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originally posted by: Prene
Masons worship temples?
originally posted by: mamabeth
Why do I get this funny feeling that Christians and Masons don't mix
originally posted by: network dude
I feel like I should refute your logic, but it's sound, and well, logical.
It's the same argument I use for Steak, if God didn't want us eating cows, he wouldn't have made them out of meat.
wrapped in bacon.
originally posted by: Pinocchio
Is It Of Any Consequence To Take The Names All Masons Hold Dear And Interpret Them In Spanish To The End That They Inspire Goyims And Cowans Alike... !?!
You Say Jubela. BUT! In Spanish, It Is A Sentence.
The Mechanics To The Lettering Results In The Pronounciation Being: "A Ver La". It Translates To "To See Her". To See The Witch...
You Say Jubelum. Spanish Pronunciation And Translation Is: "A Ver Me". aka "To See Me". To See The Empress...
You Say Jubelo. In Spanish It Is: "A Ver Lo" aka "To See It". To See The Truth...
You Also Say Jahbulon. That In Turn Is: "A Ver Uno" aka "To See One". To See A Spell.
W.E.T.S. results from "Mahabone".
In Spanish "Mahabone" is "Moho Baño" aka "Wet Bath". Esoteric Terms Reveal The Washing Away Of The Sins With Rain From The Sky Removing All Respite (Rex Pide)... And Also Wetting The Throat Centre (Das) aka Da'ath (Cábala). Spittle Built Up And Then Coming Down With The Swallow.
The Tide Rises Symbolically In The Throat. And Comes Down As A Grim Depression, The Blues.
This All Ties Into The Scenery Of The Blue Lodge.
May We Build On This Topic.... ?!? Thank You In Advance.
note- "Das" in Spanish is "Give." It Ironically Coincides With "Receive" In The Sense That One Gives Spittle At The Behest Of Receiving His Own Reflection. May Be Unbearable....