Originally posted by Redge777
Originally posted by HizToyz
But if you respect him and admire him so much maybe you should join to be like him. Ask him face to face if he is and tell him you want to join. If
he feels you are a good match you need but ask and he should take care of the rest.
And if he thinks, or his brothers think, you are unworthy of the perks of connections and networking the masons gives, then he will condemn you to the
fate of being a non self proclaimed elite that hides in secrecy.
There is a reason groups use secrecy.
Astounding ignorance .. You must believe you are a perfect Christian ..
Buzz Aldrin (a friend of his)
Hmm, big connection.. did he mention how they came to be friends?
He's a former sucessful businessman
Well that has nothing to do with being a Mason... the majority have careers, and im sure most would refer to it as being sucessful but not so many
very bright and very spiritual
Interesting you associate intelligence and spiritualness with Masonry, most think of Satanic and Evil.
Asked him in an e-mail but he never responded
Kind of an off the wall way to ask someone .. I am sure if you asked him in person he would have no issue telling you..
It was more of a joke to me...Some friends and I would kid around about it but I wasn't fully convinced. When I saw the ring today, I was pretty
shocked...Even if I suspected something.
There are millions of Masons, it shouldn't be surprising. You see many more then you think, but many don't wear rings, or have any sign, and though
some don't believe it they look like average joe.
It's something that interests me although I don't think I'd ever apply, at least at this point in my life
Younger you start the better!
At the latest grand lodge communication I had to listen to guys in their late 20's to mid 30's complain they
where much younger then other Masons, and I had to think "I could still call you old man" being only 21.
Just remember though, regardless of what the ignorant fools of the world say (redge777) they are just that, ignorant, blind, and unaccepting of
anything that differs from their narrow minded approach to life.
Ignore them.. because..
And if he thinks, or his brothers think, you are unworthy of the perks of connections and networking the masons gives
Their are few, few perks in Masonry that would be life changing for you, absolutely no guarantee of any actually, I think I get a 10% discount if I
rent a car .. that I can't rent until I turn 25 anyways.. and besides, my insurance covers it anyways..
There is a Masonic credit card here in Ohio, I have one actually.. 13% interest rate but hey, it helps charity
No, no direct perks from
Connections? .. Not so much, if you make friends you make friends, and you get benefits with it of course, I have gotten non masonic friends jobs
before, but that again is nothing to do with Masonry.
then he will condemn you to the fate of being a non self proclaimed elite that hides in secrecy.
Cracks me up. I know I am a self proclaimed elite. Living in secrecy.
if only my bank account backed that claim!