North American Masonic Lodges have an initiative called the Masonic Child Identification Programme (“CHIP”). CHIP programmes are supported monetarily at the Grand Lodge level, and are staffed by volunteers from subordinate lodges as well as law enforcement and dental professionals.
The Freemasons’ programme takes digital fingerprints, digital imaging, digital video, dental impressions and DNA mouth swabs under the guise of in case your loved ones are horrendously abducted. The processing of the data is managed by Freemason’s proprietary software.
The Masonic Youth Child Identification Programme (“MYCHIP”) has identified more than 300,000 children since its inception in 1988.
The MYCHIP website for Massachusetts, for example, states: “The program provides tools to help law enforcement authorities find and identify a lost or missing child. The Masons of Massachusetts, partnering with the Massachusetts Crime Prevention Officers Association and the Massachusetts Dental Association, donate MYCHIP resources to make this service available to the public.”
As if to give the public confidence that this is a good initiative, the website boasts: “MYCHIP is managed by the Most Worshipful Grand Lodge of Ancient Free and Accepted Masons in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.”
Why is an unregulated, exclusive and secretive group collecting children’s images, fingerprints and DNA, with the support of police and the government across the USA and Canada? We don’t know. But, whatever the reason, please do not do this to your children even if you feel tempted to do so after becoming aware of the global child trafficking crimes that the film ‘The Sound of Freedom’ brings to light.
- Why Are the Freemasons Collecting Our Children’s DNA? Huff Post, 26 November 2012
- Over 40 Years Ago, John Todd Warned About An 8-Step Plan to Take Over the World, The Exposé, 14 October 2022
The following is an article ‘What is CHIP? The Masonic Child Identification Programs Used to Track Your Child’ published by The Leading Report on 17 July 2023.
According to Wikipedia, North American Masonic lodges have created the Masonic Child Identification Programme (“CHIP”) as a charitable endeavour to help locate and identify missing children. The Grand Lodge provides financial assistance for CHIP programmes, which are run by volunteers from lower-level lodges and are manned by law enforcement and dentistry professionals.
The CHIP programmes give parents the option to free-of-charge assemble an identification kit for their child. The kit includes a tooth impression card, a DNA sample, a VHS video, computer disk, or DVD of the child, a fingerprint card, and a physical description of the child. In the event that a kid is reported missing, the kit’s goal is to give the general public and law authorities access to vital information. The National Centre for Missing and Exploited Children has praised the initiative.
In addition to a video recording of the child’s appearance and voice, the VHS tape or DVD contains information specific to the child’s age group that can help locate kids who might be missing for causes other than abduction.
State and local law enforcement organisations have used the Masonic Child ID Programme as their example for creating this service. Masonic CHIP differs from other programmes in that municipal and police enforcement organisations often enter all information they get, including fingerprints, into a database.
The Masonic Child ID Programme claims they maintain strong confidentiality, and after writing the DVD data, all information on portable computers is deleted from the systems. To get a replacement DVD or VHS tape, a parent or legal representative must go to another Masonic Child ID event.
Here is a screenshot from the Georgia Child Identification Programme (“GACHIP”) website: