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Women of the Lodge

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posted on Jul, 14 2005 @ 03:39 AM
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>>>>This means that if we want to exclude women, we can and we will, >>>>and we don't need a good reason for it.



Lol.... That is so mysoginistic !
Gosh...



"We....we....we"


Talk for yourself.


All I am asking is that Freemasonry allows
mixed lodges.


You are not in position to answer that query.



You have shared opinions, and I am
sure one day I will find a mason that
wouldn't mind shifting the notion
brotherhood to...brother and sister hood.


I dare you to say that this is absolutely
impossible.


I dare you to misrepresent masons one more time.
(don't forget I have masons friends too, but
obviously they are the bad masons and you are the right one)


>>>>If women are involved why is it even considered Masonry?


They are already involved.


Or you mean... the craft ?
They can build walls.



Cedric The Ephiminate




posted on Jul, 14 2005 @ 03:51 AM
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Originally posted by Centiment
Lol.... That is so mysoginistic !


No, it is just stating the fact that Freemasonry is a private organization and therefore can set its own rules and requirements.



"We....we....we" Talk for yourself.


Why? You are asking me questions about Freemasonry, as a Freemason! If you want me to talk for myself, ask me a question about myself.



All I am asking is that Freemasonry allows mixed lodges. You are not in position to answer that query.


I am in a position to give you the facts, and I have. But you are NOT in a position to request it.



You have shared opinions, and I am sure one day I will find a mason that
wouldn't mind shifting the notion brotherhood to...brother and sister hood.

I dare you to say that this is absolutely impossible.


Actually, I know many masons who would like to see women in the lodge. But they understand that Freemasonry is an old organization, VERY set in its ways. The landmarks of Freemasonry don't lend themselves to drastic change.



I dare you to misrepresent masons one more time. (don't forget I have masons friends too, but obviously they are the bad masons and you are the right one)


You DARE me? And what if I do? Will you "sock" me? How did I misrepresent masons to begin with?

I don't believe that you know any masons, but that is just an uneducated guess.



posted on Jul, 14 2005 @ 04:25 AM
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>>>>Freemasonry is a private organization


If I asked owned by who...you will list me every freemasons in the world.


Well....I'm ready to hear it.




>>>>I am in a position to give you the facts, and I have. But you are NOT in a >>>position to request it.



That is why I am searching for masons who don't mind a mixed lodge.


Maybe around 2015.



>>>>Actually, I know many masons who would like to see women in the >>>>lodge. But they understand that Freemasonry is an old organization, >>>>>VERY set in its ways. The landmarks of Freemasonry don't lend >>>>themselves to drastic change.



Pouhah !!! So this is REALLY all about YOU.



>>>>You DARE me? And what if I do?


So people can see that you just agree that
you misrepresent masons by affirming dogmas not
shared by every of its members, as you just did.


Reform !! Reform !!






>>>>I don't believe that you know any masons



Even saved one from suicide, my dear.


Couldn't get a single mason secret out of it, though...


HAHA!!


Cedric



posted on Jul, 14 2005 @ 11:53 AM
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Originally posted by Centiment
>>>>Freemasonry is a private organization

If I asked owned by who...you will list me every freemasons in the world.


By every member in the world. Whoever is a current paid-up member of a regular masonic body.



Pouhah !!! So this is REALLY all about YOU.

So people can see that you just agree that you misrepresent masons by affirming dogmas not shared by every of its members, as you just did.


This is NOT about ME, this is about FREEMASONRY and its LANDMARKS. You need to understand that the organization itself has 25 "landmarks" which were developed to define an organization as a masonic order. This means that the organization MUST adhere to these rules if it is to be Freemasonry. If a masonic organization deviates from one of these landmarks, it will cease to be recognized, by other masonic bodies, as a masonic order. All masons within that jurisdiction will become "clandestine" masons if they continue to meet illegally.

Here's a list of all the landmarks:

www.geocities.com...


[edit on 14-7-2005 by sebatwerk]



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