Freemason Handshakes From World Leaders. See if you can tell the differnce.
"Shibboleth," because he could not pronounce the word correctly, they seized him and killed him
Freemasonry handshakes are based on many of the ancient teachings of the Egyptian and Babylonian god Nabu/Nebo's mystic grip.
This type of shibboleth is most frequently associated in the popular consciousness fraternal orders and secret societies. From whence did this tradition originate? Since Masonry takes most of its symbols and doctrines from the Babylonian and Egyptian Mysteries Religions, we should not be surprised to learn that the Babylonian god, "Nebo" is the first known instance of the Masonic handshake, as this picture reveals.
This image is on page 157 of "Codex Magica" with the accompanying writeup.
"This drawing of the ancient Babylonian god, Nebo, from a Dictionary of the Bible, makes him appear to be instructing adepts on the finer points of using hand signals or mysterious grips ... the Biblical King Nebuchadnezzar in the book of Daniel was named after Nebo."