I was reading this in a members blog here and I'm wondering... is this true?Masonist don't even bother speaking outright about anything. They don't even put their thoughts out there. They hide their minds in their body or somewhere else so it's harder to have their thoughts read.
And masonist/satanist I not respect in the slightest. Esoteric schools, is not about talking about facts, it's about seeing through similar perspective so you don't even have to communicate. You just say keywords and stick a load of telepathic context into it, and in a regular conversation slip in a bunch of information. That is the power of being a good speaker. Not winning the "hearts and minds of the people" which is never the case, but winning the lust of the people.
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Wisdom comes from asking questions
Nothing really matters, love is all we need. - Madonna
I predict the weather will be unpredictable this year - Sylvia Browne
An eye for an eye only ends up making the whole world blind - Gandhi
If it doesn't make sense, it's usually not true. - Judge Judy
No. You would never advance into the higher levels of Masonry if you ever exhibited those characteristics. The sole purpose of Masonry, if you strip it to its base is to create a better world for everyone and while they do keep the "inner circle" of their knowledge to themselves its out of their sacred belief in Brotherhood, that any man can obtain this knowledge if he seeks it, and seeks it in the right Light for that matter.
I am seeking to be a Mason, but I can tell you that they are not "Satanists" this usually comes from their supposed affiliation with certain symbols. The first is Bahomet, sacred Goat of the Knights Templar and the Cross of the Brazen Serpent. Second the most, highly guarded secret of esoteric philosophy or the allegory of "The Fall of the Morning Star" or Lucifer. Like all of the esoteric, they hold certain truths or perverted evils just as Bahomet guards the Secrets of the Mysteries he tells you to choose the Left-Hand or Right Hand Path.
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