a reply to: boymonkey74
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a reply to: the2ofusr1
Thank you for these "enlightening" videos. The only enemies of Freemasonry are tyranny, ignorance, and fanaticism.
The Scottish narator is a fear-monger, religious zealot/militant and nothing more; the moron fully embraces ignorance and superstition. He attempts to
take actual history of Freemasonry than applies his interpretations and inserts false information into it. If you listen to this guy you deserved to
Freemasonry does not worship or venerate Nimrod nor is their an oath or charge of Nimrod. The first Grand Master of our Craft is said to be King
FYI, you have to be a man of some kind of faith to join Freemasonry. There are no atheists. The Era of Enlightenment is not about turning away from
God either. Plus, wishing to be free from religious tyranny is not turning away from God, it's turning away from the oppression of one's fellow man.
Nor is Freemasonry a religion or a substitute therefore.
The narrator attempts to portray us as deceiving our members and hiding things from our own Brothers which is just false. It also attempts to paint
the same picture that some "low level" Masons are ignorant as to the true purpose of the organization. This, again, is false. This is often done as
a pathetic attempt to discredit those who may come on sites like this and oppose the stupid lies being stated.
Like Nimrod, Lucifer is not a being we worship nor is it his eye that is fixed in our symbols. Nor do we worship any such gods in the "higher
degrees." This guy is also attempting to take the modern structure of American Freemasonry and apply it to the 18th century which doesn't work. For
one, the Scottish Rite didn't exist as it does today in Bavaria; it only used 25-degrees and it wasn't the "cup of tea" as it is today.
Doing actual research of the Illuminati, they sought to free people from tyrannical governments and religious oppression; nowhere do they wish to
obliterate religions. There is far too much propaganda and accusations out there, but very little proof.
As for Robison and his "proof", he had joined a Lodge, but was inactive and did not go through those "higher degrees" so we can see
inconsistencies of the narrator when he earlier asserted that one had to progress through these "higher degrees" to go into the secret cabal that
had nefarious and devious agendas.
As for the "infiltration" of Freemasonry, it never happened. Most of the time, people point to the
1782 Congress of Wilhelmsbad
as the point when Freemasonry
was infiltrated, but that meeting resulted in the end of the Rite of Strict Observance and the rise of the Rectified Scottish Rite (or CBCS), which is
still in existence today. The Illuminati was there and got a few converts, but most rejected their assertions. After this event though, Weishaupt and
Knigge (2nd in command) would part, and Knigge would publish works against the Illuminati and Weishaupt, but nowhere does he corroborate half the crap
this Scot has said.
You should also realize that the Illuminati is not considered a branch of Freemasonry. And while the video speaks of a great deal without it being
real, a Mason cannot conceal the crimes of his Brothers, nor are you to lie to aid him. The Ronayne "Masonic" handbook was written by an anti-Mason.
Nor do we put any harm to someone for revealing our secrets, they are put on trial and dealt with according to a penal law within the organization.
Nor is praying in the name of Christ an offense worth of death.
Pike's "Morals & Dogma" does not reveal the secrets of the Craft. For one, it is only relevant to the American Scottish Rite and even then
primarily in the Southern Jurisdiction of that Rite. The narrator does a good job of just repeating the same old crap and misquoting Pike. "Morals &
Dogma" was never meant to be hidden like the narrator states. That is, again, him applying his own beliefs, opinions, and interpretations as if they
are the fraternities policies. In different groups symbol meaning may change, but then symbols don't have any fixed or singular interpretation. Plus,
Freemasonry is a progressive science taught in degrees and you they build upon each other for a stronger understanding. This guy clearly doesn't have
a strong understanding and is nothing more than a sycophantic parrot who drones on repeating the same old crap.
a reply to: mysterioustranger
I'm just waiting for them to read something about my job and then they can come tell me how to do it.