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posted on Jul, 18 2005 @ 10:39 PM
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>>>>>Why don't you do us all a favor and hold your breath while you wait?


Boy, you want me dead, don't you.




>>>>>I already know the reason.


You think I'm just wasting my time here
to receive some attention.


You don't have a clue.


I won't be here forever, you don't need to
worry.



And you.

What is your reason to be here?

What motif \ interest brought you here ?

Are you in any fraternity, sect, secret society ?

Religion?


I do not appreciate the tagging that Sebat = Masons.

When I use the term Sebat, it means Sebat, not "masons".



>>>Would I get in trouble if I posted a picture of a troll, or maybe a >>>>fruitcake? How about just a purple starfish?


That is Sebat trying to get away with insult by turning his phrase around.

"Cedric, you're a fruitcake !!! Gna Gna !!"

I'm giving you the satisfaction of reading these words online, Seb.




>>>>>Where is Masonic Light when you need him?!


Maybe he should write his own FAQ on masonry if he's that good.

I grant that his avatar is sexy.



So..Masonic Light...Would you explain to me the differences
between a templar's bank and National Treasury ?


Cheers,

Cedric Phi




posted on Jul, 18 2005 @ 11:43 PM
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700 posts and still kicking... Who'd have thunk it?


And Cent, Intrepid is a Moderator; he has to read these threads.



posted on Jul, 19 2005 @ 08:47 AM
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Originally posted by Centiment
Would you explain to me the differences
between a templar's bank and National Treasury ?


I think I can. The Templars were a group of warrior monks who developed the world's first real "banking system" They were destroyed by a greedy king named Philip and a greedy pope named Clement V. As an Order they haven't existed for hundreds of years.

National Treasury was a movie. Fiction. Fantasy. Pure entertainment It NEVER existed.

Does that clear it up?

By the way check out Intrepid's title next time you see one of his posts...you'll get an answer (hopefully) to why he's here. I'll give you a hint...it starts with "m...o...d...."




posted on Jul, 19 2005 @ 12:03 PM
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Originally posted by senrak
National Treasury was a movie. Fiction. Fantasy. Pure entertainment It NEVER existed.


Maybe Cedric thinks that we masons are hiding the real treasure. A treasure that belongs to ALL of mankind, not just Freemasons. He HAS stated many times that we should make all our "secret knowledge" available to everyone. Right?



posted on Jul, 19 2005 @ 02:53 PM
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I know intrepid is mod.

It still interesting to learn his perspective on the issue.


You know a man once you know what he believes.



>>>>Does that clear it up?

You should have put Elvis Presley on your dollar bill.

That would clear it up.




>>>>>Maybe Cedric thinks that we masons are hiding the real treasure.



Cedric starts to think masons have no much more reason to be than to defend their rights to be, and ye, I'd love to get a grand lodge in hands to turn it into something functional.


Cedric Phi



posted on Jul, 19 2005 @ 03:04 PM
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Originally posted by Centiment
Cedric starts to think masons have no much more reason to be than to defend their rights to be, and ye, I'd love to get a grand lodge in hands to turn it into something functional.


I find it funny how opinionated you are regarding Freemasonry, when you aren't even a member. What's makes you think you know so much, anyways? Do you know how Freemasonry works internally? Do you know what it's like behind the closed doors of the lodge? If not, how can you even PRETEND to know what should be and what shouldn't be done? Quit kidding yourself, pal. Spend your time on something in which your opinion matters.



posted on Jul, 19 2005 @ 03:51 PM
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>>>>>Do you know what it's like behind the closed doors of the lodge?



Yes, I know more than you wish I knew because we both know that it's ridicule. I know about the private parties too.


This site is not reserved for masons but welcomes the opinions
of anybody. My opinion matters or you wouldn't reply.


I don't even consider you a mason.


The costume doesn't make the high-monkey monk.



Cedric Phi



posted on Jul, 19 2005 @ 04:40 PM
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Having just submitted a set of no-nonsense questions for the persual of trolls, anti-Masons and Freemasons alike and seen it received with the message "Error" with a link to the Main Board, I fear that that for which I was searching has been lost, and I have no compass to set me in the right direction to find it and restore order.

Therefore, I continue in the vein of the topic:

1. Can a troll be made a Freemason, if he is of mature age?

2. Can an anti-Mason be a Mason, if he sees a graphic representation of a handshake on a web page?

3. Has any Masonic reader here ever been part of an Internet Lodge?

and...

4. Where were you first prepared to be made a Freemason?

Caution on Q4.




posted on Jul, 19 2005 @ 05:09 PM
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Originally posted by Centiment
>>>>>Do you know what it's like behind the closed doors of the lodge?

Yes, I know more than you wish I knew because we both know that it's ridicule. I know about the private parties too.


Private parties? You obviously don't know anything of the sort. You are a troll. That means someone who posts things just to get a reaction from other users.



This site is not reserved for masons but welcomes the opinions of anybody. My opinion matters or you wouldn't reply.


I reply because I love shooting down your absurd claims. You amuse me.



I don't even consider you a mason.


I couldn't care less. A regular masonic body considers me a mason, and that's all that matters.


[edit on 19-7-2005 by sebatwerk]



posted on Jul, 19 2005 @ 08:03 PM
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Originally posted by Centiment
Yes, I know more than you wish I knew because we both know that it's ridicule. I know about the private parties too.


Ha Ha Ha! That's hilarious! I don't think even YOU believe that.



This site is not reserved for masons but welcomes the opinions
of anybody.


That's true. But it's also supposed to be for serious, coherent discussion... I'm not sure WHICH lily-pad you're on.



My opinion matters or you wouldn't reply.


Actually Ced, I've never seen ONE SINGLE post where you stated your opinion. In fact, NOTHING you've ever posted has made any sense. Why is that? Do you live alone...or are you "assisted"?



I don't even consider you a mason.


I *believe* that was aimed at Sebatwerk, but I'm just dying to ask....Why do think anyone (particularly Masons) would even CARE whether or not YOU (a non-Mason...thank God) thinks about his membership? You can't quite grasp the fact that Masonry belongs to Masons ALONE and NO ONE else, can you?



The costume doesn't make the high-monkey monk.


Uhm....well....uhm...what exactly the hell does that mean? Is it actually English? If so did you make it up because it makes NO sense (just like everything else you post)

I'm tiring of your sillines Cedric...



Cedric Phi


Senrak Upsilon (or was it Tau?....oh well...)

Secret Masonic message here...for Masons ONLY!

!ekactiurf a si cirdeC

(In case you didn't already know)





posted on Jul, 19 2005 @ 08:20 PM
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I don't even consider you a mason.


I didn't even realize that Cedric gets a ballot.



posted on Jul, 19 2005 @ 08:25 PM
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Originally posted by MaskedAvatar
1. Can a troll be made a Freemason, if he is of mature age?

No, they are far to ugly and the apron won't fit.


Originally posted by MaskedAvatar
3. Has any Masonic reader here ever been part of an Internet Lodge?

No.



posted on Jul, 19 2005 @ 08:32 PM
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Originally posted by AngelWitch
I didn't even realize that Cedric gets a ballot.


He seems to believe he is far more entitled to an opinion than what he really is. Like Senrak said, the guy's on a different lilypad than the rest of us frogs.



posted on Jul, 19 2005 @ 08:47 PM
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I always thought it was thumb on 1st knuckle= 1st degree
2nd Knuckle= 2nd degree
3rd Knuckle= 3rd degree
Now ya need an extra long thumb to reach that 4th knuckle,,,
This is where the monkey with the fez comes into play.



posted on Jul, 19 2005 @ 09:46 PM
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Originally posted by magnito_student
I always thought it was thumb on 1st knuckle= 1st degree
2nd Knuckle= 2nd degree
3rd Knuckle= 3rd degree
Now ya need an extra long thumb to reach that 4th knuckle,,,
This is where the monkey with the fez comes into play.


If what you've "always thought" was true, I suppose one would have to bring some friends in for the 32nd Degree, huh?




[edit on 19-7-2005 by senrak]



posted on Jul, 19 2005 @ 10:29 PM
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Originally posted by senrak

Originally posted by magnito_student
I always thought it was thumb on 1st knuckle= 1st degree
2nd Knuckle= 2nd degree
3rd Knuckle= 3rd degree
Now ya need an extra long thumb to reach that 4th knuckle,,,
This is where the monkey with the fez comes into play.


If what you've "always thought" was true, I suppose one would have to bring some friends in for the 32nd Degree, huh?




[edit on 19-7-2005 by senrak]


would make for an embarassing 21st degree grip.



posted on Jul, 19 2005 @ 10:38 PM
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Originally posted by magnito_student
I always thought it was thumb on 1st knuckle= 1st degree
2nd Knuckle= 2nd degree
3rd Knuckle= 3rd degree
Now ya need an extra long thumb to reach that 4th knuckle,,,
This is where the monkey with the fez comes into play.











What is that, and does it have a name?



posted on Jul, 21 2005 @ 07:14 PM
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Originally posted by wiggy
would make for an embarassing 21st degree grip.


That's why we call it "Brotherly" love.



posted on Dec, 6 2005 @ 05:19 PM
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Originally posted by The Axeman
Ha! Hahahahaha! Haaaaaaaaahahahahahaaa!

These guys are killing me. OK I was just perusing a few sites, looking for info on the ratio of Judges in Wales who are Freemasons to judges in Wales who are not Freemasons, and I came across some truly hilarious stuff.

These anti-Mason folks really make me laugh. Check these out:

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OK look at the picture. How is this any different than a normal, man-to-man handshake? It's the same one I use every time I meet or greet someone (Having been raised in the South I tend to make mine firm; nothing worse than a limp-fish handshake).

Here's another, supposedly "revealing" some Masonic connection...



Again, how does this look any different than any other normal handshake?

It baffles me the lengths some people will go to make something of nothing.

OK so I have an idea. It will be peppered with dribble, I'm certain, but in the spirit of levity, let's make a thread of the most hilarious and far-fetched claims against Masonry we can find. Found a cuckoo site spreading stuff that just makes you want to laugh? Post it here. I started off with the pics and I will add more as time allows.

Let's show some folks just how ridiculous some of these anti-Mason sites can be.

I know there are some doosies out there, let's round 'em up, fellas.


[edit on 5/24/05 by The Axeman]







your brothers left hand with the index fingers nuckel bein the father the middle fingers nuckel bein the son and the left ring finger bein the holy ghost the thumb of your right hand rests in between the son and the holy ghosts but dont try this as there are more wahys to spot a brother than just a hand shalk and if you do not respond in the manner you are cought



posted on Dec, 7 2005 @ 10:57 AM
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i wish i was a mason, then i'd get all the chicks





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