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posted on Jan, 22 2007 @ 05:48 PM
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Tamahu, it seems you are intent on believing that the OES is Satanic or some such- I'm wondering what you base this on? Also, I can tell you right now it isn't, my granny belonged to it and I really doubt she was into Satanism, being one of the most conservative, God-fearing people I've ever known.

To the person who knows the owner of the Lucky Mojo page:
I also know her. Are you saying she's in the OES? I really find that hard to believe. She knows an awful lot and to you may sound like she's part of it, but as I say I really doubt it. U2U me if you'd like but I'm very curious as to why you say that, I've never heard her say anything about that.




posted on Jan, 22 2007 @ 06:23 PM
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Originally posted by forestlady
To the person who knows the owner of the Lucky Mojo page:
I also know her. Are you saying she's in the OES? I really find that hard to believe. She knows an awful lot and to you may sound like she's part of it, but as I say I really doubt it. U2U me if you'd like but I'm very curious as to why you say that, I've never heard her say anything about that.


I posted her site, but I'm certainly not suggesting that she's in the O.E.S.

Catherine's a member of a Co-Masonic Lodge. It's not recognized by main-stream Freemasonry, but confers a version of the three symbolic Lodge degrees as well as some of the York & Scottish Rite Degrees.



posted on Jan, 22 2007 @ 06:32 PM
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Hi forestlady



No, I'm not saying that Eastern Star members are Satanists:


As quoted earlier in this thread:





Certain Masonic sects also use the inverted pentagram (namely, the Daughters of the Eastern Star).

Most modern sects and religions that use that symbol say it symbolizes the spirit descending into matter, or the Divine "touching" earth.

We know that is a false understanding of that symbol.

The majority of people who use that symbol simply don't know any better.







Regards


Cug

posted on Jan, 22 2007 @ 08:21 PM
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Originally posted by Appak

Catherine's a member of a Co-Masonic Lodge. It's not recognized by main-stream Freemasonry, but confers a version of the three symbolic Lodge degrees as well as some of the York & Scottish Rite Degrees.


Yep Cat's most definitely a co-mason. (I don't personally know her, but I have been reading her posts on usenet for many many years now. Oh and I was in a few flamewars with her husband
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posted on Jan, 22 2007 @ 11:15 PM
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Thanks for the info, I did not know that about her. Go figure.

Tamahu, thanks for clarifying. I think a symbol means whatever the person using it means. If they say it represents Jesus' descent onto Earth, I'd go with that. There are many, many interpretations of the pentagram, upside down and right side up. There is no one set definition.



posted on Jan, 23 2007 @ 10:07 AM
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To the original post...

I have read that certain lodges have initiated women into the Craft clandestinely, but women-Masons are not typically considered valid by the majority of the Brethren.

There are "women's auxilliary" groups (wives of Masons) such as the Order of the Eastern Star (may be others?) previously mentioned.

On the tangent...
The "Eastern Star" is shown "inverted", not because of the so-called fall of Christ, but that the Star of Bethlehem has traditionally been shown in art that way -- pointing to the spot where Christ was born. The sinister aspects of this form of a star were devised many centuries after the birth of Christ.



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