posted on Feb, 7 2012 @ 04:27 PM
Originally posted by no1smootha
This video is not taken from a Lodge at work as any Freemason here knows. How can I tell? No one present is wearing an apron and there is no Volume of
Sacred Law open on the altar. Not to mention that this is not what takes place in Anglo-American or Continental Freemasonic Symbolic Lodges or
Scottish Rite. Also, this isn't a Lodge room of my tradition because the altar is at the center of the room and among other significant differences.
I think the most likely explanation is that the Lodge was rented for this performance. Are there Freemasons present? Possibly...but this is not a
ritual, it is a performance.
edit on 7-2-2012 by no1smootha because: (no reason given)
You might be a Mason, but even so, you're wrong.
This happens at 90% of lodges.
And the rituals that happen at the others are ancient, outdated philosophy perpetuated in the form of symbolic screen-plays.
The Masons are nothing but a shallow, secretive religion - It's symbolism, while shocking to outsiders, is actually quite tame when compared to other
For example, a symbolic ritual in Christianity is the entire church devouring the flesh of their own god and washing it down with his blood.
The mysticism is masonry lies in the eyes of the beholder - And the fearful, feeble human mind is quick to attack that which it does not know.
The fear in masonry's rituals is the same as non-muslims fearing the fact that muslims pray several times a day, always due east. It isn't the fact
that anyone is doing something wrong that upsets people - it's the fact that they themselves cannot relate.
Accept it or not - The Modern Freemasons are a relatively powerless group of men, mostly old lechers, who often participate in events such as the one
the OP has found a video of.
The power of the Masons is only the power of their individual members - Such as a governor who happens to be a mason offering other Masons money or
vowing to change a law in exchange for votes.
Shallow in nature, the fraudulant practices of the modern mason are caveman-like behaviors in the guise of a suit and bowtie.