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People use to be killed for violation of oaths. This is not made up, do a search on it and you will see what I am talking about.
Originally posted by Doomzilla
what concerns me about the masons responses on this thread is the masons agression . They are insulting him threatening him stalking him asking where he lives.
Is this what you would do if a mason broke his oath ?
This is disturbing ,
If i had done this would you send mason soldiers and police to my house , would you ask the mason judge and lawyer to turn a blind eye ?
Would you kill over this oath ?
I was told your rituals and oaths were not taken literally anymore .
This thread has suggested otherwise.
Originally posted by boondock-saint
reply to post by SirKnightE
well I was a lil taken back by this thread
for many reasons.
First, was the notion that maybe your brother told you this info
"On the Square". If that be the case, then you have betrayed
your friend's trust and confidant and not worthy to be called
a brother as you have broken your oath. If this info was NOT
shared on the square, then please disregard #1.
Second, you have already given more than enough info
about yourself to be found should the need ever arise for the
craft to do so. That should not be considered a threat by
me, just an acknowledgment of the facts presented.
Third, I would like to remind you of your oath once again
and it's implications. An oath cannot be rescinded even
if you leave the fraternity for any reason.
Fourth, IF this story is true (which I have doubts) then maybe
your loyalty has been tested and we see the results of
that test. A loyalty test is given to those whom have
aspirations of the 33Deg. It would seem that you may
have failed miserably in that regard.
Fifth, I do not think a 32Deg Mason would be privy to such
info as you are displaying in this thread. Which brings into
question your motives for doing so.
Sixth, no Masonic Organization that I am aware of allows
an 18 yr old to be initiated, passed or even raised. As it
is passed down by by-laws that the age requirement is 21
for a petition. Which also throws doubt onto your legitimacy.
So, even at it's finest point,
there are holes in this thread
which lead to red flags
so mote it be
edit on 2/10/2011 by boondock-saint because: (no reason given)