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Afurisania impotriva francmasoneriei data de catre

Ciprian, Arhiepiscopul Ciprului

„Prin urmare, spunem ca, oricine fiind imbracat in sfintele vesminte cu
epitrahil si omofor, si un astfel de om va va bine vesti voua o alta Evanghelie afara
de ceea ce am bine vestit voua, macar de ar fi si Inger din cer, anatema sa fie.”
(Galateni, I, 8-9) Deci, oricati se alatura cu grabire acestei slujbe dracesti si
nelegiuite a francmasoneriei, si toti cei ce ii urmeaza in mandria si ratacirea lor, sa fie
afurisiti si dati anatemei de catre Tatal, Fiul si Sfantul Duh. Dupa moarte, ei nu vor
avea parte de iertare si dezlegare. Suspinand si tremurand, precum Cain, vor fi ei
asupra pamantului. (Facere IV, 14). Pamantul se va deschide si ii va inghiti ca pe
Dathan si Aviron (Numeri XVI, 31-32). Urgia lui Dumnezeu va fi asupra capetelor
lor, si partea lor cu Iuda vanzatorul. Ingerul Domnului ii va izgoni cu sabia de foc, si,
pana la sfarsitul vietii lor, nimic nu vor dobandi. Fie ca lucrarile si mestesugurile lor
sa fie blestemate si sa se inece intr-un nor de praf, ca o arie de treierat in miezul verii.
Si toti cei ce vor starui in rautatea lor vor avea parte de o atare rasplata. Dar toti cei
ce vor iesi din mijlocul lor si se vor deosebi, si vor scuipa uracioasa lor erezie, si se
vor lepada de blestemata lor mandrie, unii ca acestia vor primi plata zelotului Fineas;
adica vor fi binecuvantati si iertati de catre Tatal, Fiul si Sfantul Duh, Treimea cea
singura neamestecata si nedespartita, Unul Dumnezeu in fiinta, si de catre noi,
smeritii Sai slujitori. »

Declaratia lui Ciprian, Arhiepiscopul Ciprului. Cipru, 2 februarie, 1815
THE APHORISM AGAINST FREEMASONRY by Cyprianus, Archbishop of
Cyprus
"Wherefore, clad in the sacred vestments of epitrachelion and omophorion, we say,
If any man preach unto you any other gospel than that which we have preached unto
you, even though an angel from heaven, let him be accursed." (Gal. 1,8,9) As many
as are befitting, that pursue after such a diabolic and lawless employment of
Freemasonry, and all they that follow unto their infatuation and unto their error, let
them be excommunicated and accursed by the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.
After death, they shall be unpardoned, indissoluble, and bloated. Groaning and
trembling, as Cain, shall they be upon the earth. (Gen. 4:14). The earth shall cleave
and swallow them up, as Dathan and Abiram (Num. 16, 31-32). The wrath of God
shall be upon their heads, and their portion together with Judas the betrayer. An
angel of the Lord will prosecute them with a flaming sword and, unto their life's
termination, they will not know of progress. Let their works and toil be unblessed
and let them become a cloud of dust, as of a summer threshing-floor. And all they
indeed that shall abide still unto their wickedness will have such a recompense. But
as many as shall go out from the midst of them and shall be separated, and having
spat out their abominable heresy, and shall go afar off from their accursed
infatuation, such kind shall receive thte wages of the zealot Phineas; rather let them
be blessed and forgiven by the Father, and the Son, and the Holy Spirit, the Only
unconfused and undivided Trinity, the One God in nature, and by us His servants."
Declaration of Cyprianus, Archbishop of Cyprus. Cyprus, February 2nd, 1815