Tell you what. I'll send you a little dream tonight. I'll call it "a taste of Hell"
I figured with all your illumination, you would have figured out who I am by now. You and your ilk have been looking all these years, and here I am, right in front of you.
I don't remember seeing "Find Stompk" on the trestleboard last meeting.
What is this assumption that I care who you are?
Do you perceive your real life so seemingly worthless that you are only able to find personal validation if you imagine some shadowy group of old men are chasing you?
I slept great last night. If it was something you did, kindly do it again.
@BA: Club Conspiracy may not be a meeting place for freemasons, but it does seem to be a meeting place for every other kind of nutball that's able to afford an internet connection. Are you someone else that's afraid of their entire world view being wrong?
EDIT: Thanks for the welcome, Companion, and congrats!
By the way, for those who don't understand what's going on here.
Cogburn posted this over at SHTF411
Some of you know me, some of you don't.
For those of you that don't, here's a brief rundown of my background.
* I was born an Ashkenazi Jew, but raised in the Sephardic tradition.
* I am a freemason, specifically of the Royal Arch and I am a member of the Cryptic Council
* I am an initiate of the Ordo Templi Orientalis, and a few other hermetic orders you may or may not have heard of
* I work for a Fortune 100 MSM conglomerate
* I am actively working to destroy what you call "Western civilization"
* I live in an area consisting of more famous and powerful people than you can imagine.
* I am smarter than you
Some of you seem to take great pride in your knowledge of our Work. Let's see if you can face just how wrong you are.
The "secrets" of freemasonry? Hermetic magic? How we control your world?
I will answer any and all questions completely, truthfully, and without reservation, mental equivocation, or secret evasion. :shifty:
"Have you taken an oath not to reveal the secrets of Freemasonry?"
"You didn't answer the question."
But I know that it's nothing for a goat schtupping Freemason to lie.
In all honesty
Chances are a Freemason could gladly answer truthfully all of your questions, and within your questions, would not have to be afraid of revealing any secrets because your questions, and most peoples points of interest against freemasonry, have nothing to do with the secrets
And the Freemasons being liars part... there are three principles in Freemasonry, one of which being TRUTH
but, we don't expect you to believe us freemasons, you never do, which is exactly why cogburn approaches the situation in the way he does... sarcastically, why be truthful when we know you have already made up your mind and will not listen to the truth?