posted on Nov, 8 2008 @ 10:09 AM
reply to post by LowLevelMason
Are you seeking the truth or trying to hide it? It would seem to me that if you have no proof what people are saying about George Washington are
lies, then it wouldn't make any sense to argue with them. Unless you are purposely trying to make a fool out of them to discredit them. Why? Does
this ease your conscious? Does it make you feel smarter than them? It isn't people's jobs to give you full proof of something in a single post.
Instead, it is YOUR job to try and prove them false if you wish to discredit them and put a gold star next to your name. You say they have no proof
when you yourself have no proof to the contrary. Now the truth is a hard thing to find. If indeed there is a society or societies intent on hiding
the truth and have nearly unlimited resources for doing so, a society of which you are an admitted member of, then perhaps you must rely on instinct
and common sense to find the truth instead of waiting to die to ask Washington himself. If I was you, I would have to ask myself a few questions
like: If indeed freemasonry is "good" then why the secrecy?, or Why are there so many things about freemasonry that are against God's will
(examples: pride, symbolism, favoritism to fellow masons, etc.), or If we serve God then why do we lie to the public about the cause of certain
events? The list goes on. Well, in the end if you believe in God then I would hope you believe in the devil as well. Now realizing that the devil
exists, do you think he stopped tricking people after he talked Eve into eating from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil? Hitler once said,
"The victors of wars write the history books." Evil and wise, the two always seem to go hand in hand.