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FAQ: Do Freemasons practice witchcraft and sorcery?
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Darth Simian
2009-09-13 07:05:47 UTC
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Yes they do.

Fiji freemasons held for sorcery
A group of freemasons have had to spend a night in jail in Fiji, after
local villagers complained they were practising witchcraft.
The 14 men, including eight Australians and a New Zealander, had been
holding a night-time meeting on Denerau island.
The New Zealand man told reporters he had spent a "wretched" time in
jail, and blamed the mix-up on the actions of "dopey village people".
Police also seized wands, compasses and a skull from the freemasons'
lodge.
Freemasonry is a centuries-old club that practises secret rituals and
has more than five million members worldwide.
The New Zealander, who did not want to give his name, told the New
Zealand Herald that Tuesday night's meeting was "interrupted by a
banging on the door, and there were these village people and the
police demanding to be let in".
Nothing sinister was going on, he claimed, but "such is the nature of
life in Fiji" they were taken to a nearby police station.
The freemasons insist they had a permit for the meeting and were
released after spending an uncomfortable night there.
Police director of operations Waisea Tabakau told Legend FM News in
Fiji that the group was being investigated for "allegedly practising
sorcery", the Fiji Village website reported.
The New Zealand man said that when they were freed the following
morning, they were told their release was on the orders of the prime
minister's office.
Emergency regulations imposed by Fiji's military regime allow police
to detain people for up to 48 hours without charge.
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/asia-pacific/8153159.stm
--
When a freemason is being initiated into the third degree he is struck
on the forhead in the dark, falling back either into a coffin or onto
a coffin shape design. His fellow masons lift him up and when he opens
his eyes he is confronted with a human skull and crossed bones. Under
this death threat how can any freemason of third degree or higher be
trusted, particularly in public office? He is hoodwinked literally and
metaphorically, placing himself in a cult and under a curse.
Rob Sandilands
2009-09-13 08:45:32 UTC
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Post by Darth Simian
Yes they do.
Fiji freemasons held for sorcery
... you're about a month or so late on this one, old son ...
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When a freemason is being initiated into the third degree he is struck
on the forhead in the dark, falling back either into a coffin or onto
a coffin shape design. His fellow masons lift him up and when he opens
his eyes he is confronted with a human skull and crossed bones. Under
this death threat how can any freemason of third degree or higher be
trusted, particularly in public office? He is hoodwinked literally and
metaphorically, placing himself in a cult and under a curse.
... close ... but no cigar ...
Jim Bennie
2009-09-13 22:00:11 UTC
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Post by Rob Sandilands
Post by Darth Simian
When a freemason is being initiated into the third degree he is struck
on the forhead in the dark, falling back either into a coffin or onto
a coffin shape design. His fellow masons lift him up and when he opens
his eyes he is confronted with a human skull and crossed bones. Under
this death threat
... close ... but no cigar ...
Not even close, Rob. There's no death threat, let alone a cigar. Your
correspondent has decided to invent his own Masonic ceremony, conveniently
fitting his bias.

Remarkable if he "knows" the ceremony so well, he can't quote the actual
words spoken at that point where someone is saying they'll kill the
candidate.

His "cult" comment has been proven time and time again to be weak, and he's
using it as a lame buzzword. How many cults suspend people for non payment
of dues? Or tell them their private lives come ahead of their membership in
a fraternity.

Jim, Vancouver
Rob Sandilands
2009-09-14 08:55:03 UTC
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Post by Jim Bennie
Post by Rob Sandilands
Post by Darth Simian
When a freemason is being initiated into the third degree he is struck
on the forhead in the dark, falling back either into a coffin or onto
a coffin shape design. His fellow masons lift him up and when he opens
his eyes he is confronted with a human skull and crossed bones. Under
this death threat
... close ... but no cigar ...
Not even close, Rob. There's no death threat, let alone a cigar. Your
correspondent has decided to invent his own Masonic ceremony, conveniently
fitting his bias.
Remarkable if he "knows" the ceremony so well, he can't quote the actual
words spoken at that point where someone is saying they'll kill the
candidate.
His "cult" comment has been proven time and time again to be weak, and he's
using it as a lame buzzword. How many cults suspend people for non payment
of dues? Or tell them their private lives come ahead of their membership in
a fraternity.
Jim, Vancouver
... aw, Jim ... you spoil all my fun ... and I'm running low on troll
bait ...
Mudge
2009-09-14 20:41:04 UTC
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... aw, Jim ... you spoil all my fun ... and I'm running low on troll bait ...
Me throws a big box of fresh troll bait in the general direction of Canberrer

And large moist fresh hot Battered puddinge in the general direction of
Adelaide
--
The Canadian Curmudgeon (in Calgary)
Save our precious CO2 - plant many trees
Darth Simian
2009-10-14 03:23:24 UTC
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Yes they do.

Fiji freemasons held for sorcery
A group of freemasons have had to spend a night in jail in Fiji, after
local villagers complained they were practising witchcraft.
The 14 men, including eight Australians and a New Zealander, had been
holding a night-time meeting on Denerau island.
The New Zealand man told reporters he had spent a "wretched" time in
jail, and blamed the mix-up on the actions of "dopey village people".
Police also seized wands, compasses and a skull from the freemasons'
lodge.
Freemasonry is a centuries-old club that practises secret rituals and
has more than five million members worldwide.
The New Zealander, who did not want to give his name, told the New
Zealand Herald that Tuesday night's meeting was "interrupted by a
banging on the door, and there were these village people and the
police demanding to be let in".
Nothing sinister was going on, he claimed, but "such is the nature of
life in Fiji" they were taken to a nearby police station.
The freemasons insist they had a permit for the meeting and were
released after spending an uncomfortable night there.
Police director of operations Waisea Tabakau told Legend FM News in
Fiji that the group was being investigated for "allegedly practising
sorcery", the Fiji Village website reported.
The New Zealand man said that when they were freed the following
morning, they were told their release was on the orders of the prime
minister's office.
Emergency regulations imposed by Fiji's military regime allow police
to detain people for up to 48 hours without charge.
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/asia-pacific/8153159.stm
--
When a freemason is being initiated into the third degree he is struck
on the forhead in the dark, falling back either into a coffin or onto
a coffin shape design. His fellow masons lift him up and when he opens
his eyes he is confronted with a human skull and crossed bones. Under
this death threat how can any freemason of third degree or higher be
trusted, particularly in public office? He is hoodwinked literally and
metaphorically, placing himself in a cult and under a curse.
kiv 11
2009-10-14 17:43:26 UTC
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On Oct 13, 11:23�pm, Darth Simian
Post by Darth Simian
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When a freemason is being initiated into the third degree he is struck
on the forhead in the dark, falling back either into a coffin or onto
a coffin shape design. His fellow masons lift him up and when he opens
his eyes he is confronted with a human skull and crossed bones. Under
this death threat how can any freemason of third degree or higher be
trusted, particularly in public office? He is hoodwinked literally and
metaphorically, placing himself in a cult and under a curse.
Wasn't true when you posted this exact same paragraph on Sept. 13th,
still not true today. Care to waste everyone's time and try again or
will you admit that you have no idea what you are writing about?
Larry The Mason From Holbrook
2009-10-14 17:47:51 UTC
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Post by kiv 11
Wasn't true when you posted this exact same paragraph on Sept. 13th,
still not true today.
George, you know full well that facts have never been a obstacle to the
AJ club's claims.
Post by kiv 11
Care to waste everyone's time and try again or
will you admit that you have no idea what you are writing about?
I think if it does one it will accomplish both.
--
PM, Holbrook #30, AF&AM | Forest Grove #37, RAM | Tualatin #31, OES
RP, Acacia #22, Amaranth | Sunset #20, Cryptic | Dad, Hillsboro #24,
IORG
Darth Simian
2009-10-28 04:44:38 UTC
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Yes they do.

Fiji freemasons held for sorcery
A group of freemasons have had to spend a night in jail in Fiji, after
local villagers complained they were practising witchcraft.
The 14 men, including eight Australians and a New Zealander, had been
holding a night-time meeting on Denerau island.
The New Zealand man told reporters he had spent a "wretched" time in
jail, and blamed the mix-up on the actions of "dopey village people".
Police also seized wands, compasses and a skull from the freemasons'
lodge.
Freemasonry is a centuries-old club that practises secret rituals and
has more than five million members worldwide.
The New Zealander, who did not want to give his name, told the New
Zealand Herald that Tuesday night's meeting was "interrupted by a
banging on the door, and there were these village people and the
police demanding to be let in".
Nothing sinister was going on, he claimed, but "such is the nature of
life in Fiji" they were taken to a nearby police station.
The freemasons insist they had a permit for the meeting and were
released after spending an uncomfortable night there.
Police director of operations Waisea Tabakau told Legend FM News in
Fiji that the group was being investigated for "allegedly practising
sorcery", the Fiji Village website reported.
The New Zealand man said that when they were freed the following
morning, they were told their release was on the orders of the prime
minister's office.
Emergency regulations imposed by Fiji's military regime allow police
to detain people for up to 48 hours without charge.
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/asia-pacific/8153159.stm
--
When a freemason is being initiated into the third degree he is struck
on the forhead in the dark, falling back either into a coffin or onto
a coffin shape design. His fellow masons lift him up and when he opens
his eyes he is confronted with a human skull and crossed bones. Under
this death threat how can any freemason of third degree or higher be
trusted, particularly in public office? He is hoodwinked literally and
metaphorically, placing himself in a cult and under a curse.
Larry The Mason From Holbrook
2009-10-28 15:40:31 UTC
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On 27/10/2009 21:44, Darth Simian
Post by Darth Simian
Yes they do.
Sorry, but they don't. The all-too-sensationalized media reports do
little to express fact. But I'm sure you were aware of and deftly
ignored the facts.
--
PM, Holbrook #30, AF&AM | Forest Grove #37, RAM | Tualatin #31, OES
RP, Acacia #22, Amaranth | Sunset #20, Cryptic | Dad, Hillsboro #24, IORG
Darth Simian
2009-10-29 22:38:21 UTC
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Yes they do.

Fiji freemasons held for sorcery
A group of freemasons have had to spend a night in jail in Fiji, after
local villagers complained they were practising witchcraft.
The 14 men, including eight Australians and a New Zealander, had been
holding a night-time meeting on Denerau island.
The New Zealand man told reporters he had spent a "wretched" time in
jail, and blamed the mix-up on the actions of "dopey village people".
Police also seized wands, compasses and a skull from the freemasons'
lodge.
Freemasonry is a centuries-old club that practises secret rituals and
has more than five million members worldwide.
The New Zealander, who did not want to give his name, told the New
Zealand Herald that Tuesday night's meeting was "interrupted by a
banging on the door, and there were these village people and the
police demanding to be let in".
Nothing sinister was going on, he claimed, but "such is the nature of
life in Fiji" they were taken to a nearby police station.
The freemasons insist they had a permit for the meeting and were
released after spending an uncomfortable night there.
Police director of operations Waisea Tabakau told Legend FM News in
Fiji that the group was being investigated for "allegedly practising
sorcery", the Fiji Village website reported.
The New Zealand man said that when they were freed the following
morning, they were told their release was on the orders of the prime
minister's office.
Emergency regulations imposed by Fiji's military regime allow police
to detain people for up to 48 hours without charge.
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/asia-pacific/8153159.stm
--
When a freemason is being initiated into the third degree he is struck
on the forhead in the dark, falling back either into a coffin or onto
a coffin shape design. His fellow masons lift him up and when he opens
his eyes he is confronted with a human skull and crossed bones. Under
this death threat how can any freemason of third degree or higher be
trusted, particularly in public office? He is hoodwinked literally and
metaphorically, placing himself in a cult and under a curse.
Darth Simian
2009-11-05 18:08:19 UTC
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Yes they do.

Fiji freemasons held for sorcery
A group of freemasons have had to spend a night in jail in Fiji, after
local villagers complained they were practising witchcraft.
The 14 men, including eight Australians and a New Zealander, had been
holding a night-time meeting on Denerau island.
The New Zealand man told reporters he had spent a "wretched" time in
jail, and blamed the mix-up on the actions of "dopey village people".
Police also seized wands, compasses and a skull from the freemasons'
lodge.
Freemasonry is a centuries-old club that practises secret rituals and
has more than five million members worldwide.
The New Zealander, who did not want to give his name, told the New
Zealand Herald that Tuesday night's meeting was "interrupted by a
banging on the door, and there were these village people and the
police demanding to be let in".
Nothing sinister was going on, he claimed, but "such is the nature of
life in Fiji" they were taken to a nearby police station.
The freemasons insist they had a permit for the meeting and were
released after spending an uncomfortable night there.
Police director of operations Waisea Tabakau told Legend FM News in
Fiji that the group was being investigated for "allegedly practising
sorcery", the Fiji Village website reported.
The New Zealand man said that when they were freed the following
morning, they were told their release was on the orders of the prime
minister's office.
Emergency regulations imposed by Fiji's military regime allow police
to detain people for up to 48 hours without charge.
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/asia-pacific/8153159.stm
--
When a freemason is being initiated into the third degree he is struck
on the forhead in the dark, falling back either into a coffin or onto
a coffin shape design. His fellow masons lift him up and when he opens
his eyes he is confronted with a human skull and crossed bones. Under
this death threat how can any freemason of third degree or higher be
trusted, particularly in public office? He is hoodwinked literally and
metaphorically, placing himself in a cult and under a curse.
Darth Simian
2009-11-10 08:23:00 UTC
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Yes they do.

Fiji freemasons held for sorcery
A group of freemasons have had to spend a night in jail in Fiji, after
local villagers complained they were practising witchcraft.
The 14 men, including eight Australians and a New Zealander, had been
holding a night-time meeting on Denerau island.
The New Zealand man told reporters he had spent a "wretched" time in
jail, and blamed the mix-up on the actions of "dopey village people".
Police also seized wands, compasses and a skull from the freemasons'
lodge.
Freemasonry is a centuries-old club that practises secret rituals and
has more than five million members worldwide.
The New Zealander, who did not want to give his name, told the New
Zealand Herald that Tuesday night's meeting was "interrupted by a
banging on the door, and there were these village people and the
police demanding to be let in".
Nothing sinister was going on, he claimed, but "such is the nature of
life in Fiji" they were taken to a nearby police station.
The freemasons insist they had a permit for the meeting and were
released after spending an uncomfortable night there.
Police director of operations Waisea Tabakau told Legend FM News in
Fiji that the group was being investigated for "allegedly practising
sorcery", the Fiji Village website reported.
The New Zealand man said that when they were freed the following
morning, they were told their release was on the orders of the prime
minister's office.
Emergency regulations imposed by Fiji's military regime allow police
to detain people for up to 48 hours without charge.
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/asia-pacific/8153159.stm
--
When a freemason is being initiated into the third degree he is struck
on the forhead in the dark, falling back either into a coffin or onto
a coffin shape design. His fellow masons lift him up and when he opens
his eyes he is confronted with a human skull and crossed bones. Under
this death threat how can any freemason of third degree or higher be
trusted, particularly in public office? He is hoodwinked literally and
metaphorically, placing himself in a cult and under a curse.
Darth Simian
2009-11-11 15:24:05 UTC
Permalink
Yes they do.

Fiji freemasons held for sorcery
A group of freemasons have had to spend a night in jail in Fiji, after
local villagers complained they were practising witchcraft.
The 14 men, including eight Australians and a New Zealander, had been
holding a night-time meeting on Denerau island.
The New Zealand man told reporters he had spent a "wretched" time in
jail, and blamed the mix-up on the actions of "dopey village people".
Police also seized wands, compasses and a skull from the freemasons'
lodge.
Freemasonry is a centuries-old club that practises secret rituals and
has more than five million members worldwide.
The New Zealander, who did not want to give his name, told the New
Zealand Herald that Tuesday night's meeting was "interrupted by a
banging on the door, and there were these village people and the
police demanding to be let in".
Nothing sinister was going on, he claimed, but "such is the nature of
life in Fiji" they were taken to a nearby police station.
The freemasons insist they had a permit for the meeting and were
released after spending an uncomfortable night there.
Police director of operations Waisea Tabakau told Legend FM News in
Fiji that the group was being investigated for "allegedly practising
sorcery", the Fiji Village website reported.
The New Zealand man said that when they were freed the following
morning, they were told their release was on the orders of the prime
minister's office.
Emergency regulations imposed by Fiji's military regime allow police
to detain people for up to 48 hours without charge.
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/asia-pacific/8153159.stm
--
When a freemason is being initiated into the third degree he is struck
on the forhead in the dark, falling back either into a coffin or onto
a coffin shape design. His fellow masons lift him up and when he opens
his eyes he is confronted with a human skull and crossed bones. Under
this death threat how can any freemason of third degree or higher be
trusted, particularly in public office? He is hoodwinked literally and
metaphorically, placing himself in a cult and under a curse.
Darth Simian
2009-11-12 23:36:22 UTC
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Yes they do.

Fiji freemasons held for sorcery
A group of freemasons have had to spend a night in jail in Fiji, after
local villagers complained they were practising witchcraft.
The 14 men, including eight Australians and a New Zealander, had been
holding a night-time meeting on Denerau island.
The New Zealand man told reporters he had spent a "wretched" time in
jail, and blamed the mix-up on the actions of "dopey village people".
Police also seized wands, compasses and a skull from the freemasons'
lodge.
Freemasonry is a centuries-old club that practises secret rituals and
has more than five million members worldwide.
The New Zealander, who did not want to give his name, told the New
Zealand Herald that Tuesday night's meeting was "interrupted by a
banging on the door, and there were these village people and the
police demanding to be let in".
Nothing sinister was going on, he claimed, but "such is the nature of
life in Fiji" they were taken to a nearby police station.
The freemasons insist they had a permit for the meeting and were
released after spending an uncomfortable night there.
Police director of operations Waisea Tabakau told Legend FM News in
Fiji that the group was being investigated for "allegedly practising
sorcery", the Fiji Village website reported.
The New Zealand man said that when they were freed the following
morning, they were told their release was on the orders of the prime
minister's office.
Emergency regulations imposed by Fiji's military regime allow police
to detain people for up to 48 hours without charge.
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/asia-pacific/8153159.stm
--
When a freemason is being initiated into the third degree he is struck
on the forhead in the dark, falling back either into a coffin or onto
a coffin shape design. His fellow masons lift him up and when he opens
his eyes he is confronted with a human skull and crossed bones. Under
this death threat how can any freemason of third degree or higher be
trusted, particularly in public office? He is hoodwinked literally and
metaphorically, placing himself in a cult and under a curse.

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