posted on Aug, 30 2008 @ 11:28 PM
Originally posted by AugustusMasonicus
reply to post by rickyrrr
Perhaps before the advent of the Information Age I would have been more apt to agree with your statements. However, it is now possible to discover all
of the 'secrets' of Masonry without ever having to join a lodge and participate in the degrees. If and when you persue these revealed facts and
discriptions please let me know if you thought or found anything which can be interperted as concerning to society at large.
Thanks for pointing that out. It is not the first time I have been referred to do research by a mason, A good college friend of mine used to say, the
same except he would say "Well, there are no secrets, go to the library" I have done quite a bit of googling and I "still" have not found that
secret that would be "concerning to society at large"
I will have no way of knowing if I have found sufficient information to know the "secrets" for the same reason that an unrestricted negative cannot
be proven. I can surely find a number of "secrets" but at no point will I find a secret that also happens to be "the very last one". And of course
that is not proof of anything either way, so is the nature of secrecy, and human logic. I will never know whether there remains anything left to
Once more, I personally don't have any special suspicions of the freemasons any more than I have any suspicion of any random person in a position of
power. I did want to highlight the catch 22 that secrecy brings up as a key component of the hatred towards freemasons.