posted on Jul, 10 2005 @ 04:14 PM
I see the freemases as scholars that meant to reunite
together people that had slightly variant beliefs in catholic
europa, very probably influenced by historical doubts
about the existence of Jesus.
I don't think they give a damn about
a sacred blood line, but they were obviously
influenced by the concept that everything
worth knowing in this world was at one
point concealed within the Salomon Temple.
It is obvious that some medieval cathedrals were built
respecting certain esoteric concepts, and that the freemasons
took their names from these "other masons".
Why were medieval architects esoteric, and where
did their knowledge come from, is the question.
But the only real conspiracy that Brown will
probably dig in his new book is to demonstrate
how freemasons bypassed the standard systems
of democracy, and get their names everywhere
without people even noticing.
The Onu, started by the masons at first World War,
is certainly an organization that has nothing but good intentions,
but still, it wasn't voted for or anything.
Same for Cia.
That is why people link freemasons to Cia,
Pentagon, that sort of stuff, pyramid on dollar bill.
People have the right to know why certain
symbols were opted at time when everyone was majoritarely
catholic. What happened with Washington.
It's nothing about big evil, or I would hope so.
It's more about the conflicts of interests between
do-good people and systems of democracy.
Sort of a way for religion to get its path back into politics,
if you ask me.
I am not the specialist but some will tell things
that members from far far remote lodges writting here
will have a harder time to refutate.
I DOUBT it will be about world order or reptilians (duh).
But it could be about if freemasons have a power or not,
and if they do, how are they using it without asking
everyone else's opinions.
Cedric The Ephiminate