posted on Nov, 5 2014 @ 05:30 PM
a reply to: network dude
Nice find. I have heard here & there that JFK was killed because he wasn't a Mason (not that I believed that...)
But anyhoo...on to the rest of the OP and comments...
K of C isn't what I would call a "secret" society. Nor the Masons, Rosicrucians, Theosophists, or most other societies for that matter. Once you have
a website it's not very secret, is it? I always joke about the Occult Bookstore here in Chicago - once the sign went up, LONG, long ago, it ceased to
be "occult," no? Yes. lol.
Correct me if I'm wrong but what is secret about these groups? I've been to their meetings, without being a member. There was nothing "hidden" from
me. The "secret" part was added to scare people and sell books (and advertising on sites like this one
), imo. The novice may not know all that the
master does, but if one does not understand 2+2=4 yet, why waste time trying to teach that person algebra? Who would? It doesn't make algebra a high
degree of a mathematical secret society, now does it.
And for the record, at the last open R+C meeting I went to, I was allowed to participate in a practice usually not open to non-members. Why? Because
even though I'm not a member of THEIR particular system, I am also not a novice in the bigger picture. They were not at all "elitist" or "exclusive"
toward me, actually the opposite - very welcoming and open to sharing info with like-minded folks.
edit on 5-11-2014 by KAOStheory because: to add