The True Meaning Of The Word “Juwes”

Posted: August 24, 2009 in Other Ripper Research
On September 30, 1888, after Jack the Ripper killed Elizabeth Stride and Catherine Eddowes, he walked northeast from Mitre Square to Goulston Street and wrote in a piece of white chalk on the black fascia of the doorway to the Wentworth Model Dwellings:
 
"The Juwes are
The Men that
        Will not
be Blamed
       for nothing."
 
Many arguments have arisen as to the true meaning of the word Juwes. Some believe that the word was a misspelling of the word "Jews", however, there is a far more historical meaning to the word "Juwes." Please read the following to understand what the writer truly meant by this particular expression:
 
 
In the book, "The Mysteries of Freemasonry," written by William Morgan, who was conferred to the Royal Arch degree in May of 1825, there can be found full details of the reenactments of the building of Solomon’s Temple, the murder of Master Hiram Abiff by three ruffians who murdered their master because he would not divulge to them the one secret word of God. In the degree, entitled, "Degree of Perfect Master," which is only conferred in a Lodge of Perfection, the following question is asked to the candidate:
 
Q. What is meant by the letters J.M.B. on the triangular stone? A. They are the initials of the three Hebrew words, Joshagn, Mawkoms, Bawheer – signifying "the elect sleeps in his place."
 
Now, if you look at the Goulston Street Graffiti, you can see that these three letters "J.M.B." are capitalized. This is how the City of London policeman and the Metropolitan Policeman recorded the graffiti after having seen it or just prior to its removal. This particular phrase would only have significance to a higher level Freemason, like Warren, and was a clue/sign that these murders were committed by Royal Arch Masons, and the murderers, as such, were to be shielded at all costs. May it be remembered that William Morgan himself, was also killed by Royal Arch Masons and Knights Templars. Here is the link to the entire book which can be downloaded for free at Project Gutenberg.
 
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