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Originally posted by network dude
since bandwidth is apparently not a problem, I would like to ask you Lucifer, to please point to any part of the above posts that are true, or even relevant to this discussion.
You think you can assume what God thinks?
You don't even believe in God.
A bit ironic is it not? You have no idea what masons do, yet you assume to know. You bring up hazing in college fraternities. Who cares? that is so far off topic it's humorous.
1. French Revolution:
Today Freemasonry openly acknowledges the French Revolution as its work. In the chamber of Deputies during the session on July 1, 1904 the Marquis de Rosanbo stated:
o "Freemasonry has worked in a hidden but constant manner to prepare the revolution... We are then in complete agreement on the point that freemasonry was the only author of the revolution, and the applause which I receive from the Left, and to which I am little accustomed, proves, gentlemen, that you acknowledge with me that it was masonry which made the French revolution."
The Freemasons through their relationship with the Knights Templar, retained strong ties and allegiance to Rome, even while pretending to opposed to it, as did the Rosicrucian Order.
The Masons along with the Rosicrucian Order would conspire to set up a government, and a shadow government through their networks of Lodges and Temples, that would be aligned with Rome and it’s ownership of the lands, and keep the Christians who existed more or less as unwitting soldiers and slaves to Rome from gaining control over the land, even while they were given the illusion that they had control of the land, and freedom from Rome, and freedom in general.
Bacon outlined a strategy for the Masons and Rosicrucians who reported to him and were under his control of building the 13 Colonies, into a reconstituted Caesar’s 13th Legion that along with Rome and London would bring about a new Atlantis and Golden Age and a One World Government.
The Freemasons would take control and charge of running the revolution, that would be financed in part by the House of Dan through the Bank of London, and the French Monarch, who contested the English Kings claim to France from the days of William of William the Conqueror and the Frankish Carolingian King that had granted those lands, that the Bourbon Kings of France no longer recognized. All Roads Lead To Rome Thread.
Originally posted by vinay86
Delusional disorder, previously called paranoid disorder, is a type of serious mental illness called a "psychosis" in which a person cannot tell what is real from what is imagined. The main feature of this disorder is the presence of delusions, which are unshakable beliefs in something untrue. People with delusional disorder experience non-bizarre delusions, which involve situations that could occur in real life, such as being followed, poisoned, deceived, conspired against, or loved from a distance. These delusions usually involve the misinterpretation of perceptions or experiences. In reality, however, the situations are either not true at all or highly exaggerated. source
You didn't even read anything, and you made this one liner. Mods should ban you.
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1. Did the freemasons cause the French Revolution of 1789?
French freemasons of the 18th century were, in the main, aristocrats, priests, military officers or bourgeoisie. They were not in sympathy with radical social change. A growing belief that a ruler governed by right of the people and not by right of God provided a backdrop for much of the French Revolution. Whatever the actions of individual freemasons, Freemasonry as a whole was indifferent to politics.
"Not only did Freemasonry have no part in instigating the movement but it was one of the principal sufferers... and the majority of Paris Masters lost their lives." Before the Revolution the Grand Orient of France had 67 lodges in Paris and 463 in the Provinces, Colonies and Foreign Countries; the Grand Lodge had 88 in Paris and 43 outside. During the Revolution period only two or three of the Paris lodges kept open.1
There were too many people, too many ideas, too many events, too many grievances, to ascribe the actions of the French Revolution to any one source. In general, those who "blame" Freemasonry for causing the French Revolution are more interested in blaming Freemasonry for the bloody Terror, than in crediting Freemasonry for creating a system of representational democracy. The French Revolution was a complex process in which freemasons played a role, but to assign Freemasonry, as a body, a controlling role in the Revolution displays a simplistic and unrealistic view of the history of the period.
It is believed that Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821) was initiated into Army Philadelphe Lodge in 1798. His brothers, Joseph, Lucian, Louis and Jerome, were also freemasons. Five of the six members of Napoleon’s Grand Councel of the Empire were freemasons, as were six of the nine Imperial Officers and 22 of the 30 Marshals of France.
French General of the Revolutionary Army, Jean Victor Moreau (1763-1813) was one time Master of Loge Parfaite Union in Rennes, France. He headed the Republican and Royalist conspiracy against Napoleon.2
1. Henry Wilson Coil, Coil’s Masonic Encyclopedia. Richmond, Virginia : Macoy Publishing. 1995. p. 274.
2. William R. Denslow, 10,000 Famous freemasons. Independence, Missouri : Missouri Lodge of Research, 1957.
Now, I'd be curious to know your sources on Mazzini. The book 10,000 Famous Freemasons lists him, but it is commonly believed that the author of that book actually confused Giuseppe Mazzini for Giuseppe Garibaldi. I've seen essays on the GOI website that indicate there's no evidence that Mazzini ever actually joined.
Originally posted by KSigMason
2. Mazzini and Garibaldi were members of the GOI, but I have not record of the other two.
Originally posted by vinay86
I didn't knew, Freemasons use actual human skull and bones in their rituals, at 9:22 in the following video the host shows a real human skull and bones, I wonder how Freemasons procured human remains, It is illegal to possess any such human remains, only for research purposes such human remains can be kept.
In short, there is no law at the U.S. Federal level prohibiting you from having a human bone in your possession. The fact that some people believe there is or believe there should be such a law is irrelevant.
I think these bones might have came from, their own members, who were a threat to them.
...prior to 1987, the majority of human bones for sale here and in other countries were prepared in India.
He says, It is used to teach mortality, is such a thing even needed to be taught.
Why Freemasons don't want to, declare their masonic status in public records.
Guiseppi Mazzini was the individual that Albert Pike corresponded with in his letters on Three World Wars that would unite the world under a Luciferian Dictatorship. Like Pike, Mazzini was Illuminati and held the rank of 33 degree Mason. He is also the founder of the MAFIA, which is named after him. (Source) Law Enforcement has known about the relationship between Freemasonry, and La Cosa Nostra ("Our Thing") for quite some time.
"The committee feels that the link between Cosa Nostra and institutions is mostly through the "Massoneria" (freemasonry):
The fundamental terrain on which the link between Cosa Nostra with public officials and private professions was created and reinforced is the Massoneria. The Massoneria bond serves to keep the relationship continuous and organic. The admission of members of Cosa Nostra, even at high levels, in Massoneria is not an occassional or episodical one, but a strategic choice. The oath of allegence to Cosa Nostra remains the pivot point around which "uomini d'onore" (men of honor) are prominently held. But the Massoneria associations offer the mafia a formidible instrument to extend their own power, to obtain favors and privileges in every field: both for the conclusion of big business and "fixing trials", as many collaborators with justice have revealed." (Ibid)
Mazzini was born in France and his father was a "Jacobin" (Freemason-Illuminati group that caused the French Revolution). Like his father, who was also a University Professor, Mazzini gravitated towards Secret Societies.
Originally posted by xuenchen
Mazzini was also the founder of the Italian Mafia!