posted on Sep, 8 2015 @ 12:53 PM
Thank you for your responses, everyone. I've been away for a few days, so I didn't get a chance to respond until now. But yeah, individual responses
below to save from posting multiple times in a row:
rickymouse: I could be wrong, but I feel like a lot of things that started out in the 1800's didn't make much sense (at least in their names). I hope
I can learn a bit as well - It's really got me scratching my head.
starwarsisreal: I know, right? The thought crossed my mind: What if they are
the true original secret society? Well...I guess they wouldn't be
THE secret society. Weren't the Masons around back when the country was founded? Also, here is a link to that other post on here about the bible.
Last but not least, KAOStheory: I didn't know that Pennsylvania was home to a lot of Masons and Rosicrucians. It's kind of exciting to think about -
there'd be some trace of them, but they did a good job staying secretive.
I did catch that they met at the Masonic lodge (on that site), but I didn't dig too deep in the Old Chester Lodges website. Thanks for pointing that
out! Yeah, Wheels of Soul? Hmm, sounds like a church choral group or something. (Don't tell them that).
Anyway, the only thing that I can confirm from experience is that there's a high presence of Freemasons in my immediate area. Very frequently I see
cars with Masonic plates or badges stamped (magnets?) through the trunk. Also, a good friend of mine (back in high school) had a dad in the PA State
Police. He was a mason, and claimed that almost all of the officers at his station branch were freemasons. He never talked about it, but my friend
sure was proud of it. I doubt my friend followed in his father's footsteps...he kind of hit rock bottom shortly before graduation lol)
Thanks again for the posts guys. I'll keep digging around and share the results when (or if) I find anything.