posted on Aug, 4 2006 @ 07:06 PM
This forum is halarious. I love all the masons that are here to "dispell" myths. I find it interesting to see how many masons frequent these forums.
All the posts I've seen by them try to discredit information given by those who raise questions about the society.
If there was no conspiracy, why are there so many masons on these forums trying to defend masonry from these claims. If someone insults me, I dont
stand there to tell them why they are wrong for insulting me, I walk away because its not true.
Now, on the subject of what they are hiding from us I know two things. These are instances where the information has been first hand, or at most
second hand, so I wouldn't call it heresay.
My friend went to a Masonic school for children. He had no reason to lie about the things that went on there. You don't have to believe me, but I
could tell by the look on his face it was painful to talk about. He told me that the children were brought in to special meetings where members of the
order conviened. Afterwards the members could "pick" a child. I would rather not go into details, as my freind did not either. They molested him.
But not just him. He told me all masonic organizations for children are like this. A buffet for paedophiles. Also, somewhat heresay, I've heard
masons have a long history of being busted for child porn.
Now the first hand account. Masons hold the knowledge of geomancy. Some of you may or may not believe in "magic". This is just semantics. If you can
admit that we as humans don't know everything, that there may be "sciences" that have been lost through the ages, you can grasp this concept.
Native Americans knew about leylines and there holy sites were located on these. When our forefathers came to this country (many being masons) they
built masonic lodges on top of these sites. Geomancy is not what its portrayed to be in the main stream. It is not a system of magic used for
"divination" as some state. Ancient Dionyssus-Bacchus cults, mostly women, used to used geomancy for several different reasons. An oblelisk, used
for focusing earth's energy on top of leylines were built, with the crops growing around it radially. If there was a weed in the fields causing harm
they would take a specimen burn it and put it in the obelisk. Everything has a "natural frequency", or a frequency that when reached, an object will
resonate at(physics not magic). So evrything that vibrates at the same frequency of that weed would resonate the frequency of the dead plant.
Supposedly, this influenced the other weeds to likewise suffer and eventually die. Then the men took over the cult and with it the knowledge of
geomancy. The masons now have that knowledge and are using it on humans.
Obelisks are prevalent in many cities in the US. The Washington monument anyone?
Cities today are all built radially, as most have been in america, centering on a town hall or simalar building. usually they are taller than
I'm not just making an abstract statement to turn heads. I saw this with my own eyes. They do it through their symbolism. In Tempe, Arizona, I saw a
symbol on what I think was an office building. It was a symetrical 6 pointed lotus blossom, but instead of the botoom lotus petal there was a down
pointing arrow split in half. Search on google for a picture of The Flower of Life. You can then overlay the sephirot from kabbalah onto that. Now if
the symbol was laid on top of that, it would be pointing down to Malkut (earth). The goal of Kabbalah is to ascend to god, so pointing down would
suggest moving farther away from god. Malkut (earth) is the material realm, therefore focusing on that is focusing on materialism, as opposed to
spirituality. I translate this to mean they are trying to keep us asleep, to make us descend in spirituality by pumping energy into these symbols.
[edit on 4-8-2006 by hexrain1]