Dear members and freemasons,
I have a few questions more to myself then to you, but because it's about Masonry i hope i can find at least the path to my answer here - in this
thread, with your help.
Please, take your time to fully understand me, because this thread can help other people too.
From 10 years now, I am researching more or less all topics witch can be found on ATS - Ufo's, paranormal activities, conspiracies etc. I am also a
corresponding member of the IIS
, and have contributed to some major things.
In all those years, I never had the time to learn about Freemasons, Illuminati and other "secret" societies. A few months ago, i came across a book
about the masonic history, left from my grandfather. It was very interesting and shortly after that i buyed more books, to understand the philosophy
more and more.
I like it. I really do. I have the feeling that all the philosophy, rules, understandings and goals on freemasonry just came out of my mind. The
brotherhood, to respect all nations, religions, regardless of their believe or skin color. The spiritual understandings and goals into the smallest
detail - perfection of the world, of yourself and your loved ones. The idea of one god (force, architect, etc.). And so on and so on ...
It's like i found myself in those books. If this is really true. My own understanding of the world, my own goals, my own principles and minds - i
found the written on a history book. Really, it's quite strange. It's like you always lived like the bible said, didn't know anything about god and
jesus and suddenly ran into a church and start reading the bible (just an example)
And now, I am playing with my mind - do i want to enter a lodge, if i can? I like, understand and do all the necessary things (at least those I know
about) to be a mason.
Please, be so kind, to post your opinion on my case. Is such a free minded person welcome in such a circle? Is all the information about the
There are many questions I don't even know - i hope i get some answers, to find the right path.
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[edit on 29/7/07 by absente]