Monday, September 22, 2008




I don't know much about them.

fraternal organisation that arose from obscure origins in the late 16th to early 17th century. Freemasonry now exists in various forms all over the world, with a membership estimated at around 5 million (including around 480,000 in England, Scotland and Ireland alone, and just under two million in the United States).[1][2] The various forms all share moral and metaphysical ideals, which include, in most cases, a constitutional declaration of belief in a Supreme Being

The Masonic Square and Compasses.(Found with or without the letter G)
The Masonic Square and Compasses.
(Found with or without the letter G)

G= Gods or God.

The Square and Compasses carved into stone
The Square and Compasses carved into stone


The three degrees of Craft or Blue Lodge Freemasonry are those of:

  1. Entered Apprentice — the degree of an Initiate, which makes one a Freemason;
  2. Fellow Craft — an intermediate degree, involved with learning;
  3. Master Mason — the "third degree", a necessity for participation in most aspects of Masonry.

General requirements

Generally, to be a regular Freemason, a candidate must:[20]

  • Be a man who comes of his own free will.
  • Believe in a Supreme Being. (The form of which is left to open interpretation by the candidate)
  • Be at least the minimum age (from 18–25 years old depending on the jurisdiction).
  • Be of good morals, and of good reputation.
  • Be of sound mind and body (Lodges had in the past denied membership to a man because of a physical disability, however, now, if a potential candidate says a disability will not cause problems, it will not be held against him).
  • Be free-born (or "born free", i.e. not born a slave or bondsman).[51] As with the previous, this is entirely an historical holdover, and can be interpreted in the same manner as it is in the context of being entitled to write a will. Some jurisdictions have removed this requirement.
  • Be capable of furnishing character references, as well as one or two references from current Masons, depending on jurisdiction.

Regular Freemasonry requires that its candidates believe in a Supreme Being, but the interpretation of the term is subject to the conscience of the candidate. This means that men from a wide range of faiths, including (but not limited to) Christianity, Judaism, Islam, Buddhism, Sikhism, Hinduism, etc. can and have become Masons.

Religious opposition

Freemasonry has attracted criticism from theocratic states and organised religions for supposed competition with

religion, or supposed heterodoxy within the Fraternity itself, and has long been the target of conspiracy theories, which see it as an occult and evil power.

George Washington

King William IV, King of Great Britain.

It is Also Believed that they are Satanic and Pagan

the street layout of Washington, D.C.

Obelisks are phallic (penis) symbols related to the Egyptian Sun god, Osiris. The 4 sides of the Washington Monument are aligned with the cardinal directions (i.e., east, west, north, and south). At the ground level each side of the monument measures 55.5 feet long, which is equal to 666 inches. The height of the obelisk is 555.5 feet, which is equal to 6,666 inches.

The first series of symbols I will point out deal with the seat of the executive branch of government, the White House, indicated by the red arrow above. If you are a Google Earth user, you can see these satellite images for yourself at Google Maps.

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Do you think Freemasonry WAS white and or IS? In spite of Jewish cooptation? Or maybe the Jews are a foil? Just curious...