posted on Dec, 30 2009 @ 09:16 PM
Originally posted by xX aFTeRm4Th Xx
Just copy and paste it to a english to spanish translator, that might turn up some interesting results
English to Spanish translation:
Pero por t Str. Gp oa MM o L's P, que KNW, FTH jue se mts OT TRB L OT o JDH, TT nuestra BDS WL ars un BC una IPL sls una agria.
Well, I think you were just having a joke
EDIT: I see you updated your post, so it was not a joke and infact it was advice on how to make the cipher harder. Thanks
Though, the words I typed are the words that a Freemason should understand.
Originally posted by PoetofTime
I see. In that case, my apologies on making an assumption about your post.
I'm no mason (for now at least, I have had an offer though) but even I can tell what some of it means, like the three duties of masons (whatever
it's called, I'm speaking from vague memory, please forgive my ignorance). But just taking some letters out of the word doesn't conceal it too
much. Then again, I could be complely off, but there goes my assuming.
P.S. Matthew Dark: I'm digging the Sith Code dude. Yeah, I'm a star wars geek like that.
No need to apologize mate
I am not a Freemason either, I do a lot of research and investigation, and have good computer skills. There is no need to become a Freemason, in fact
there is no reason to become apart of anything. Be yourself, you can still know everything.
So far you are on the right track and your memory serves you well. I don't want to give away too much
That is all I can say, but you ARE on the
right track and nothing is what it seems.
Originally posted by network dude
to be a bit more specific, masonry discusses God and refers to him as The Grand Architect of the Universe, among other things. Since masonry is not
"brand specific" on religion, Jesus Christ is not mentioned in any blue lodge teachings.
You need to believe in GOD before you become a Mason yes.
He loves G
A picture is worth a thousand words:
Again, Nothing is what it seems
"'Whenever a Templar was received into the Order he denied Christ; he was forced to spit on a crucifix and often even to trample it underfoot' -
[edit on 30/12/2009 by the_denv]