The thread title is accurate as anyone worshipping the historical Lucifer is not montheistic and would not be a candidate for Masonry.
Your opinion, but not one necessarily grounded in fact, but you are again hung up on the dogma of Jerome and fallen angels which speaks to your
understanding of the whole schema.
If you are actually a Mason you would know there is as someone in a clandestine lodge, as you claim to be a member of, would not be able to gain
admission to any lodge my Grand Lodge has amity with. This is a fact, not supposition.
No you have just been mislead about 'regular' Masonry. Conviently too you ignore that Enki is in fact a Luciferian Mason.
"It admits of little doubt, that in its inception the Grand Lodge of England was intended merely as a governing body for the Masons of the
Metropolis (London). The minutes of the Grand Lodge sufficiently attest to this ..." (SOURCE: Four Old Lodges by Robert Freke Gould, 1879)
"It is to be regretted that the records of the "Four Old Lodges" do not antedate those of the 'Grand Lodge', they brought into existence, as
fortunately happens in the case of the single lodge which blossomed into the 'Grand Lodge of all England, held at York,' " (SOURCE: The History of
Freemasonry, Vol. IV by Robert Freke Gould, 1884)
"No records of any of the "Four Old Lodges" have been made known of a date prior to the London Grand Lodge era ..." (SOURCE: Freemasonry in the Early
1600's and 1700's by W.J. Hug
han, Leicester, 25th January 1904)
"After the establishment of the Kilwinning (c. AD 1140) and York Lodges (AD 926) the jurisdiction and antiquity of the Grand Lodge of York over other
English Lodges has invariably been acknowledged by the whole Fraternity, the principles of Freemasonry rapidly spread throughout both Kingdoms and
several Lodges were erected in different parts of the island." (SOURCE: A Brief History of Lodge Mother Kilwinning No. 0, Grand Lodge of Scotland,
"the first Annual Assembly of the four London Lodges that came together on 24th June 1717 did not constitute in any sense a regulatory body." (SOURCE:
Jeremy Pemberton, President of the Board of General Purposes of the United Grand Lodge of England in his address to the Centenary Conference of the
Grand Lodge of Adelaide, 13 April 1984)
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