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Just got this from someone who genuinely seems to be in the know:

 

- One of the primary functions of Freemasons appears to be intelligence gathering

 

- Select members pass any important information they become aware of to a designated contact person in the local organization

 

- Information is gathered both about individuals of interest and about organizations ranging from local companies to country clubs

 

- The information is then passed up to a more central branch of the organization

 

- Members who manage to get hold of really good information are financially or otherwise rewarded

 

 

Basically, they appear to hoover up important information they can get hold of in their local area and pass it to a larger center somewhere.

 

 

Precisely what is then done with the information is anybody's guess...

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11 minutes ago, Truthblast said:

Just got this from someone who genuinely seems to be in the know:

 

- One of the primary functions of Freemasons appears to be intelligence gathering

 

- Select members pass any important information they become aware of to a designated contact person in the local organization

 

- Information is gathered both about individuals of interest and about organizations ranging from local companies to country clubs

 

- The information is then passed up to a more central branch of the organization

 

- Members who manage to get hold of really good information are financially or otherwise rewarded

 

 

Basically, they appear to hoover up important information they can get hold of in their local area and pass it to a larger center somewhere.

 

 

Precisely what is then done with the information is anybody's guess...

 

Brilliant post. Ive been observing this for years!

Think about it, every village and town has a Masonic Hall. Theyre always secretive and as you say, I reckon they are basically centres for harvesting local gossip, business info, dissident rebellion etc. Every little hall transfers its info up to a higher level, all highly organised, to those at the top. Ingenious! No wonder they have controlled everything for years with this well controlled system. All the halls are the same too - very cold, creepy vibe about them. No soul, no women, just men, arranged around a chessboard.

 

Probably happening to most of us, vampire people hovering, trying to get information, pretending to be friends.  I know its happening.  Be vigilant!

 

PGL Cornwall – The Provincial Grand Lodge of Cornwall

 

 

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4 hours ago, Truthblast said:

Just got this from someone who genuinely seems to be in the know:

 

- One of the primary functions of Freemasons appears to be intelligence gathering

 

- Select members pass any important information they become aware of to a designated contact person in the local organization

 

- Information is gathered both about individuals of interest and about organizations ranging from local companies to country clubs

 

- The information is then passed up to a more central branch of the organization

 

- Members who manage to get hold of really good information are financially or otherwise rewarded

 

 

Basically, they appear to hoover up important information they can get hold of in their local area and pass it to a larger center somewhere.

 

 

Precisely what is then done with the information is anybody's guess...

 

I would imagine this information gets passed on to these elite families who then in turn pass it on to the Vatican the home of Lucifer.

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At the risk of being lambasted again (got a lot of hatred for it years ago on here) my late father and ex husband were both Masons. Didn't ever get on with my dad, and divorced my husband, so no loyalty owed to them, but I have to say that much of the automatic distrust of Masons is way off the mark. The lodge they were in were mainly sweet, dithering old fogeys who just enjoyed the company of their boys club pals and were completely mystified about the hostility this attracts from some.

 

They couldn't do enough for local charities and certainly my ex (who I lived with for about 26 years) didn't even believe in conspiracies, let alone anything esoteric or Satanic. Even the idea that they automatically do favours for each other didn't wash there. It was an unspoken code that asking each other for any assistance would be very much frowned upon and thought unacceptable conduct. 

 

I don't doubt that there are dubious activities in some lodges and that the higher ranks (33 degrees) are as rotten with corruption as the upper echelons of every type of organisation., and possibly more so. But from what I've seen, it's far from the norm in the typical gatherings. 

 

Years back when I relayed this here, I was still married, and even had people accusing my then husband of automatically being a pedo. I can tell you straight that assumptions like that are as ridiculous as they are deeply offensive.

 

I was shown some comments made by one of the admin's here after I'd left (on bad terms) whereby according to her, she'd banned me countless times after my departure when I came back under lots of different guises. Apparently, this had something to do with my being a Freemason. I've never heard such tripe in my life! For one thing, I never tried to open an account in any other name, so the numerous people she'd thought were me were apparently banned for no reason at all. And I was never a Mason - it's a men's club, so had I wanted to join (which I definitely didn't) I wouldn't have been allowed to. The Masons I knew would probably never have heard of David Icke or encountered any forum of this kind. They were boring old dears. 

 

The reason I'm stating this is that even I find the speculation about Masons generally to be very ill informed when applied to the typical bloke who joins the local lodge for a bit of socialising. 

 

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1 hour ago, Tinfoil Hat said:

At the risk of being lambasted again (got a lot of hatred for it years ago on here) my late father and ex husband were both Masons. Didn't ever get on with my dad, and divorced my husband, so no loyalty owed to them, but I have to say that much of the automatic distrust of Masons is way off the mark. The lodge they were in were mainly sweet, dithering old fogeys who just enjoyed the company of their boys club pals and were completely mystified about the hostility this attracts from some.

 

They couldn't do enough for local charities and certainly my ex (who I lived with for about 26 years) didn't even believe in conspiracies, let alone anything esoteric or Satanic. Even the idea that they automatically do favours for each other didn't wash there. It was an unspoken code that asking each other for any assistance would be very much frowned upon and thought unacceptable conduct. 

 

I don't doubt that there are dubious activities in some lodges and that the higher ranks (33 degrees) are as rotten with corruption as the upper echelons of every type of organisation., and possibly more so. But from what I've seen, it's far from the norm in the typical gatherings. 

 

Years back when I relayed this here, I was still married, and even had people accusing my then husband of automatically being a pedo. I can tell you straight that assumptions like that are as ridiculous as they are deeply offensive.

 

I was shown some comments made by one of the admin's here after I'd left (on bad terms) whereby according to her, she'd banned me countless times after my departure when I came back under lots of different guises. Apparently, this had something to do with my being a Freemason. I've never heard such tripe in my life! For one thing, I never tried to open an account in any other name, so the numerous people she'd thought were me were apparently banned for no reason at all. And I was never a Mason - it's a men's club, so had I wanted to join (which I definitely didn't) I wouldn't have been allowed to. The Masons I knew would probably never have heard of David Icke or encountered any forum of this kind. They were boring old dears. 

 

The reason I'm stating this is that even I find the speculation about Masons generally to be very ill informed when applied to the typical bloke who joins the local lodge for a bit of socialising. 

 

Yes I knew charming neighbour who was apparently a mason and I very much doubt knew about anythingat all  about The above 33° at all .etc etc 

My great grandfather was in Scots guards so I suppose that made him a mason ?

 

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There's apparently about 200,000 Freemasons in the UK (and 6 million worldwide if you believe the link below) so that's far too many to all belong to a secret conspiracy. As well as keeping secrets from us non-Masons, they keep secrets from each other too, that's the whole point of having different levels of initiation isn't it? The secrets of the lower levels were made public a long time ago, so if there is anything sinister about them I'm guessing it's with the top of the tree and a select few lodges. 

 

Also when I used to belong to a Christian church I used to hear members saying things like they'd prefer to do business with other Christians because they thought they'd be more trustworthy; they'd also help each other out when in need.  I suppose that's the bond between members of any close community and not unique to Freemasons. 

 

https://www.ugle.org.uk/discover-freemasonry/frequently-asked-questions 

 

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used to be a group called VOMIT victims of masonically ill treated run by james todd ex mason allegedly but i believe everyone connected were actually still masons and were info gathering,there was another one called 2nd family run by joe stirling in glasgow who was connected to tony gosling who ran bilderberg.org ..gosling actually stole my masonfree nickname and linked it to his site..very devious character,was a forum moderator for uk 911 truth and frequently banned me on the forum

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I would never trust a freemason. My advice is never have anything to do with them. We formed an anti-lockdown group a while ago and it was completely wrecked and divided by a local masonic scumbag. It was fascinating watching how skillfully he worked and how stupid most people are.

Here's a drawing of mine: Masonic the Hedgehog!

 

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Two policemen in a patrol car stopped a man who they believed was drunk late one night. They asked him if he'd been drinking and he said 'yes I've just come from the Lodge, and I'm well drunk officer'!🤫The one policeman took the keys out of the man's ignition and said 'I'll drive your car home sir, and if you tell my colleague where you live, we'll take you home safely'😐 Ten minutes later they got to the man's large detached house, and the officer parked the car and handed the man his keys back. 'There you are sir', said the officer 'home safe and sound, and we'll say no more about it, O.K.'?🤫 'Oh by the way sir, which lodge had you been drinking in'?🤔 The man opened his front door, turned around and said 'Yates Wine Lodge, goodnight' and went inside with a big grin on his face!😛

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2 hours ago, Teardropexplodes said:

I would never trust a freemason. My advice is never have anything to do with them. We formed an anti-lockdown group a while ago and it was completely wrecked and divided by a local masonic scumbag. It was fascinating watching how skillfully he worked and how stupid most people are.

Here's a drawing of mine: Masonic the Hedgehog!

 

Forgot to link my drawing

https://www.instagram.com/p/BZZQbyiBFrr/?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=

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Has anyone ever wondered about this?

sarah.jpg.e1e17fddfb35529d71acb98d9e8a3b13.jpg      cabletow.webp.437b10eaf02385258621ff6379fb44c7.webp RING ANY BELLS? IT'S PART OF A MASONIC RITUAL, APPARENTLY!🤫

This is a picture by murdered schoolgirl 1427118146_sarah2.webp.f1c4a015960af79174e18814bd11b447.webp Sarah Payne aged eight who went missing on the 1st of July 2000 from a country lane whilst playing near her grandparent's home in Kingston Gorse in West Sussex! It hung on the wall of her classroom in Bell Farm junior school in Walton-On-Thames near London! It begs a lot of questions in any thinking person's mind, it sure does in mine anyway! I'm certainly no Einstein, but there are many issues that need to be addressed on this case! I've always felt, in the back of my mind, that Roy Whiting was a very convenient suspect with his previous history of sex crimes etc! Was someone high up the ladder calling for this investigation to be brought to a rapid conclussion and closed quickly?

Did you know that Sarah's dad was also friends with serial killer Levi Belfield who befriended him in a pub in Walton in 2014?, cuttings about Sarah's case were also found when the police searched Bellfield's flat!bellfield.jpg.2885b414f3d60b1ddc336924ebef0158.jpg

Serial killer Bellfield murdered three women including thirteen year old schoolgirl Milly Dowler from Walton in March 2002!

 

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Personally, I treat a lot of these Freemasonry posts, particularly those about the core of the society that are well below 33rd degree, as nothing but inexperienced hearsay.

 

Unless you have 'walked a mile in their shoes,' as the saying goes, then you are totally in the dark.

 

I myself only listen to the views of people who have actually experienced the Masons at 3rd degree (Master Mason) level,or greater.

 

 

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9 minutes ago, webtrekker said:

Personally, I treat a lot of these Freemasonry posts, particularly those about the core of the society that are well below 33rd degree, as nothing but inexperienced hearsay.

 

Unless you have 'walked a mile in their shoes,' as the saying goes, then you are totally in the dark.

 

I myself only listen to the views of people who have actually experienced the Masons at 3rd degree (Master Mason) level,or greater.

 

 

3 seams quite low... Like nursery? 🤔

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1 minute ago, Human10 said:

3 seams quite low... Like nursery? 


33rd degree is the third degree, 3rd subsection of a master mason.

Also 33rd degree means nothing really, its still compartmentalised, think Shaquille O'Neal. Very proud master mason, sheltered from the inner core as are most, including 33rd.

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2 hours ago, Steven Tansell said:

Has anyone ever wondered about this?

sarah.jpg.e1e17fddfb35529d71acb98d9e8a3b13.jpg      cabletow.webp.437b10eaf02385258621ff6379fb44c7.webp RING ANY BELLS? IT'S PART OF A MASONIC RITUAL, APPARENTLY!🤫

This is a picture by murdered schoolgirl 1427118146_sarah2.webp.f1c4a015960af79174e18814bd11b447.webp Sarah Payne aged eight who went missing on the 1st of July 2000 from a country lane whilst playing near her grandparent's home in Kingston Gorse in West Sussex! It hung on the wall of her classroom in Bell Farm junior school in Walton-On-Thames near London! It begs a lot of questions in any thinking person's mind, it sure does in mine anyway! I'm certainly no Einstein, but there are many issues that need to be addressed on this case! I've always felt, in the back of my mind, that Roy Whiting was a very convenient suspect with his previous history of sex crimes etc! Was someone high up the ladder calling for this investigation to be brought to a rapid conclussion and closed quickly?

Did you know that Sarah's dad was also friends with serial killer Levi Belfield who befriended him in a pub in Walton in 2014?, cuttings about Sarah's case were also found when the police searched Bellfield's flat!bellfield.jpg.2885b414f3d60b1ddc336924ebef0158.jpg

Serial killer Bellfield murdered three women including thirteen year old schoolgirl Milly Dowler from Walton in March 2002!

 

 

I couldn't recall the timings  so just looked it up - Bellfield was only imprisoned in 2008 & poor Sarah Payne was killed in 2000, so it's certainly feasible that he was the one.

 

The picture above is the slipshod & hoodwinked (or similar) ritual, which they still do. 

 

As for the drawing displayed in the school - had it just been the black & white chequered flooring I wouldn't bat an eye - I chose victorian style chequered tiles for my kitchen in a different house - but with what appears to be pillars there, and could be an odd apron on the figure, it does strike me as a strange thing to be on a school wall.

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8 minutes ago, Human10 said:

3 seams quite low... Like nursery? 🤔

 

Most folk taking up Freemasonry never take it much further than the first 3 degrees which qualify them as a member of the group.

 

Most have never even heard of 33rd degree and all the conspiracy shite surrounding it.

 

It's my understanding that the vast majority of Freemasons range from Entered Apprentice to Worshipful Master of their Lodge.

 

 

 

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6 minutes ago, webtrekker said:

 

Most folk taking up Freemasonry never take it much further than the first 3 degrees which qualify them as a member of the group.

 

Most have never even heard of 33rd degree and all the conspiracy shite surrounding it.

 

It's my understanding that the vast majority of Freemasons range from Entered Apprentice to Worshipful Master of their Lodge.

 

 

 

Probably they attend for a free cake 😉 I watched several movies and this Masonic club was portrayed as something what you do on Sundays when you have no life... 

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Put it this way, to paraphrase DI himself, "totalitarian tip-toe", well these people are doing a tip-toe towards Satanism. Its a cult that has false history on its side. 

Could be 360 degrees/subsections/compartments in some lodges/aspects of masonry.

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21 minutes ago, Human10 said:

Probably they attend for a free cake 😉 I watched several movies and this Masonic club was portrayed as something what you do on Sundays when you have no life... 

 

They don't get a free cake, or free anything! They pay a subscription, which pays for the building's rental or upkeep if it's owned. It's when blokes want to feel like they belong to a club but don't care for football etc basically. And Sundays? Usually a Masonic venue has lots of lodges using it, so they will each have their own meeting night throughout the week. 

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I remember telling my ex a long time ago about the similarities between the ceremony room to Gerald Gardiner's witch craft, and the kabala, and he just looked at me like I was mental, but then he suggested I offer to go & do a talk about it for his lodge. I had better things to do with a full time job & 2 young children to see to.

 

He did buy some books at my prompting on the links to the Knights Templar etc, and the root of Masonry going back to some bloke whose name now evades me, but those books really didn't delve into any esoteric type connections - their message was that it was all based on the ethos that everyone has a duty to be good to their fellow man  - so the exact opposite of what we believe of the higher degrees. So the corrupt side of things is very well hidden, and as a result, very much of what is discussed is just based on assumptions.

 

It's my personal belief that the typical lodges are thoroughly decent, worthy set-ups - many local charities would not survive without their anonymous donations - which are meant to be in place specifically to disguise the nastiness that secretly goes on in the higher echelons, and without the knowledge of that by their participants. 

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