Originally Posted by galexander
It is almost as if you have painted the Freemasons as being like some sort of church group.
But what of the origins of Freemasonry in the age of the Enlightenment? Shouldn't the Freemasons be avant-garde intellectuals with some radical agenda? Its almost as if you were the opposite.
Also what is an apparently clever and respectable chap like yourself doing hanging around on a conspiracy forum like this? Are you not snooping on what is being said about the Freemasons?
Freemasonry isn't a religion, its a fraternity. It doesn't meet the requirements to be a religion.
When Freemasonry started I'm sure the ideals of the Fraternity would be radical, but are mainstream today.
I'm here because I hate lies being spread and sheer curiosity.