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Anyway, I have done a fair amount of research over the last 5 or so years about Freemasonry as I'm interested in secret societies and the occult, purely on an intriguing level
or am I paranoid?
why do people (from their point of view) often have such a twisted view on the Masons,
are their any professions where being a Freemason is a conflict of interest, why is it such a benefit to be one... this sort of thing, it'd be good to get it from the horses mouth whilst in his stable as it were.
They stole the books and created a new head quarters in Pennsylvania after that.
reply to post by LosPollos
Ask about the granted rights of a Master Mason.
Then ask why several of those rights are not considered to be grandiose multi-national collusion of the most secretive kind.
Then ask why the entrances to the priests' chambers of a Masonic Temple have historically been incredibly "trapdoor" or "false wall"-esque. I can assure you that you will not be given an accurate floorplan of the lodge, but see if you will be shown into some of the less overt rooms--you will not soon forget an experience like that.
I am sure they will be relieved to finally find the Cornerstone they rejected. I believe they are the builders if I am not mistaken.
How many members?
How many masters?
How many have come and gone?
Do you keep a record of those who joined and left?
If masons were to be banned or illegal all around the world what would you do instead?