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Has Anyone Here Turned Down an Offer to join the Freemasons and/or Illuminati?

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posted on Nov, 25 2008 @ 08:45 PM
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Originally posted by PhyberDragon
Maybe, if during the "initiation" if you refuse to desecrate time honored symbols and values (ie: spitting on a cross or other religious symbol or artifact; saying the Lord's prayer backwards; urinating on a flag; climbing into a coffin; etc. You are told that you have the strength of character and conviction they are looking for and you are guided down one path (ie: "the Blue Lodge") and if you do not, you might be told that you have the ability to shed off preconcieved notions and ideas and are able to be taught the significance of the deeper esoteric meanings and teachings and are lead off down a different path. Each candidate being told the opposite reaction would have disqualified them, so they don't believe an alternate path within the innner circles do not exist. The one being overt and public works, the other being overt and private works. Might explain the difference of opinions on the matter.


My god, where do people get this stuff? I was never asked to do anything like that during my initiation and nor has anyone else at any other masonic 1st degree I've attended. And I've been to quite a few, at different lodges across the country.

The minute anyone was asked to do something like that it would become part of anti-masonic lore.




posted on Nov, 25 2008 @ 08:46 PM
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Originally posted by mystiq
Both my father and uncle were invited and refused. My brother joined. But he doesn't attend anything, so he's not really in.

[edit on 25-11-2008 by mystiq]


What group are you talking about?

If its freemasonry, I would LOVE the SPECIFIC details on how one is invited. Everyone seems to be invited to join freemasonry nowadays. Its like we're handing out invitations and canvassing neighborhoods with them.



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