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Old 07-12-2009, 02:46 PM
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Freemasonry began in the beginning of the 18th century by members of craft guilds who came together in lodges. At first this clan stressed religious tolerance, the equality of men, and most importantly focused on attaining enlightenment and liberation from the dogma of that age. It is said that Freemasonry is the media through which the Illuminati operates plain view of society. The history of this evidence dates back to the 1700’s when the illuminati was suppressed and supposedly disbanded. The Illuminati then poured its lower ranks into the Freemasons, where their lower scale agenda for the masses could be continued. Freemasons and the Illuminati are one and the same, the Freemasons are but the soldier class of the Illuminati. In moving up through the ranks known as degrees, you may gain membership into the illuminati based upon DNA, status, affiliations, and power.

In understanding Freemasonry, rituals and symbols are very important factors in Masonic rites. These factors are the primary means of teaching Masons the theme of Freemasonry, as these rituals and symbols trace back to ancient mythology and legends. Depending on the level of initiation these factors change in meaning, as you get closer to the truth of the orientation and nature of Freemasonry and the oneness of “their” world. In the initiation ceremony of the Masonic Blue Lodge, initiates of Freemasonry are to remove all their clothing and accessories. They are provided a garment that has the left breast exposed and one leg rolled up. The initiate is then blindfolded for the initial portion of the ritual and is led around by a rope attached to the neck. Upon approaching the oath of secrecy, the razor edge of a sword is placed against the left breast to symbolize knowledge and justice that God will reward the initiate according to his service. The initiate then talks in a circle symbolizing mystical links to the past. This is a basic description of the Masonic initiation process, as there are many more symbols and rituals involved in the process not known to the general public. The main symbols of the Masons are the square and compass, and the letter G which symbolizes Gnostic.

There are Masonic lodges all across the world, with the majority of these lodges based in the United States. Membership is non-exclusive in the lower rankings of this Cult as anyone who will serve the cause of the Masons is free to join.

Are the free masons evil, what is their true purpose?

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Old 07-12-2009, 03:41 PM
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Actually there are 3-ceremonies in the Masonic Blue Lodge, or Craft Masonry.

And Masonry moves on the square, not a circle. The letter G means more than one thing and one of them is not Gnostic.
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Please, do explain more about the rituals and symbols of the Freemasons.
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Please, do explain more about the rituals and symbols of the Freemasons.
First of all, the Freemasons do not recruit, you must actively seek to join.

Once you are elected by the Brothers to join you go through the Entered Apprentice degree, after passing a proficiency (usually memorization) then you go into the Fellow Craft degree, after passing that proficiency you are then made a Master Mason. In Idaho at least, you must pass a proficiency before you get your dues card. In the 1st and 2nd degree there is a section for just the obligation and presentation of the working tools. The next section is usually the lecture where much of the degree is explained. The Master Mason degree there is an additional section where the lore/legend of Freemasonry is explained.

I will give you some of the symbols as there are many and I don't have the time today; I have a date later . The most famous symbol of the Blue Lodge, or Craft Masonry, is the Square and Compass. The square is a symbol of morality; teaching us to always be virtuous and moral beings. The compass teaches us to keep our passions within due bounds towards all mankind.

The 3 principle officers of the Lodge are the Worshipful Master, Senior Warden and Junior Warden. Each officer where's a jewel that also reminds us of important lessons learned. The Master where's the SQUARE (see above for explanation), the Sr. Warden where's the LEVEL which teaches us that we are equal and in the Lodge we all meet on the level. The Jr. Warden wears the PLUMB which admonishes us to walk uprightly before God and man. The 3-Principle officers also represent the 3 Great Pillars that are said to symbollically support Freemasonry; Wisdom (Worshipful Master), Strength (Sr. Warden), and Beauty (Jr. Warden).

I will say the number 3 has great significance in the Blue Lodge: 3 principle officers, 3 immovable jewels (Square, level, and plumb), 3 Great Lights (Holy Writings, Square, and Compass), 3 great pillars, 3 degrees, 3 tenets of Freemasonry (Broverly Love, Relief, and Truth), and 3 principles rounds of Jacob's Ladder (Faith, Hope, and Charity). There are a few others, but I am coming close to the end of my time.

Once a Brother has become a Master Mason he can pursue the other bodies, and even go for the Grand Lodge. For example, I am currently the Worshipful Master, but this next year I may try to become the Grand Lecturer (Master Ritualist) of Idaho. There are many paths to choose from.

Well, I have to hit the shower and get ready. Later.
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I will be back later tonight and can post a little more. I get an email response every time someone posts.
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Very well, thank you for your interesting and informative information responses. Thank you for you interest in our domains as well as we are a brand new establishment. Your participation both here and there is greatly appreciated.
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