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Overlapping organization of Masonry and Government heirarchy

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posted on Jan, 19 2006 @ 12:50 PM
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Since Freemasons control the government, and your position in the government is based on your Rank in Freemasonry, I have compiled a list that links the two:

1 - Garbage Collector
2 - Garbage Truck Driver
3 - Mailman
4 - DMV Teller
5 - Local Tax Office Teller
6 - Firefighter
7 - Police Officer
8 - Firefighter Helicopter Pilot
9 - Elementary School Teacher
10 - High School Teacher
11 - Police Chief
12 - Deputy Sherriff
13 - County Sherriff
14 - State Marshall
15 - FBI Agent
16 - CIA Agent
17 - Special Forces Agent
18 - IRS Tax Collector
19 - Mayor/City Committee Chair
20 - County Chair
21 - Governer
22 - House Representative
23 - Senator
24 - Speaker of the House
25 - President Pro Tempore
26 - Director of the FBI
27 - Director of the CIA
28 - Supreme Court Justice
29 - Secretary of Defense
30 - Secretary of State
31 - Vice President
32 - President
33 - The Secret President

Feel free to make any corrections or suggestions, but I am sure my inside source is quite reliable




posted on Jan, 26 2006 @ 10:52 AM
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number 1 cleans up garbage 32 spreads it.



posted on Jan, 26 2006 @ 01:08 PM
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See how I am member of both the Scottish Rite and York Rite, do I get two choices from Colum A.



posted on Jan, 27 2006 @ 06:53 AM
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Those all sound like respectable titles. It would be way cool to be an FBI or CIA guy wouldn't it. Or you saying you have to be a Mason to be some of these titles? How much are dues?



posted on Jan, 27 2006 @ 08:50 AM
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Originally posted by Ralph_The_Wonder_Llama
I have compiled a list that links the two:

Why scottish rite? Why not york right? Where are the shriners and crpytic council and the like? Why is an elementary school teacher 'greater' than a police officer?

These are the degree titles in the scottish rite, minus the 33rd, since its an honorary degree. How do any of the titles match the positions you assigned?
I. Apprentice
II. The Fellow-Craft
III. The Master
IV. Secret Master
V. Perfect Master
IV. Intimate Secretary
VII. Provost and Judge
VIII. Intendant of the Building
IX. Elect of the Nine
X. Illustrious Elect of the Fifteen
XI. Sublime Elect of the Twelve, or Prince Ameth
XII. Grand Master Architect
XIII. Royal Arch of Solomon
XIV. Grand Elect, Perfect, and Sublime Mason
"Chapter of the Rose Croix
XV. Knight of the East or of the Sword
XVI. Prince of Jerusalem
XVII. Knight of the East and West
XVIII. Knight Rose Croix
"Council of Kadosh"
XIX. Grand Pontiff
XX. Grand Master of All Symbolic Lodges
XXI. Noachite, or Prussian Knight
XXII. Knight of the Royal Axe, or Prince of Libanus
XXIII. Chief of the Tabernacle
XXIV. Prince of the Tabernacle
XXV. Knight of the Brazen Serpent
XXVI. Prince of Mercy, or Scottish Trinitarian
XXVII. Knight Commander of the Temple
XXVIII. Knight of the Sun, or Prince Adept
XXIX. Grand Scottish Knight of St. Andrew
XXX. Knight Kadosh
"Consistory"
XXI. Grand Inspector Inquisitor Commander
XXXII. Sublime Prince of the Royal Secret



posted on Jan, 27 2006 @ 10:00 AM
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I can't really tell if you were being serious or not but..

As a former schoolteacher and the son of a firefighter, I can tell you beyond a shadow of a doubt that your list is completely wrong.

Also, I guess Condi Rice is a 30th degree Mason? Who knew?



posted on Jan, 31 2006 @ 10:20 AM
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Originally posted by Nygdan

Originally posted by Ralph_The_Wonder_Llama
I have compiled a list that links the two:

Why scottish rite? Why not york right? Where are the shriners and crpytic council and the like? Why is an elementary school teacher 'greater' than a police officer?



I had a hard enough time coming up with 33 items for the Blue Lodge / Scottish Rite degrees. Another ten to twelve would have made me go nuts.

And, yes, I am just messing around. I am quite proud of my "Secret President" office in particular.



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