posted on Oct, 12 2009 @ 08:56 PM
Would this be called Masonic propaganda? I challenge the ATS Masons and their critics here to look at what I have to present:
I just communicated recently with a very kind gentlemen here on the ATS about Dan Brown and his new novel. The gentlemen was a mason and he and I
exchanged a few ideas with each other about the writer Dan Brown and the Masons, etc. This was I think, only a couple of days ago and it is part of
what makes the experience I’m about to share so strange.
Today I found the word “Masonic” occurring in a film. However in this case it was in a film from 1985 , about a postapocalyptic world, in a film
which had nothing to do with Masons. It was the postnuclear setting of Mad Max Beyond the Thunderdome and it did not occur in the right context .
The film is rather famous I guess. Everyone reading would at least know of it. So , stay with me please. This is where it gets freaky weird. Some of
the characters in the film think that mel gibson’s character is their messiah. His character tells them something along the lines of “no, I’m
not who you think I am”. Then Gibson’s character begins to describe to the kids of this tribe in the film about something that used to be called
cities. All the kids then ohhh and ahhhh.They repeat almost all of his words. He then tells them , and I’m quoting here as he’s describing the
culture of what used to be in these “cities” “…they had skyscrapers, videos, and Masonic…”
That’s right, masonic. No reason for the word Masonic to be there. None at all. Why is it there? Why does he say that? It’s not got anything to do
with the script.
. It means nothing in that sentence. It has no place being there! . So then the last word which the children repeat is “Masonic” and they
repeat it over and over again.. it is eery. about 8 or nine characters all at once. And this all within about 20 seconds. Mind you ,The characters
don’t know all the words of course. They don’t know what skyscrapers are or videos, and then there’s the sentence that for all the world sounds
like it should end with , c.d.’s , maybe, or cars , though it ends with… Masonic.
Why Masonic? Of all words?
Hear Ye , ATS members, and the rest
Of the ATS
Even you ats stalkers in the midst
Here is a clue that most of you will get
It is Masonic in nature , and is no jest.
Most of you are tech savvy. Please feel free and find this and post it. And any feedback would be appreciated