posted on Mar, 20 2012 @ 12:43 AM
Other member: I suggest you use some of the plethora of time you have to spend on ATS to do some legitimate research for your own good. You know the
antichrist is going to function as a trinity too right?
Augustus Masonicus: Uh, no. I have no clue, unlike you, as to anything this fictional anti-Christ has planned. Do you know what the Easter Bunny has
in store as well?
This is religious tolerance and education? Nope, this is simply being hateful. Admition isn't required for truth. True or false?
Augustus Masonicus: 'Souls to be reaped'? More Biblical mumbo-jumbo
So when Christ said the harvest was great, but the workers were few, he was just full of it? Yeah, alot of religious tolerance there....
Augustus Masonicus: Is that your way of saying that you could not find an eye in a triangle predating the Renaissance?
You have to be kidding everyone with that nonsense. That symbol is as old as egypt. Just because it doesn't perfectly fit the sign on the back of the
dollar doesn't deny the fact this symbol, the all seeing eye is as old as the egyptians themselves.
Augustus Masonicus: Jesus' genealogy? No one can even prove if he actually existed and now you have a family tree for him? How nice. You let your
fanatical religious beliefs dictate what is real and what is not and people are supposed to take you seriously?
As I have proudly stated on other threads, the fact of the life of Jesus is undeniable. His divinity may be questioned (though I wouldn't recommend
it, but, in this great nation of ours, as well as the world forum known as the internet, you are entitled to religious belief and freedom) the fact he
existed is easily googable. There are more documents in rome alone of the life and times of Chirst than there are of Ceaser. So to suggest that you
can't prove he existed is like suggesting you can't prove there was a ceaser that unified Rome, before his senate assassianated him ofcourse.
Other member: Satan likes to mimic God.
Augustus Masonicus: Who likes to mimic God? The Tooth Fairy?
Again, lovely religious tolerance. This comes off more demeaing more demeaning than anything...
And it goes on and on. For hours, literally, the assaults. It saddens me to see anyone caught in this web of deception. I could c/p the nonsense
spilled out in the name of education all night, but I haven't the energy or time. What I did have was an honest question, one which was ignored, and
then assualted by a group of boys that read one too many masons sites and thought they could fool a forum into believing they represent such.
A true mason seeks true. A true mason educates, not demeans. A true mason believes that a belief in a higher power is suffecent. This doesn't mean
they take every pot shot they can at someone elses beliefs.
Heck, a true mason understands the word "if".
As for getreadyalready, I never assumed all masons knew the secret of the pyramids. Only those that arn't simply pawns that pay dues, though, would.
You see, anyone is willing to let you be part of the gang, so long as they profit. But only real members of any rank would know an answer like that.
That's why it's a brillant (as well as above you head, obviously) question. It's a litmus test, you see? Please keep up.
As for the fact you only date back the brotherhood to the temple of solomon shows just how much you still have not been privy to.
Finally, there are no stupid questions, especially in a thread that suggests all questions are fair game. Only someone wishing to demean someone, as I
have often seen from those that claim mason status on this site, call someone ignorate for asking an honest question.
A true mason educates. He teaches his craft.
A pretender insults those that ask, in fear of being reveiled as fake.