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Originally posted by Skyfloating
one of the premises that runs through conspiracy literature is the concept that elitists or those with power and money tend to be more evil than the common man. After getting to know some people with power and money I find this to be false.
dont be surprised if one day you find out that what you thought is a conspiracy is not.
Look at how some people tense up and get wide eyes when I say "I am a freemason". From the expression on their face I know they have some ideas that are, at least partially, inaccurate.
Originally posted by NovusOrdoMundi
I believe freemasonry is a scapegoat for the groups that are actually bad.
I don't think freemasonry is bad. It has some bad people, though.
There are various world leaders, dictators, etc who were/are masons, but that shouldn't reflect on the society as a whole.
Simply because there may be no grand freemasonry conspiracy does not mean there is no grand conspiracy with another group or society, though.
9/11 and freemasonry really have nothing to do with each other either.
Originally posted by scientist
and just for the record, I find lodge to be incredibly boring at times too... but that is mainly because it's treated like a social club. I prefer burying my nose into books and etc. as opposed to eating dinner and talking about medical problems with some of my older bros
Originally posted by Kacen
Okay, so it's a fun, nice group...and why don't you allow women in it?
Isn't it about time? Would it be that upsetting?
Originally posted by uberarcanist
Wow, for someone who is claiming to be doing their damnedest to be dispelling all of this conspiracy theory nonsense, they sure aren't helping their cause by refusing to talk about the Appendant Bodies (which, based off my research, are mostly or totally innocuous).