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Originally posted by jaybirdg18
I enjoyed your response. I am currently an active member of a Kappa Sigma chapter and am about to become an alumni (since I am graduating from the university). I have heard some rumors about the similarity between masonry and kappa sig organizations and have become more interested in the subject as I become more ritual proficient. While I plan on maintaining complete confidentiality of our organizations secrets (and understand and applaud the fact that you will maintain yours), I would like to know how one can become a mason (among other simple questions). Do you have to be invited by a member, or must you simply attemp to join? I understand if you cannot answer this, but I would like to know since I am considering entering the masonry. Thanks.
By the way, I am truly ashamed that a chapter would even consider accepting candidates like those who have ATTEMPTED at divulging the organizations secrets on this website. It is not only representative of your personal attitude towards the fraternity, but it is a testiment to your quality of charachter as well. I'm sorry that you have a personal vendetta against the members in your chapter, but any decent human being would have the common manners of not TRYING to reveal something others consider sacred (even though your attempts were quite humerous). I suggest that if you want to "bust out" some secrets of an organization, you should have become more active and actually LEARNED the secrets first. However, this is one reason our secrets will always be protected... those who don't have the character and attitude required for membership in Kappa Sigma often don't have the mental ability to reveal some of the fraternity's sacred secrets. So, had you become a REAL Kappa Sig, this whole conversation wouldn't even be necessary (you would have learned to become a better man in all walks of life, including character and personal morality). Nice try though. Unfortunately, you only get a D for effort.
Originally posted by wildswan
I don't know what AEKDB means. While Kappa Sigma's crest does look a little sinister, I don't believe you have anything to worry about. Delta Delta Delta and Gamma Phi Beta use the crescent moon on their badges. Kappa Kappa Gamma uses the key. Several sororities use the skull. The meanings will vary for each organization, but it is never about anything sinister.
I'm interested in the influence of Kappa Sigma on the rituals of Sigma Kappa and Sigma Sigma Sigma. A Kap Sig helped wrote both.
Originally posted by eponymous67
Kappa Sigma is one of the most unusual and interesting ones I have read. Very different.
Originally posted by no_name_8
the funny thing is i am just a pledge of Kappa Sigma and i can already tell you that 99% of the information posted in this thread is false... and the little bit that is true and revealed like it is some dark incredable secret is not a secret it can be found CORRECTLY on the Kappa Sigma website.
dont reply this is a dead topic and i gave a dummy e-mail address so i wont see it anyways
Originally posted by swayoveride
My question to all the people on here that collect fraternity rituals including the Masonic ritual is, Why do you feel the need to know these rituals if you are not part of the organization? Really, if you are not part of the organization do you "need" to know the ritual?
Originally posted by spirit7
I sincerely hope you are not a preacher of Christ like you proclaimed to me earlier.