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Originally posted by Washball
Here's the thing about it that I don't understand when you have articles like this one: is this guy still alive?
Obviously there's someone watching (maybe) these sites to make sure the "agenda" is being pushed along, so I guess the real question is, is this for real, or is it planted?
Originally posted by MaskedAvatar
On a side issue, there are thousands more men made into 33rd degree Freemasons in the US Constitutions than elsewhere.
This is true in proportionate terms as well as in absolute (raw) terms.
Exacty why is this so?
Originally posted by Masonic Light
Shaw originally resigned from Masonry in 1966, apparently due to his wanting more time to complete Bible college (see his letter of resignation shown in the link I gave above). Also note that Shaw offered to help "train" a new Master for the 25°, even after he himself resigned.
Did they ask you if you are a Christian?" He said, "Yes, they did."
"What did you tell them?" I asked, and he replied, "I told them 'Hell no, and I never intend to be!'"
Then he said a strange thing to me, "They said I'm going higher," and he left through a different door, looking pleased.
Originally posted by TgSoe
Ah I get it so basically he's just another mason who has infiltered the church. What about the other man in that 33rd degree ceremony who said," I'm going higher." And did he? What ever happened to him?
Originally posted by Don Armageddon
Now here's a question:
Do you have to sign a Non-Disclosure Agreement when being admitted into the higher ranks of Freemasonry? Sure, that would take away the mystique of the whole "omerta" concept, but I figure that it would make perfect sense for there to be a legal analogue.