posted on Aug, 26 2010 @ 03:29 PM
Well I am tired of reading people bashing an org they have no idea about, but they sure like to rant and insinuate that they are luciferian by design
and so forth which is just nonsense and something that was learned from non sense or some website of a angry individual that has nothing else better
to do that not worry about himself, people tend to dwell on things and you knwo when you dwell on anything it will either become an obssesion or a
depression, there are som many websites with people opinons that have no creditabilty whatsoever to their outlandish claims, if your going to try and
slander something or someone or a organisation at least have proof.
I myself am not a Mason but my Godfather is one, he is a kind man with agreat family, he does not work for any sisnter company other than his own
window business, he doesnt worhsip satan in his spare time in secret he does however attend logde meeting 2 times a month and helps out the community
and offer charities for the needy with his lodge brothers.
So my question here is for the Masons that frequent these boards and the question is this...
"what made you want to join" ?
I want to join and the reason is I enjoy helping people and I also would like to learn more about me as a person and I am quite sure many of their
teachings help oneself find oneself in a certain sense, it also opens up another part of your brain that has never been used very often am by this I
mean the mock ceremonies and ritual magick practiced in some rites, so yeah if you don't mind posting why you joined and what you have learned so far
that isnt a big secret please elborate so some of these ranters can get with reality.
On a side note if you go back to my first posts I must say I thought the same thing most peopel do about Masons which in time I have "learned" to be
false and dis info I would also like to thank, Masonic Light, TrinityMan and EdenKaia thanks for helping me learn what is right and what is wrong with
the way I ranted garbage, much appreciated!