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Just curious, have you listened to david ike at all?
The five pointed star was a pegan symbol
Originally posted by Meatclown
I love how masons always dodge the subject of albert pike whenever he is brought up.
Originally posted by lazy1981
The Illuminati came about alot earlier than the Civil War. Some say that they are responsible for the French revolution and that Voltair was one. George Washington even wrote about the Illuminati threat, and to the ney sayers it is fact not fiction that Washington addressed this. He was alarmed that it may spread to the Americas.
I am also of the opinion that the Illuminati may have highjacked the Free Masons at the upper echelon and that the rest of the Masons are kept in the dark. I never have beleived in "The Masonic Conspiracy Theory" but I am well convinced of the Elitest Illuminati One.
So far from what I've gathered, true masons are a group of people, they do good things for the community, they get together and do wierd stuff.
Evil is just a perception, there is no good or evil, rather different paths, at least thats the way I percieve it, i don't hold anything to anyone because personally I believe in the idea of spiritual evolution and all that.
I have heard the 'TRUE" masons, the ones that have proof of their membership are OK, are no means evil, and rather its the fake lodges, self-proclaimed masons like the skull and bones or some other similar type of groups that do such evil things.
I just know.. I know a story, it involves masons, and human remains, thats all I will say, but for all I know it could be one of "FAKE, illegitamate..satanic lodges".
I think the masons control the economy, the capitalist economy and keep it strong, and I frown upon that because I hate the whole idea of capitalism.
I don't like them sticking their symbolism everywhere, like on government buildings.
I just hope they aren't the ones who implemented the suit, the required, gentlemanly look of the 'business class'. It is pretentious, and it seperates people I believe. It gives them a pseudo-class. Capitalism must go, equality must be globally present, at least in our minds, i do believe things like the suit seperate us.
On 3rd February 1661 Samuel Pepys, a son of a tailor, stepped out for the first time in his ‘coate’ which was a knee-length version of a loose riding garment that in its new form replaced the original tunic - padded doublet.
In 1795, George Bryan Brummell made the acquaintance of the future George IV, Prince of Wales, and proceeded to mesmerise him with his wit and an extraordinarily fastidious sense of style. Though profligate and self-indulgent; the Prince as pupil proved the perfect conduit for the teachings of Burmmell, whose word on the exact cut of a coat or the starching of a stock could consequently not be denied.
Brummell established new rules. Quality became something one knew when one saw it, but was difficult to describe. It came down to cut, fit and exquisitely minute detail as well as to the sometimes mystical relationship of a man with his tailor. It has been said that Burmmell’s clothes were distinguished and seemed to melt into each other with the perfection of their cut and harmony of their colour.
During the 19th century the tailcoat evolved into formal dress. ‘Frock coat’ was replaced with the day after day tailcoat. Initially intended only to ‘lounge’ in, the tailcoat evolved into the suit as we know it
I'm not blaming masons for bringing this all into being, I'm just saying I hope they arent the ones behind all these cultural standards, and the strength of capitalism.
I believe capitalism is a large inbalance to the world and it eventually will cause some great problems that I believe are already beginning to show themselves.
Lots of business owners are masons....
how bout implementing some form of socialism in your business, let your workers benefit.... I only know a few masons, for all I know they could very well do this.
Anyways, its just my perception, and if they support the class system, captalism, and if they really do have a part in "pulling the strings" of our society, then I don't care much for them.
I don't need them looking out for me, I have a good enough sense of responsibility of my own.
If any mason can tell me they don't control the economy, and tell me it with absolute certainty... then I'll let that theory go and leave them alone.
My neighbor is a mason, and his dad is up there.. like 33rd degree or something, and he really wanted to see my all-seeing eye anti-mason, anti-illuminatti tattoo and I was like ahhh why, hes the enemy... haha I didnt really feel comfortable abut meeting the man, but he seemed like he woulda been a freindly guy. My perception of masons has really changed in the past year.
Quite frankly, I don't care.
We got other things to worry about then some charitable clubs..
We do have a very interesting history in this country rockpuck and it's called Native American History that goes back much more than 200 years.
There are too many connections between Masons and the NWO.
There is a guy I work with that comes in every day sporting his Mason baseball cap and huge jeweled Mason pendant necklace, he has 3 stick-on round logos on the back of his SUV. He walked in for an interview and I almost dropped my cup of coffee.
I don't think he had a clue as to what he was representing.
He was more proud of the fact that he had a sweet necklace and belonged to something that was "forward and positive," as he said. You may say, well he could very well know what he was doing. I will tell you he didn't. I asked him a few questions about the history of Masonry and he really didn't know much.
There are obviously Masons that will say, he's just new and not as serious about it as I.
pretty much the last thing I would expect to encounter at work.
its not a tattoo of hate, its a tattoo of warning.
It just basically means, beware of your surroundings. You'd have to see it to understand.
I am responsible, if that was a note of sarcasm. And productive. That was entirely my point on captilalism. You got the workers, who are the gears of society, and we get a fraction of the benefits, but thats besides the point of masonry and I'd be glad to explain my views on that elsewhere.
It appears there is much distorted information about there about masons.
As far as the story with the bones, theres something not right about it but I won't explain because I'm trying to protect the teller of the story, an experience of my very good freind. I wouldn't share any of that information without his consent.
yes thank you. Native Americans, Now theres a culture!