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Old 11-22-2009, 10:50 AM
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So here are the facts when it comes to this Biblical misinterpretation:
  • Most Biblical scholars based their translations off of St. Jerome.
  • The original Hebrew writings spoke of a Babylonian King, Helal, Son of Shahar, which means Day Star, Son of the Morning.
  • Lucifer is Latin for "light bringer".
  • In Roman Astrology Lucifer the was the star that preceded the rising Sun.
  • Scholars in ages after Jerome mistook this mistranslation and turned him from a disgraced king to the Ruler of Darkness, Satan.
  • No where else in the Bible is used the word "Lucifer".
Furthermore, Revelations 22:16 also makes some strange claims:

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I Jesus have sent mine angel to testify unto you these things in the churches. I am the root and the offspring of David, and the bright and morning star.
Now, I'm not saying Jesus is the Lucifer of the Bible, but I find it ironic that conspiracy theorists and religious zealots apply Isaiah 14:12 to Freemasons, but overlook Revelations 22:16. Now scholars on the other hand point out that "bright", "shining", and so forth describe the appearance of the king who usually wore very elaborate clothing. In application to Jesus Christ (which is also a Latin version of his true name) he is the Son of God and through him will we arrive in Heaven, so he would be the bright and morning star.

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Old 11-22-2009, 10:57 PM
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I didn't say anything was wrong, I originally thought something was wrong with my Internet browser. Each site is different, I didn't know, quit being so defensive.

Why would my attorney care? That would be a waste of time and my money. You are a overly defensive person.
I think you're the one who spends hour after hour on this thread defending Freemasonry.

So, who is the overly defensive person?

Seriously, come on.

I posted a comment and you clicked on the link you received via email and it wasn't there so you had to immediately inquire as to why.

Did you think it was a conspiracy against you?

You couldn't just let it go?

Where, oh, where, did BlueAngel's comment go?

Yes, we know, you thought something was wrong with your browser.

Well, if something was wrong with your browser, CC certainly couldn't help you with that.

You'd have to call your Browser Repair Man.

That, we are not.

After all your time on this board, I would think you would be able to recognize my sarcasm by now.

Anyway, you're right.

I'm very good at defense.
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Old 11-22-2009, 11:04 PM
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I think you're the one who spends hour after hour on this thread defending Freemasonry.

So, who is the overly defensive person?
I was meaning that you are constantly on attack. I asked a simple question and your jumped on me thinking I was insulting the site. There's a difference between "defensive" and "defending".

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I posted a comment and you clicked on the link you received via email and it wasn't there so you had to immediately inquire as to why.

Did you think it was a conspiracy against you?
Like I said, I thought something may be wrong with MY internet browser.

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Well, if something was wrong with your browser, CC certainly couldn't help you with that.
But it could be an indicator that something was wrong so I thought I'd ask, but apparently asking questions is wrong.
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Old 11-22-2009, 11:26 PM
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You asked a question, and I answered it.

Maybe not to your liking, but I answered it.

So, contrary to your belief, it is okay to ask a question.

I didn't jump on you and I didn't think you were insulting the site.

I merely said that I deleted my comment and, thus, the reason you were unable to view it.

Sorry, but I'm not constantly on attack.

Did an alarm ring in your house to alert you that there was a response to one of your comments at CC which sent you rushing to check your email, cause, man, you were all over it like you know what.

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Old 11-22-2009, 11:36 PM
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Here.

This is what I said in response to your question, KSigMason:

Because I deleted it.

Better luck next time, Quick draw McGraw.

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Yeah.

Real defensive and absolutely illuminates how I thought you were insulting the site.
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Old 11-22-2009, 11:40 PM
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I didn't jump on you and I didn't think you were insulting the site.
If you didn't think I insulted the site why did you post this?

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Oh, so sorry we don't adopt the standards of all the other forums that you are on.

Please forgive us.

We march to the beat of a different drummer.
Sounds pretty defensive to me.

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Did an alarm ring in your house to alert you that there was a response to one of your comments at CC which sent you rushing to check your email, cause, man, you were all over it like you know what.
Actually an alarm did go off. I have my email accounts on my BlackBerry so every time I get an email it goes to my phone and alerts me when new messages arrive. It just depends on what I'm doing if I respond immediately or not.
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Old 11-23-2009, 12:09 AM
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I couldn't care less if you insulted the site.

My comment wasn't defensive.

It was a comment.

Nothing more and nothing less, but it appears to me that you want to make it out to be something more.
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Old 11-23-2009, 12:11 AM
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KSigMason said:

"Most forums I'm on shows when a post was deleted, I was just curious."

Thus, the reason I responded as follows:

BlueAngel said:

Oh, so sorry we don't adopt the standards of all the other forums that you are on.

Please forgive us.

We march to the beat of a different drummer.

P.S.

Proper grammer would be:

"Most forum's of which I am a member show when a post was deleted."

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Freemasonry: Closeted Mental Illness?

One of the most damning aspects of Freemasonry’s involvement in criminal activity is the significant effort by members to defend its activities against those who regard the group as a terror organization. Similar fraternal organizations such as Kiwanis are rarely, if ever, subject to the broad, widespread criticism Freemasonry attracts.
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Old 11-24-2009, 12:08 AM
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Freemasonry: Closeted Mental Illness?

One of the most damning aspects of Freemasonry’s involvement in criminal activity is the significant effort by members to defend its activities against those who regard the group as a terror organization. Similar fraternal organizations such as Kiwanis are rarely, if ever, subject to the broad, widespread criticism Freemasonry attracts.
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Freemasonry Watch is a unreliable source. The author of that site makes everything up. I do find it funny that CTs will go so far as to make Freemasons look mentally deranged to attack them. When our lies won't stop them get them committed.
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