Originally posted by Schrödinger
I am also curious as to why he is expelled so fast....
Either the decision was made in haste (and was an emotional decision)
Or they where prepared for it, if you read his manifest, it would suggest that this was all planned to the smallest detail, the media exposure, no
friends or family speaking his anti Islamic and anti Marxist point of view, his mason brothers all making the knee jerk reaction of expelling him.
And he hasn't been convicted of anything, even though he confessed...
He is expelled because the image of the fraternity is at stake. They can't do anything to him. He is a "Master Mason" . Once a mason, always a
mason. They cannot "demote" him, and remove his 3rd degree. They've already "Entered him", "Passed Him", and "Raised Him". He made it through
all their tests and rigors. All they can do is exclude him from their meetings. They still have to recognize him as a MM and protect him. Since the
masons all swear an oath to protect each other, regardless. He has broken no oath, he has kept his silence. He has sacrificed himself, and sacrificed
his own honor, for a cause he believes in. For now, he is not only excluded from Lodge meetings, but excluded from society at large as well. Whatever
those within Freemasonry may think of him, most people outside that order, in the general public at large, think this guy is mad.
But, the important thing, is that he doesn't think that he himself is crazy. And he is trying to "communicate something" to people he thinks will
understand. And those inside the order do not think he is crazy either, otherwise they would enable a public trial to let the people see for
themselves that the guy was just insane. Instead they isolate him, and will keep him that way. They symbolically, cut out his tongue--i.e. will not
let him speak to the public--etc..That's the power he is up against. And "that power" is the reason he undertook this whole scenario:
e.g.: I quote:
"Anders Behring Breivik picked 7/22, this is PI (or PI inverted). He wanted people to know he was a Freemason; The highest Freemason, in fact, a
"Master Mason" (the other higher degrees above 3rd are considered trivial extensions of the 3rd--there are really only 3 degrees). But, his public
act was contrary to what the Freemasons "publically declare" of themselves. Yet, what Freemasons do behind the scenes is secret, and no Freemason
can reveal it--"by speech." Was Breivik "trying to reveal" the truth about Freemasonry in some way, by his act, while keeping to the oath of
silence? His act was "evil", yet Freemasonry claims "to make good men better". What would cause a "good man" to do such an "evil deed"?
Why did he post a picture of himself in Freemason garb, to deliberately and "obviously" link the "evil deed" to the "Freemason institution"? He
must have known it would "reflect badly" on the institution of Freemasonry. Why did he want to do that? He deliberately drew unwanted negative
attention to an institution that prides itself on charity and other public good deeds. Something else is going on here. Forget the manifesto. I looked
through it. It's pure junk. The real message is some good guy wanted to expose some bad men who were so powerful that he could find no other way to
do it himself but by this contrived act of evil. Now we are forced to think. If one bad apple was found in the bunch, maybe all the apples in there
PI is a circle, going around a circle "repeats", again and again, the circle represents "many of us", i.e. there are many "similar" apples in
the bunch. Whay did Breivik want to tell the world that? Was he a really good man, who stumbled on real evil, and decided a lesser evil was the only
way to draw attention to the greater evil?"
You see, Freemasonry teaches by "symbols". And each man's imagination interprets those symbols according to his own mind and the influence of his
associates. Each Lodge is different, in that the members of the lodge select who will be their brothers, and it only takes one brother to blackball a
candidate for him to be excluded. So, all must be of like mind, in order that there be harmony within the group. What it means to be of like mind
differs from lodge to lodge. This is why some lodges are racist, while Freemasonry itself is not. It is just that Freemasony is an "exclusive club"
where the current members determine and decide the exclusion. Breivik was within an exclusive club, where all inside accepted him. He was not
blackballed. But, he also could not know what he was getting himself into, until he reached the MM degree. Once he'd reached the MM degree, he
decided on the plot. A clever devise to do what he thinks is right, while not breaking any of the oaths of the order.
His own words "gruesome, but necessary".