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Philadelphia, PA

#1 May 21, 2011
Just want to know how everyone feels about being led by a secret society?
intriqued

Baldwin City, KS

#2 May 21, 2011
are you saying mc is ran by free masons - interesting, how do you know - that's scary
Know your surroundings

Philadelphia, PA

#3 May 21, 2011
It's not our county it's our whole country. I don't know where to begin on how to explain it all. Go to YouTube and type in illuminate and view the video with the Capitol building on it. That should get you started. It's just unbelievable what all is going on in front of our eyes and we don't see it.
RK Stewart

Williamsburg, KY

#4 May 21, 2011
My Grand Father was a Master Mason, I would be honored to be sponsored.

This isn't Britain guys, the Masonic conspiracy doesn't exist.
Grumpy

Greenville, KY

#5 May 21, 2011
RK Stewart wrote:
My Grand Father was a Master Mason, I would be honored to be sponsored.
This isn't Britain guys, the Masonic conspiracy doesn't exist.
2 B 1=ask 1. If you have no felonys--ask any mason to sponsor you.masons dont take people with criminal backgrounds . THEY will not ask you to join---you must ask.
Widow Sons

Frankfort, KY

#6 May 21, 2011
Grumpy is correct. 2be one ask 1. Their is no Free Mason Conspiracy. Freemasonry goal is to make good men better. If you want to know about free masonry read your bible it is all in their. Oh and know your surrounding the illuminate and freemasonry are completely different. I have been a mason for 9 years and I do not regret it. I have even had the honor of serving as master of my lodge.
Trey

Smithland, KY

#7 May 21, 2011
Have you ever wanted a "brother" who would help you in any way possible. A "brother" you can depend on to be there no matter what? How about an entire group of "brothers"? Making good men better, always helping your fellow brother out. Believe that God is the master architect of the Universe? Religous beliefs at your very foudation. Its a secret society because the only way you will know everything is to become a member. They're not an evil group of people. They strive everyday to benefit and donate time and money to their community, and the world as a whole. If you're a good man wanting to become better you are encouraged to petition to join
Widow Son-2

Centertown, KY

#8 May 21, 2011
I am a Master Mason and proud of it I am a 32nd degree Scotches rites as well there are no Illuminati left we are not a secret society although we have secrets as do you I am sure we will make good men better as it has been said 2b1 ask 1 but if you are a felon or wife beater do not bother we work to better our community we are always looking for good men to carry on our traditions
Just curious

Philadelphia, PA

#9 May 22, 2011
Widow Son-2 wrote:
I am a Master Mason and proud of it I am a 32nd degree Scotches rites as well there are no Illuminati left we are not a secret society although we have secrets as do you I am sure we will make good men better as it has been said 2b1 ask 1 but if you are a felon or wife beater do not bother we work to better our community we are always looking for good men to carry on our traditions
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Youve received such a high rank and can't even spell it? You obviously weren't made better so you status as a good man must have been wrong to begin with. It's the Scottish rite 33rd degree
TOWEL BOY

Davenport, IA

#10 May 22, 2011
I enjoy the company of those silverhaired uncut daddies.
Just curious

Philadelphia, PA

#11 May 22, 2011
I forgot to mention! Aleister Crowley was a mason of the highest degree. "Making good men better" :) you who are in charge, and I'm not talking of the local lodge but the ones who know the secrets of our country's plan should be so proud. It's amazing half of your own kind are just as blind as the sheeple across America
loe

Cunningham, KY

#12 May 22, 2011
Just curious wrote:
<quoted text>.
Youve received such a high rank and can't even spell it? You obviously weren't made better so you status as a good man must have been wrong to begin with. It's the Scottish rite 33rd degree
You sure as h ll are not the one to be pointing out grammer or spelling errs, just look at your own.
Just curious

Philadelphia, PA

#13 May 22, 2011
My bad! I forgot an apostrophe and left the r off your. Your just a douche bag, did you have your mom point that out for you?
Just curious

Philadelphia, PA

#14 May 22, 2011
loe wrote:
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You sure as h ll are not the one to be pointing out grammer or spelling errs, just look at your own.
It's hell, by the way retard, not " h ll"
Just curious

Philadelphia, PA

#15 May 22, 2011
Widow Son-2 wrote:
I am a Master Mason and proud of it I am a 32nd degree Scotches rites as well there are no Illuminati left we are not a secret society although we have secrets as do you I am sure we will make good men better as it has been said 2b1 ask 1 but if you are a felon or wife beater do not bother we work to better our community we are always looking for good men to carry on our traditions
You must have millions of dollars and are part of high class society to be of the 33rd degree. And the Scottish rite is of the 33rd degree sir, not 32.
Just curious

Philadelphia, PA

#16 May 22, 2011
Just curious wrote:
<quoted text>.
Youve received such a high rank and can't even spell it? You obviously weren't made better so you status as a good man must have been wrong to begin with. It's the Scottish rite 33rd degree
Please forgive my ignorance of your religion. I did a a little research and having to receive the 33rd degree was a myth. I've learned that you may hold from the 4th degree to the 32nd. Kudos to you sir for being a 32nd degree anyways.
loe

Cunningham, KY

#17 May 22, 2011
Just curious wrote:
<quoted text>
It's hell, by the way retard, not " h ll"
Come on, don't hold back, I'm sure you can do better than that.
I wanna be one

Philadelphia, PA

#18 May 22, 2011
I want to be a mason so tell me what to do. A coworker took me to get a petition once and the man who gave me the petition seemed to give me bad looks and I'm assuming it was because of my tattoos. I've never got in serious trouble no felonies and I don't beat women. Are tattoos an issue?
George

Cadiz, KY

#19 May 22, 2011
Aleister Crowley was initiated into an irregular clandestine Masonic Lodge (Anglo-Saxon #343) in 1904. He is not recognized as a regular Mason by the United Grand Lodge of England.
Grumpy

Madisonville, KY

#20 May 22, 2011
to be a shriner--you must first be a master mason. Between the two--we support the childrens hospitals. Last guesstimate i heard was 1.5 million a day world wide was given by shriners and masons for these hospitals. SO !!! even if you are not a mason---go to the lodge fundraisers and support them--DONATE!. if you see a shriner on the corner selling whatever---DONATE !! we donate to all charitys-- local and worldwide.

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