Originally posted by 12.21.12
Heres a question. If it weren't for the secret societies forum would you guys post at all? It seems that there is one forum on ATS filled with
nothing but mindless drivel and that would be the secret societies forum. What gives? Have you guys nothing to say about anything that does not
pertain to secret societies or freemasonry? Why are there so many on ATS that spend there time trying to defend freemasonry, yet have nothing to say
about various conspiracy related topics that have nothing to do with freemasonry?
Seriously though, who is paying for all this mindless drivel? Seems like such a reputable orginization would have better things to do with their time.
Just my opinion anyways.
It's simply a veiled way of engaging in theology. Most of it is nothing but unsourced denial statements.
Q: Grass is green!
Freemason: No, grass is not green.
Q: Lots of people say that the grass is green.
Freemason: That is based on the Taxil hoax and misquoted writings by Albert Pike. They state that the grass is green, although it is not and never has
been. Albert Pike is rumored to have grown the greenest of all grasses, which is false. Anton LaVey never saw green grass either.
Q: People who grow grass say that grass is green.
Freemason: You have no first-hand knowledge of grass-growing, so you cannot possibly know whether or not grass is green.
Q: Grass has been photographed with a slightly greenish hue.
Freemason: Green objects were photographed together with grass. That doesn't mean that the grass itself is green. You can use the color tool in
Photoshop to turn any object green, including grass.
Q: When the light hits it at an angle, the grass looks green.
Freemason: While light is important in grass-growing, it does not make the grass look green.
Q: Grass is green because of chlorophyll.
Freemason: That is mostly unfounded conjecture. Grass grows with full transparency and openness at all times. There are signs posted informing about
every location of growing grass. There is information on the Internet showing the detailed composition of grass blades. Chlorophyll contains magnesium
ions, which do not produce the color green. There's no reason to suspect that any chlorophyll in grass would make it green.
Q: XYZ.com says that grass can also collect dew
Freemason: XYZ.com ? They must be hooked on phonics !
Q: During a potato famine in Ireland, some people ate grass and developed greenmouth.
Freemason: That's because they were part of a seperate though unrelated green-object-eating cult, which does not imply in any way that grass is
green. While such an incident would be unfortunate, we cannot account for those who choose to do so, nor does that represent the experiences of the
majority of grass growers.
Q: So grass can give people greenmouth?
Freemason: Maybe, but, again, that doesn't mean that grass is green. Those people could have gotten greenmouth from other sources, like moldy
potatoes, or even super-AIDS.
Q: Super-AIDS doesn't cause greenmouth.
Freemason: Where are your sources??
Q: Grass is derived from an older species of green vegetation.
Freemason: No it is not, and it never has been. Many people by now know the history of grass.
Q: Grass is awfully similar to ancient Chinese rice crops.
Freemason: Grass has taken influence from older species of vegetation, but not the green color.
Q: The ancient Greeks cultivated green grass, and liked their grass particularly young.
Freemason: There is no evidence that the ancient Greeks cultivated green grass. The ancient Greeks created science, medicine and democracy, so maybe
it was wise for them to nurture an affinity for younger grass.
Q: There is green grass on the $20 bill, all over Washington DC and on the White House lawn.
Freemason: That is not green grass, merely grass that has been depicted to appear green in origin. The use of green grass was never part of the plan
for either Washington DC or the White House. There hasn't been natural grass on the White House lawn for over 40 years.
Q: The green grass on the $20 bill is surrounding a fjord. When was the last time you saw a fjord in America?
Freemason: It is merely symbolic of America's historic struggle to raise and maintain its people in purity, as symbolized by the white snowcaps.
Q: When you overlay the fjord with its inverse, there are equally-spaced points pointing to the letters G R E E N G R A S S.
Freemason: There are 450 trillion different possible combinations of letters. This sounds more like the work of paranoid conspiracy psychos than your
friendly neighborhood grass growers.
Q: The words in Spanish translate to "The grass is green over at the ravine."
Freemason: That is a mistranslation from the original Spanish. You don't speak Spanish, so you cannot translate the words yourself.
Q: There is green grass 13 blocks away from both the White House and the statue of Albert Pike. The paths between those locations form a triangle
within a pentagram within an octagon.
Freemason: That is merely a sick, insane coincidence -- insane in the membrane.
Q: Why is there a statue of Albert Pike in Washington DC, surrounded by green grass, although he only did military service?
Freemason: For his distinguished service during the Civil War
Q: And how, specifically, do you claim to be "friendly neighborhood" grass growers?
Freemason: Well, for starters, we raise funds for needy families.
Q: Wow, I didn't know your whole family smoked crack!
Freemason: Ok, you have not provided any factual evidence, so discussion of any possibility of alleged "green grass" will now conclude.