatest game of chess of all - life.
Are you sitting comfortably? If you are, prepare to feel a little restless ...
DELTA SIGMA DELTA - Dentistry's secret society
Secret societies have existed for thousands of years. Some are mythical, some shrouded in mystery, and some are established realities. Members of secret societies do not have to be Masons. The rituals, practices and principles of each individual society will indicate whether or not they are true, or pertaining to be true, Masonic orders. Delta Sigma Delta (DSD) are a 'Masonic' movement - the symbols on their insignia have Masonic origins:
History of DSD
November 15, 1882. Seven dental students met and founded the first dental fraternity in the world. The letters of the DDS degree they were to receive were transposed to DSD (DSD). The first Chapter of DSD became known as Alpha Chapter. "A good scholastic average is an important criterion for membership", according to the DSD web-site. Although DSD was devised by dental students, it also created a "Supreme Chapter" which brought into it's ranks "outstanding teachers and practitioners".
"Undergraduate Chapters are located in dental schools and Graduate Chapters are located throughout the United States of America, as well as Europe and Australasia. The Supreme Council is designated as the administrative or governing body of the fraternity." 
So what is the influence of Masonry within the ranks of DSD? It really depends on the motives of it's senior members who work under a cloak of secrecy - hardly a recommendation for trusting them.
DSD may well have started out as a harmless venture. However, with "30,000 members", the creation of the Supreme Chapter, and the design of the insignia raise serious questions about the motives of this secretive Society.
DSD in Australia
The January 1989 (Volume 31-1) edition of the Probe carried a story of a 'fraternity' known as Delta Sigma Delta. The story was penned by a (self-proclaimed) former MI6 agent, Dr Geoffrey Smith of South Yarra, Melbourne, Australia. Here is what he said ...
Dentistry's Secret Society
Frankly, I'm not the sort of person who joins clubs or societies. Like Groucho Marx, I would be wary of belonging to a club which would consider me for membership. Nevertheless, it came as quite a shock to find, after 30 years in the profession, that there existed a world-wide secret society of dentists, namely: Delta Sigma Delta (DSD).
Fraternities, sometimes referred to as Greek-letter societies, are usually associated with colleges and universities in North America. DSD, founded in 1882 at the University of Michigan, was the first specifically dental fraternity. In the same year, and at the same university, the first fraternity for medical students - Nu Sigma Nu - was established.
Unlike most college fraternities, and apparently in the 1920s, DSD went international: but it confined most of it's recruiting to English-speaking dentists. Today, DSD has about 26,000 members worldwide, with the great majority coming from the United States and Canada. But particularly active DSD Chapters have been established in Australia, The United Kingdom, New Zealand, Singapore, Holland, Sweden, South Africa, Hong Kong and the Republic of Ireland.
DSD membership is restricted to male dentists , and some of it's ritual has Freemasonry connotations. Each Chapter is led by a Grand-Master and all members are required to take a strict oath of secrecy. Membership is by invitation only. The society has a monthly newsletter which is difficult for non-members to obtain. It is called Desmos, which in Greek means chain or bond.
In Australia, which has around 7,000 registered dentists, only 270 are members of DSD. Yet, during the past 20 years, all but two presidents of the Australian Dental Association have been members of the society, and three fifths of the dentists on the Federal Executive are members of this exclusive brotherhood. It's members also figure prominently on most Federal and State Councils of the Dental Association as well as State Dental Boards - the watchdogs of professional ethics. In Britain, it seems that there are fewer than 2,000 Delta Sigs, but some of the best known names in dentistry are members of this American secret society.
Dr Ewan Deane, apart from being Registrar of the Victorian State Dental Board, was until recently the Grand Master of the Victorian Chapter of DSD. He described the society as "... a membership of like-minded men dedicated to advancing dentistry". He admits that membership is male only and by invitation, but explains: "The dentist must have contributed to dentistry or the community. It's in day-to-day life that members have influence over other people. Delta Sigs, by virtue of their prominence and dedication, are leaders in the profession."
Recently, it seems that New Zealand dentists have been disturbed by the unseen presence of DSD. A spokesman for the Hawkes Bay branch of the New Zealand Dental Association (NZDA) observed: "As long as membership of this body remains anonymous, it will be suspect and speculations as to it's real aims and objectives will occur within the rank and file of the Association."
In response to this unease, the Council of the NZDA appointed a committee to investigate whether DSD satisfied the ethics and rules of the NZDA. Their conclusions were that DSD was purely a social organisation. However, some questioned the effectiveness of such an exercise when every Delta Sig has taken an oath of secrecy about the society. It was also rumoured at the time that some of the dentists on the special committee set up to investigate DSD were also members of the society.
Is DSD a scholastic dental fraternity as a spokesman for the Michigan Chapter has claimed? Is it just a society? Or could it be something more sinister? Couldn't a closed organisation have the potential to divide the profession? Obviously, such a group could be a powerful lobby to further the interests of a highly organised minority.
Last March, I had a visit from a senior colleague. He left me with a membership list of DSD. It had been printed in the Spring edition of Desmos.
The list is interesting for a number of reasons. First, I had been told that all members were eminent dentists, they must have "contributed to dentistry or the community", to quote Dr Deane. However, the list showed that some members were invited to join DSD in the same year they qualified. How does a dentist establish a reputation is such a short time?
Second, the names of many 'eminent' dentists were missing from the list. For example, the three best known dentists in Victoria (if not Australia) over the past 30 years would be: Sir Arthur Amies, dean of the Melbourne Dental School for 30 years; Paul Pincus , a dental scientist of the first rank and well known in London as well as Victoria; and Philip Sutton, who has not only published in dental journals but also in leading scientific journals such as Nature.
Unfortunately, Sir Arthur and Paul Pincus are dead. But remember the list was for 1976, and it seems that Amies, Pincus and Sutton were never members of DSD. Indeed, Sutton, who is a personal friend has confirmed this; further, he had never even heard of the society until I mentioned it to him.
I find it hard to understand why members of the healing profession feel this need to belong to an exclusively dental secret society. What have dentists, or rather a group of 'elite' dentists, got to be secret about? What have I been missing? Perhaps some readers could help shed more light on this odd society of dentists.
1. The crossed keys. Two crossed keys are quite a common charge. "The two keys are the symbol for St. Peter, gatekeeper of the heaven in the Catholic religion. St. Peter is a very popular saint, hence the two keys are a common charge".  NB. The keys on the DSD insignia are pointing downwards whereas they would normally be pointing upwards (based on the observation of numerous heraldic representations). Does this mean that the keys pointing downwards, and considering the other imagery used, refer to the keys to the gates of Hell?
2. The all-seeing eye of God (top right). This is a Masonic symbol and appears, for example, on the insignia of the Illuminati and one-dollar bills. It has also been identified as the eye of Lucifer. More information below.
3. The Chevron (centre). Def.: "chevron \'shev-ren\ n [ME, fr. MF, rafter, chevron, fr. (assumed) VL caprion-, caprio rafter; akin to L caper goat] (14c)". It is unclear what the five symbols within the chevron are due to lack of detail.
Also, from the Bible. Matthew, 25:31-41: When the Son of man shall come in his glory, ...he shall set the sheep on his right hand and the goats on his left; then shall the King say unto the sheep, 'Come ye who are blessed of my Father, inherit the kingdom prepared for you from the foundations of the world.' Then shall the Kings say unto the goats on the left; Depart from me, you who are cursed, into everlasting fire prepared for the devil and his angels'.
Another link is the 'Goat of Mendes', which may have given rise to the above quote. See THE GOAT OF MENDES (external link] for more information.
4. Skull & Bones. Usually a danger sign, but with other possible meanings. One is the 'Society of Skull & Bones'. Another reference is possibly the Illuminati's 'Book of Life and Death'. This is especially noted as the 'all-seeing eye of God' is a well-known Illuminati symbol.
The 'all-seeing eye of God' - but which 'God'?
This is the symbol which appears on the back of one-dollar bills. It is the symbol of the New World Order (Novus Ordo Seclorum). At the top of the pyramid is the 'all-seeing eye of God' and at the foot of the pyramid are the roman numerals MDCCLXXVI (which refers to the year *1776). *As well as being the year of Independence for America, it was also the same year the (Bavarian) Illuminati came into being.
i. The term 'Annuit Coeptis' means: "He (God) has approved our beginnings." 
ii. It is said that the above seal first appeared in 1933.
iii. Adolf Hitler became Chancellor of the German Republic at midday, January 30th, 1933. 
Welcome to Hell: A 'Nine O'Clock' religious rave service (Source: BBC footage). Flashing lights and smoke. The 'God' of the Illuminati is clearly spelled out ...
A cavorting dancer in an animal (goat?) pen is another possible symbol of satanic worship ...
What is the significance of the skull and bones resting upon a book in the DSD insignia? The only prominent reference to skull and bones is the secret society, known as: "The Order of Skull and Bones". It was created at Yale University in the first half of the 19th Century ...
On September 29, 1876, a group calling itself "The Order of File and Claw" broke into the Skull and Bones' holy of holies. In the "tomb" they found lodge-room 324 "fitted up in black velvet, even the walls being covered with the material." Upstairs was lodge-room 322, "the 'sanctum sanctorium' of the temple ... furnished in red velvet" with a pentagram on the wall. In the hall are "pictures of the founders of Bones at Yale, and of members of the Society in Germany, when the chapter was established here in 1832." The raiding party found another interesting scene in the parlor next to room 322."
On the west wall, hung among other pictures, an old engraving representing an open burial vault, in which, on a stone slab, rest four human skulls, grouped about a fools cap and bells, an open book, several mathematical instruments, a beggar's scrip, and a royal crown. On the arched wall above the vault are the explanatory words, in Roman letters, 'We War Der Thor, Wer Weiser, Wer Bettler Oder, Kaiser?' and below the vault is engraved, in German characters, the sentence; 'Ob Arm, Ob Beich, im Tode gleich.'
The picture is accompanied by a card on which is written, 'From the German Chapter. Presented by D. C. Gilman of D. 50'.
Skull and crossbones: \-'kros-,bonz\ n, pl skulls and crossbones (1826): a representation of a human skull over crossbones usually used as a warning of danger to life. 
Considering S&B's suggestive links to the Illuminati, the book upon which the skull and bones rest could be a 'bible' - or may remotely be a reference to the Illuminati's 'Book of Life and Death'.
More Skull & Bones: A nice bunch of guys?
The infamous Totenkopf (Brunswick-style Deaths Head) emblem worn by the Waffen SS. The Waffen SS manned the German concentration camps in WWII.
Definitely NOT a nice bunch of guys ...
Sodium Fluoride (used to fluoridate some American water systems) was also used to manufacture nerve gases such as Sarin. Experiments were conducted on certain 'undesirable' elements though usage on labour camp inmates in general has been disputed. The US government may also be implicated in these abuses and this is currently under investigation.
 DSD web-site
 According to information from the USA, DSD has accepted female members for an undefined period of time.
 It is not clear if Paul Pincus, described as a "dental scientist", would have been eligible to join DSD.
 Sutton, Pincus and Amies have all spoken out about the dangers of fluoridation. NB. Philip Sutton and Dr Smith have since both died.
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