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jakebrake
07-03-2011, 19:14
i'm sure this won't win me many friends, but, what the heck?

okay, what is your favorite ridiculous rumor regarding us? i think i
ve heard all of them at this point. i know mine, but i want to see what everyone else has heard.

Badger1911
07-04-2011, 14:03
That perspective members ride goats during their initiation ceremony.

jakebrake
07-05-2011, 14:38
That perspective members ride goats during their initiation ceremony.

:rofl::rofl::rofl:i hadn't heard that one!!!!:rofl::rofl::rofl:

i was chuckling over the "devil worship thing".

goats?

deputy tom
07-05-2011, 15:52
That perspective members ride goats during their initiation ceremony.

That's silly.EVERYONE knows that happens in the Third! :rofl:


My favorite is that we are a secret society that is going to take over the world.tom.

Badger1911
07-05-2011, 15:55
My favorite is that we are a secret society that is going to take over the world.tom.


Sssshhhh Tom....don't tell!! (By the way, I still want Ireland, a portion of Germany, and a summer place on Ibiza!) :tongueout::rofl::rofl::rofl:

jakebrake
07-05-2011, 15:56
My favorite is that we are a secret society that is going to take over the world.tom.

that one i had heard. there is a website that goes into explicit detail about our "cultish" activities.

the "new world order" thing is laughable.

deputy tom
07-05-2011, 16:04
that one i had heard. there is a website that goes into explicit detail about our "cultish" activities.

the "new world order" thing is laughable.

Back in the old days it was just the old fuss-budgets that spread those rumors.Now we have the Interwebz to deal with.Oh,well.What someone that has no clue as to our private matters immagines can set off lots of stories.tom.:dunno:

jakebrake
07-05-2011, 16:11
Back in the old days it was just the old fuss-budgets that spread those rumors.Now we have the Interwebz to deal with.Oh,well.What someone that has no clue as to our private matters immagines can set off lots of stories.tom.:dunno:

a sad truth, my friend. there are groups who are subversive and downright evil. we just aren't one of them. the men of my lodge are top notch. young and old.

i knew many a mason before i joined. police officers, veterans, iron workers, doctors. all walks of life. every last one i would trust with my life.

i was given a brochure when i first joined. my wife and daughter were welcome to read it, and see exactly what i was doing. considering the masonic village is a place my wife sang at in high school choir, she kind of figured it was safe.

deputy tom
07-05-2011, 16:20
a sad truth, my friend. there are groups who are subversive and downright evil. we just aren't one of them. the men of my lodge are top notch. young and old.

i knew many a mason before i joined. police officers, veterans, iron workers, doctors. all walks of life. every last one i would trust with my life.

i was given a brochure when i first joined. my wife and daughter were welcome to read it, and see exactly what i was doing. considering the masonic village is a place my wife sang at in high school choir, she kind of figured it was safe.

All true. I'm a fifth generation Mason.Fourth here in the States and one back in Scotland.Growing up the men my Dad was associated with at Church and everyday events were Masons as well.These men I looked up to as a child and within a year or so of meeting the age for membership I petitioned and then was accepted.Within four years of hard work in the chairs I was elected the WM.Lots of those old faces including my Dad and good old Uncle Frank were present at my first meeting.What a great feeling.tom.

jakebrake
07-05-2011, 16:26
and you should be proud. w.m. is a very high honor i someday hope to achieve.

my mentor is well ontrack to become. w.m. our lodge's biggest issue seems to be membership. as seems to be the issue of just about every civic organization.

deputy tom
07-05-2011, 17:43
and you should be proud. w.m. is a very high honor i someday hope to achieve.

my mentor is well ontrack to become. w.m. our lodge's biggest issue seems to be membership. as seems to be the issue of just about every civic organization.

Being a PM is my highest honor.I'm involved in Scottish Rite as well as the Shrine but my Blue Lodge is my home.We merged last fall due to low membership and it has been a good thing for both Lodges involved.tom.:cool:

Batesmotel
07-18-2011, 18:51
That we rule the world and anyone who has ever held a position of power is one of us. If there is no evidence of them ever being a member, that just proves we keep secrets very well.

We are sitting on untold billions of treasure looted from every war we financed.

In Utah it gets real good. Mormons and Masons are both tools of Satan. Being a Mormon and Mason in Utah I get some strange vibes from people. Funny how many anti Mason websites also link to anti Mormon sites.

Chuck66
07-19-2011, 20:18
We've been accused of being in with the Klan around here, and also that we drink and watch pornos during our meetings.:upeyes:

jakebrake
07-20-2011, 16:08
We've been accused of being in with the Klan around here, and also that we drink and watch pornos during our meetings.:upeyes:

your membership must be through the roof!

jakebrake
07-20-2011, 16:09
In Utah it gets real good. Mormons and Masons are both tools of Satan. Being a Mormon and Mason in Utah I get some strange vibes from people. Funny how many anti Mason websites also link to anti Mormon sites.

funny how people mock what they don't understand.

Chuck66
07-20-2011, 18:59
your membership must be through the roof!

It is active. :supergrin: Maybe it's true what they say...there's no such thing as bad publicity. :rofl:

jtull7
07-20-2011, 20:02
http://i158.photobucket.com/albums/t107/jtull8/34060901_e10f41cdbc.jpg

jakebrake
07-21-2011, 14:23
you ought to see them on an ultra classic Harley. a 900 pound bike? that's just impressive...i've even seen the 'busa kids watch wide eyed.

SDGlock23
07-23-2011, 16:20
Well didn't 33rd degree freemason Albert Pike (author of Morals and Dogma) straight up say that the god of freemasonry is Lucifer the light bearer? (the all seeing eye of Horus illuminated by the light of Lucifer anybody?) I'm not here to attack anybody, but freemasonry does in fact have its root in paganism to put it lightly, full blown Luciferianism/Satanism is more realistic.

I know nobody here will, but please get ahold of Tom Horns' book Apollyon Rising 2012. Eye opening to say the least.

jakebrake
07-24-2011, 09:42
I'm not here to attack anybody

but you did. well, you have a nice day.

and welcome.

SDGlock23
07-25-2011, 09:00
I merely warned, that's all. Take care.

mpow66m
07-27-2011, 19:10
Well didn't 33rd degree freemason Albert Pike (author of Morals and Dogma) straight up say that the god of freemasonry is Lucifer the light bearer? (the all seeing eye of Horus illuminated by the light of Lucifer anybody?) I'm not here to attack anybody, but freemasonry does in fact have its root in paganism to put it lightly, full blown Luciferianism/Satanism is more realistic.

I know nobody here will, but please get ahold of Tom Horns' book Apollyon Rising 2012. Eye opening to say the least.



Is that true?

Hyksos
07-28-2011, 07:10
Is that true?

Pike's quote is "LUCIFER, the Light-bearer! Strange and mysterious name to give to the Spirit of Darkness! Lucifer, the Son of the Morning! Is it he who bears the Light…Doubt it not!"

Do some research, you'll find that "lucifer" is a latin word that existed long before Christ walked this earth. What you will also find is that it means "morning star", roughly, and that it is referencing the planet Venus. Venus, the star that appears in the horizon just BEFORE the sun is going to rise, was known by the Romans as the morning star. Even today, venus can be seen by the naked eye before sunrise.

Pike is attempting to clear this up, by stating "Strange and mysterious name to give to the Spirit of Darkness!" he is saying that the modern day understanding of "Lucifer" does not equate to the ancient understanding. Even he is questioning why/how the word Lucifer came to be associated with evil and darkness, when historically it was the bearer of the light (the sun). You have to understand that a lot of Masonry is symbols within symbols, you can't really take ONE LINE from a book the size of Morals and Dogma and expect to interpret it on its own. Isn't gonna happen.

Why not, let's throw in one more "Lucifer" quote just to make it easier.

The conviction of all men that God is good led to a belief in a Devil, the fallen Lucifer or Light-bearer, Shaitan the Adversary, Ahriman and Tuphōn, as an attempt to explain the existence of Evil, and make it consistent with the Infinite Power, Wisdom, and Benevolence of God.

Again, here, Pike is saying that the belief that god is good led to the belief in a Devil, whether it be the "Lucifer," or Tuphon, or Ahriman, he is merely explaining that people have taken certain symbols and turned their understanding of those symbols into "evil" in an attempt to explain the existence of evil.

Anyone who ever tells you there is a "Masonic god," or that Masons "worship the Devil" has no clue what they are talking about, or are probably part of some fake Masonic body.

SPIN2010
07-28-2011, 07:32
I am curious and I have a question: What is the actual doctrine of the Freemasons and where may this be verified?

Thanks in advance.

Hyksos
07-28-2011, 10:05
I am curious and I have a question: What is the actual doctrine of the Freemasons and where may this be verified?

Thanks in advance.

There isn't one. Any man may become a Mason so long as he believes in a supreme being. Nothing within Freemasonry will conflict with any of your civil, moral, or religious duties or privileges. Freemasonry is not a religion, but it is religious in nature. I know Catholics, Jews, Muslims, Rosicrucians, Kabbalists, Christians, and Zoroastrians who are all Masons. All of which adhere to the doctrines of their respective religions.

jakebrake
08-01-2011, 16:16
Anyone who ever tells you there is a "Masonic god," or that Masons "worship the Devil" has no clue what they are talking about, or are probably part of some fake Masonic body.

or one of many "anti-masonic" groups.

being a mason does not make you a satan worshipper, than being a coast guard auxiliary member, or a traveling salesman.