posted on Jun, 9 2007 @ 03:58 PM
Originally posted by andymonk
Another worried freemason All world secret
societies will be opened up to the REAL light soon! Your time is nearly up and your disinformation is rapidly being seen through. Have you got any
opinions of your own or do they all come from wikipidia?
Originally posted by brotherforchrist
If my research went half as deep as your delusions, I would be the Encyclopedia Brittanica.
Why is the burden of proof on me, to prove what is true and documented about the fraternity that I belong to, but you are exempt from the burden of
truth when you post bizarre rationalizations, and then go on to say that they come from you having your own opinions,which are admittedly not based
upon any research or fact.
If you give me unmitigated proof and research on something I will believe it, but as long as you spout insane generalizations with nothing to back
them up it will remain BS.
If you want to speak of esoteric matters in a respectful rational manner I am sure Masonic Light or a few of the other posters would be happy to do
so, but the problem being you wouldn't believe it ,you would just fall on the .0001 % of masons really know this... (but you never being a mason
obviously know more than people that have studied out of masonic libraries, and studied the craft all of their lives)
If you want to find God or the meaning of existence in the flower of life,the pencil on your desk, or the turd in your toilet, then I am not going to
stop you, and it is your right to do so no matter what my beliefs are, however when you go around blatantly lying about myself and others, making up
half truths and venomous lies about people who give their lives to principles of moral rectitude and upright citizenship, then don't be surprised
when it becomes a bone of contention to some people.
The only thing that we know that you don't is how to be a logical,rational,sane member of society.Judging from your posts it looks like they are
letting the inmates at the asylum on the internet nowadays.