The gate to Kern Place: Bizarre, orna...

The gate to Kern Place: Bizarre, ornate, mystical monument was developer's tribute to Lady Luck

There are 1 comment on the El Paso Times story from Jun 21, 2014, titled The gate to Kern Place: Bizarre, ornate, mystical monument was developer's tribute to Lady Luck. In it, El Paso Times reports that:

A photo of the Kern Place entrance gate. The caption in a 1956 El Paso Times read: "There it is, but what is it? That is the question that springs to mind on first glance at this incredibly complicated sign at the entrance of Kern Place.

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L Morales

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#1 Jun 21, 2014
Kern Place was designed for and by freemasons. The FreeMason temple in downtown El Paso is a reminder that their presence still lingers in our area. Perhaps their influence is still prominent in local political decision making. We know George Washington, George W Bush, and countless congressmen, Senators, CIA Directors, FBI Directors, ambassadors and so on were Skull and Bones members and or Free Masons. The secret society has been a part of El Paso history for decades and scores. One thing we know about these exclusive secret societies is that one must be asked to join as opposed to voluntarily requesting to join. We also know men like Thomas Jefferson, Andrew Jackson, Abraham Lincoln, and John F. Kennedy opposed these secretive societies and some of these great men regardless of political affiliation lost their lives for having opposing view points. Kern Place is gripped with Free Mason history rather it is a dark and sinister history or a bright and benelovent one no one but the secret keepers know. It is apparent though that the Masons still have a significant say so in El Paso and the rest of us are just here to spectate the art of architecture unfold before our eyes.żY Que?

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