Right, Theron. It's that easy.
My last address on this matter:
1.) I don't care about debate. I didn't post my challenge for it to be "debated." There is nothing debate-worthy about it. I made a
suggestion, that's all.
2.) I ask nothing more than this: anti-masons, please meet masons in person or join a lodge in order to complete you research, and as the accusers,
fulfill your burden of proof. Sounds fair to me . . .
3.) I can't imagine WHY you would not do #2. Why engage in attempting to refute Masonry when you have not met Masons in person (crucial for getting
to know someone), or joined a lodge? If you have done none of that, then with all due respect, what the hell are you all blabbing about? LOL, you
haven't even experienced it for yourself. Books, internet message boards, hearsay, does NOT count as experience. In order to lose your virginity,
you need to f**k, not masturbate. Right ?
4.) It's easy to do #2. Theron gave you ideas. So did I.
I don't need proof that you talked to a Mason or joined a lodge. I really don't care, to be honest. You're doing it for yourself, not me. I just
pointed out that you're all conducting "research" without actually experiencing or seeing any of it. LOL, that's highly amateurish, especially
when the opportunity is there. Unless of course it scars the living crap out of you. In that case . . .well, carry on. And yes, it DOES involve
getting off your MountainDew-filled asses, getting in the car or on the bus, and getting into the thick of things. The search for the "truth"
involves hard work, sometimes.
When the chance for real field research exists, you CANNOT rely on theory, hearsay, or your particular, brilliant interpetation of Albert Pike, Manly
Hall, or anyone else. Turn off the internet, already. If any of you have ever set foot in a University, you'll know this.
Besides, talking to a Mason won't kill you, t won't even hurt you. It's that simple, folks.
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