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May 19, 2013 - Masonry in the News    No Comments

Freemasonry EXPOSED!

leukaemialymphomaresearchThe secret is out, and it was even penned by one of our own: Priory Gate Masonic Lodge.

From the article:

“In the wider world and popular press, Freemasonry has a reputation of being a secret society. Actually it’s not.

Secret societies don’t tend to throw black tie dinners and invite as many of their friends and families as they can find…nor do they tend to let out their Head Office as a film set. Those of you familiar with the BBC’s Spooks, might not know that the imposing front door of ‘Thames House’ is actually Freemasons Hall in Gt. Queen Street – a few hundred yards from the Eagle Street offices of Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research.

However, the one thing that Freemasons do seem very good at keeping secret is the fact that the organisation is one of the UK largest single contributors to charity, second only to the National Lottery.”

You can read the whole article HERE.

Another look at Freemasonry in Cuba

LogoGrandLodgeCubaE C Ballard has posted an interesting article discussing Freemasonry in Cuba on his blog.  From the article:

Cuban Freemasonry is unique in the world for operating openly in a communist nation. What can explain that, given that in most other communist nations Freemasonry has been condemned? For that answer, it is necessary to look at the role that Freemasonry played in the original Cuban Revolution or as some people speculate. the affiliation of the Castro brothers themselves?

Cuba is the only country under the administration of a Marxist government that tolerates throughout its territory an important secret society with an esoteric background: Freemasonry. Today, in the beautiful and economically challenged island of Martí and Maceo, no less than 318 Masonic lodges flourish, openly attended by about 30,000 registered members. Such numbers are high for a country with so small a population as that of Cuba. Various Afro-Cuban religions, Palo Congo, Yoruban Ocha, Abakua, and Haitian Vodú among the population of Haitian descent mostly in Eastern Cuba, religions often mistakenly dubbed “santería” – the Cuban first cousins of Brazilian Candomblé and Umbanda also exist in Cuba, the only other power system capable of competing with esoteric Freemasonry in terms of being reasonably free and unrestricted. 

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Response to “A question to catholics?”

Christ_Hagia_SofiaQuestion:

Catholicism is pagan sun worship. first off they created that white image of “jesus” .theres many images of this “jesus” with a sun drawn behind his head mostly in catholic churches. catholics worship statues.first of how did they know jesus was white wheb first of all his scriptures take place in a land where everybody was dark skinned?.and how did they have an image of em when they didnt even know specificly how he looked like but he definitley was not white with blue eyes. look at The Ressurection statue in the vatican on google,that is one of the most demonic looking statues ive ever seen in my life along with the madusa vase the vatican has.they defend pedophiles ,yes i know theres pedophiles everywhere but most of the cases are high end priests who are sick and disgusting and why are alot of people in the vatican freemasons? what secret are they hiding .get away from that satanic cult. peace be with you

Response:

As a Catholic Freemason, the first thing I’ve got to ask is: What’s your question, exactly?

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Scottish Rite Geocache Event at the House of the Temple

mgsflyerOn March 9, 2013 there will be a Masonic Geocaching event at the House of the Temple in Washington, D.C.

From a facebook post:

ATTENTION ALL GEOCACHERS!
Join us on Saturday, March 9, 2013
10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

This is a great opportunity for geocachers from all over to join us in Washington, D.C. to share and exchange ideas, and talk about caching. The event will take place in the rear of the building.

We hope everyone will be able to join us for this special Geocaching event in Washington, DC on March 9, 2013. We are honored to have Arturo de Hoyos, Grand Archivist and Grand Historian of Scottish Rite Freemasonry, as the feature speaker for the event!

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