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Old 04-11-2014, 08:53 AM
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Default The Masonic Order - Lucifer's little helpers?


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Default Re: The Masonic Order - Lucifer's little helpers?

Your website is full of errors. Lodges preceded 1717. The first official Lodge in America is debated. There were only 14 Masons who were Presidents, not 15. And only 18 Masons have been VP of the US, with some cross-over of those who have served as President.

Your website doesn't flow and jumps from one point to the next without any connections or follow through.

There's no such thing as "Grand Commander of North American Freemasonry". Pike was Grand Commander of the Scottish Rite, not all of Freemasonry in America. There's no evidence that Pike was a member of KKK or Satanist.

Pat Robertson was not and is not a Mason.

There's nothing inherently wrong or cowardice with secrecy.
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Old 04-12-2014, 03:07 AM
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Your website is full of errors. Lodges preceded 1717. The first official Lodge in America is debated. There were only 14 Masons who were Presidents, not 15. And only 18 Masons have been VP of the US, with some cross-over of those who have served as President.

Your website doesn't flow and jumps from one point to the next without any connections or follow through.

There's no such thing as "Grand Commander of North American Freemasonry". Pike was Grand Commander of the Scottish Rite, not all of Freemasonry in America. There's no evidence that Pike was a member of KKK or Satanist.

Pat Robertson was not and is not a Mason.

There's nothing inherently wrong or cowardice with secrecy.
Listen richard head, it is not my site. Every body is wrong except you in hiding. I shall ask you again, are you related to the giant redwoods, I mean they are pretty thick too

Why do you defend freek-masonry?
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