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Originally posted by realrepublican
Masons didn't do this but it is being blamed on the Masons by those "others" who also consider themselves Mason. When the Masons finally understand what these sinister elements have planned for them, they will stand firm and be liberated from all this confusion. Until that time, they will be forever implicated.
Originally posted by boombye
I can't believe someone is trying to defend the upside down stars...
What do you see at the top????
as for the longhorn fans, holding up that sign has always been a school thing to them, despite conservatives calling heavy metal the devil's music, they used to also bash "the sign of the devil"...everyone knows it's the sign of the devil, even bill and ted knew it..
but for the longhorn fans, it's different, as it represents the horns of the bull, their mascot...
but who's idea was it to make their school's mascot a longhorn, and to use the sign of the devil as a way for them to depict their mascot when they're cheering on their team...
so basically, they're unknowingly invoking something that means something else to the people who came up with the idea... that doesn't make them bad though..
[edit on 6-10-2005 by boombye]
Wanna be Satanists - evil intent - Sign of the Beast - ,l..l - Fun hand symbol - benign intent - Rockers/long horn fans/kids
It can be argued that the two X's are a modified version of the Cross of Lorraine.
In the Byzantine Empire of the 9th century, the double cross was not a religious, but a political symbol used by Byzantine clerks and missionaries
Exxon corporate logo uses a modified version of the cross of Lorraine...