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Do You Know Freemason?
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Posted 4/19/10
Just asking , if you know ....
quote me what u know about it
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I know it originated as a form of Stonemasonry.. group of people who work with stone. But there's supposed to be some kind of cult off-shoot. like, Illuminati. I personally don't know enough to quote you any decent information
Search wiki maybe or youtube.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pa-mdPb77K0
Posted 4/19/10
Yes I know them, and I've become more familiar with them and Robert Langdon too
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Posted 7/9/10
Nope.. :p who that?
Posted 7/21/10
good doc-u-drama on free masonry

The Arrivals pt 1-52
enjoy
Posted 7/21/10
yeah back in slavery times the black people wanted to free a very important person named mason hence the term "Free Mason"
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Posted 7/21/10
No.
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Posted 7/21/10
Not sure what you want to know about it exactly. Anymore it's just a big social group of individuals who try to improve their communities via charities, clinics, or simple networking. The more visible branches of Free Masonry like the Shriners run hospitals, participate in parades and keep the Fez in style.... but that's about it. They are indeed secretive, but sadly nothing occult. So if you were wanting to join some group bent on summoning Cthulhu to usher in a new world then I'm affraid you'd be disapointed (I know I was... )
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Posted 7/21/10

Kagato666 wrote:

Not sure what you want to know about it exactly. Anymore it's just a big social group of individuals who try to improve their communities via charities, clinics, or simple networking. The more visible branches of Free Masonry like the Shriners run hospitals, participate in parades and keep the Fez in style.... but that's about it. They are indeed secretive, but sadly nothing occult. So if you were wanting to join some group bent on summoning Cthulhu to usher in a new world then I'm affraid you'd be disapointed (I know I was... )


I didn't know that the Shriners were an afilliate of the Free Masons!
and just exactly how do you get into those groups anyways?, love those little cars they drive around during parades and such...LOL.
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Posted 7/21/10
this page pretty much explains it all.
http://www.freemasons-freemasonry.com/rawal.html
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Posted 7/24/10

BaGGs1 wrote:


Kagato666 wrote:

Not sure what you want to know about it exactly. Anymore it's just a big social group of individuals who try to improve their communities via charities, clinics, or simple networking. The more visible branches of Free Masonry like the Shriners run hospitals, participate in parades and keep the Fez in style.... but that's about it. They are indeed secretive, but sadly nothing occult. So if you were wanting to join some group bent on summoning Cthulhu to usher in a new world then I'm affraid you'd be disapointed (I know I was... )


I didn't know that the Shriners were an afilliate of the Free Masons!
and just exactly how do you get into those groups anyways?, love those little cars they drive around during parades and such...LOL.


My father was a honorable master (or whatever they are called) of the local lodge so I learned a bit about them. Those cars are pretty neat, and faster than you'd think. They make the cars themselves too if I remember right. Anyway if anyone wants to learn more about them then wiki works fine. That other posted link seems good too, though I would emphasize the point that even though Freemassonry/Scottish Rite/Shriners do expect a belief in a supreme being/entity; it doesn't mean that it has to be the Judeo–Christian God. Buddhism, Hinduism, etc also fall into the open form of spiritual belief that the masons follow. It is actually that open level of individual spirituality along with their secret nature that usually gets them painted as some evil occult group.
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Posted 7/24/10
mmm no...?
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Posted 10/23/10
Of course. The lodge in my city is located beside a Christian school. Damn hypocrites.
I am also convinced they're practicing those boy-to-boy sex rites no matter how much they try to hide it.
Posted 10/23/10
The illuminati
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