posted on Oct, 3 2005 @ 05:16 PM
I just wanted to take this time to clarify my overall opinion and gut feeling based on "legitimate" information from all angles of the issue and
logical "between the lines" possibilites concerning freemasonry.
Simply put, I don't think "joe schmoe" in Mankato, Minnesota who's been a mason for 10 years is a bad guy with any dangerous knowledge or direct
involvement in evilry. I know a couple of "these types" from college days.
I DO think that the "devil", at the least something deserving caution, is in the details and NOT in the details. And that the "real deal" doesn't
take place at the local lodge across from the Catholic church or old library. What isn't impossible is possible and so most likely "it" will remain
an open topic. I am also open to the fact that men are imperfect and wherever men gather there is always trouble of some sort. And, if "real"
devilry is at work anywhere, I don't trust men to always discover it, as it most likely is incredibly clever probably hard to comprehend. It's
everywhere and in every thing. Courtrooms, churches, schools, arcades, and cheap hotel rooms behind heavy curtains.
Certain qualities are just asking to be the topic of discussions in general. A non-denominational "god" of glass shards that welcomes private
prayers from luciferian deities to Jesus to pink elephants, strange pictures of huge eyeballs, connections to Egypt and pyramids and a good measure of
"sun" worship, symbols and other carry-overs from alchemy, aprons, skulls, swords, temples, lodges, handshakes, robes, oaths, little old guys in
funny cars, etc.
It's all too much smoke to not consider or think of a smoldering fire somewhere. It is interesting isn't it? I mean, in this semi-digital
sub-apocolyptic information age, it's interesting to consider such "harry potter"-like goings-on in suburbia.
[edit on 3-10-2005 by 2nd Hand Thoughts]