posted on May, 1 2008 @ 10:59 AM
And to everyone who says I am not interested in their "truth", or dont know what Im talking about, I have read the following anti-masonic books
William Schoebelen / Interview with a Vampire
Miller-Starr / Occult Theocracy
Nesta Webster / Secret Societies and Subversive Movements
van Helsing / Secret Societies and their Power in the 21st Century
David Icke / Children of the Matrix
Jim Shaw / The Deadly Deception
Thats right, Ive actually read all of these books. If you dont believe me, I can quote from any of them within minutes.
The William Schoebelen books are pure fabrication ("I was a blood drinking masonic vampire").
The Miller-Starr book is not too bad, and the Nesta Webster book is not too bad either...it was written at a time when authoring a book still required
citing some sources...but its heavily biased in seeing everything as a "socialist conspiracy".
The van Helsing book is nothing more than a copy of many other books "exposing freemasonry". The guy did not do one iota of research himself but
presents himself as "The man who uncovered the truth of the world for his readers". Not to mention him then going into the theory of the Nazis
having UFOs in the Antarctic who will soon return to take back the world from "them evil jews"
The David Icke book is an entertaining read but it tries to mix everything and make connections from everything to everything where there are none.
Besides that its full of libel, (calling anyone in a position of authority or disagrees with him a pedophile or satanist) and slander, puffed up with
the reptilian-extraterrestrials concept.
According to Icke I am supposed to believe that EVERY lodge has, in its middle, a door-in-the-floor that leads to a tunnel which leads to the center
of the hollow earth. Well...I checked in my lodge, excited to find an entrance to the hollow earth, but such a door was nowhere to be found.
The Jim Shaw book "The Deadly Deception" at first looks interesting...until you notice that the way the guy is describing masonic business, he must
be lying out of his teeth.
So why write these books? Because they can make you rich. Because its fun to make up stories. Because its easy to just copy what someone else wrote
and add some of your own stuff to it.