Centiment, sadly you are not an inquisitive and misguided individual, but a raving maniac.
>Those great greeks you speak of killed to gard their >knowledge
Yes they did, I suggest you research about the Group/Cult of Pythagoras. A philisophical society that has numerous accounts of murder to protect what
they were discussing and theorizing one such incident is when they killed 12 people whom were going to tell the rest of the people about pythagora's
Duhhh.. If knowledge is at any rate useful, you respect that knowledge by making use of it... If you don`t use it..you don`t need the knowledge
therefore don`t need to respect it.
If you believe that crap then you should look at your nation's schools and see why it is they don't want to learn. Knowledge is not respected even
when it is useful, look at Copernicus and Galileo, and an even better example is of a man whom I've heard of many times but sadly don't remember his
name. Whom some 20 years before galileo first looked at the stars, theorized that every star had a world like earth, with people such as us, and they
burned him at the stake.
Wow....clap clap... same #ing response as anyone being into any religion (thinking THEY are the ones, THEY are the best, etcc...). Same answer from
me: YOUR boundary is Freemasonry. Period.
You're not even coherent here, and obviously you don't understand even something a child could grasp. That anyone can be a freemason, from all
walks of life. And yet here you ramble about some "fanaticism" thing, as if you even know what the word means.
Yes..you got my friend going nut.
No I think you're
the one going nuts, not your friend, perhaps you should read just one sentence of what you write.
But see what muslims have done ??? Fanaticism is not a joke.
How can you compare charity and good will towards all, to Fundamentalist Islam and their insane suicide bombers?
Alas.....I fell on a bunch of fanatics....
This "fanaticism" is knowledge, and us fanatics are people who know what we are talking about.
Your friend isn't spouting drivel to entice you to join (though he may be but doubtful) it's just he's going through that phase where he is being
told what all Masons here, and is frustrated he can't tell you.
And I'll tell you, until you've seen a lodge room in action, you'll never understand.
And that's not a fanaticism thing, that's an excitement thing, as much so as if you were to see military precision for the first time, for Masonry
is more precise than even an Annual Inspection. And not as boring too...
Also, fix up your english, it's attrocious.