freemasonry and world dominance

by mohammad
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why there are many oblsik symbols in many parts of the world?


why israel wants to rule the world (according to the torah)?

why freemasonry wants to build the solomon temple in jerusalem?

why the 33 degrees members worship the satan(devil)?

why the freemasonry have strong connection with the jewish?

why the freemasonry worships the paganism belives?

we have all the answers for these questions in islam and know that we wont stop fighting until we win
down with u.s.a ... down with israel

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Jun 15, 2015
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by: Fred

Mohamad,
This page is not one for political or agenda type posts, but one for legitimate questions regarding Freemasonry. None of what you are stating inquestion form is true, nor is it worth addressing. The questions DO show your closed mindedness, and indoctrination into hatred. I sincerely hope that your post is deleted by the administrators of this site

Jun 15, 2015
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So much blind hatred
by: Lant

Q: why there are many oblsik symbols in many parts of the world?

A: Good question. I don't really know. It does seem, as you say, that there is something about obelisks that has appealed to a great many cultures. Not being an art critic or theologian or psychologist, I can only guess. From an artistic point of view, they're impressive. Engineering-wise, they're comparatively simple (compared to, say, a Gothic arch for instance) and could be done with fairly primitive technology. Psychologically and/or religiously? Don't know – perhaps they're phallic, perhaps they were seen as reaching toward the Almighty? All guesses, sorry. Nothing to do with Freemasonry in any case.


Q: why israel wants to rule the world (according to the torah)?

A: Not being Jewish or having studied Hebrew, I'm rather at a loss to comment. That claim gets made from time to time, but nobody making it ever seems to be willing to back it up by citing specific verses in the Torah. Which verses are you talking about, in particular, ones that say Israel wants to rule the world?


Q: why freemasonry wants to build the solomon temple in jerusalem?

A. Now that's a simple one to answer - we don't.

Somebody has been telling you lies, my friend. I've been a Mason for close to 40 years and have never heard any Mason, at any time, say that we should rebuild the Jerusalem temple.

Pure foolishness.



Q: why the 33 degrees members worship the satan(devil)?

A: Another simple one - they don't. That lie got started about 150 years ago with a Frenchman calling himself Leo Taxil. Taxil's anti-Masonic lectures and publications made him famous at the time. He got rich, moved in high society. Then one night he suddenly admitted in front of hundreds of people – and reporters – that it was all a fraud. One of Taxil's books included what was purported to be a quote from a book by a famous Freemason named Albert Pike, supposedly telling high-ranking Masons that they did worship the Devil, but not to tell anybody. Even after Taxil admitted it was a fraud, the simple, the fearful and the gullible still believe it.

Don't take my word for any of this. Check out Pike's book, 'Morals and Dogma' (the full text is online), and see if you can find the oft-claimed Satanic quote. (You won't be able to, but try, just to convince yourself.) Research Taxil and see what a liar he was.



Q: why the freemasonry have strong connection with the jewish?

A: Again, we don't.

First off, Masonry welcomes good men of all religions. So Jews are indeed welcome, but so are Muslims and Christians and others. Jews are no more and no less 'connected' with Freemasonry (or vice versa) than any other group.

What I suspect you are talking about, especially given your earlier question about the temple, is that Freemasonry makes use of a tale of historical fiction based on the construction of Solomon's temple as an allegory of the challenges a man will go through in his life. It is a teaching parable, one might say, based on a figure prominent in Judaism, Christianity – and Islam. No Freemason takes it as real history and this ancient tale does not in any way bind a Mason to Judaism.


Q: why the freemasonry worships the paganism belives?

A: Again, just another foolish myth. Freemasonry is not a religion and does not require any member to change his religious beliefs, much less worship pagan idols. Each Mason is expected to participate in his own religion. One of my best friends, a devout Muslim, is a member of my lodge. Each year, he hosts an Eid dinner for charity. Our members – of all faiths - are pleased to be invited and pleased to be able to contribute to a good cause.

It's sad that people are so bitter in the lies they are telling you.


Q: we have all the answers for these questions in islam and know that we wont stop fighting until we win down with u.s.a ... down with israel

A: Well, good for you, friend, but so far the perceptions I'm seeing from you bear no relation to reality.

I sincerely hope you stop letting others lie to you and start working in the love of the Almighty instead of a biased and baseless hatred of something you clearly do not understand. There is enough real evil in the world without trying to invent more. Don't listen to those willing to twist holy words in order to convince you to turn the religion of peace into a religion of hatred.

Peace to you.




Jun 16, 2015
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by: Tim

Brother Fred,

I understand your reaction to the original post on this page. My initial reaction was quite similar. I debated with myself for several days whether to publish this page. I conversed with well informed brethren. I wanted to delete it. I wanted to wipe it from my mind and pretend I'd never read it. I wanted to believe there weren't really people in the world who believe such things about Masons and Freemasonry. The unfortunate truth is that there are such people and they do believe such lies.

The thing is, mohammad is only repeating what he has been told. He has been misled, perhaps intentionally but more likely by someone who was themselves misled by another. Who knows where the lies begin?

Of course the accusations mohammad makes under the guise of questions are absurd to anyone with real knowledge of Freemasonry, but like it or not these are things the gullible accept as truth. Deleting them, ignoring them, wishing them away, even banning them from this site will change nothing.

I realize that mohammad is not apt to change his view of Freemasonry; no one wants to believe they've been misled. But perhaps by addressing these accusations we may give another, someone not so deeply indoctrinated in hate, pause and reason to search further and come to their own conclusions regarding Freemasonry.

Perhaps not. We can only hope and pray, and above all never give up on the innate goodness of man. As one well informed brother recently counseled me, "Faith, hope and love, these three, but the greatest of them is love."

Fraternally and respectfully I remain,

Tim

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