posted on Apr, 24 2004 @ 10:58 PM
Why is Freemasonry so anti-pot?
It seems to tolerate and even encourage the use of Alcohol, Cocaine and Benzodiazopines by its members.
Yet every Freemason I know (and I know hundreds) will immediatally sneer at anyone who admits to smoking pot as being a dead-beat an worthless
Canibis is probably the least harmful social drug in modern society.
But back to the thread - The Man Who Would be King is an excelent explanation of Masonic Ideology
The Protagonist "selflessly" assumes the role of a god-king not because he desires the wealth and riches but because he believes that the people
need him to appear as such.
Personally I always thought he was mug not to realise when he was onto a good thing and clear off with the treasure, it would have all ended with
same result (i.e. the people realising their religion was a lie), except that he would have been rich and alive.
Most people seem to agree with this interpretation, which makes it even more amusing.
A very good modern "Anti-Masonic" movie that depicts the roleplay based mind control techniques used by modern Freemasonry is "Existanz" by David
Get a Freemason to watch this film after telling them this and see the angst and denial bring them to the brink of tears.