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posted on Jul, 28 2004 @ 12:23 AM
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What about "PASS" People Against Sick Societies. I here this was created to actually bring people together as a whole, to work as one and create a living space free of all the ostrisities of the world. If my understandings are correct I am the leader would you like to join?




posted on Jul, 28 2004 @ 12:28 AM
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I also forgot "TCO" The Chosen Ones, this was created to empower the week and help fight against all the bad in the world. Supplies relief from poverty through education, helps in gathering all to put an end to violence on the planet and to ensure that all members of "PASS" will always have a stance in the fight of making a peace loving planet here on Mother Earth.

Yupppppers I am one, Do you think you can become a chosen one?



posted on Jul, 28 2004 @ 04:40 PM
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I am a Mormon. I worship Christ. I am a Christian. I do not worship Satan. I do not worship the "horned one". I am not a member of a secret society. How many secret societies do y'all know that go door-to-door teaching those who are WILLING to learn.

I can tell you all that we are not a secret society. Also, before anyone tries to tell me that I was brainwashed, I came to the LDS Church. I was raised Protestant (attending Baptist and Methodist Churches). There are isolated incidents in ALL Churches of scandal and such, but that does not mean that everyone in it is corrupted. There are very good Mormons, Baptists, Catholics, and Jehovahs Witnesses that I personally know.

Perhaps this is the wrong thread to post this message in (it is directed more towards the religion bashers), because it looks like the only point to be made here is that I am not a member of a secret society. However, I would like to know why someone who posted earlier would want to include the Mormons (known as the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints) in that list of secret socities.


Mormon: is a name first used in the 1830s for followers of Joseph Smith, Jr. who accepted "The Book of Mormon" as scripture. It originated as a derogatory term, but the name soon lost its negative connotation. Today the term "Mormon" generally refers to members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church). Members of the Church today prefer the name "Latter-day Saint," but the term "Mormon" is not considered offensive.



posted on Jul, 28 2004 @ 06:29 PM
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I have heard that Joseph Smith could read ancient languages at a time when nobody else could ..is this true??



posted on Aug, 11 2004 @ 08:31 AM
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Originally posted by BangorangRufio

Originally posted by TekNo88
Thats it. I'm forming my own secret society.


I'll join. It's going to have a cool name, right? Like "Order of the Fist" or something else badass, cause I don't want to join one of them pansy secret societies. And we got to have hats. That's all it would take to get me in. Cool name and hats. Oh! I want one of them sexy parties from Eyes Wide Shut. One of those a week would be great.


Yup you seem to have all the important bits!

About those sexy parties: could we have a weekend and a mid-week bash maybey?



posted on Aug, 11 2004 @ 01:15 PM
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check out The International Encylopedia of Secret Societies and Fraternal Orders by Alan Axelrod. good read and tons of information.



posted on Aug, 13 2004 @ 05:16 AM
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Accorrding to the Guardian online Fri 13th Aug 2004

The Order of the Sons of Italy in America (Osia), which is based in Washington and has 600,000 members and donors...

Might not be very mysterious and secet but it does have Order of in it name.



posted on Aug, 16 2004 @ 04:37 AM
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they don't seem secret to me.

they openly display their building, just out of the town centre where i live.
to be honest, i always wondered what the hell they were/did, and now i know they're a 'secret' society!



posted on Aug, 16 2004 @ 06:04 AM
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Originally posted by Justmytype
What about "PASS" People Against Sick Societies. I here this was created to actually bring people together as a whole, to work as one and create a living space free of all the ostrisities of the world. If my understandings are correct I am the leader would you like to join?


I think I'll "PASS" but thanks for asking. I "here" it's not for me.

By the way....what are "ostrisities?" Is that anything like being "frusty?"



posted on Aug, 16 2004 @ 06:05 AM
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Originally posted by Justmytype
I also forgot "TCO" The Chosen Ones, this was created to empower the week and help fight against all the bad in the world. Supplies relief from poverty through education, helps in gathering all to put an end to violence on the planet and to ensure that all members of "PASS" will always have a stance in the fight of making a peace loving planet here on Mother Earth.

Yupppppers I am one, Do you think you can become a chosen one?


Hmmmm... a "fight" to make "peace" What a concept. Guess there's no peaceful way to do it, huh?



posted on Aug, 16 2004 @ 06:08 AM
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Originally posted by petey_pongo23
I am a Mormon. I worship Christ. I am a Christian. I do not worship Satan. I do not worship the "horned one". I am not a member of a secret society. How many secret societies do y'all know that go door-to-door teaching those who are WILLING to learn.

I can tell you all that we are not a secret society. Also, before anyone tries to tell me that I was brainwashed, I came to the LDS Church. I was raised Protestant (attending Baptist and Methodist Churches). There are isolated incidents in ALL Churches of scandal and such, but that does not mean that everyone in it is corrupted. There are very good Mormons, Baptists, Catholics, and Jehovahs Witnesses that I personally know.

Perhaps this is the wrong thread to post this message in (it is directed more towards the religion bashers), because it looks like the only point to be made here is that I am not a member of a secret society. However, I would like to know why someone who posted earlier would want to include the Mormons (known as the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints) in that list of secret socities.


Mormon: is a name first used in the 1830s for followers of Joseph Smith, Jr. who accepted "The Book of Mormon" as scripture. It originated as a derogatory term, but the name soon lost its negative connotation. Today the term "Mormon" generally refers to members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church). Members of the Church today prefer the name "Latter-day Saint," but the term "Mormon" is not considered offensive.



Petey

Mormons are often included because of the secret (yes, they ARE secret to non-mormons) Endowment ceremonies. ...which by the way are VERY Masonic in nature. The earliest versions were almost identical to Masonry but have been revised drastically through the years. This I know from a former very-devout Mormon who was a part of the team who performed the Endowment and Second-Anointing ceremonies, but left the church for whatever reason.

Regards


df1

posted on Aug, 16 2004 @ 03:29 PM
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The Shifters Club is the Summa Esoterica of Wittenberg University. The club was brought to Wittenberg by Dr. John Barker (photo to the right) in 1932. Since then, the Shifters have eluded numerous attempts of various people who tried to crack the "shifter mistery." The Shifters themselves are a semi-international self-perpetuating social organization, which initiates new members depending on whether a person has the "right attitude." Many rumors exist concerning the shifters, but many are mere speculations. It is difficult to ascertain the truth of the Shifters! Here are some material that may help you find out who the Shifters are.
shifters.kisalumni.com...

The shifters select members in manner similer to the the skull & bones. The shifters can be encountered in the middle of the night in fernclift cemetery and they will threaten you should you try to observe. They also show up at halftime of university football games and will snake around the field in a line. They do a similar drill in the cafeteria.
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posted on Jun, 6 2008 @ 12:45 AM
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being that you listed jobs daughters, i would also like to point out there are two more youth based societies associated with the free masons... The International order of the rainbow for girls which you don't have to have a mason relative to join but a friend and Demoley which is for young men,... There is also Order of the Eastern stars that women associated with freemasons can join, or past rainbow girls can join, and mason men can join but it is run by the women basically. BTW joing rainbow girls is the only way to get into eastern stars with out needing a masonic relative. There is also the Order of the Amaranth, and Order of the White Shrine of Jerusalem. All the societies i've listed are associated with Freemasonery.... Im a proud Rainbow Girl



posted on Jul, 23 2008 @ 01:28 PM
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He also did not mention Societas Daconistrarum (order of the dragon)



posted on Jul, 30 2008 @ 02:33 PM
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its a hi jacked list from framepagina COPYRIGHT VIOLATION RIGHT AT THE beggining to the end of the first post



posted on Sep, 10 2008 @ 07:47 PM
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posted on Sep, 11 2008 @ 01:43 PM
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Oh I feel so special! I'm a member of one of the listed secret societies! I'm a Rebekah, the women's chapter of the Independent Order of Oddfellows. Yea me!



posted on Nov, 24 2008 @ 10:20 PM
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not bad but you didnt mention the priory of scion or the society of astral wisdom and those are pretty big ones.



posted on Nov, 24 2008 @ 11:47 PM
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Paul Bunion was a Forrester! =)

What about the Daughters of the Revolutionary War, O.T.O. , Hells Angels, Eastern Star, Boy Scouts of America, Girl Scouts of America, the Shriners, Bohemian Grove, Nuestra Familia, Cosa Nostra, Order of the Southern Cross, Order of the Golden Crescent, Knights of Malta, Knights of Gibraltar, Knights of the Holy See, Knights of the White Cross, GAIA, Order of Demolay, Knights of the Red Cross (Swiss Guard), the Hospitalers...

losts of secret societies! that's for sure....

And now, what about thier Corporate trusts?

Every logo with a letter G as it's standard (Greenlee, Associated General Contractors).

Every logo with a pyramid (THAT list is unfathomable).

Every logo with a disk (Golden Arches, Rosendin Electric).

Every Logo with the infinity sign (Four Seasons hotel).

Their tentacles are in EVERYTHING!



posted on Jan, 22 2009 @ 07:03 PM
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How about The Order of S.O.A.P (Screwed Over American People)





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