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Why masons are not evil

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posted on Dec, 23 2009 @ 02:03 PM
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Originally posted by mpgore2004
Please provide some proof of this.

Now I do agree that not all Masons are evil but some certainly are and have tainted the reputation of the order forever. However I am having trouble believing that a 32nd degree Freemason would give an interview.

I find this very unlikely since Freemasons of that stature would not disclose the fact that they are a Freemason, and even if they did, they certainly would not disclose any information regarding the brotherhood.

Also please state who this person is since level 32 of Freemasonry indicates that it would almost certainly be someone very powerful and in the political/economic/financial public eye; hell the next, and highest level includes FDR, Blair and Bush to name a few; only the reigning Monarch of England is higher.

Or perhaps some Freemasonic misinformation.


i am 22 years old and live on the outskirts of memphis tennessee just graduated with an associates in Criminal Justice and I AM A 32ND DEGREE MASON and would gladly answer any questions you have. by the way my name is Kendall Jewell.




posted on Dec, 23 2009 @ 02:20 PM
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Originally posted by Matthew Dark


I thought the Bush's weren't Masons.
And I could've sworn that the Skull & Bones were at serious odds with the Masons, some kind of fraternity vs. fraternity rumble.


You are correct, and the Bushes are not Freemasons.

However, there are no odds between the Masons and the Skull and Bones. The Skull and Bones are a college fraternity made up of Yale seniors, which has no contact one way or the other with Freemasonry.

Some Freemasons however have been Skull and Bones alumni, Theodore Roosevelt for example.



posted on Dec, 23 2009 @ 04:40 PM
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Originally posted by Bananarama
Take your BS somewhere else. Why would you put retreat in quotes if you are supposed to be such a high ranking member? "Some retreat thing, I don't know much about it." Well you should, unless you are lying, which I guarantee you are. GO AWAY.


It is actually called a reunion in my jurisdiction and each Scottish Rite Valley (or local group) has these on a fairly regular basis. You attend several of the mandatory degrees/plays and receive your 32nd degree in usually one day. Some may have you attend on a Saturday and Sunday but I have not seen this in my home state.



posted on Dec, 23 2009 @ 05:45 PM
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Originally posted by AugustusMasonicus
It is actually called a reunion in my jurisdiction and each Scottish Rite Valley (or local group) has these on a fairly regular basis. You attend several of the mandatory degrees/plays and receive your 32nd degree in usually one day. Some may have you attend on a Saturday and Sunday but I have not seen this in my home state.
Yeah, we try to do a few two-day reunions in my valley, usually starting Friday night and covering the 4th through 14th degree if we can (often not getting out until around 10pm), and then early the next morning for a solid 12-hour day to cover the rest. We'll also try to do one-day versions once or twice a year in some of the smaller nearby towns where it wouldn't be as convenient for their brethren to come into the city.



posted on Dec, 23 2009 @ 05:52 PM
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Ah, and thank you for clearing that up for me. I have heard from several of the lodge boys I'd known from my home town that there was, in no uncertain terms, some issue between S&B and the Masons. But it had to do with infringement on copyrights or something along those lines. I couldn't get exactly what they were referring to, but I got the gist that there was some kind of bad blood. Perhaps I misunderstood. I'd asked around though, and had gotten several similar answers to that effect, hence my point of view on that particular subject.



posted on Jul, 4 2011 @ 02:53 PM
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Well, that is great! If you are speaking of the truth, happy to meet ya. My great grand-father was a Freemason actually! And I always wondered what it is like in the Freemasons. Can you answer a few questions regarding to the Group?

I will start with one question,
What are the usual events that take place in the Freemasons?



posted on Jul, 4 2011 @ 02:54 PM
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Originally posted by UFOFreak2131
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Well, that is great! If you are speaking of the truth, happy to meet ya. My great grand-father was a Freemason actually! And I always wondered what it is like in the Freemasons. Can you answer a few questions regarding to the Group?

I will start with one question,
What are the usual events that take place in the Freemasons?
You're resurrecting an old thread, and asking a response of a member who hasn't logged in here in 9 months. Perhaps your question would be better asked in another thread.
edit on 2011.7.4 by JoshNorton because: (no reason given)



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