Is Freemasonry a Demonic Cult?

Is Freemasonry a Demonic Cult?

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Since: Jun 07

Jupiter, FL

#1 Jul 8, 2007
Long proclaimed by some to be nothing more than a private social organization dedicated to good works, is there a darker more perverse side to this orgnazation? any comments?

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Since: Dec 06

Lafayette IN

#2 Jul 8, 2007
Tinfoil smeared with fecal matter covering the windows, along with turning off your air conditioning unit, will help you eliminate any threat from Freemasons and Klingons too.

Since: Jun 07

Ashburn, VA

#3 Jul 8, 2007
anyone who uses a picture of lennon to i.d. themselvesis expected to have your sensibilites on this issue.
wiggert

Crescent City, CA

#4 Jul 8, 2007
Yeah what is the deal with Freemasons? A lame secret society with some sort of mission. Creepy.
assphycter says what

Chicago, IL

#5 Jul 8, 2007
WildWierdWille wrote:
Tinfoil smeared with fecal matter covering the windows, along with turning off your air conditioning unit, will help you eliminate any threat from Freemasons and Klingons too.
NOT, if the klingons are circling urAnus

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Since: Apr 07

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#6 Jul 8, 2007
wiggert wrote:
Yeah what is the deal with Freemasons? A lame secret society with some sort of mission. Creepy.
Hello Wigg,

Not any creepier than ANY other religion out there. Each one has its own creepiness & eccentricities....

If you look at all of them, without prejudiced then ALL live in Oddville from time to time.......

Live Well,

Wheezy
TrustNoOne

Gilberts, IL

#7 Jul 8, 2007
4horsemen wrote:
Long proclaimed by some to be nothing more than a private social organization dedicated to good works, is there a darker more perverse side to this orgnazation? any comments?
Why not also ask about the Illuminati, Opus Dei, the Bilderbergers, Skull & Bones, P2, the CIA, the FBI, the CFR, the IRS, the John Birch Society, the Federal Reserve & the Treasury, etc. ad infinitum? It's ALL a conspiracy. But, then there might also be a conspiracy within the conspiracy theories, just to throw you off some more...

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Since: Dec 06

Lafayette IN

#8 Jul 8, 2007
assphycter says what wrote:
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NOT, if the klingons are circling urAnus
I'll thank you to leave myanus out of this ...
wiggert

Crescent City, CA

#9 Jul 8, 2007
I didn't mean to be prejudice. I mean scary movies give me the creeps but I like them. I am basically indifferent to all religion, paganism, cults, secret societies. That means I'm niether for them or against them.
Wheezy wrote:
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Hello Wigg,
Not any creepier than ANY other religion out there. Each one has its own creepiness & eccentricities....
If you look at all of them, without prejudiced then ALL live in Oddville from time to time.......
Live Well,
Wheezy
Terminator

Camp Point, IL

#10 Jul 9, 2007
Freemasonry is a cult, they worship Lucifer but that doesn't mean anything. Religion is based upon ASTROTHEOLOGY, Lucifer is Venus, the morning star, Saturn the 6th planet is Satan, The SUN is the SON of God.

Most of the people in the lower levels don't have any idea what they're involved in, and are basically good people that see it as a social club. As you get up into the higher levels more of them are hardcore satanists and evil people. The 30-33rd degrees are controlled by the Jesuits and the Catholic Church.

These various secret societies rule over the world with an iron fist hidden from public scrutiny with their politician frontment out in the front. The Roman Catholic Church and the Jesuits put these groups out in front to take the heat while they sit in the background well protected controlling everything. This is why you always hear about the freemasons but how often do you hear about The Jesuits or The Pilgrim Society, or numerous other high power occult groups?

Look into this stuff and learn their secret knowledge, you'll be empowered and you'll see the world through a 3rd eye.
Gunslinger

Montgomery, AL

#11 Jul 9, 2007
Don't bad-mouth Free Masons. You will disappear and never be heard from again.
Bob

Madison, WI

#12 Jul 9, 2007
4horsemen wrote:
Long proclaimed by some to be nothing more than a private social organization dedicated to good works, is there a darker more perverse side to this orgnazation? any comments?
They were the only organization that could supply a Bible for George Washington to take the oath upon.

The religious at the time didn't think to bring one.

Since: Apr 07

Honolulu, HI

#13 Jul 9, 2007
Freemason history is downright fascinating.

Since: Jun 07

Jupiter, FL

#14 Jul 9, 2007
Terminator wrote:
Freemasonry is a cult, they worship Lucifer but that doesn't mean anything. Religion is based upon ASTROTHEOLOGY, Lucifer is Venus, the morning star, Saturn the 6th planet is Satan, The SUN is the SON of God.
Most of the people in the lower levels don't have any idea what they're involved in, and are basically good people that see it as a social club. As you get up into the higher levels more of them are hardcore satanists and evil people. The 30-33rd degrees are controlled by the Jesuits and the Catholic Church.
These various secret societies rule over the world with an iron fist hidden from public scrutiny with their politician frontment out in the front. The Roman Catholic Church and the Jesuits put these groups out in front to take the heat while they sit in the background well protected controlling everything. This is why you always hear about the freemasons but how often do you hear about The Jesuits or The Pilgrim Society, or numerous other high power occult groups?
Look into this stuff and learn their secret knowledge, you'll be empowered and you'll see the world through a 3rd eye.
While I have not yet made the connection between the chatholics and jesuits and the masons, i agree with the rest you said. i right now am dealing with the vengeful effects of appartently offending one of their ranks. I have no problem with the notion of secret societies and them worshiping whoever they want to, but when they try and assault others outside of their ranks, is where they cross the line with me. their connections within law enforcement, the courts and governemnt is a particularly serious matter. they put protecting their fellow masons, to the point of perjury, above all other considerations of law or constitutional values and that is where i find them particularly odious.

Since: Jun 07

Jupiter, FL

#15 Jul 9, 2007
wiggert wrote:
Yeah what is the deal with Freemasons? A lame secret society with some sort of mission. Creepy.
it all goes back to a few hundred years ago when alot of this occult garbage was started. they are said to have Albert Pike buried wihtin the ocnfines of their lodge in washington d.c.. pike is the on who started the ku klux klan. many of these groups share some common roots. You don't have to go back very far before you see the luciferic connections on everything from phallic worship to the connection with the mid-eastern cultures etc. Just google Freemasons and see what happens. there is a lot of info out there. try doing it at a library. my efforts at home have led to some problems for me. they may be small potatoes on the conspiracy scene, but they are seriously mean spirited little potatoes

Since: Jun 07

Jupiter, FL

#16 Jul 9, 2007
Bob wrote:
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They were the only organization that could supply a Bible for George Washington to take the oath upon.
The religious at the time didn't think to bring one.
I believe like other groups that they have "morphed" over the years from what they started out to be.

Since: Jun 07

Jupiter, FL

#17 Jul 9, 2007
Gunslinger wrote:
Don't bad-mouth Free Masons. You will disappear and never be heard from again.
Are you attempting to threaten me, possibly warn me in sincerity or are you being somewhat tongue-in-cheek, with your words? Your meaning is not clear.
Saranac Otter

New York, NY

#18 Jul 9, 2007
Membership and religion

Freemasonry explicitly and openly states that it is neither a religion nor a substitute for one. "There is no separate Masonic God", nor a separate proper name for a deity in any branch of Freemasonry.[49][50]

Regular Freemasonry requires that its candidates believe in a Supreme Being, but the interpretation of the term is subject to the conscience of the candidate. This means that men from a wide range of faiths, including Christianity, Judaism, Islam, Deism, Buddhism, Sikhism, and Hinduism can and have become Masons.

Since the early 19th Century, in the irregular Continental European tradition (meaning irregular to those Grand Lodges in amity with the United Grand Lodge of England), a very broad interpretation has been given to a (non-dogmatic) Supreme Being; in the tradition of Baruch Spinoza and Johann Wolfgang von Goethe — or views of The Ultimate Cosmic Oneness — along with Western atheistic idealism and agnosticism.

Freemasonry in Scandinavia, known as the Swedish Rite, on the other hand, accepts only Christians.[12] Some of the appendant bodies (or portions thereof) in some jurisdictions also have religious requirements, but have no restrictions at the lodge level.

Since: Jun 07

Jupiter, FL

#19 Jul 9, 2007
TrustNoOne wrote:
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Why not also ask about the Illuminati, Opus Dei, the Bilderbergers, Skull & Bones, P2, the CIA, the FBI, the CFR, the IRS, the John Birch Society, the Federal Reserve & the Treasury, etc. ad infinitum? It's ALL a conspiracy. But, then there might also be a conspiracy within the conspiracy theories, just to throw you off some more...
I have made all of the connections already that you allude to except for the one with the john birch society. I believe that with the area of websites that there may very well be some that , while sounding like they are against these conspiracies, may very well be there to convince readers of the power of these groups, and take away their will to resist them. one other you may want to google some time is "Gangstalking". i just ran across that one this year. i never would have believed it had i not myself experienced much of what this refers to over a period of at least eight years. you definately want to google these sights on a library computer. once i started going to these sights my life changed a lot. no, I am not paranoid, delusional or anything else. like i said, if i had not already encountered this in my own life, I would have thought these people were from the tin foil hat brigades. forewarned is forearmed

Since: Mar 07

Brighton, CO

#20 Jul 9, 2007
LMFAO!!! WTF is wrong with you people... DUHR! is free masonry a demonic cult? what a dumbass

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