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Freemasons await the coming of their master, the holy one!

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posted on Mar, 15 2012 @ 04:27 PM
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It is necessary to have agenda when the way of life is perpetually threatened by non conformists.
Then there are those who repeatedly ruin such rights and privileges as we have come to know.
Now... Freemason as a conspiritor is not uncommon. Why?
Because there is always the intiative of the initiator... He/She schemes and Freemason thwarts!




posted on Mar, 15 2012 @ 04:29 PM
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Thank you for answering. When you found out, what did you do? Did you ask anyone about it or secetly observe? What was your conclusion? How did you reach your conclusion?

Sorry for all the questions but for years I've been asking masons I know about all types of suff and the answers are always vague or a wicked smile (although I enjoyed the smiles very much, very sexy and mysterious). Nice to get flat out real answers.

Also sorry to the OP, I am totally not trying to hijack your thread but the opportunity presented itself and I couldn't resist.



posted on Mar, 15 2012 @ 04:33 PM
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It does sound convoluted, which is exactly how my thoughts feel sometimes, okay oftentimes


Thanks for answering. I think it's fascinating to hear how people reach certain conclusions. Exspecially those I find interesting.



posted on Mar, 15 2012 @ 04:40 PM
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Did you know that while you're being a fraternal enthusiast... there are those who willingly carry out the great work.
They're reward... One night in Hiram Abif!



posted on Mar, 15 2012 @ 04:49 PM
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Originally posted by DivineFem
Thank you for answering. When you found out, what did you do? Did you ask anyone about it or secetly observe? What was your conclusion? How did you reach your conclusion?


To be honest I found out when I came to this site. I had Googled searched a topic on physics and Above Top Secret was near the top of the results. I cruised the site for awhile and was at first purturbed but this give way to mild amusement. I had no reason to observe, I had already been a Mason for some time and had spoken or dealt with Masons on both the Lodge and Grand Lodge levels and had seen nothing correlating to the alleged activities I read here.



posted on Mar, 15 2012 @ 04:55 PM
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I can't tell you enough how appreciative I am that you took the time to even answer my question. You guys must get sick of feeling the need to defend your organization, I feel the same way about being a military retiree. Sometimes people sure can make you feel like you're part of a evil alliance.

Again, thanks.



posted on Mar, 15 2012 @ 05:10 PM
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Isn't it fair to think that when ever a man becomes a mason... that the master masons have just found the coming of the holy one????



posted on Mar, 15 2012 @ 05:15 PM
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Like no1smootha, I read Robert Anton Wilson's "Illuminatus! Trilogy" around 1988 or so (when it came back into print). Enjoyed the joke immensely, and it lead me to the Steve Jackson game, which happened to include a bibliography. So I tracked down all the books I could find on the conspiracy angle — from Nesta Webster to Arkon Darul to Robinson to Edith Starr Miller to "Holy Blood Holy Grail" etc… So I actually knew the conspiracy side of things for more than a decade before I decided to become a Mason myself.

One of my best friends in high school had been a DeMolay, and when he went off to college he became a Mason. When we both moved back to town I ended up joining the lodge he had found here.

For the most part, I laugh at the conspiracy theories, particularly now that I'm actually studying the actual Masonic rituals and not the ones made up in fake exposés. So when people here say "Albert Pike wrote this—" or "But in the 33° initiation they do that—" I can just open up a PDF, look it up and call their bull$#!+.



posted on Mar, 15 2012 @ 05:25 PM
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I actually was into conspiracy stuff for years and found this site. I also had some friends who were masons and they would always drop hints to me but I was not interested. Once I saw all the baby eating, satan worshiping garbage, I just had to find out for sure. Now that I did that, I am sad that I didn't do it much sooner in life. But I very much enjoy it and have found nothing at all that remotely resembles the anti masonry side of things. I have learned a lot about masonry because of them. That is why I enjoy these conversations so much. I learn things I didn't know I wanted to learn until they popped up. Please let us know if you have any other questions.



posted on Mar, 15 2012 @ 05:27 PM
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Thanks for the reply. Again, another interesting story of what brought you to this point. I feel like a reporter who just got her scoop



posted on Mar, 15 2012 @ 05:30 PM
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Originally posted by network dude
Now that I did that, I am sad that I didn't do it much sooner in life.
See, I'm of a differing opinion on that one—I don't actually think I would have appreciated Masonry if I'd joined when I was younger. I joined after I'd sewn my wild oats and grown up some. Becoming a Mason after I'd already settled down and started a family, I was able to take the lessons taught and apply them to being a better husband and a better father (or at least that's my hope! It's the kind of thing that requires constant effort and energy to achieve…)

Perhaps I would have gotten something out of the symbols when I was in my 20s, but I don't think I would have been serious enough about it to put in the work necessary to really get it.



posted on Mar, 15 2012 @ 05:33 PM
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Thanks for replying. I'm the type of person who loves information for information's sake, you know. No agenda, just trying to remain openminded in a very clouded world. Never know when info will come in handy.

Thanks to you and your brethren. In future, would I be able to tap into you guys for info? Feel free to say no and know that I would still walk away feeling no regrets.



posted on Mar, 15 2012 @ 05:40 PM
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Originally posted by DivineFem
Thanks to you and your brethren. In future, would I be able to tap into you guys for info? Feel free to say no and know that I would still walk away feeling no regrets.
We're usually around.
(much to the bane of many of the Anti-Masons here… we always hear complaints about us "ganging up" on some poor anti-Mason, but the truth is, we enjoy our virtual company; like teasing each other from time to time; and will chime in on almost any topic in the Secret Societies forum. It's a place to hang out... And that tends to piss off people who don't read this section of ATS often and seem surprised when the same 6 or 7 Masons show up in their thread all of the sudden.)



posted on Mar, 15 2012 @ 05:41 PM
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Originally posted by DivineFem
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Thanks for replying. I'm the type of person who loves information for information's sake, you know. No agenda, just trying to remain openminded in a very clouded world. Never know when info will come in handy.

Thanks to you and your brethren. In future, would I be able to tap into you guys for info? Feel free to say no and know that I would still walk away feeling no regrets.


Not only us, but I'm sure you could tap into any Mason you might meet. We are always eager to talk about Masonry. You can also contact the Grand Lodge of any state, just google "Grand Lodge of" and your state. I'm sure just about every Grand Lodge has a communications department, and they usually have great websites with real information instead of conspiracy information. You could also reach out to the Order of the Easter Star (OES) in your area. They accept women and men equally as members and they are very closely related to Masonry.



posted on Mar, 15 2012 @ 05:54 PM
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A website of info with links to books or PDFs is just so, idk impersonal you know? The thing I enjoy about this website is the feel of actually "talking" to another living, breathing, feeling individual. Person to person, or as close as you can get through a computer


ignore me, I'm weird



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