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Discussion in 'History Forum' started by anlgp, Feb 16, 2009.

  1. Themole

    Themole Season Ticket Holder

    Jan 4, 2008
    Palatka Fl.
    Seriously! I've appreciated enjoyed this more than anything I can recall in a long time. Other than my grandchildren.
  2. emeraldfin

    emeraldfin All I've got is insane

    Dec 12, 2007
    Carlow, Ireland

    What do you know of Propaganda Due (P2) and whats your take on it?
  3. Big E

    Big E Plus sized porn star

    Nov 29, 2007
    Bloomington, IN.
    I'm not even sure why you brought it up to begin with, I'm not trying to offend you but you arent really supposed to talk about it outside of the masons. I've been trying to get in for yrs, but there is so much to it, and it is very time consuming. My father is one, my uncle Guy died a mason, and at his funeral the Masons did a prayer for him, it was incredible. I want to be a mason, and when I feel I am ready to honer and respect my family members that were or are in the Mason family I will do so.
  4. anlgp

    anlgp ↑ ↑ ↓ ↓ ← → ← → B A

    i know what i am and what i am not supposed to talk about. I was there when I took the obligations and you are not a member. There is very little I can't say. the perception that you can't talk about masonry AT ALL is a myth. You just can't say what goes on behind closed doors and I have said nothing of the sort. You have to memorize what you obligate yourself to and I still have it in my head even though I have not visited. You didn't offend me and I don't want this to come off as such I'm just setting the fact straight from what my experience has taught me. Some people don't like to talk about it, others do. Some people wear rings and other masonic things. others do not. It is all in who you are.

    I have performed a funeral service as I was a chaplain in the lodge. It is a beautiful ceremony.

    And why if you wanted to be one have you not asked? That is all you have to do. It is only time consuming at first and can become whatever you want after you learn the ritual; which generally only takes about half a year anymore for most US lodges...

    RE P2, there's a lot of information out there http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Propaganda_Due and my take on it is they are shifty and using the name wrongly.
  5. sking29

    sking29 What it takes to be cool

    Dec 9, 2007
    East Tennessee
    By the way guys I am pretty sure all Christian tombstones face the east because that is the direction Jesus is supposed to return from when the dead are resurrected.
  6. anlgp

    anlgp ↑ ↑ ↓ ↓ ← → ← → B A

    could be. i don't think there are any masonic references to it that's for sure.
  7. sking29

    sking29 What it takes to be cool

    Dec 9, 2007
    East Tennessee
    I was just responding to the thread about Christian tombstones. I know the dead person's head is supposed to be facing east.

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