reply to post by KSigMason
My friend, when people start making statements like you misspelled a word, and hanging discrediting an entire story based on some notion, that only
the truth comes replete with correct spelling, that is the mother of all ruses.
Who would do that, except for someone desperate to have other people not listen and consider?
Therefore we have to ask, why the desperation.
These tactics employed against him, give him more credibility than less credibility.
I would be much more interested in the name of the lodge in Italy he claims to have visited than the lodge he belongs to here in the United States.
I have seen some other relatively, new, and less experienced Masons here on ATS question some things about the order, the man who was upset his lodge
brothers thought ill of his woman because she had tattoos, and his propensity to get into physical altercations in drinking establishments while
accompanied by fellow members comes to mind.
He was upset, at these things, but not upset enough to betray his oaths.
Now if you had more respect for the rest of us, you would know that, you have more or less just stated, that something in Vincent’s OP was a
betrayal of oath!
Even though he revealed little of any true substance, and it was a big enough betrayal of oath, to have you all worried what might come flowing out
So much for esoteric wisdom! This is why I wanted to keep all the legions in uniform and properly trained.
No, Caesar, it costs too much money Caesar, the Empire is going broke Caesar, and we have to economize Caesar!
Rotten no good bankers!
Anyway, we both know Vincent wouldn’t get this level and type of attention, unless there were concerns, so why pretend.
The link of the Knights Templar to the Masonic Movements is strong, and the link to the Knights Templar to Rome is Strong.
What we don’t really know, thanks to Vincent’s minders, is anything beyond this anecdotal and passé connection.