P.O. Box 162
Vanndale, Ar. 72387-0162
In the 1920's Col. William J. Simmons had the right idea that the klan was not to be an alliance and unified only into one klan. Years later the United Klans of America was formed under Robert Shelton with the same principle of no alliance and one klan. The leaders of several klan groups have abandoned this idea and formed several different klans and say they want unity and alliances but only practice it in public and not on private rally sites. The Black lives matter movement is one group only, the gays and lesbians are one group only do you all get the picture. The klan needs to be united again under one KLAN, one NATION, and one FLAG like it was on top of Stone Mountain and declared the 2nd era of the Klan, and the way it was under the United Klans of America (UKA) of the past, not the UKA of today. To all the leaders of various different klans in the United States are we going to stand together under ONE KLAN banner, or a DIVIDED KLAN under several banners. If you all decide that several banners are better we will never win, and the other movements that stand together as one will win.
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" Keeping alive the true ideas, rituals, and beliefs of the original KU KLUX KLAN for the 21st century"
ONE NATION, ONE FLAG, & ONE KLAN
NON SILBA SED ANTHAR
Ku Klux Klan History
For over a year after its founding in Tennessee The Ku Klux Klan did not have a Grand Wizard or any real national leader. It started as a local group and spread like wildfire, the Southern men had become fed up with the Federal tyranny and oppression of Reconstruction, and the time was ripe for Clandestine Armed Resistance.
The Founders, first Official Officers and initial Leaders were six Confederate Army Combat Veterans. They were Captain John C. Lester, MJ.R. Crowe, Calvin Jones, John B. Kennedy, Frank O. McCord, and Richard Reed.
Grand Cyclops, Grand Magi, Grand Monk, Grand Exchequer, Grand Turk, Grand Scribe, Grand Sentinel, Lictors, and Knight Hawks were the First Era Klan officers' titles of "The Den". Members were called "Ghouls". Two Lictors were "Outer Guards" and Knight Hawks were "Couriers".
The name of the organization Ku Klux Klan derived from the Greek word "Kuklos", meaning a circle with no beginning or end. "Klan" came from the Scottish word Clan referring to a family, a group of Kinsmen, or a like minded group of believers..
The true history of the
International Keystone Knights of the Ku Klux Klan