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FloriDUH 05-31-2006 06:47 PM

Hmmmm! I thought so!
 
www.cuttingedge.org/news/n1083.cfm

Bouncer 06-01-2006 09:27 AM

Re: Hmmmm! I thought so!
 
Also, don't let's forget the P2 lodge:

http://www.freemasonrywatch.org/stpeters_squared.html

"Ties to the Vatican???" I thought membership in occult-based organisations was forbidden in Catholicism?

On a personal note, I usually feel the opposition when I speak or pray against Skull & Bones, et al, as occult and therefore Satanic organisations.

I've been in churches which have that hush-hush patina in some of their dealings; it's like being a sheep among wolves!

Shadow 08-18-2006 03:25 AM

Re: Hmmmm! I thought so!
 
What kind is a cfm file?

earthspirit 08-18-2006 08:39 AM

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Shadow wrote:
What kind is a cfm file?
cfm: Cold Fusion Modular File. Holds personal information. Constantly being updated.

Shadow 08-18-2006 10:02 AM

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Oh God! Do they openly use files like that, to get personal information?

earthspirit 08-18-2006 12:35 PM

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Yes, these files are used everyday by prospective employers as well...especially those that are contractors with the government. For example, if you wanted to work for a space and aeronautics parts manufacturer, surely they have access to personal info files on anyone. One of the most widely used databases for archives is in Georgia. I believe the next biggest database is in Utah.

Depending on the size of the company, even telemarketing companies have access to these files to find out all they can on employees and the people/customers that they are calling.

So you think that these telemarketing mega-call centers just want to sell you something? Think again! They gather information for these databases.

Have a nice day. Don't lose too much sleep!

Shadow 08-19-2006 09:20 AM

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Is there any way to find out what they have about me on these data bases?

earthspirit 08-19-2006 12:37 PM

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Shadow wrote:
Is there any way to find out what they have about me on these data bases?
Well.......let's just say......if ever you've been pulled over by a cop and you had a tail light out, innocent oversight on your part....well anyway, the cop after checking your license and registration comes back to warn you to get it fixed---but kinda speaks to you like you're a no good schmuck.....better believe he just checked on your background of character and roots! Yes, you read this right! The police have access to learning alittle about your background. If you are a 'nobody' (and please I mean no offense to you from myself)....you will be spoken to like a nobody!

How do I know? Years of research my dear!!!!
When 2+2 didn't equal 4 and I knew with my heart and soul it did.....I began to question a lot of things. I've experimented.

But all aside, there are secret little mousies at work at every office, factory, restaurant, etc....that gather personal information on you and me as well. They even will detail whether you just lost a tooth! So don't brag too much to your 'work' buddies about those porn tapes that you've just rented!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Many people cannot find work today because of secret blacklisting as well, even though you might have been an excellent worker and teamplayer. If you didn't have what they considered up to par or what they thought'made the grade'....you're a nobody!

Way too much info out there on everyone! This is the "scroll" which holds our life's secrets. Sort of God knows everything about us!

If I go and click on google (for example) and type in your email address: hiIamblahblah2000@hotmail, look and see, and I will know what blog belongs to you, whether you had a petition request for a donation, whether you made a comment to some 'guestbook' and such. So even though I've sent you emails to hiIamblahblah2000@hotmail, there is just a few taps of the keys and I can see what you even subscribe or 'host', like an Avon party, or a Tupperware party, a comment to a girlie magazine that you've made. Yes, soon everything on the computer will become 'public' knowledge!
And no one is doing anything about it!
Since when is my email address the public's right to know? My email address should not be anyone's right until I email them! And only then!

Keep your chin up! Hope you don't have anything to hide? In the very near future....you won't be able to! Tah tah!

Shadow 08-20-2006 09:18 AM

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Nah, it can't be like that.


I mean I make sure not to get my system infected with data vipers or trojans. How can they get that information?

sysop 10-22-2006 05:22 PM

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"Ties to the Vatican???" I thought membership in occult-based organisations was forbidden in Catholicism?
It was an excommunicatable offense until Pope John Paul II who was himself a Freemason. When he lifted the "ban" on secret societies, many higher-ups in the Church stepped forward as Freemasons.


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