Originally posted by EvanJP
Now I just want to infiltrate the Freemasons, and see how deep I can get.
I'm only 21, probably a good time to start?
Not a good idea. You can probably get 'deep' in, but you can't get back 'out' again.
It's impossible to get 'deep' (or 'high' in hierarchy) in the Masonic system without losing yourself in such ways that you simply -have- to be
loyal to them for the rest of your life.
The thing that frustrates me about the whole thing is that the newbies and low in hierarchy don't know anything, except lies (they are treated well,
and they are shown the whole thing as something completely innocent and harmless, and this is what the beginners end up believing). And that's why
the newbie masons always whitewash masonry and their dark deeds - that's why they try to convince people that masons are somehow good and decent
people, the good guys of the world, etc.
And then when they finally rise up in 'degrees', and get to actually know something (I think above 22th degree or something along those lines), they
are in too deep to be able to ever tell any outsider the truth.
So they perpetuate the same lie - this time KNOWING they are lying, but they of course have no choice at that point.
That way we end up in a situation where from an outsider's point of view, it looks like all masons, regardless of their 'degree', are telling the
same (whitewashing) story about Freemasonry, but the difference is, the 'useful idiots' (the masses, the low in hierarchy) honestly think they are
telling the truth, and the higher in hierarchy know full well they are simply spouting lies and more lies (and some disinformation, perhaps as
So it looks like an united front, but the others are simply ignorant and stupid, while the others are cunning and deceitful.
How do they trap you so that you must stay loyal to them? Well, I do not know their exact methods, and most of my knowledge is mostly based on
intuitive processing of bits and pieces that I have picked up during my incarnation so far, but the point is they make you, for example, do something
so horrible (and probably embarrassing, too), that you could never reveal your deed to the rest of the world. That way they have a permanent hold on
you. Another method is very likely to be something like holding your 'loved ones' captives, symbolically - meaning, if you tell, something bad will
happen to them, etc.
I mean, who would really have the guts to oppose a ruthless, very powerful and rich cult organization, knowing full well what could happen to their
families and friends?
No, it can't be done. If you want in, and want to go deep, prepare to remain 'deep' for the rest of your life.
(There is the occult factor also, which probably affects it's members in more ways than one, and in esoteric ways as well, so that the effects can be
even more imaginative and horrible than even I can imagine - just by manipulating your chakras at will can create lots of powerful effects, but I
don't want to get into that right now)
Be very careful with your dealings with those people.. they are evil, and they make evil people out of originally good and decent folk. And it happens
exactly by them going 'in too deep'.
Of course if someone remains good and refuses their rituals and don't make 'oaths', they will probably expelled, but the main point is that they
will never be granted 'ascension' through the degrees.
The thing is, it starts so innocently, and it all looks so harmless and filled with smiling, seemingly good people with good intentions at first..
it's so hard to suspect anything in the beginning. Only when you have been indoctrinated enough, drawn too deep, made to give 'oaths' and so on,
will you ever be able to rise in 'degrees' and be able to find out what really goes on in the lodges, and what the freemasonry is really all
My question always remains: WHY would anyone join Freemasonry? Especially if they don't even know what they are all about? What's anyone's motive
to become or be a Freemason, if it's not power and money? What is the motive, tell me. What can you do as a Freemason (for the good of others, for
example), that you cannot do without being a Freemason?
This question still remains unanswered, while the wikipedia-like whitewashing goes on. It's sickening to watch all the Freemason-whitewashing and
buddy-buddy-"conversation" going on here in ATS and elsewhere.. it really turns my stomach.