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Old 14-05-2015, 04:09 PM   #1265
lightgiver
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Lightbulb Grilling


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Originally Posted by tavingon View Post
Hi there.

I am from the Uk, in the midlands and will be joining the freemasons soon.

I have been for an initial meeting with the secretary, and last week I had a grilling by 9 guys (I think the lodge officers) about why I wanted to join and also the opportunity for questions.

They say they will be able to book my initiation for Feb. They told me there was an awful lot of bull on the net about them and that I should experience it for myself. I am open to any suggestions or feedback on here regarding this.


So,how did you get on ?..
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He turns out to be a demon disguised in human form, and is listed in the credits only as "Tarleton Demon...

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