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Freemasonry - History, Influence, Symbology, Thought
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Freemasonry - History, Influence, Symbology, Thought
I recently read a short 70 page Book "Why Catholics can not be Masons" by John Salza which provided me with a high level understanding of Freemasonic rituals and thought. Freemasonry has been condemned by the Catholic Church yet its influences in the world seem constant, and may have infiltrated the RCC.

My general take was that Freemasons aim to subvert Christianity in many ways, primarily by putting Jesus Christ on equal ground with other Religions and a Doctrine of Salvation through Works (alone).

I know this is a deep topic, but one that members on the forum are likely knowledgeable about, or should be.

A friend shared this video with me, it alerted me that these obelisks which are so common, are freemasonic and demonic.



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12-02-2019 04:24 PM
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^ Forum member, Witcoff has authored a book "on the masons and their lies" I believe.

Why do the heathen rage and the people imagine a vain thing? Psalm 2:1 KJV
12-02-2019 07:32 PM
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Yes I was thinking of buying it actually but I found a cheap one at my Church Bookstore and it seemed straightforward and no shipping. I have an old buddy I'd like to talk to about this stuff, because he is a member. Now that I read the short book, I might consider reading it.

I found their oaths interesting. They do not really know the oaths they will have to swear beforehand, so they swear them and basically put a curse on themselves. In some cases there is a weapon pointed on them.

An old pal of mine is a Shriner, which is some sort of muslim offshoot of the Masons. So I am thinking maybe I should look into that next. But I will give him the book, tell him I read it and that he should read it. Maybe I will join Knights of Columbus to get him out of it.

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12-02-2019 11:44 PM
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Do not look into it; that is what they want. Initiation without consent is a real thing. Freemasonry is a demonic affair only to be avoided at all cost.

I know they have their lodges in every town (most without members) but they control through their spells.

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12-03-2019 07:46 AM
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One of the most important things, in my opinion, we must do to counteract the influence of freemasonry and likewise any other occult/esoteric group, is to reclaim the symbols they have taken for themselves. The symbols are actually very much important and it's why they are used. Western Christianity unfortunately has pretty much handed the symbols to the enemy. Two examples:

The pyramid with the eye at the top - we all know it, we have all been instructed on its esoteric meaning. But in fact, could there be a more perfect symbol for the triune God? The Father at the top and the Son and Holy Spirit proceeding from the Father. It's also, obviously, the structure of reality as hierarchy.

'As above so below'
- Mage was always spouting this against Christianity but to anyone who reads the Gospels with an open heart it should be obvious that Christ is the ultimate representation of this principle - the joining of Heaven and Earth, Life and Death, and so on. He even codified it in the Lord's Prayer. 'Our Father who art in Heaven, Hallowed by thy Name, Thy Kingdom Come, They will be done on Earth as it is in Heaven'.

So do not be frightened by their symbols. This is how they win, by stealing the subtext from reality, and it's why everything in Hollywood uses it - they take its power, and subvert it. This is why it's important for Christians to reclaim it. Eastern Christianity was able to keep it, and it's no surprise their hierarchies are much less prone to subversion - they kept the underlying structure of reality in their rituals and symbols, while the West succumbed to materialism and has pretty much thrown it away only for its enemies to use their power against us.

Here's a crosier (staff) from an Orthodox Bishop - it has two serpents facing each other. The materialist evangelical worldview sees occultism, when in fact its symbolism is a powerful Christian mystical statement:

[Image: Bishop-Vladimir-sokolovsky.jpg]

Here's an explanation.

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12-03-2019 09:49 AM
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My father was a Mason as well as a Christian. I love the speculation and conspiracy theories by people who have never been asked to join or don't know anyone who is a member or who are not a member themselves. Keep up the good work guys!
12-03-2019 10:34 AM
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(12-03-2019 10:34 AM)Jeptomf Wrote:  My father was a Mason as well as a Christian. I love the speculation and conspiracy theories by people who have never been asked to join or don't know anyone who is a member or who are not a member themselves. Keep up the good work guys!

You can not be a Mason and a Christian. To become a Mason you must swear an oath which goes against the first commandment. Masonry puts other religions on the same level as Christianity. A mason can swear to any deity (eg. Hindu) in their sacraments, than be saved through his works. Its in direct contradiction to the Bible.

Masons' are taught to show their charitable side to the public, and to be dismissive of anything regarding their ceremonies as 'conspiratorial'.

I am glad I have never been asked. Its not an honour its a curse.

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12-03-2019 10:42 AM
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(12-02-2019 07:32 PM)Dr. Howard Wrote:  ^ Forum member, Witcoff has authored a book "on the masons and their lies" I believe.

He also did an interview on it, which is excellent.



12-03-2019 11:53 AM
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Michael did an interview with EMJones among other things talking about the Freemasons:





Freemasonry is to this day important to the control and power of the elite. They shifted now more to corporations and various NGO groups, but Freemasonry is not truly gone in politics and all government branches. Even in some issues like selecting the next CEO you later find out that the brother selected rather the other the other brother against the better candidates.
12-03-2019 01:15 PM
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