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Free Masons - Its Roots in the Occult

Free Masons - Its Roots in the Occult

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An in-depth look at the roots if Masonry. Is it Occult-based?
An in-depth look at the roots if Masonry. Is it Occult-based?

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11/12/2012

 
 
FreemasonsIts Roots & Links to theOccult
 
"Freemasonryis not Christianity, nor a substitute for it. Itdoes not meddle with sectarian creeds or doctrines, but
teachesfundamental religious truth.
" (Albert G. Mackey, "Encyclopediaof Freemasonry," page 162) "
Masonry, like all the Religions
, all the
Mysteries
,HermeticismandAlchemy, conceals its secrets from all except the Adepts and Sages, or the Elect, and
uses false explanations andmisinterpretations of its symbols to mislead
those who deserveonly to be misled; to conceal the Truth, which it calls Light, fromthem, and to draw them away from it." (Albert Pike, "Morals andDogma," page 104)"Drop the theological barnacles [timeless Biblical truths] fromthe religion of Jesus, as taught by Him, and by the
Essenes
and
Gnostics
of the first centuries, and it becomes Masonry, Masonryin its purity, derived as it is from the old HebrewKaballaas a partof 
the great universal religion
of the remotest antiquity." (J. D.Buck, "Mystic Masonry," page 119)
By a concerned Christian researcher who prefers to remainanonymous
On the surface, Freemasonry looks wholesome.
 
There is fellowship, loyalty, and the support of good causessuch as burn units in hospitals. The masonic motto is "Makinggood men better".Few men understand what they are getting into when they become Masons. Most Masons join because they trust friends, family members,or church members who invite them. Others join for businessconnections or political votes. Some men join because of masoniccharities.Most who join have no idea that, during their initiation, theywill be required to make solemn blood oaths.American Freemasonry includes local Lodges, Scottish RiteTemples, York Rite, and the Shriners. Prince Hall is a masonicorder for black men.The Eastern Star is an auxiliary organization for wives and adultdaughters of Masons. There are also masonic organizations for children -- DeMolay (for boys), Job's Daughters, and RainbowGirls.These are known as "adoptive" masonry, which means thatwives, sisters, daughters and sons of Masons are spirituallyadopted into the masonic order. As a result, they are under thespiritual authority of Freemasonry. (William Schnoebelen,Masonry: Beyond the Light, page 104) 
MASONS ARE DECEIVED
For the vast majority of Masons, Freemasonry is a lifelongsuccession of deceptions. Most Lodge leaders do not realize thatthey are deceiving their members. For the most part, they are
 
simply reciting the same things they have heard and said, over andover, assuming that they are right and good.However, the Princes and Adepts of Freemasonry deliberatelydeceive the Masons under them. (See Tom C. McKenney, "PleaseTell Me...Questions People Ask About Freemasonry -- and theAnswers," pages 123-133.) Masons take blood oaths, but are told that they are onlysymbolic. They participate in rituals that they don't understand,assuming that they must be alright because their masonic friendshave done it.This paper contains quotations which would shock mostMasons because they have never read what the highest Masons sayabout Freemasonry.Masonry is a system that confuses, deceives and controls men,getting them to do things that they would not do if they understoodthem.The highest-level Masons (Princes and Adepts) deliberatelydeceive the Masons under them. For example, Albert Pike was oneof the highest authorities in American Masonry. He was GrandCommander of the Southern Jurisdiction of the Scottish Rite of Freemasonry from 1859 to 1891. He was also Grand Commander of the Thirty-Third Degree, as well as a Prince Adept.His book "Morals and Dogma" is given to men when they reachthe 32nd degree. The following quotations from Pike's "Morals andDogma" show that Masons of the highest level deliberately deceivethe Masons below them."Part of 
the symbols are displayed there to the initiate, buthe is intentionally misled by false interpretations
. It is notintended that he shall understand them; but
it is intended that he

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