posted on May, 30 2013 @ 07:59 AM
Originally posted by mexicocity
reply to post by OnTheLevel213
I was meaning Blue degree Fellowcraft.
Then you're once again mistaken. Fellowcraft is not the highest Masonic degree; that would be Master Mason.
Masonic historians suggest modern freemasonry commenced after Jews fled from the middle east due to the Roman invasion.
"Masonic historians" have said all sorts of things, some more credible than others.
And as Freemasonry glorifies Jew patriarchs like Enoch and Solomon and uses Kabbalah etc, it is hardly inprobable.
As Old Testament figures are well-known throughout the Western world, using them in ritual does not increase the probability of your hypothesis.
The belief that planets have meaning and effects on humans is called Astrology, not Astronomy.
And has nothing to do with Freemasonry.
As far as Im aware, in England, Venus is/was used as a light after the candidates ressurection.
You would be incorrect.
There are numerous Bible verses that could be used as evidence against Freemasonry.
I've heard this several times; 97% of the time at least, they're out of context.
There is also a connection with NASA in the form of its creation and employees. Whether that is coincidental is debatable.
As is whether it exists.
What evidence would you use to debunk this masons hypothesis?
is a pretty good rundown of the problems with The Hiram Key
There are numerous Christian versus Freemasonry topics here you can find the verses and Apocryphal books in them.
Most if not all of them have counter-arguments I find convincing. You'll have to cite in particular which ones you think are valid.
With regards to your evidence-free claim about Chris Knight; that is simply your opinion based on what you believe you know, nothing more and
To be fair, you've made claims about NASA, pseudoscientific scams, and Venus that are much the same.
edit on 30-5-2013 by OnTheLevel213
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