Some Prominent Anti-Vaxers May Have Masonic Ties

The Academy of Divine Knowledge appears to be a Masonic organization whose teachers and associates  include prominent anti-vaxers David Icke, Judy Mikovits, Del Bigtree, Alec Zeck, Dr. Christiane Northrup,  Dr. Carrie Madej, and RFK Jr. 

This video by Sgt. Michelle Foy exposes some of the most popular anti vax media personalities as New Agers and fake Christians.  Many are linked to the suspicious Academy of Divine Knowledge including RFK Jr., Sacha Stone, and Dr. Carrie Madej.

The other teachers are an assortment of psychic mediums, yoga instructors, remote viewers, and random new age kooks.  One of the remote viewers, Michael Jaco, just happens to be a former CIA operative.  Nothing suspicious here, right?


The Academy’s logo is a hexagram in a circle, most commonly known as the Star of David.  However, this is not a Jewish organization per se.  They also charge $33 per month for membership, a very odd number considering the reference to Freemasonry.

The FAQ on their site explains that the price is $33/month because 33 is a Master Number that holds many divine meanings – one of which is that “all things are possible.” This resonates strongly with our community as we pursue the idea that our Academy can create massive shifts in humanity as a collective. 

On their site, they say “The Academy of Divine Knowledge was founded on the initial principle of helping humanity through its awakening process in a comfortable manner. Through sharing and uncovering expansive information and knowledge, our goal is to unite together to raise the collective consciousness while preserving and promoting freedom of speech.

We knew we needed a change in our world, and we knew we could only do it on a collective level. When we come together in unity consciousness and put our energy together, we shift our entire reality in ways that surpass even our wildest dreams!”