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posted on May, 1 2015 @ 05:22 PM
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a reply to: vethumanbeing

How would you know for sure that your grandfather was heavily pushing for the 1st wedding ceremony to be at a Masonic temple so it would negate the Catholic Church ceremony? How would you know the religious beliefs/Bible knowledge of all the 33rd degree Masons (I'm going to guess the vast majority you have never met/even know their names) also do you have any proof that Masons are the "guardians of the gold reserves"? Do you have a problem with the fact that your grandfather married a women from Guatemala because it does kind of seem like it when you call your grandmother's heritage a "glitch" and claimed your grandfather only married her because she didn't come from a white European family (I could be wrong and read it the wrong way)? I think there is a good possibility that the reason your grandfather and grandmother had 2 marriage ceremonies was because your grandfather wasn't a Catholic but your grandmother and her side of the family were (which I'm pretty sure is the major religion in Guatemala), there are many Catholics who believe having a traditional Catholic wedding is important even if the person they are marrying isn't a Catholic. I really don't think the 1st wedding ceremony negates the 2nd one and the few people I know who have had more than 1 marriage ceremony feel the same way I do.




posted on May, 1 2015 @ 07:44 PM
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originally posted by: nancyliedersdeaddog
a reply to: vethumanbeing

How would you know for sure that your grandfather was heavily pushing for the 1st wedding ceremony to be at a Masonic temple so it would negate the Catholic Church ceremony? How would you know the religious beliefs/Bible knowledge of all the 33rd degree Masons (I'm going to guess the vast majority you have never met/even know their names) also do you have any proof that Masons are the "guardians of the gold reserves"?

Because my legacy is that of a 'gnostic' in knowledge and in so being understand the wisdom of the first ceremony.


nancyliedersdeaddog: Do you have a problem with the fact that your grandfather married a women from Guatemala because it does kind of seem like it when you call your grandmother's heritage a "glitch" and claimed your grandfather only married her because she didn't come from a white European family (I could be wrong and read it the wrong way)?

He married her to continue a different blood line PROVEN that has no inbreeding available to source; my family has no evidence of inbreeding EVER; the eva factor (inbreeding) and the darwinistic idea (inbreeding) flys out of the _ My family has been studied as to this fact (University of Arizona Anthropological/genetic studies we are famous)


nancy: it is a good possibility that the reason your grandfather and grandmother had 2 marriage ceremonies was becse your grandfather wasn't a Catholic but your grandmother and her side of the family were (which I'm pretty sure is the major religion in Guatemala), there are many Catholics who believe having a traditional Catholic wedding is important even if the person they are marrying isn't a Catholic. I really don't think the 1st wedding ceremony negates the 2nd one and the few people I know who have had more than 1 marriage ceremony feel the same way I do.


My Grandfather was a Mennonite a 33rd degree Mason: (not a Catholic). The first ceremony negated the second,

My grandfather was a 33rd degree Scottish Rite Mason; my grandmother was a Guatemalan Maya. Masonic Temple Marriage precludes the Catholic.
edit on 1-5-2015 by vethumanbeing because: (no reason given)





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