Originally posted by hexrain1
A masonic school in either houston or austin texas, i can't remember exactly.
The real problem that everyone here is having is that there is no such thing as a 'masonic school'. If you still know this friend, you've really
got to get the name in order for this to be at all meaningful.
although several of the people who would sit in on the meetings would "pick" out a child, he said. So i imagine that it was several people
doing this in
Can you see why your imagining what is happening, based upon a very vague report from a person about events that happened nearly 40 years ago isn't
the most convincing thing for people to read?
What does he mean that they were 'picked'? They were lined up, one was picked, and then they were taken into a room to be molested, or is he saying
that they kids were brought in under what he considers to be a pretense, secretly 'picked' without their knowing it, and then later abused?
Who was a mason there anyway? THe guy doing the molesting? THe people picking? How'd your friend now?
I would think most if not all are focused on these sacred sites, but there's no map of the native americans country before we came so its
anyones guess whether its true.
Then we can't say that its true.
now ring one, the other starts to resonate
Thats tunning forks, and they have to be specifically created to have those properties. A dried up dead plant isn't going to have the same frequency
as all living representatives of that species of plant. Nor is that 'ressoance' going to have any affect on them anyway.
. If your asking me to prove "magic" your asking to much
Masons had a large hand in the planning of city layouts from the very beggining.
Which cities? Also, considering that masonry was extremely popular, why should it matter if a person was a mason and an urban planner, any more than
it should matter that they all 'happen' to be christians, or university educated, etc?
I think there is a reason for this. I'm simply offering an explanation for this deliberate layout.
I think that a much more sensible answer for cities having centres and appearing to radiate out from them is that the cities started as centres, and
grew from that. The 'most important civic buildings' would of course be in that centre, they'd be there from the start. Even these portions being
higher than the rest of the city is more reasonably explained by the history of the cities, you'd want to build a town on a higher portion of land,
either because its more defensible, or because its simply healthier in those days to have run-off run down and away, and to have fresh air blowing
through the city. Not that a secret cabal has infiltrated the planning boards of all these 'soon to be' cities and picked out the hills for some
The building was not a lodge but it was made of stone. they are "STONEmasons" so anything built with stone they probably still oversee it.
The freemasons were originally a labour union, in the middle ages, of stone-workers.
You do not use stonemasons to create modern buildings, they will dress the stones, but other artisans are used to construct buildings today.
you overlay the sephirot to know WHAT the arrow is pointing to
Why? Why use the sefiroth at all? And what of designs on buildings that point up? Why isn't that taken to mean that the masons only have heavenly
only that the persuade the populous to do so.
But, again, your are determining this because a building, faced with stone, has an arrow pointing down.
if there really is a conspiracy, then all of them would work together to rig court hearings.
However before you noted that it was probably only the 'upper elite' that are involved. Are you saying that all those judges and cops are 33d
masons and such?
I think this is the safest way to inform people of the goings on in the masonic world.
If anything, its the most dangerous. Lets say you observe a vast conspiracy, and its ready to kill those who reveal the truth. Going on an online
discussion board, or creating a webpage, exposing the conspiracy, alerts them to who you are AND, because you can't offer any proof or a good
rationale to the listeners, and indeed aren't trying to engage in a discussion or convince anyone, you are also accomplishing nothing and NOT
informing anyone, in the bottom line.
It doesn't make sense.
The cities are built out radially (from a tall center point) so that they are all encompassed in these vibrations that are sent out.
Ah, the obelisk in the vegetable field is analagous to the tall buildings in the city center.
But, again, since this 'magic' doesn't work, what woul dbe the point? I mean, if the masons have been doing this for generations, surely they can
see that obelisks with dried dead plants doesn't make a field fertile.
so the influences travel in wavelike patterns out, affecting anything tuned to the same vibration.
But, again, isn't it much more reasonable that the cities have grown out from their center because thats how a city would grow?
Also, what specific cities are you thinking of? NYC didn't grow this way, neither did Boston, or lots of other cities anyway.
second picture down. the farthest symbol to the left.
Something like this?:
I really just don't see how any of this is relevant. You saw a corporate logo that sorta looked like that but had the bottom petals as an arrow,
pointing down. Its not a building built by the freemasons, its not a freemason's building, and its not a mason belonging the the organization of
freemasons. Then, for some unknown reason, probably because you consider the sephiroth to be special, you decided to overlay the two. Then, because
the flower as an arrow that points down, you interpret that to mean that masons want us to think materialistically.
I'm sorry, the logic does not follow, even in the final step, there is no reason to think that the "malkuth" means 'crude and base materialism".
The nodes of the sefiroth are emmanations from god
, they're not simple statements of 'materialism' or "earthliness" in a common, exoteric,
OK. Here goes. What about geomancy?
I am confused as to why this obelisk ressonance magic is presented as geomancy in the first place. Geomancy is a method of divination in which you
interpret things on the ground, such as cast pebbles or bizzare scratches, 'reading the earth'.
Minimally, anyway, if the masons are practicing this 'obelisk ressonance' "geomancy", AND it can't be demonstrated that it works because its
magical, then there should at least be a demonstration that the masons are indeed practicing it.