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Originally posted by network dude
Originally posted by ThreeThreeThree
Originally posted by fordrew
reply to post by ThreeThreeThree
So you are saying they are masonic hand gestures but they don't exist in the average lodge?
That would make them non-masonic aka no relation to freemasonry. :super-facepalm:edit on 19-2-2011 by fordrew because: (no reason given)
No, I am not saying that are Masonic Hand gestures. This pre-dates Masonry. Its is proven and factual that it is in Masonic art. That is not the same as "they are masonic hand gestures".
Heres what I am saying.
It is a symbolic/sign language that has been used in religious and other art work for over 500 years. This has been studied and is documented.
This is before Masonry ever existed.
Its universal. Its not specific to any group.
but....isn't that what we have been saying since the start of the thread? this sign has nothing to do with masonry. It may have everything to do with the secret order of the charred piglet, but not masonry.
Originally posted by Skyfloating
He`s possibly doing some kind of sign, W perhaps. But why does everyone assume its something bad to do a handsign? Why does every little fart cause outrage and paranoia? I dont get it.