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Old 01-05-2005, 08:47 PM
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Just recently I concluded with a good bit of certainty that it is most likely that my maternal grandfather was a Mason -- as well as a deadbeat and most likely a philanderer, protected by his fraternal brethren.
Learning this helped me to understand a lot of the conflicts I had with my mother when she was still alive. I truly believe that she was affected by an inter-generatonal curse, something that freemasonry and other forms of occultis and satanism can invoke. I do not understand all the intricacies of this phenomenon, but I am convinced that it exists from empirical research.
One more reason why "infiltrating" Freemasonry is neither a wise nor safe idea.
The Anti-NWO club sounds like a great idea (and pretty close to what we are doing here), but I think we have already learned the biggest drawback: infiltrators.

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Old 01-05-2005, 08:56 PM
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Hey freeman You sparked a thought there ... maybe I am cursed?? Seriously though .. I don't think my fathers brother is bad .. he did not rise up the ranks .. but my family tree goes to Scotland .. I am here in canada. I know very little about that side of the family ... Maybe my tree is evil at the seed!! .. Thta's not cool .. I went through a jesus stage .. I used to preach to everyone about morals and being good ,, do onto to others as you would like them do onto you
Most people do not like that. I get away with nothing. All through school it was like an invisible source was always there to trip me up over any mischief.
I dunno just a thought .. maybe DNA can carry bad karma

And I was thinking about a political party, in canada we have parties that pop up .. like the marihuana party .. An ANTI-NWO party would be exactly what is needed just to shake things up.
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Old 01-05-2005, 09:10 PM
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And I was thinking about a political party, in canada we have parties that pop up .. like the marihuana party .. An ANTI-NWO party would be exactly what is needed just to shake things up.
Don't like to be pessimistic, but if you study the history of the American Anti-Mason party in the early 19th century (as a response to the Col. Morgan murder), it is pretty obvious that political opposition is quickly and effectively squelched by the Illuminati.
The first presidential candidate of the Anti-Masons for president was actually a Mason himself, as I recall.
Enough said.
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Old 01-05-2005, 09:57 PM
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The media will side-swipe you before you even begin...

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Old 01-12-2005, 05:02 AM
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:idea:
Do mason lodges still hold meetings in the U.S and canada.
Here in Australia only a minority of lodges still hold actual masonic meetings to my knowledge.
I was under the impression lower level Masons lost their usefulness sometime after ww2!
Can any one enlighten me on this point!

As for joining them why not simply join a Rotary, Lions or Apex club to begin with!. All these so called community organisation we have here in Australia are derviatives of Freemasary so i discovered recently. So iam sure you could by simply joining one these groups work towards your goal maybe!
Do you nth americans also i get other remnants of other fraternal orders.The Masons were only one of many.How about the The Grand United order of Oddfellows.How about your notorious and violent klu klux klan created by Albert Pike the same guy that was big in U.S Freemasonry. :-?
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Old 01-12-2005, 05:23 AM
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These groups you mention are all part and parcel of the Freemasonic Monster. Many of the civic organizations are used as recruiting grounds for Freemasonry. Rotary and Kiwanis are two of their most useful splinter groups -- and have approached me.
And believe me, they hold meetings all the time -- secret meetings, which is why you may not be aware of them.
For instance, I have learned that in my home area they are holding a large recruiting drive right now, and at least one of the Masons who works with a realtive of mine has been absent and left early from work with the flimsiest of excuses numerous times, most likely to participate. His employers -- also Masons -- do an excellent job of pretending to be offended by his dereliction, but no action is ever taken. By comparison, if my relative as a non-Mason were to attempt the same behavior, he would be dismissed summarily on the first or second offense.
Freemasonry constitutes an entire hidden, evil world of paganism and bondage which coexists with everyday life. Not something to be taken lightly, like joining the auto club. If you run afoul of them, you'll sustain a lot more than just another charge on your VISA.
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Old 01-12-2005, 05:27 AM
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Actually infiltrating the Freemasons is VERY easy.

All you need is a thriving business pulling around a cool million or two a year. Your business contacts will pull you in quite quickly.

If you ar'nt a business person then get a degree in law and keep your eyes open for invitations. If you can make Judge then you're in with a real chance.

Another method is drug dealing or the Paedophile industry. Just be good at what you do and be reliable and you may find yourself offered the odd position. They look for cool headed characters who can get the job done. Show Ponies need not apply.

Join an outlaw motorcycle gang. They do alot of the Masons dirty work and also that of the Jewish Mafia out of Melbourne.

Freemasonary and big business go hand in hand.
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Old 01-12-2005, 09:02 PM
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I agree with much of that, truebeliever, except that I am firmly convinced that it is almost impossible to become a wealthy businessman or a lawyer or any of those career choices you mention without being a Freemason first. Their screening process is so thorough, they can shut you out (or at least make success in a chosen field very difficult) if they don't want you competing with them or threatening their control of a certain profession or industry. Why do you think John Kennedy, Jr. kept flunking his bar exam so many times?

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They look for cool headed characters who can get the job done. Show Ponies need not apply.
Oh yeah, I agree 200 % with that statement. In the shadowy world of Freemasonry, discretion is the better part of...everything. Sociopathic personality types, with the cold, dead look in their eyes and the emotionless voices -- dead giveaways to upper level freemasons. The ones who never flinch when challenged, but just tell even more convincing lies, those are your "made men", the ones the Craft looks for and who will advance to the highest levels. Sometimes mind control is involved to achieve this effect, often with trauma or child abuse by parents or guardians. Illuminati are often indoctrinated this way from infancy. (See Dr. Henry's articles about Svali, the Illuminati defector.)
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Join an outlaw motorcycle gang. They do a lot of the Masons dirty work and also that of the Jewish Mafia out of Melbourne.
Yes, yes, hell yes. The Pagans and Hell's Angels have been running drugs and porn -- even kiddie porn -- under the legal protection of the Craft for decades. Why do you think they have been able to reverse helmet laws in many states while passive restraint legislation for automobiles grows increasingly stringent? And all of this "motorcylce mania" with professional types emulating the lifestyles of bikers is just another subterfuge to legitimize and dissemble the true nature of biker gangs.
And the Mafia is a subdivision of Freemasonry, a concession that J. Edgar Hoover (a 33rd degree boy himself) had to allow after claiming for decades that there was "no such thing as organized crime". When the Appalachin Conference and the Valachi Papers blew the lid off organized crime, Hoover and the government quickly manufactured La Cosa Nostra as a scapegoat to prevent anyone from probing deeper.
Joe Columbo's ludicrous Italian-American Anti-Defamation League actually had more basis in fact than the mob and their Illuminati controllers were comfortable with, so they killed him to circumvent what could have been some very uncomfortable scrutiny.
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Old 01-12-2005, 10:12 PM
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Of course you ideally have a Daddy who was a Mason.

I'm very upset! Last night at the Australian Press Club an address was made by Australia's TOP MASON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

My friend casually told me today. I could have killed him! Cant beleieve I missed it.

Will try and get a copy of the address.

It was the usual..."yeh we're just a bunch of nice people having some fraternal fun".

The fact these scum are having to give public apolagies for existing is exciting.

Maybe our lunatic reputation days are numbered?

Yes I agree with you 'Freeman'.
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:-? I am sure those that own business or in the Marketing and financial areas, which is some of you here would have no problem.
As for humble honest sod like myself the Ego has no Nietzschian superman complex so there no chance i would even appeal to that personality profile associated as described by some of you earlier!. :-?
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