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Default Re: Rituals of Freemasonry-Worship of Lucifer/Satan part 1 of 5.

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Originally Posted by Ban Freekmasons View Post
It is important to STRESS that not all Masons worship Lucifer, only the top 5% do.
Then list these 5%. Plus I'd like to point out that I belong to a group that less than 1% of all Masons worldwide belong to...and no, there is no Lucifer or Devil worship.

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Most of these writings were kept secret.
You didn't post anything from writings that were "kept secret". You posted from openly published books. You should also know that the book you're mistaking from Hall was written decades before he ever joined the Masons.

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1) Superior Masons deliberately lie to their fellow Masons, as those Masons "deserve to be mislead"
Doesn't happen.

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2) Explanations given to 95% of all Masons are wrong
False.

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Of course these top 5% call Jesus Christ an "inferior god," they never, ever mention Him in their teachings or their rituals.
Who said this?

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Freemasons used Luciferic symbols within the layout of government center Washington D.C.
No we didn't, but thanks for playing.

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Freemasons worship Lucifer, the Light-Bearer.
No we don't. There is no worshiping in Freemasonry.

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Lucifer and Satan are biblically the same individual, Freemasonry is really the worship of Satan.
Actually Lucifer was only a disgraced Babylonian king (Isaiah 14:4).

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LUCIFER PRAISED AS THE LIGHT-BEARER OF FREEMASONRY
"Lucifer, the Light-bearer! Strange and mysterious name to give to the Spirit of Darkness! Lucifer, the Son of the Morning! Is it he who bears the Light, and with its splendors intolerable, blinds feeble, sensual, or selfish souls? Doubt it not!"
Where does he praise? He's pointing out the irony that a name referring to "bearing light" is aligned with the Prince of Darkness. Where does he say that Freemasons praise or worship him?

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Masons from the first initiation which is the first degree are urged to mightily "seek the Light!" The average Mason is continually saying that he is "seeking the Light," and will spend his entire life "moving toward the Light."
Light is an allegory for knowledge. Masons seek further light in regards to Freemasonry.

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People who havenít studied this subject would assume that this "Light" is the revelation of the God of the Bible.
You shouldn't assume nor make opinions based on assumptions.

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This statement is continuously held up to try to convince us that Masonry is Christian.
No we're not. Freemasonry allows men of various faiths to join. To the point though, there's nothing in Freemasonry that contradicts one's faith...even for Christians.

What is horrible is your are taking quotes out of context and twisting information. You are the worst sort, ones who lie to deceive others into believing your agenda is righteous when it is the complete opposite. Anti-Masons are nothing, but fascists and extremists. You really don't understand Freemasonry nor the intent of "Morals & Dogma".

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Pike is also saying in this sentence that, in the previous 18 degrees, Masons believed that God was the Light-bearer...
Nowhere does Pike say this.

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Pike writes a Latin phrase just below the round seal of "God," this is a phrase proven to be Satanic.
No he doesn't.

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They would also understand that the entire religion of Freemasonry is Satanic.
Freemasonry is not a religion. "Deus Meumque Jus" is not Satanic. It's often thought to translate as "God and my right", but it should be seen to literally translate as "God and my righteousness" or "God and my morals". Nothing about this is not Satanic.

The problem with anti-Masons is they apply their ignorant assumptions and opinions as if they were really ours, when in fact they are not and often the complete opposite. Anti-Masons like to project and use illogical fallacies. This thread a is a whole soup of illogical fallacies.

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Please take note that Hall makes reference to Tubal-Cain, above.
Also found in the Bible.

Can you please cite from our ritual? Please cite where Baphomet or any of these "Infernal Names" come into play in the ritual of Freeamsonry?

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Eliphas Levi created this symbol, one of the foremost Satanists and Freemasons of all time.
How was he the "foremost Freemason of all time"? He dropped himself from the Lodge a few months after he was initiated.

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33 is the highest degree there is in Freemasonry.
No, just in the Scottish Rite. It is not superior to the Lodge or any other body.

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Freemasonry makes use of the Pentagram quite a bit.
Then why do you only list one group who uses a pentagram?

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The Eastern Star is a Freemason division for women.
Men can join as well.

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Once again, Masonry utilizes a very evil Satanic symbol...
Except it has only been utilized in recent years as a "Satanic" symbol. The star is a very Christian symbol.

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...for the Order that trains its young, impressionable girls.
The Eastern Star doesn't do this.

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You should find this highly interesting that the Masonic street layout for Washington, D.C., which is on another page, is laid out in the form of the evil Pentagram on the right, the symbol for Satan, also known as the Goats Head of Mendes. Therefore, the Masonic Plan for the United States is one of evil, even in their own minds, not good.
Again, applying one's ignorant views as someone elses.

FYI, you can spell "JESUS" in the streets of DC as well. And no, there is no pentagram made by the streets as not all the streets exist to create a pentagram. Religious extremists are the worst cancer on this planet and an abomination, and insult to their supposed faith.
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