Originally posted by Decretal
My dear Bro. Alex,
I am Bro. Daniel Brown of St. Andrew's Lodge #198, if you wish to know my Council and Commandery you may U2U me. I thank you for your prudence in
Well, Sir, could you tell me what Grand Lodge you're referring to? I'm a bit surprised that, as a Freemason, you would believe "St. Andrew's
Lodge #198" would be specific enough for me to find the Lodge. Maybe you could at least say what country that is?
My dear Leveller,
I can assure you I am NOT MrNecros, and you comment contradicts previous posts you have made. You say that I definitely read like MrNecros as I
have the same arrogant ignorance, yet you don't know what JAH BU LON is? Try taking the Royal Arch degrees, or perhaps Alex can tell you – He is
obviously a member of a York Rite Chapter. So all in all; in the words of Leveller I say to you this:
I have to warn you, Mr. Brown, you're being fairly unctious with the "my dear so-and-sos. I'm sure your intent is good, but you wind up sounding
As for the three words you quoted above, you're close, but no cigar. Which is to say, you've misspelled them. Now, here's my problem. If you are
in "Council and Commandery," as you implied above, you'd know that in order to be in either, you must first be a RAM. And the words above are
dealt with in the RAM degree. So the fact that you don't know how to properly spell the words is also very suggestive to me that you are, in fact,
not a Mason.
As for the words being a "name" of God, no, this is not so. This is a common misinterpretation, but that is not what they signify. I do not wish
to speak any further on their meaning.
Mr. or Brother Brown, simply writing "Bro. Daniel Brown" at the end of your messages does not serve to prove you are a Mason. The fact that you
have an obvious dislike of www.masonicinfo.com, when I have never met a single
other Mason who shares your opinion suggests to me that you may
not be a Mason. The fact that you do not know how to spell a word central to the RAM degree yet claim to have the KT degree is also suggestive. The
fact that you placed a Lodge name and number without indicating under which Grand Register it was recorded is also suggestive. The fact that you
implied in an earlier message that there was something Masonry needs to hide because, apparently, it is more sinister than the "Girl Scouts," is
suggestive. The fact that in a message on a different thread, you claimed to be a "member and Fratre" in several Orders, "both dark and light" is
suggestive. Thus you can see whence my doubts arise. If my doubts are misfounded, then I hope you will accept my apologies... but the only way to
see they are misfounded is if you present sufficient evidence of your membership here.