reply to post by irishpackerfan68
I pity your arrogance. You claim to have this overwhelming amount of evidence via testimony and yet we've seen nothing, plus what you are not posting
is speculative hearsay. I mean I have first hand experience and my integrity is intact.
For freemason occultists you dont seem to know so much of your own society much less the definition
I know quite a bit, but I'm always learning and re-learning (as we all forget) information. Now, it may sound arrogant on my part, but I'm confident
that I know much more than you in regards to Freemasonry.
I know what the definition of "occult" is, but the way in which you used it was not entirely correct.
The Pope was not a Mason, Will Schnoebelen is a known liar and a proven hoax, and John Q. Adams was never a Mason. He was adamantly opposed to
Freemasonry. Albert Pike never speaks of Satanism in Freemasonry.
(If you're true masons you should know that the first 92 pages of your "holy bible" [even though its suppose to mock the concept of a bible.
I get it your humor sucks] contain his quotes yet he freely backhanded your society.)
The Holy Bible is not mocked in Lodge.
Never spoke against Freemasonry.
You realize your perpetuating only lies and ignorance, right?
I allready you know you people need to lie to keep a secret or else youll get you fingers cut off. (one of your blue lodge rituals)
Completely false. This is nowhere in the Blue Lodge ritual.
If this is the kind of information you're basing your opinion off of then you are
founded upon lies and false information.
If you think I'm lying or mistaken please tell me where in the Blue Lodge ritual this is used. What degree? Page number? Section? Where?
But why satan? Like why worship satan?
There is nothing in Freemasonry that suggests we worship Satan. Most misconceptions come from either strict ignorance or deceptive/sinister hatred of
Freemasonry; usually from a misquote of Albert Pike from his book "Morals & Dogma", but such accusations come from illogical arguments.
In the York Rite, the first two bodies are open to any faith, but the Chivalric Orders require one to be a follower of the Christian faith. The Order
of the Temple, the last of the Chivalric Orders, is one of the most reverent and most personal ceremonies one can through (IMO).
Why do masons feel like they need to be superior than everyone yet we are all here together.
Who says we do? I have never believed myself superior to any non-Mason purely out of my Masonic affiliation.
Like you people try to say freemasonry has nothing to do with satanism but if you google search freemasonry satanism.
Really? This is your smoking gun? Google? If you search those terms you're going to find garbage recycled again and again on thousands of sites.
It's not thousands of different sources, but one just cut-and-pasted ad infinitum
. A lie told thousands of times is still a lie just as the
false information held against Freemasonry is still false.
No offense meant, but your reasoning is wanting and somewhat childish (that is to say simplistic) in nature. Just because you find it on Google
doesn't mean it's true. I mean if you put in the right parameters you can find articles that state the moon is made out of cheese.
There literally thousands of valid threads with at least 20 books for any given topic.
Oh, I'm sure there are thousands of threads, but as to their validity, that's another story.
20 books?! Well, you've sure put us in our places.
Brotherhood doesnt mean anything when you have a prymiad sceme.
Well, that's not an accurate description of how Freemasonry is organized.
I could tell none of your probably past the crafts stage.
Ummmm...several of us are in the Scottish Rite and a few of us are in the York Rite, and then are some that are a part of other Masonic organizations.
I have 14 dues cards for the various Masonic organizations I belong to. Regardless though, the highest honor for me is when I served as Master of my
Lodge. I have presided over other bodies and currently preside over the Knights Templar in my town (well region as my Commandery covers a vast area of
This kind of an attack just shows how desperate your side is to discredit the truth and push your propaganda.
That you have no real power within masonry.
Me thinks you're projecting here. It's not about power nor do I use Freemasonry in some antiquating pursuit for power. I earn my place and where I
am I am content, but I will continue to try and better myself and if recognized then so be it. Only the weak seek power without earning it.
To be continued...