reply to post by network dude
I forgot about this thread.
Edited you say? I'm not going to lie, I'm an edit whore, my post count will verify, typos and everything else in between, but come on...
Never once did I say in this thread that I was a Freemason. I clearly stated that my close friends are Freemasons and how they became Mason's was
relevant to this thread. I get your a Freemason and that you're really protective of the order, especially from ignorant non Mason's on a conspiracy
site, and because you're a Mason you clearly know more about Freemasons than me and the other non Freemasons. In that respect, you clearly win.
Oh joy, an edit! I did some back reading and I see where it all went wrong. You are responding to a post that I was responding too, a post whose
poster is a mason, who I didn't know was a mason, and you got upset because you viewed as a non mason telling a mason about mason things.
Here's my post and I stand by what I said, what mattered to you was that I was telling it to a mason, so to you it almost appears as if I am talking
down to him, right? It wasn't until I noticed his avatar was masonic like & that I realized he's probably a mason.
Either way, whatever your point is, I wanted to bring that up. Not all Masons that join the club aspire to educate themselves in the ways of the
Masons through study. My best friend, & his brother, who both became Mason's are the type that rarely go to meetings and definitely don't study
Freemasonry, while their Uncle was the complete opposite.
Btw, there is no such thing as a high level mason? I mean, there are levels, right? I'm sure you guys don't address others as high level masons or
view each other differently because of said levels, but you can understand how us non masons would, right? Anyway, my friends father is a 33 degree,
last I asked, and to me that's high level. Now do I think 33 degree masons are some elite group or something? No, but I do recognize to get to the
next degree you have to work for it, and my 3 friends aren't working for it but their uncle/father is.
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