The Kiwanis International symbol is an all-seeing eye, using the Masonic color combination of blue and gold. SOURCE HERE
Kiwanis International was founded in 1915 by a group of businessmen in Detroit, Michigan. The organization was originally called the Supreme Lodge Benevolent Order of Brothers, but changed its name to Kiwanis a year later.
The name “Kiwanis” was coined from an American Indian expression, “Nunc Kee-wanis,” which means, “We trade.” In 1920, the motto of Kiwanis became “We Build.” It remained the motto until 2005, when members voted to change it to “Serving the children of the world.” SOURCE HERE
Kiwanis= Serving the children of the world to barter or trade! SICK!
In the Ojibwe language, ‘Kiwanis’ is derived from the word ‘giiwanizi’ meaning to “fool around.” SOURCE HERE
Kiwanis= Serving the children of the world to fool around with! ALSO SICK!
It’s like The Imaginarium of Dr Parnassus. I’d be interested in seeing if you could find anything on Rotary and Lion’s Club. Both names sound occult. Oddfellows definitely have Masonic ties.
Well both the Lions and Rotary Clubs are “service groups” and like Kiwanis they don’t publically claim any Masonic affiliations yet both the Lions and Rotary have a huge, large number of Masons that are part of them and their ranks. Even the founder of the Lions Club, Melvin Jones, was a Mason. He started the Lions as a businessman’s club just like the founder of Kiwanis. The Lions Club logo is similar to Kiwanis with a ‘L’ in the middle flanked by lions on each side. The language all these groups use are very much Masonic and Masonic lingo is abundant throughout their literature. These are all sub-off shoots of Freemasonry imo.
And use the blue and gold colors. Thank you.