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Old 05-09-2011, 09:05 AM   #1721
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you got me so interested i think i want to join a lodge now.
Have attempted to before. I didn't earn enough money. But they let me read their library. I have other initiations anyway. The Golden Dawn is expensive 'cos of the regalia.
Any invitations?
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Old 06-09-2011, 12:35 PM   #1722
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you got me so interested i think i want to join a lodge now.
Have attempted to before. I didn't earn enough money. But they let me read their library. I have other initiations anyway. The Golden Dawn is expensive 'cos of the regalia.
Any invitations?
They wouldn't let you join the lodge because you didn't earn enough money? Would you care to explain that a little more?
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Old 07-09-2011, 12:27 PM   #1723
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"So mote it be" is a ritual phrase used by Freemasons and more recently Neopagans. It means "so may it be", and may be said at the end of a prayer in a similar way to "amen". The phrase appears at the end of the 14th century Halliwell or Regius Manuscript, the earliest known Masonic document.

The phrase has been taken up by neopagans and they use it in a similar way in their ceremonies and rituals.

The Matthew Cooke Manuscript is the oldest of a class of about one hundred early documents known as Freemasonry's Gothic Constitutions, and the second oldest known manuscript in Masonic history. Typically, the Gothic Constitutions included an invocation, a mythical legend of ancient Masonry, a list of charges and regulations for Masons, and an oath or obligation.



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Old 09-09-2011, 02:15 PM   #1724
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"So mote it be" is a ritual phrase used by Freemasons and more recently Neopagans. It means "so may it be", and may be said at the end of a prayer in a similar way to "amen". The phrase appears at the end of the 14th century Halliwell or Regius Manuscript, the earliest known Masonic document.

The phrase has been taken up by neopagans and they use it in a similar way in their ceremonies and rituals.

The Matthew Cooke Manuscript is the oldest of a class of about one hundred early documents known as Freemasonry's Gothic Constitutions, and the second oldest known manuscript in Masonic history. Typically, the Gothic Constitutions included an invocation, a mythical legend of ancient Masonry, a list of charges and regulations for Masons, and an oath or obligation.

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Most in pagan wiccan ritual is taken from Masonry as Gerald Gardner was friends with Alester Crowley, both masons, Alester C. founder of the golden dawn...each went their own way...Gardner preferred the Goddess emphasis...a matter of personality & taste...but kept the rituals...some reviewed by Doreen Valiente...then by the Ferrars...or Alex Sanders...but at the root is is the same origin
Masons sense the initiations of wicca...they also recognize the knowledge...i mean indidivually not officially...officially it might annoy them? I sensed that at least once in London...won't go into it...
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Old 09-09-2011, 04:11 PM   #1725
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...won't go into it...
Me neither...anymore.

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Old 09-09-2011, 06:23 PM   #1726
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It's No Secret: Real Men Wear Aprons is the first official insider's document about the group in Australia, which boasts about 4000 members in Brisbane alone.

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Old 09-09-2011, 06:36 PM   #1727
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"If, on your path, you have to fight forces more powerful than yourself, you must fight their thoughts relentlessly.

If you are positive that your path is the true one, you must proceed, even if you are alone. Never hide your deeds.

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Old 10-09-2011, 12:48 PM   #1728
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The fate of the Craft in Iran forms the greatest Masonic catastrophe since the Second World War. The discovery of oil in Persia brought many British workers and traders, a percentage of whom were Masons. Scotland was the most active in issuing warrants, beginning with Lodge Light in Iran #1191 at Shiraz in 1919, which later moved to Teheran. Three other Scottish lodges followed prior to World War Two. England weighed in with St George Abadan Lodge #6058 at Abadan in 1945. French (GLNF) and German lodges were also erected in the country after the War.

Subsequently, the growth of the Craft in Iran led to moves to form a Grand Lodge, and this was achieved with Scottish sponsorship in 1969. By 1978, the Grand Lodge of Iran had 43 lodges and 1,035 members. That was the last year of its existence in Iran. The Islamic Revolutionary Government took control of Iran in that year, whereupon the Islamic Revolution Guards immediately raided all Masonic Temples and confiscated the property of all lodges. They reportedly found a list of 700 members in the residence of the Grand Master, Ja’afar Sherif Emami, who was formerly Prime Minister to the Shah. The Islamic Revolution in Iran saw Freemasonry swept away rapidly, and it appears that a number of Masons suffered execution at its hands. Whether these deaths were occasioned for political or anti-Masonic reasons will probably never be known, and the fate of many Iranian Masons may equally remain a mystery.

Many Iranian Masons, however, escaped to the USA, where they formed the Grand Lodge of Iran in exile. A reasonable number of American Grand Lodges, in particular, accord fraternal recognition to the Grand Lodge of Iran in exile, which maintains an office in California.


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Old 13-09-2011, 04:30 PM   #1729
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Hello!
someone asked "what is the basis of masonic ritual?"
You answered rightly...a legend...
the basis of the philosophy is Gnosis which is "knowledged". Hence it is not a "salvation" through a messiah or through rituals although rituals contribute to help the initiate on its path but it is a way of learning and personal development through one's own efforts.
There is no one between you and the forces invocked. They are powerful forces.
Although they pretend this is not a religion there are rituals and symbols like in all religion. Lets say it is a kind of all englobing religion or anti-religion in the sense of anti all that is "unique".
For the rest Masons do not know who are the forces worshipped at the top for only the high ranks get to know about them. By them they are well into it and their mentality has grown with it and is ready to accept whatever the answer is.
Finding this out at the onset would be useful but it is precisely what people are not taught until much later on.
This said on learns a lot in free-masonery and some very clever people come out of this mouvement.
The aim is to be like Prometheus to steal the fire from the Gods. Whoever the "Gods" are? and that you don't know at the beginning.
But people do love a bit of mystery don't they?
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Old 13-09-2011, 08:32 PM   #1730
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Old 13-09-2011, 08:33 PM   #1731
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Old 21-09-2011, 10:33 PM   #1732
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Knights and Ladies Companion use the post-nominal letters "KG" and "LG" respectively...



The Most Noble Order of the Garter is the highest order of chivalry, or knighthood, existing in England, founded in 1348. The Order is dedicated to the image and arms of St. George as England's patron saint, and is presently bestowed on recipients from British and other Commonwealth realms; after peerages, it is the pinnacle of the honours system in the United Kingdom. Membership in the order is limited to the Sovereign, the Prince of Wales, and no more than twenty-four members, or Companions; the order also comprises Supernumerary knights and ladies (e.g., members of the British Royal Family and foreign monarchs). Bestowing the honour has been described as one of the Monarch's few remaining truly personal, executive prerogatives...

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Old 25-09-2011, 11:12 PM   #1733
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Old 26-09-2011, 03:22 PM   #1734
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The Mossad (Hebrew: המוסד‎, Arabic: الموساد‎), short for HaMossad leModi'in uleTafkidim Meyuchadim (Institute for Intelligence and Special Operations) (Hebrew: המוסד למודיעין ולתפקידים מיוחדים‎ Arabic: الموساد للاستخبارات والمهام الخاصة‎ al-Mōsād lil-Istiḫbārāt wal-Mahāmm al-Ḫāṣṣah), is the national intelligence agency of Israel.



The Mossad is responsible for intelligence collection and covert operations which are suspected to include targeted killings and paramilitary activities beyond Israel's borders, bringing Jews to Israel from countries where official Aliyah agencies are forbidden, and protecting Jewish communities worldwide



The largest department of the Mossad is Collections, tasked with many aspects of conducting espionage overseas. Employees in the Collections Department operate under a variety of covers, including diplomatic and unofficial



"Where no counsel is, the people fall, but in the multitude of counselors there is safety."


"For by wise guidance you can wage your war"

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Old 26-09-2011, 03:33 PM   #1735
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Old 27-09-2011, 04:33 PM   #1736
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This list of RAF Stations is a list of all current stations, airfields, and administrative headquarters of the Royal Air Force...



Current MOD and RAF Stations...



RAF Feltwell is a Royal Air Force station in Norfolk, East Anglia that is currently used by the United States Air Forces Europe. The station is located about 10 miles west of Thetford, and is in the borough of King's Lynn at approximate Ordnance Survey grid reference TL 715 900...



The aim of the operation was to destroy the missiles and the aircraft that carried them, and to kill the pilots in their quarters...



The airfield was built during the period of expansion of the RAF in the late 1930s and is similar in layout to many of the other RAF airfields of the period (for example RAF Marham, RAF Watton and RAF West Raynham). The airfield was home to a number of heavy bomber squadrons of the RAF during World War II. Post war RAF Thor Missiles were stationed here at the time of the Cuban Missile Crisis.

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Iran releases the 52 Americans held for 444 days within minutes of Ronald Reagan succeeding Jimmy Carter as the President of the United States, ending the Iran hostage crisis.

An earthquake of 6.8 magnitude in Sichuan, China kills 150...In Italy the Propaganda Due Masonic Lodge is discovered.

Hyatt Regency walkway collapse: Two skywalks filled with people at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Kansas City, Missouri collapse into a crowded atrium lobby, killing 114...The No. 21 Mine explosion in Whitwell, Tennessee kills 13...Cuba suffers a major outbreak of Dengue fever, with 344,203 cases.

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Old 27-09-2011, 06:47 PM   #1737
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Most in pagan wiccan ritual is taken from Masonry as Gerald Gardner was friends with Alester Crowley, both masons, Alester C. founder of the golden dawn...each went their own way...Gardner preferred the Goddess emphasis...a matter of personality & taste...but kept the rituals...some reviewed by Doreen Valiente...then by the Ferrars...or Alex Sanders...but at the root is is the same origin
Masons sense the initiations of wicca...they also recognize the knowledge...i mean indidivually not officially...officially it might annoy them? I sensed that at least once in London...won't go into it...

I don't think he was the founder of The Golden Dawn
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Old 05-10-2011, 11:11 PM   #1738
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. Crowley's present day admirers see him as a white magician, but Crowley himself was not so sure about it. In the 1920s he wrote in his diary: "I may be a black magician but I'm bloody great one."



Energetically he established 'black magic temples' in Italy ...

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The Isle of Man (pronounced "I Love Man") is a small island-nation located just off the west coast of England Classic. Though it certainly exists in one fashion or another, many lawmakers debate it's physical existence due to a controversial act passed by British Parliament during the short-lived reign of the French Surrealists Party in 1926, declaring the island as non-existent. This act has never officially been revoked.

Often described by tourists as "a bit like that Island in Father Ted, except it isn't funny", the Isle of Man is known for its intolerance to all races, religions and creeds as well as a vast tax dodging populace of stereotypical billionaires, terrorists and bond villans...

Now the whole world's gonna know that you died scratching my balls! ....

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Though racism of other cultures should not be down played, the people of the Isle of Man hold the English race in much lower regard than any other. Though this makes sense historically, it has been making less and less sense in recent years as it continues to adopt culture, law, social aspirations and immigrants from it's neighborer. This has happened to such a large extent now that English hatred could be described as an ironic and upsetting self-loathing.

Uninterestingly, the Bee Gees were born on the Isle of Man. As this is the Isle's sole claim to fame, Manx schoolchildren are required to kneel and 'pledge allegiance to the Gibbs' on a daily basis, and wear flares and stick-on beards to school. These scenes of mass idolatry resemble the Nuremberg rallies, only with a lot more hair and flare involved.



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Most Manx people support Liverpool FC or Manchester United (by support I mean huddle around the one radio in Douglas and cheer “you'll never walk alone, yessir” or “out with the Glazers, yessir”. Scientists have speculated that by 2012 Man will cease to be populated, due to the spiralling suicide statistics. In a bid to curb suicide in Man, the Manx Government (Laurel & Hardy – you can’t make this up!) funded a coach trip to Morecambe for the Manx residents, believing it would lift the national spirit. 2 survived, albeit with heavily bandaged wrists.

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Everyone one the isle of man thinks in the same way, none of them are unique or individual. They are ignorant, racist nobodies who should not be allowed to leave their shit island.

Some theorise that He-Man was the original son of Man, and every November 5th the Manx symbolically burn effigies of Skeletor.

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All aboard! The Manx Railway is globally known worldwide as one of the finest, most up to date railway services in the world.

If you are unfortunate enough to ever encounter the Isle of Man there is currently no way of getting back to the mainland. This, along with constant rain, the smell of rotting shrimp, large earthworms devouring buildings, zombies, strange wandering people who murmur strange smutterings and the inability to build anything due to strong winds makes living on the Isle of Man just that bit harder, so come now and book your one trip holiday to the Isle of Man and make something more out of your summer, book online, by phone or by post .

http://uncyclopedia.wikia.com/wiki/Isle_of_Man
and England, and wrote numerous books...



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Oh cabbage-heads soaked in rum!
On the blink, on the tum!
It's right, tight, put out the light!
Putty faces!
Oh grimaces
At this time of night!
Let me draw, paint, sculp
Your faces of pulp!
Oh gulp!
Put out the light!
Diabolically, divinely bright tight!
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Old 18-10-2011, 09:11 AM   #1739
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The attacks continues in latin america.

They produces slaves for Xul facility (Mexico), using 2012 to create fear.

Catatonism induced by hypnosis, lida machines, etc.

epl 3762.

Do you have a Budha? No? Then you can create one using talidomide in pregnants!

Produced by freemasonry, aka mystical force.

and they talk: is not a crime!
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And you will see the most biggest concentration of manchurian candidate in the world!

Mkultra is the nem baptism. 2012 the nem armagedon.


it' Xul, Xul lies!

And the riots in england? mister perry was there...

Pay atention, this is the crucial point.
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