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Sonic the hedgehog = freemasonry

 
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LOL

well, dr. robotnik does remind me of a mason, but.. come the hell on, people.
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LOL

well, dr. robotnik does remind me of a mason, but.. come the hell on, people.
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LOL

well, dr. robotnik does remind me of a mason, but.. come the hell on, people.
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AND he had to collect all those gold rings. WTF is up with that?


The basis of Freemasonry is the pursuit of material wealth.

Collecting the gold coins = modern day capitalism for the masses.
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I musta missed that particular degree.
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AND he had to collect all those gold rings. WTF is up with that?


The basis of Freemasonry is the pursuit of material wealth.

Collecting the gold coins = modern day capitalism for the masses.


I musta missed that particular degree.
 Quoting: Simon Templar


Unless you're high up ie. above 30 degrees, they won't tell you anything really. Most freemasons have no idea of what they're involved in.
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AND he had to collect all those gold rings. WTF is up with that?


The basis of Freemasonry is the pursuit of material wealth.

Collecting the gold coins = modern day capitalism for the masses.


I musta missed that particular degree.


Unless you're high up ie. above 30 degrees, they won't tell you anything really. Most freemasons have no idea of what they're involved in.
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And you know this... how?
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AND he had to collect all those gold rings. WTF is up with that?


The basis of Freemasonry is the pursuit of material wealth.

Collecting the gold coins = modern day capitalism for the masses.


I musta missed that particular degree.
 Quoting: Simon Templar


It's such a high degree, it doesn't even have a number.
Well it seems so real I can see it
And it seems so real I can feel it
And it seems so real I can taste it
And it seems so real I can hear it
So why can't I touch it?
So why can't I touch it?


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AND he had to collect all those gold rings. WTF is up with that?


The basis of Freemasonry is the pursuit of material wealth.

Collecting the gold coins = modern day capitalism for the masses.


I musta missed that particular degree.


Unless you're high up ie. above 30 degrees, they won't tell you anything really. Most freemasons have no idea of what they're involved in.


And you know this... how?
 Quoting: Simon Templar


Much research and observation.
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and i suppose tails is in on it too


Tails represents all the Illuminati puppets.

does that dr robotnik have any significance either


Nah, he's just a dick.
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LOL! Man I wish they'd release a Dreamcast 2!
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AND he had to collect all those gold rings. WTF is up with that?


The basis of Freemasonry is the pursuit of material wealth.

Collecting the gold coins = modern day capitalism for the masses.


I musta missed that particular degree.


Unless you're high up ie. above 30 degrees, they won't tell you anything really. Most freemasons have no idea of what they're involved in.


And you know this... how?


Much research and observation.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 595816



After much research the Catholic church decided the earth was the center of the solar system. In fact they excommunicated and persecuted several well known scientist for doubting their particular brand of knowledge such as Galileo. It wasn't until 1992 that the church admitted its mistake and rescinded the charge of heresy against him.

So your research and observation relates how to your statement regarding Masonry having its basis buried in the pursuit of material wealth?
The greatest weapon of mass destruction is a closed mind.
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AND he had to collect all those gold rings. WTF is up with that?


The basis of Freemasonry is the pursuit of material wealth.

Collecting the gold coins = modern day capitalism for the masses.


I musta missed that particular degree.


Unless you're high up ie. above 30 degrees, they won't tell you anything really. Most freemasons have no idea of what they're involved in.


And you know this... how?


Much research and observation.



After much research the Catholic church decided the earth was the center of the solar system. In fact they excommunicated and persecuted several well known scientist for doubting their particular brand of knowledge such as Galileo. It wasn't until 1992 that the church admitted its mistake and rescinded the charge of heresy against him.

So your research and observation relates how to your statement regarding Masonry having its basis buried in the pursuit of material wealth?
 Quoting: Simon Templar


One word... America.

That's all the proof you need.
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AND he had to collect all those gold rings. WTF is up with that?


The basis of Freemasonry is the pursuit of material wealth.

Collecting the gold coins = modern day capitalism for the masses.


I musta missed that particular degree.


Unless you're high up ie. above 30 degrees, they won't tell you anything really. Most freemasons have no idea of what they're involved in.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 595816


Does this mean that I should not trust my friend who is a 33rd degree mason?
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AND he had to collect all those gold rings. WTF is up with that?


The basis of Freemasonry is the pursuit of material wealth.

Collecting the gold coins = modern day capitalism for the masses.


I musta missed that particular degree.


Unless you're high up ie. above 30 degrees, they won't tell you anything really. Most freemasons have no idea of what they're involved in.


Does this mean that I should not trust my friend who is a 33rd degree mason?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 595908


Depends what you mean by 'trust' and what he has told/is telling you.
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AND he had to collect all those gold rings. WTF is up with that?


The basis of Freemasonry is the pursuit of material wealth.

Collecting the gold coins = modern day capitalism for the masses.


I musta missed that particular degree.


Unless you're high up ie. above 30 degrees, they won't tell you anything really. Most freemasons have no idea of what they're involved in.


Does this mean that I should not trust my friend who is a 33rd degree mason?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 595908


You have nothing to fear from your 33rd degree friend. All this mason bashing is a load of bollocks and garbage.
The greatest weapon of mass destruction is a closed mind.
Simon Templar

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AND he had to collect all those gold rings. WTF is up with that?


The basis of Freemasonry is the pursuit of material wealth.

Collecting the gold coins = modern day capitalism for the masses.


I musta missed that particular degree.


Unless you're high up ie. above 30 degrees, they won't tell you anything really. Most freemasons have no idea of what they're involved in.


And you know this... how?


Much research and observation.



After much research the Catholic church decided the earth was the center of the solar system. In fact they excommunicated and persecuted several well known scientist for doubting their particular brand of knowledge such as Galileo. It wasn't until 1992 that the church admitted its mistake and rescinded the charge of heresy against him.

So your research and observation relates how to your statement regarding Masonry having its basis buried in the pursuit of material wealth?


One word... America.

That's all the proof you need.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 595816


My God man, how could I have missed this most important key... America... hmmmmmm, America.

As I thought, a crock. Your research and observation is faulted. Try again please.
The greatest weapon of mass destruction is a closed mind.
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AND he had to collect all those gold rings. WTF is up with that?


The basis of Freemasonry is the pursuit of material wealth.

Collecting the gold coins = modern day capitalism for the masses.


I musta missed that particular degree.


Unless you're high up ie. above 30 degrees, they won't tell you anything really. Most freemasons have no idea of what they're involved in.


And you know this... how?


Much research and observation.



After much research the Catholic church decided the earth was the center of the solar system. In fact they excommunicated and persecuted several well known scientist for doubting their particular brand of knowledge such as Galileo. It wasn't until 1992 that the church admitted its mistake and rescinded the charge of heresy against him.

So your research and observation relates how to your statement regarding Masonry having its basis buried in the pursuit of material wealth?


One word... America.

That's all the proof you need.


My God man, how could I have missed this most important key... America... hmmmmmm, America.

As I thought, a crock. Your research and observation is faulted. Try again please.
 Quoting: Simon Templar


The defensive response you exhibited is a classic case of admission. I'm also highly knowledgeable in psychology.
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AND he had to collect all those gold rings. WTF is up with that?


The basis of Freemasonry is the pursuit of material wealth.

Collecting the gold coins = modern day capitalism for the masses.


I musta missed that particular degree.


Unless you're high up ie. above 30 degrees, they won't tell you anything really. Most freemasons have no idea of what they're involved in.


Does this mean that I should not trust my friend who is a 33rd degree mason?


Depends what you mean by 'trust' and what he has told/is telling you.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 595816


He is very generous. He has given me and my family all sorts of things that we could not have afforded, like a top of the line cell phone for my kids and one for me. He has given us several camera's all sorts of technology stuff. He brings cognac, which I could not possibly ever afford to my house. He has given us a constant stream of books, CD's with interesting esoteric stuff to read, music, MP3 players, stuff like that. He has helped me get a better job, encouraged my kids to stay at school and aim for university. He has gotten info on universities for them to think about. There is no end of kindness, good humor, encouragement. In fact if I compare his behavior to any other person that I have ever known he seems to be the best person I have ever met. If it sere not for the fact that I know he is not a Christian, I would say he is the most Christian person I have ever known.
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AND he had to collect all those gold rings. WTF is up with that?


The basis of Freemasonry is the pursuit of material wealth.

Collecting the gold coins = modern day capitalism for the masses.


I musta missed that particular degree.


Unless you're high up ie. above 30 degrees, they won't tell you anything really. Most freemasons have no idea of what they're involved in.


Does this mean that I should not trust my friend who is a 33rd degree mason?


Depends what you mean by 'trust' and what he has told/is telling you.


He is very generous. He has given me and my family all sorts of things that we could not have afforded, like a top of the line cell phone for my kids and one for me. He has given us several camera's all sorts of technology stuff. He brings cognac, which I could not possibly ever afford to my house. He has given us a constant stream of books, CD's with interesting esoteric stuff to read, music, MP3 players, stuff like that. He has helped me get a better job, encouraged my kids to stay at school and aim for university. He has gotten info on universities for them to think about. There is no end of kindness, good humor, encouragement. In fact if I compare his behavior to any other person that I have ever known he seems to be the best person I have ever met. If it sere not for the fact that I know he is not a Christian, I would say he is the most Christian person I have ever known.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 595915


Ummm.. he has given you material objects that have cash value. Isn't friendship more important than electronic goods and alcohol?
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The defensive response you exhibited is a classic case of admission. I'm also highly knowledgeable in psychology.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 595816


Your empty words and lack of conversational fundementals exhibit you are full of yourself and know nothing about which you write. You are on a fishing expedition because you think you have some 'inside' information on a subject you continue to know nothing about.

As far as being highly knowledgeable in psychology I would think you should have paid more attention in class rather than playing with your cell phone, or yourself, whichever one is relevant.

So please, continue to entertain us with your pyscho-babble.
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AND he had to collect all those gold rings. WTF is up with that?


The basis of Freemasonry is the pursuit of material wealth.

Collecting the gold coins = modern day capitalism for the masses.


I musta missed that particular degree.


Unless you're high up ie. above 30 degrees, they won't tell you anything really. Most freemasons have no idea of what they're involved in.


Does this mean that I should not trust my friend who is a 33rd degree mason?


Depends what you mean by 'trust' and what he has told/is telling you.


He is very generous. He has given me and my family all sorts of things that we could not have afforded, like a top of the line cell phone for my kids and one for me. He has given us several camera's all sorts of technology stuff. He brings cognac, which I could not possibly ever afford to my house. He has given us a constant stream of books, CD's with interesting esoteric stuff to read, music, MP3 players, stuff like that. He has helped me get a better job, encouraged my kids to stay at school and aim for university. He has gotten info on universities for them to think about. There is no end of kindness, good humor, encouragement. In fact if I compare his behavior to any other person that I have ever known he seems to be the best person I have ever met. If it sere not for the fact that I know he is not a Christian, I would say he is the most Christian person I have ever known.


Ummm.. he has given you material objects that have cash value. Isn't friendship more important than electronic goods and alcohol?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 595816


So what does that mean? I mean, I don't have other friends who do that. But like I said his help has been more than just material, but having them sure helped my kids with projects at school, new hobbies.
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He is very generous. He has given me and my family all sorts of things that we could not have afforded, like a top of the line cell phone for my kids and one for me. He has given us several camera's all sorts of technology stuff. He brings cognac, which I could not possibly ever afford to my house. He has given us a constant stream of books, CD's with interesting esoteric stuff to read, music, MP3 players, stuff like that. He has helped me get a better job, encouraged my kids to stay at school and aim for university. He has gotten info on universities for them to think about. There is no end of kindness, good humor, encouragement. In fact if I compare his behavior to any other person that I have ever known he seems to be the best person I have ever met. If it sere not for the fact that I know he is not a Christian, I would say he is the most Christian person I have ever known.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 595915


Do not concern yourself with his friendship as it is from his heart that he continues to do the things he does. Unlike the OP who wishes to denigrate something he has no knowledge of you happen to be the recipient of something far more important than most can even begin to fathom...

a true friend.
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He is very generous. He has given me and my family all sorts of things that we could not have afforded, like a top of the line cell phone for my kids and one for me. He has given us several camera's all sorts of technology stuff. He brings cognac, which I could not possibly ever afford to my house. He has given us a constant stream of books, CD's with interesting esoteric stuff to read, music, MP3 players, stuff like that. He has helped me get a better job, encouraged my kids to stay at school and aim for university. He has gotten info on universities for them to think about. There is no end of kindness, good humor, encouragement. In fact if I compare his behavior to any other person that I have ever known he seems to be the best person I have ever met. If it sere not for the fact that I know he is not a Christian, I would say he is the most Christian person I have ever known.


Do not concern yourself with his friendship as it is from his heart that he continues to do the things he does. Unlike the OP who wishes to denigrate something he has no knowledge of you happen to be the recipient of something far more important than most can even begin to fathom...

a true friend.
 Quoting: Simon Templar


Yes, that's what I am thinking. I think that I am better off for knowing him, and I dont mean that materially, though all that stuff sure helps. He really is a good guy and the more I see of this stuff that the OP is writing the more I think he does not have a clue what he is talking about. But where does he get these ideas that dont seem to match up with what I have seen, and what is his motivation in trying to convince others that these guys are bad. Maybe the masons are the good guys and people like the OP are agents of something wicked.
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Yes, that's what I am thinking. I think that I am better off for knowing him, and I dont mean that materially, though all that stuff sure helps. He really is a good guy and the more I see of this stuff that the OP is writing the more I think he does not have a clue what he is talking about. But where does he get these ideas that dont seem to match up with what I have seen, and what is his motivation in trying to convince others that these guys are bad. Maybe the masons are the good guys and people like the OP are agents of something wicked.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 595915


Who knows his reasons why he writes what he does. Maybe he is a total prick who is bent on making everyone else's life miserable by spouting off things he has heard but yet doesn't take the time to verify. Or perhaps he truly believes what he writes and has deemed himself a one-person crusade. I really don't know.

All I can say is that people can write and say whatever, including me, but actions speak volumes above words. If you and your family are truly a recipient of this gentleman's kindness and generousity then consider it a gift for evidently he sees something in you that compels him to do continue his giving.
The greatest weapon of mass destruction is a closed mind.
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Who is Dr. Robotnik in all of this?

Must mean something?

Leader who acts like a robot due to instructions/programming given to him/her?
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In Japan he's called Dr. Eggman. An egg represents birth, a new beginning. A "new world order," if you will...
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