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Best friend became a freemason and is 32nd degree, what should I do?

 
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Best friend became a freemason and is 32nd degree, what should I do?
My best friend since high school recently joined the masons (hes only 23). I noticed a square and compass ring and asked him about it. He joined about a year ago apparently, I just never noticed the ring until now. What should I do? Are masons Illuminati?
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Just don't leave small children unattended around him.
It'll be fine.
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lol, people are so afraid of what they don't know. Cracks me up sometimes. People just feed of fear like it's crack.
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Re: Best friend became a freemason and is 32nd degree, what should I do?
Just don't leave small children unattended around him.
It'll be fine.
 Quoting: The Loophole


Ive heard lots of masons....but never anything like that. Maybe your thinking of catholic priests?
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Just don't leave small children unattended around him.
It'll be fine.
 Quoting: The Loophole


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lol, people are so afraid of what they don't know. Cracks me up sometimes. People just feed of fear like it's crack.
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so what dont i know?
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Re: Best friend became a freemason and is 32nd degree, what should I do?
He didn't reach 32nd degree after only 1 year
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He didn't reach 32nd degree after only 1 year
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well he has the scottish rite ring and hat
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lol, people are so afraid of what they don't know. Cracks me up sometimes. People just feed of fear like it's crack.
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so what dont i know?
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Go figure it out for yourself. It's better you do that than having someone tell you. That way you can make your own proper decision, instead of basing decisions off of hearsay.
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He's far from Illuminati.. just another fucking tool
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He didn't reach 32nd degree after only 1 year
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Yeah, that would be a tough one right there. Clandestine comes to mind.
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lol, people are so afraid of what they don't know. Cracks me up sometimes. People just feed of fear like it's crack.
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so what dont i know?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 39208671


Go figure it out for yourself. It's better you do that than having someone tell you. That way you can make your own proper decision, instead of basing decisions off of hearsay.
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and how would i "figure it out for myself" without being a mason?
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Just don't leave small children unattended around him.
It'll be fine.
 Quoting: The Loophole


hehehe. This guy nose.
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Re: Best friend became a freemason and is 32nd degree, what should I do?
Just don't leave small children unattended around him.
It'll be fine.
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Ive heard lots of masons....but never anything like that. Maybe your thinking of catholic priests?
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Shriners.
I'm thinking of Shriners.
They have to be 33rd degree to join the Shriners and those little cars they drive are just....wrong.

[link to www.operatorchan.org] if you haven't seen.
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Re: Best friend became a freemason and is 32nd degree, what should I do?
He didn't reach 32nd degree after only 1 year
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Yeah, that would be a tough one right there. Clandestine comes to mind.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


[link to www.usc33-sw.org]

Looks like you dont know as much as you think you know. It takes a weekend to get the 33nd degree and ANY 3rd degree mason can get it. And it takes 3-6 months to do the first 3 degrees.
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He didn't reach 32nd degree after only 1 year
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some irregular lodges offers those "become a master mason in just one weekend"classes...
these are fake masons anyway, no need to be worried.
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Re: Best friend became a freemason and is 32nd degree, what should I do?
My best friend since high school recently joined the masons (hes only 23). I noticed a square and compass ring and asked him about it. He joined about a year ago apparently, I just never noticed the ring until now. What should I do? Are masons Illuminati?
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Leave him alone and quit being a child. Its his decision...NOT YOURS.

A true friend is there...period.
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Re: Best friend became a freemason and is 32nd degree, what should I do?
Tell your friend Satan raped you in a dream, make it convincing. Try bumming yourself with deoderant can first.
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Re: Best friend became a freemason and is 32nd degree, what should I do?
lol, people are so afraid of what they don't know. Cracks me up sometimes. People just feed of fear like it's crack.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


so what dont i know?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 39208671


Go figure it out for yourself. It's better you do that than having someone tell you. That way you can make your own proper decision, instead of basing decisions off of hearsay.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


and how would i "figure it out for myself" without being a mason?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 39208671


Go with him to the lodge. If he's 32nd degree, he can tell you the basics of masonry. Go to some of their dinners, etc. Think outside the box man! chuckle Find out for yourself. Become a Mason, if you find it doesn't agree with you, stop being a mason. Things are so simple if you wish them to be.
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Re: Best friend became a freemason and is 32nd degree, what should I do?
He didn't reach 32nd degree after only 1 year
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 39013232


Yeah, that would be a tough one right there. Clandestine comes to mind.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


No...it isn't tough at all.

32nd Degree can be achieved in one weekend at their workshops.
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Ahhh!! Theres a member of my family who is a 32nd degree Freemason. He works for mega-corporation ORACLE (established by CIA agents in the 1970s). I've seen his Masonic bible and I've passed by the lodge he attends
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Re: Best friend became a freemason and is 32nd degree, what should I do?
He didn't reach 32nd degree after only 1 year
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Yeah, that would be a tough one right there. Clandestine comes to mind.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


[link to www.usc33-sw.org]

Looks like you dont know as much as you think you know. It takes a weekend to get the 33nd degree and ANY 3rd degree mason can get it. And it takes 3-6 months to do the first 3 degrees.
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FFS, that is why I said it was a tough one, not impossible.

Guess I'm done here. Figure it out for yourself.
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Re: Best friend became a freemason and is 32nd degree, what should I do?
He didn't reach 32nd degree after only 1 year
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 39013232


Yeah, that would be a tough one right there. Clandestine comes to mind.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


[link to www.usc33-sw.org]

Looks like you dont know as much as you think you know. It takes a weekend to get the 33nd degree and ANY 3rd degree mason can get it. And it takes 3-6 months to do the first 3 degrees.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 39208671


FFS, that is why I said it was a tough one, not impossible.

Guess I'm done here. Figure it out for yourself.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


well you havent provided anything so im glad your done... "tough"? Since apparently any mason can get it....not very tough.

GLP disappoints as usual.
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Re: Best friend became a freemason and is 32nd degree, what should I do?
He didn't reach 32nd degree after only 1 year
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Yeah, that would be a tough one right there. Clandestine comes to mind.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


No...it isn't tough at all.

32nd Degree can be achieved in one weekend at their workshops.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1129812


I know that. But to go from not being a Mason, through the 3 degrees, and then do the 32nd all in one year, is tough.
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Yeah, that would be a tough one right there. Clandestine comes to mind.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


[link to www.usc33-sw.org]

Looks like you dont know as much as you think you know. It takes a weekend to get the 33nd degree and ANY 3rd degree mason can get it. And it takes 3-6 months to do the first 3 degrees.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 39208671


FFS, that is why I said it was a tough one, not impossible.

Guess I'm done here. Figure it out for yourself.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


well you havent provided anything so im glad your done... "tough"? Since apparently any mason can get it....not very tough.

GLP disappoints as usual.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 39208671


Glad I could help, scaredy cat. lol
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Re: Best friend became a freemason and is 32nd degree, what should I do?
so fucking what

all i want from them is the money they owe me

pay up bitches or keep fixing your broken ass kingdom..
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Re: Best friend became a freemason and is 32nd degree, what should I do?
who cares!!!!


he is not in the "club"
and NEVER WILL BE !!!



let him have his fun learning about god(s)
(lucifer really)


he'll get a fancy ring, invited to events.

and he can wave at memebers when he drives by them in his town.

it'll make him feel like he is wanted....
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Re: Best friend became a freemason and is 32nd degree, what should I do?
Just don't leave small children unattended around him.
It'll be fine.
 Quoting: The Loophole


Ive heard lots of masons....but never anything like that. Maybe your thinking of catholic priests?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 39208671






Like every exclusive club, it's a means to control. Think about it, the people in the top positions have influence but they are kept in check, this is usually achieved through blackmail.
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Re: Best friend became a freemason and is 32nd degree, what should I do?
He didn't reach 32nd degree after only 1 year
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 39013232


Yeah, that would be a tough one right there. Clandestine comes to mind.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


[link to www.usc33-sw.org]

Looks like you dont know as much as you think you know. It takes a weekend to get the 33nd degree and ANY 3rd degree mason can get it. And it takes 3-6 months to do the first 3 degrees.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 39208671



this comment right here should let you know about masonry


The United Supreme Council has placed minimum requirements for awarding this degree including length of time within a Scottish Rite body
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thats great hes a very special sheeple now but still clueless.



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Yeah, that would be a tough one right there. Clandestine comes to mind.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


[link to www.usc33-sw.org]

Looks like you dont know as much as you think you know. It takes a weekend to get the 33nd degree and ANY 3rd degree mason can get it. And it takes 3-6 months to do the first 3 degrees.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 39208671


FFS, that is why I said it was a tough one, not impossible.

Guess I'm done here. Figure it out for yourself.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


well you havent provided anything so im glad your done... "tough"? Since apparently any mason can get it....not very tough.

GLP disappoints as usual.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 39208671

I suggest you read a lot more before you diss SM. I have the exact same ring in my house as it belonged to my late father. My dad also had a framed pen and ink drawing of the All Seeing Eye with verses underneath. My grandparents logo for their business was the Pheonix/Two Headed Eagle.

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