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Masonic Literature and the World Wars?

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posted on Apr, 29 2009 @ 12:31 PM
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If true where exactly in Masonic literature does it state that 3 world wars will be needed or used to bring about a new dawn? I know this question has been asked a million times but i am asking it for myself, i would like to know exactly what text it came from and how much of it is actually truth.

Freemasons must hear this more often then not so if I'm prying an old can of worms open fear not as I'm just curious to this.

Bonus Question:

Was Albert Pike involved in any such way in the forming of the KKK? or is this just rubbish?


Are you squared? and thank you for your help!




posted on Apr, 29 2009 @ 01:36 PM
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Yikes... so many posts about this subject... Well never the less this thread will go into purgatory, might as well just remove the bugger.

What can ya do.



posted on Apr, 29 2009 @ 02:01 PM
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It ain't true, the myth about the 3 wars is based on a non existent document that claims that Pike and Mazzini plotted out the World Wars before their deaths.
It uses terms that weren't around at the time, and the musuem that supposedly housed it never saw it. Having read some of Pike's works, the writing is markedly different.

Pike wasn't involved with the formation of the KKK at least.
More than that you can't really state for sure. It's possible he joined the original KKK, which was mostly formed to force the carpet baggers to return to the North and help rebuilding efforts in the South after the war. They were disbanded due to the large number of recruits they had that ended up venting their frustrations on former slaves.
Eventually, they reformed as the modern Klan well after Pike died.



posted on Apr, 30 2009 @ 12:38 PM
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I have read somewhere that the masonic lodges is a satanic group and they make people think there good so they get more members and sacrifice idk but thats what i heard about them i think its interesting though



posted on Apr, 30 2009 @ 01:18 PM
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Thank you very much for that it was exactly what i was looking for!



posted on Apr, 30 2009 @ 01:36 PM
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Complete nonsense & rubbish.



posted on May, 1 2009 @ 06:02 PM
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kitaru
posted on 30-4-2009 at 01:38 PM
I have read somewhere that the masonic lodges is a satanic group and they make people think there good so they get more members and sacrifice idk but thats what i heard about them i think its interesting though
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kitaru, lower level masons are very good people! They don't know what the higher ups are doing. One group of masonic split-offs I call them are the "Royal Order of Jesters". MOst lower level masons don't even know who they are. The Jesters are high-ranking masons and cater to the elites of freemasonry! Masons can't say with any truth that they don't know about the Jesters because in order to be a "Jester", you gotta be a freemason! Don't take my word for it, read this article for yourself and be your own judge! The proof is in the pudding!
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sandyfrost.newsvine.com...
Jesters Exposed
The Royal Order of Jesters is made up of 24,000 invited Shrine leaders, including current Imperial Potentate, Dr. Bernard Lemieux, MD.
The International Royal Order of Jesters oversees nearly 200 clubs. Their members include United States Presidents, including Truman and Ford, congressmen, governors, state representatives, federal judges, US district attorneys and secretaries of state. Their ranks are swollen with doctors, lawyers, sheriffs, Masonic Grand Masters and Shrine leaders.

Jesters pride themselves in having control of all leadership positions at all of the Shrine Temples in the U.S. and Canada as well as the Imperial Shrine leadership. Also, they have risen through the ranks in every body of Masonry including the Scottish Rite, York Rite, Rosicrucians, Red Cross of Constantine, Eastern Star and the Demolay Organizations."



posted on May, 3 2009 @ 09:48 AM
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and please, when you read about these few people who happen to be masons, try to think for yourself when asking if three people do a bad thing does that mean everyone is bad? Like that woman who killed her kids. So that means all women are bad. Or that guy who killed his kids, yea all men are bad.

Just don't use too broad a brush when painting the picture.



posted on May, 3 2009 @ 10:05 AM
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I do use the "broad brush painting" metaphor on just about anyone i feel is pushing some stereotype into ground. I remember leaving a message on my facebook about how i was going to join the masons (which i am) and i got alot of flack from one particular person.

Typical stuff like, "if your going to join the Freemasons infiltrate them" or "all Freemasons believe in Lucifer", i left a comment back explaining to him judgment is a tool of division and a true mason would understand this, kind of reminds me of the preface to Morals and Dogma which states.

""Everyone is entirely free to reject and dissent from whatsoever herein may seem to him to be untrue or unsound.""

I actually can't wait to go join the lodge in my town in July!



posted on May, 3 2009 @ 12:13 PM
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Originally posted by JohnWdoe
I do use the "broad brush painting" metaphor on just about anyone i feel is pushing some stereotype into ground. I remember leaving a message on my facebook about how i was going to join the masons (which i am) and i got alot of flack from one particular person.

Typical stuff like, "if your going to join the Freemasons infiltrate them" or "all Freemasons believe in Lucifer", i left a comment back explaining to him judgment is a tool of division and a true mason would understand this, kind of reminds me of the preface to Morals and Dogma which states.

""Everyone is entirely free to reject and dissent from whatsoever herein may seem to him to be untrue or unsound.""

I actually can't wait to go join the lodge in my town in July!


I am pretty sure you will enjoy your experience while going through the ritual. Come back and give us your impressions of it.



posted on May, 5 2009 @ 06:46 AM
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Please do let us know how your initiation goes. I can give you my word that there is no devil worship or anything that would conflict with your religion, family, or self. Just try not to go crazy with the memory work. You will start talking to yourself.



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