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Originally posted by Avardan
I've seen Mason rings before, but was not aware there were distinct rings for certain degrees...you sure about 33rd degree "ring"? If so, can you please post a pic of one?
Originally posted by H1ght3chHippie
Okay so let's see if I got that one straight:
Ex Congressman walks into Walmart, OP sells him a TV and because he sold it so well Congressman invites OP to dinner and upon being asked about 9/11 he invites OP into his private home, and starts spilling the beans on every single conspiracy the US has ever speculated about.
BS. I don't buy a single word.
There's not a single reason in the whole world why someone with this kind of insider knowledge would risk his life by spilling everything to a complete stranger, who could be an "asset" for all we know.
Originally posted by iclark97
Originally posted by whyamIhere
I was a Best Buy employee selling TV's when I say hi to man, not knowing at all who he was but did notice his 33rd degree free masonry scottish rite ring, Which wasn't a huge deal because there was a Free Mason Temple located 10 minutes away,but being a conspiracy theorist i'm always interested in things like that So i proceed with building rapport with him and then a co worker had told me " your selling a TV to a ex congressman ".
A) Your selling him a TV and you notice his ring?
B) How do you even identify a "33rd degree free masonry scottish rite ring"?
C) Why would he tell State secrets to the Best Buy guy?
D) That might be the longest sentence I have ever read.
E) In the future, never try to hoax the largest collection of skeptics on the planet.
A) One thing in sales you learn is to find common ground with the customer, sport teams hat maybe a vacation shirt, in this instance a ring.
B) Easy to identify, like ive said multiple times, its common in my area to see them, so i said your a free mason huh? thats cool stuff. source for different rings . www.jemsbyjem.com... ( These rings are just examples, but they share common looks with actual scottish rite rings that i have seen )
C) I have a Bachelors degree in Early Euorpean History, Astronomy and Anthropology, im not just some Best Buy guy it was a short term thing for extra cash for a few months
E) Not a Hoax, just a story, it may have all been true it may have all been false, he may have a better source then all of us or it could just be what he thinks,
Any other questions?
edit on 21-11-2012 by iclark97 because: no reason