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Should I become a Freemason?

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05/06/2012 04:17 AM
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Re: Should I become a Freemason?
you're just the run of the mill joker that gets off on being part of the "in crowd"

masons are very careful to recruit the high performers of society, especially scientists

no one said anything about the invite coming after the votes

they pestered me about it for a year or so ... lots of masons introduced themselves to me, tell me how great it is, etc. so i asked them if i could join (not wanting to actually join, said can not may) and they voted and invited me to lodge

of course I would never go ... I am not a satanist
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 15469570

You know nothing about me AC15469570. I do not, 'get off' on being part of the, 'in crowd'. All I could say is we do not recruit. I love how all of these guys introduce themselves to you & pestering. Is this randomly happening while your out and about or what? Pestering you - what are you getting random phone calls from Masons going, 'Yeah, it's great. We'd love to have you!' I am not sure I would believe any of that. What would be more logical is maybe you meet a Mason, notice his ring and go, 'So your a Mason?'. Perhaps he will respond, 'Yeah. It's a great society. Very friendly.' I get the feeling your telling me they're saying, "Yeah. It's a great society. Come and join us.".

I will tell you what I do believe though. If you asked if you could join, they would of course invite you to the lodge. Balloting isn't done till later on after one has already filled out an application for Degrees. This is generic information that every Mason knows & it is why I find it a joke you claiming they voted on you.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 12133306

lol, I know plenty of masons like you

pretty lame low level dude, hasn't been around much, thinks he is on the good side

Why on earth you feel the need to say silly shit like random people calling me up? Deep down you know you are part of something evil and projecting nonsense as a defense from the truth I speak

I have some friends that are freemasons ... they didn't know what they were involved with when they started trying to get me to join, but I later told them how I feel about the order after they were confused that I didn't want to come to lodge. For a long time before this they'd introduce me to other masons that would constantly spew bullshit, almost didn't even want to go out with them anymore after awhile.

The shit these people say when they think you're on their side ... so disgusting.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 15469570

The low level supports the high level that runs the entire town, locally. And if need to would kill for them - otherwise known as a Communist purge. To protect your Communist empire.

I just recently made a post on Topix to my local town forum and a guy came on there who i knew and threatened my life telling me about his 9 mm pistol and he would be around for a month if i wanted to keep talking.

That is your Commie Constitution America destroying Masonic devil worshiping buddies. You can have it. Not enuff money in the world they offer could make this one sell out.

George Washington converted Roman Catholic as the papal knights often do. Washington DC has never been any good.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 15332927

I agree with most everything you say.

All of my mason friends are very pissed off about the state of the world and the order. I know that the low levels do hits and stuff for the higher ups too.

Only two of my good friends are masons. One I have known since we were kids and he didn't know what he was getting into. The other is a long time dissident and not really part of the order anymore. I know a lot more masons that are loyal to the order and don't much like them.

Washington was a good guy by the way. He married into my family and we're long time anti-masons. I know he was a mason (I am too) but the story is very complicated. You have to see it in the context of the civil war within masonry at the time led by people like Franklin and his splinter group Free and Accepted Masons.

It's a very unusual period in history where masons were at war with other masons and not like today where you shouldn't trust one half as far as you can throw them.
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