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The Mason Proof

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posted on Jan, 6 2005 @ 03:10 PM

Originally posted by DII503

Originally posted by FallenFromTheTree

The only actual Masonic reference I found that would cause such hate mongering
could be that there are references to the "original" Knights Templar protecting the modern day blood lines of Jesus, therefore disproving his death by crucifixion.
This of course being the whole foundation of the church.

Actually, they protect the Rose Line(Jesus' Bloodline) and truth about the Holy Grail. And they will release the truth when they think the time is right.
And, that does not disprove his death by crucifixion. Before he was crucified, he had gotten Mary Magdalene pregnant and then she fled Israel to Northern France.

posted on Jan, 6 2005 @ 03:17 PM
this group that you speak of protecting the holy grail is the priory of sion, connected with renne la chateau in france, they seem to believe they have the grail but im not sure it is in anyway connected to any masonic organization? There is a place in Ethipio where people guard a temple with their life every day, it is there soul duty to do this, they believe they are protecting the arc of the covenant like above there are many people who believe in different things why castrate them for their beliefs until they have actually done a diservice to yourself.

posted on Jan, 6 2005 @ 06:52 PM
The KKK guys didn't get a clean start It was either Pike or Forrest or as many say it was formed by 6 Confederate veterans. Pike,a mason hero, the only Confederate general with a statue in Washington D.C.
Forrest may have been a mason some say so others do not mention it.
The structure and names of both groups are similar, both are secret and have sworn oaths to secrecy.

Simmens The guy credited with the start of the new KKK was a mason.

posted on Jan, 7 2005 @ 04:22 AM
What you have to remember though, is the original KKK is not the same as the KKK known today.

This has been discussed previously on many occassions, and no GLeamer not only by mason's defending the fraternity, I am sure a quick ATS search will provide you with the threads you would need.

With this in mind, there is no real wrong in a mason being involved in the formation of the Klan, as it originally was.

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