reply to post by Wonders
Your title is even an incorrect assertion.
The purpose of Freemasonry is to lure good people down an evil road. Little by little Freemasonry tries to corrupt good Christian men. The
group's nature is highly deceptive. Lower-level Freemasons are kept in the dark deliberately, lest they resign immediately.
Each of these points is completely incorrect and provides no evidence to support such things.
Please define for me what "Lower-level Freemasons" are?
...but these men are not told the true Satanic nature of the innermost esoteric group.
Then how do you know about it? As a non-member you are logically lower on the information pole than those fabled "lower level Freemason". Unless of
course you think yourself smarter or more clever than actual members then at that point we're not dealing rationally, but against blind arrogance and
Please name these innermost esoteric groups and some of their members.
Whereas talented and famous men feel honored to belong to such a prestigious group, it's all designed to deceive them into following
Incorrect and unsubstantiated.
It's really sad and tragic.
What's sad and tragic is that you are allowed to lie without being held accountable.
The lowest three degrees of Freemasonry are highly deceived, deliberately kept in the dark.
Back during the time of the founding of America, Adam Weishaupt felt that Freemasonry was the easiest way to get a good Christian man onto a
path to destruction.
According to who? What evidence do you have of this?
A large percentage of our founding fathers were Freemasons, but they weren't evil men. They were part of an evil system that they didn't
So you feel you know more about Freemasonry or that you are smarter than the Founders? LOL
Freemasonry was a corrupt skateboard readymade for his purposes.
The All Seeing Eye is sometimes considered the eye of god, that is, Lucifer.
It is a symbol of Divine Providence. It has been used by many different cultures and religions to include Christianity.
Masons make blood oaths.
No we don't. Blood oaths require one to spill blood at the time of the oath, this doesn't happen.
I don't have time for a 2+ hour video. I'm not wasting time I don't have to waste right now.
Let us hear Masonic author Manly P. Hall describe this two-dimensional organization of Freemasonry.
Of course you're taking what he wrote out of context as people like you normally do. You have this little amount of information, right or wrong, and
you make sensational accusations based usually on ignorance, fabrications, manipulations, and just good ol' plain lies; apparently lying isn't a sin
if it suits your agenda.
Pike also stated in Morals & Dogma that Freemasonry is NOT a religion. Technically if you have a strong grasp at what he is saying he does not say
Freemasonry is a religion, but uses "like" which means he is doing a comparison between Freemasonry and religions (ie they have some similar
characteristics, have similiar characteristics doesn't mean they are the same thing).
Pike does make mention of anti-Masons and other followers of ignorance when he stated from your selected quote: "uses false explanations and
misinterpretations of its symbols to mislead those who deserve only to be mislead"
If a man were known to revere Jesus Christ in the beginning of his membership within Masonry, he would be immediately shunted into the visible
society, and would never, ever learn the truth.
Incorrect. There are many invitational, honorary groups that are extremely Christian and there is nothing in Freemasonry that is against the Christian
faith. Your version of Christianity is one without love, hope, tolerance, and compassion which you replaced the Savior with your new Trinity of Fear,
Superstition, and Hatred.
More twisting of Pike's words using the anti-Masons good ol' "cut-and-paste" job without any real grasp as to what he intended.
The fact is, Pike IS Freemasonry today.
First off, may Bro. Kleinknecht Rest in Peace. Second, there is much more to Freemasonry than Pike (celebrated as he is) and the Scottish Rite. You
anti-Masons have tunnel vision and a hard-on for the Scottish Rite without any focus on the older more restrictive bodies in Freemasonry.
To be continued...