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Friend just became 33rd Degree Mason!

 
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Friend just became 33rd Degree Mason!
So what is the proper protocol for me to grill him for secrets? :) We're not close friends, only see each other a couple of times a year, but I was surprised to see he was already at this level at a relatively young age.
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Re: Friend just became 33rd Degree Mason!
Check his cupboards and see if he has a stash of candies and cookies.
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Re: Friend just became 33rd Degree Mason!
So what is the proper protocol for me to grill him for secrets? :) We're not close friends, only see each other a couple of times a year, but I was surprised to see he was already at this level at a relatively young age.
 Quoting: curiousgoods


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IF your friend did become a 33rd degree mason you can be sure 100% he would not be telling you about it.
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Re: Friend just became 33rd Degree Mason!
So what is the proper protocol for me to grill him for secrets? :) We're not close friends, only see each other a couple of times a year, but I was surprised to see he was already at this level at a relatively young age.
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Also only old people become 33rd degree masons.
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Re: Friend just became 33rd Degree Mason!
So what is the proper protocol for me to grill him for secrets? :) We're not close friends, only see each other a couple of times a year, but I was surprised to see he was already at this level at a relatively young age.
 Quoting: curiousgoods


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IF your friend did become a 33rd degree mason you can be sure 100% he would not be telling you about it.
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They don't keep it a secret. The Shriners are nothing but 33rds, it's a requirement to get in, and yet they are publicly active with their ridiculous cars and hats.
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Re: Friend just became 33rd Degree Mason!
So what is the proper protocol for me to grill him for secrets? :) We're not close friends, only see each other a couple of times a year, but I was surprised to see he was already at this level at a relatively young age.
 Quoting: curiousgoods


I bet someone close to him just got murdered. I believe that's what it takes to become a 33rd degree. It's a sacrifice to their god Lucifer the light bearer.
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08/21/2013 10:14 AM
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Re: Friend just became 33rd Degree Mason!
Tell him nobody is coming for his ass.
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Re: Friend just became 33rd Degree Mason!
What secrets do you seek.
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Re: Friend just became 33rd Degree Mason!
So what is the proper protocol for me to grill him for secrets? :) We're not close friends, only see each other a couple of times a year, but I was surprised to see he was already at this level at a relatively young age.
 Quoting: curiousgoods


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IF your friend did become a 33rd degree mason you can be sure 100% he would not be telling you about it.
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Well, he's got pictures of it posted all over his Facebook page so apparently it's not too secret. He took a special trip to DC for it and was one of I'm not sure how many but based on the pictures looked to be at least a few dozen.
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Re: Friend just became 33rd Degree Mason!
So what is the proper protocol for me to grill him for secrets? :) We're not close friends, only see each other a couple of times a year, but I was surprised to see he was already at this level at a relatively young age.
 Quoting: curiousgoods


Also only old people become 33rd degree masons.
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His age is the part that surprises me the most. He's under 40. He looked to be about the youngest in the photos from the event. He's young enough they can groom him for a run at the presidency ;)
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Re: Friend just became 33rd Degree Mason!
33rd degree is so yesterday
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Re: Friend just became 33rd Degree Mason!
What secrets do you seek.
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I just want to know if there really even are any secrets. I go back and forth on pretty much every conspiracy from thinking it's real to thinking it's all just totally normal and boring and there's nothing more to see.
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Re: Friend just became 33rd Degree Mason!
So what is the proper protocol for me to grill him for secrets? :) We're not close friends, only see each other a couple of times a year, but I was surprised to see he was already at this level at a relatively young age.
 Quoting: curiousgoods


Age has nothing at all to do with degrees and progress. Some people pick up faster than others and this is why some pass through the degrees faster than others. I know a man who served in the USAF who is a 32nd degree and he did it all in a few years when most of the time it can take up to 18 years.

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