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Are the Shriners a front for an Islamic illuminati group?
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[quote:K.Kool:MV8yMjY4NDg3XzM4NTk4NjQyX0M3NDBCQkM1] [quote:Anonymous Coward 11464075:MV8yMjY4NDg3XzM4NTk4NDc4X0YzQ0Q1NzY=] [quote:K.Kool:MV8yMjY4NDg3XzM4NTcwMTYzX0ZEQkE2OURB] [quote:Archaic Mason:MV8yMjY4NDg3XzM4NTcwMDYwXzY1NzE1MjU3] No. Sorry. The Shriners do a lot for disabled children, more than most private groups. I know many, and none are islamic. And no, they are not associated with the "illuminati." [/quote] So, their supposed oath, is a bit like the one attributed to the Jesuits? (i.e, totally fabricated?) [/quote] The jesuits are the masonic branch of catholicism and their secret oath is not fabricated. [/quote] :lol: Try again, I've lost count of the number of times I've had to debunk this one, but to make it more interesting, I found a new site I haven't used before: http://www.victorclaveau.com/htm_html/Anti-Catholicism/jesuit_oath_debunked.htm [/quote]
They deny any link to Islam, apart from a 'fun' theme,
but many fundamentalist Christian groups claim they swear an oath on the Qur'an.
They are high-level masons, that much is sure, but is their philanthropic frivolity a mask, behind which plots to keep the world enslaved take place?
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