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A Masonic conspiracy/ Big Bang Theory

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posted on Sep, 20 2016 @ 11:52 AM
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a reply to: GENERAL EYES

lol, you sure can light up a room.


I keyed in on the 47th problem of Euclid, as it is a true masonic symbol, and made up the rest for a chuckle.
The operative masons used geometry to construct buildings that would last, and they kept their "magic" secret so not everyone would be able to reproduce their work. (job security) Oh, and I had had a few tastes of bourbon when the idea struck me, so there also is that.

But as always, I enjoy your input, so if you feel froggy, jump by all means.
(And I hope all is well with you)




posted on Sep, 20 2016 @ 12:06 PM
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a reply to: network dude

All is indeed well.

Just read up on the 47th.....I see it now with more clarity.
Would make for an interesting courtyard in the center.
Sheldon's whiteboard was hard to see clearly and overlapped with messy colors.

ETA: I'll shut up now, as I learn more when I don't speak.


a reply to: TheLaughingGod

When you know how it's done, isn't it more slight of hand as opposed to "magic"?

If nothing else, at least the show is engaging a higher level of discussion than just "hurhurhur violence 'n' titties".

I fail to understand how this is a bad thing.

Nothing against violence and titties, but people with active frontal lobes occasionally turn on televisions to relax too.

edit on 9/20/16 by GENERAL EYES because: Added reply and trimmed initial response cos I'm a stupid girl



posted on Sep, 20 2016 @ 12:41 PM
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originally posted by: GENERAL EYES
"hurhurhur violence 'n' titties".



what channel is that on? it sounds right up my alley!



posted on Sep, 20 2016 @ 01:02 PM
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originally posted by: GENERAL EYES
"hurhurhur violence 'n' titties".




what channel is that on? it sounds right up my alley!


Wait, you mean there is a channel that it's not on? What channel have you been watching?. :-)

To the OP. If I was a mason I would include masonic symbology in my work. But it doesn't necessarily mean I'm trying to take over the world.

Is there a push for a NWO, Yes. But I think it's much bigger then one group. Too many egos and not enough dead bodies for power to be as consolidated as it would need to be for any one group to implement a NWO.

You can see the plans falling apart as the parties who once seemed in agreement now appear at odds with one another.


edit on 20-9-2016 by Isurrender73 because: (no reason given)



posted on Sep, 20 2016 @ 01:14 PM
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There's plenty of jewish and masonic imagery in the show. To display these images, is to say to those who know the secrets, "Hey, watch us!" Even if those people don't care for the show, they'll support it in some small way. It's like guaranteeing a sale. Remember, masons are obligated to help other masons, unless they're doing bad stuff of course.

A slick episode involved Howard's card trick. If you pay attention to the cards and look up their tarot equivalents, you'll notice the tarot meanings in the show. So at the end of the episode Sheldon insists Howard do the trick with him. Raj peeks at the card and signals its a 2 of hearts so Howard would be able to guess the card number. The 2 of hearts is the 2 of Cups in tarot and its about lovers, and the running joke in the series is that Raj and Howard have some sort of gay love for one another.

This trick is used in other movies, and its cool to catch them. You could probably do a thread on it.



posted on Sep, 20 2016 @ 01:49 PM
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a reply to: CAPT PROTON

Those wacky Jews.
Those wiley Masons.

Oh boy, I'm telling ya, the NWO is a complete hoot!



posted on Sep, 20 2016 @ 02:43 PM
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a reply to: JoshuaCox
Well, Freemasonry is not a secret society. It's a private fraternal organization. There's nothing in Freemasonry that says we cannot "advertise" that one is a Mason. I, for one, am very proud to be a Freemason.

a reply to: TheLaughingGod
Freemasonry is not about any "hero syndrome".



posted on Sep, 20 2016 @ 04:07 PM
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originally posted by: KSigMason
a reply to: JoshuaCox
Well, Freemasonry is not a secret society. It's a private fraternal organization. There's nothing in Freemasonry that says we cannot "advertise" that one is a Mason. I, for one, am very proud to be a Freemason.

a reply to: TheLaughingGod
Freemasonry is not about any "hero syndrome".
I apologize, misunderstood the point. Was actually defending Mason's, gran pappy was a Shriner.




posted on Sep, 20 2016 @ 04:14 PM
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originally posted by: TheLaughingGod
a reply to: JoshuaCox

You clearly have no understanding of how these societies or networks work, they're heavily into causing chaos so they can then swoop in to establish order. They more than likely adhere to hermetic principles: the principle of polarity and the principle of rhythm are important to understand here.

It's almost like they're conducting alchemical experiments on the population, transforming their states through continued dialetical processes and conditioning. They do large scale rituals and use their knowledge of the occult in practical matters. They also seem to have a very strong theme of inversion, again a gradual transformation.

Well, that's the hypothesis and how it looks to me.

Then there are all the implications that would come with a "magical" consciousness based world-view.



I thought they were instrumental in the forming and evolution of America and others, over the ages?

Sectretly controlling Hollywood, banking and politics...at least.




That means they are already in control lol.


You can't have it both ways...they are controlling nearly everything, but they are trying to take control...



What implications of a nonexistent magical consciousness lol??

Why wouldn't they package and sell said magic?

None of the illuminati stuff makes sense, even when just comparing them other illuminati theories.

Is there groups who control most of the world? I'm sure...

Do they want to kill of half the population, while advertising their SECRET SOCIETY?? Come on....



posted on Sep, 20 2016 @ 04:24 PM
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a reply to: JoshuaCox

if you do the math, it's a bit more than half. just sayin.



posted on Sep, 20 2016 @ 04:52 PM
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originally posted by: network dude
a reply to: JoshuaCox

if you do the math, it's a bit more than half. just sayin.







Can you imagaine how much killing 51% of the population would stir the pot?!?!?

I don't care how hard you schemed... there would be NO way to ensure you were the body in power when the dust settled.

You would go from running things and living like a totally unaccountable King, to battling warlords in some gothic apocalypse....

For what?!?! To subdue some super secret magical conciosness that would enlighten the masses.... Really...



posted on Sep, 20 2016 @ 05:01 PM
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a reply to: JoshuaCox

That "culling of the herd" NWO theory didn't really begin to take traction until the 1990's if my memory serves.

It's relatively recent, and first began circulating around certain hard-line and pessimist subcultures about the same time.

If you read the actual work of the Bavarian Illuminati, upon who's namesake this modern bull# built itself on, you begin to see that the viral nature of "doom porn and bad news" gained traction with the advent of the internet and the more impressionable and lackluster students for whom a soundtrack of "Clubbed to Death" began the defacto "NWO Hype" most of us know today.

Honestly and in all fairness, I seriously doubt an initiative of that nature would be able to manifest anywhere outside the collective imaginations of paranoid theorists.

But hey, it takes all types so who am I to say?



posted on Sep, 21 2016 @ 03:06 AM
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a reply to: JoshuaCox
Some older Masons, like your grandfather, who were more tight lipped about being a Mason than younger Masons today are.

a reply to: JoshuaCox
Many of the Founding Fathers were Masons: www.travelingtemplar.com...

You can't argue logically with anti-Masons. They want it both ways and they don't want to have to provide any evidence for their accusations.



posted on Sep, 21 2016 @ 10:09 AM
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originally posted by: KSigMason
a reply to: JoshuaCox
Some older Masons, like your grandfather, who were more tight lipped about being a Mason than younger Masons today are.

a reply to: JoshuaCox
Many of the Founding Fathers were Masons: www.travelingtemplar.com...

You can't argue logically with anti-Masons. They want it both ways and they don't want to have to provide any evidence for their accusations.




The Masonic order is a social club, allowing for networking, mainly for charity reasons. Which has used the "secret society tag" as a recruiting tool.

I've know quite a few, including the head guy for the Kansas City area. Who I knew when divinci code hit.

Well I asked him about all that stuff and his reply was:

"I wish that would be awesome!!! We just raise money for charities and BS around with the guys.."



posted on Sep, 21 2016 @ 10:18 AM
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originally posted by: GENERAL EYES
a reply to: JoshuaCox

That "culling of the herd" NWO theory didn't really begin to take traction until the 1990's if my memory serves.

It's relatively recent, and first began circulating around certain hard-line and pessimist subcultures about the same time.

If you read the actual work of the Bavarian Illuminati, upon who's namesake this modern bull# built itself on, you begin to see that the viral nature of "doom porn and bad news" gained traction with the advent of the internet and the more impressionable and lackluster students for whom a soundtrack of "Clubbed to Death" began the defacto "NWO Hype" most of us know today.

Honestly and in all fairness, I seriously doubt an initiative of that nature would be able to manifest anywhere outside the collective imaginations of paranoid theorists.

But hey, it takes all types so who am I to say?



Agreed... Your conspiracies at least need to make sense in the world they are set in...

You gotta have an end game that makes sense and is a plus for the conspirator.

Take sandy hook. There was no gun control put in place. If fact more guns were sold and anti gun control laws were put in place.


No end game...


With 911 I don't think it was an inside job, but at least there was an end game so I understand those who buy into it.

But the doom porn illuminati stuff makes no sense.



posted on Sep, 21 2016 @ 11:04 AM
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a reply to: JoshuaCox

Kids still believe in the boogyman, or the monster under their bed. So the ebil Illuminati will likely always be around in conspiracy land. But it does serve a higher purpose. A select few will become interested in this topic, and an even smaller few of them will be intelligent enough to research and learn about the real Illuminati and may in fact be set on a life long quest for hidden knowledge. (which isn't hidden, you just have to ask for it)

Just like the blood thirsty masons who worship Satan and eat small children with onions and garlic. (and a little butter) They aren't anything like that in reality, but the stories and fabrications that continue are enough to get a few people to look into what it is really, and I think that keeps the new membership alive, along with other avenues.

I doubt I would have joined had it not been for conspiracies, but I couldn't be happier that I did join now. Next week I get to run my own small country.



posted on Sep, 21 2016 @ 11:09 AM
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The 47th may have been a nod to the craft.

But then it was blown (ahem) by the serpent and old woman thing. Someone's been reading the Illuminatus! trilogy, is all.

Old woman who "sucks the poison out" becomes grand empress indeed.

The correct pieces would have been three in number, if it wasn't going to devolve into western tantra.



posted on Sep, 21 2016 @ 11:12 AM
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originally posted by: network dude
a reply to: JoshuaCox

Kids still believe in the boogyman, or the monster under their bed. So the ebil Illuminati will likely always be around in conspiracy land. But it does serve a higher purpose. A select few will become interested in this topic, and an even smaller few of them will be intelligent enough to research and learn about the real Illuminati and may in fact be set on a life long quest for hidden knowledge. (which isn't hidden, you just have to ask for it)

Just like the blood thirsty masons who worship Satan and eat small children with onions and garlic. (and a little butter) They aren't anything like that in reality, but the stories and fabrications that continue are enough to get a few people to look into what it is really, and I think that keeps the new membership alive, along with other avenues.

I doubt I would have joined had it not been for conspiracies, but I couldn't be happier that I did join now. Next week I get to run my own small country.



Shows how little you know...Mason's are allergic to garlic, silver and sunlight...I read somewhere....on the Internet...





posted on Sep, 21 2016 @ 11:27 AM
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a reply to: JoshuaCox

well, if it was on the internet, I must be mistaken. My bad.



posted on Sep, 21 2016 @ 02:31 PM
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a reply to: JoshuaCox
I consider Freemasonry more than a social club. Freemasonry is, first and foremost, an initiatic order whose rituals attempt to transform men. The initiatic rituals are what separates Freemasonry from the other fraternal and philanthropic organizations such as the Kiwanis or the Rotary.




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