Tom Delonge

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  1. Capricornguy

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    He's a mason and is VERY big into it. He's was the lead singer to blink-182 and Angels and Airwaves. He's big into it. Even has the symbols on his guitars/jackets.
     
  2. Elexir

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    Wich lodge is he a member of? Has he confirmed his membership?
     
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  3. David612

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    He’s also heavily involved in the UFO community.
    I believe he’s a member of Ashlar lodge #3 or possibly a PHA lodge according to google
     
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  4. Thomas Stright

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  5. Elexir

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    Would have been nice if that had been in the first post.
     
  6. Elexir

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    Any non-youtube sources?
     
  7. David612

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    Does it matter either way?
     
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  8. Capricornguy

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    Tom is one of my favorite singers. I cover some of his songs. As a 90s kid I listened to his stuff. Maybe one day I'll run across him if I get accepted.
     
  9. Capricornguy

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    [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
  10. David612

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    I can appreciate that-
    I played one of his signature strats for a while and loved a lot of blinks and A&As music as a child.
    However the fraternity has, in my opinion a problem of holding up “famous” as a reason very to be associated with the craft, more common with dead presidents however.
     
  11. Capricornguy

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    I wanted to join prior to this knowledge. It never hit me his Angels and Airwaves is basically about masonry or being esoteric somewhat. He explains in his interviews
     
  12. hanzosbm

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    He's not a member of the GLofCA, where he lives. Could be PHA.
     
  13. Capricornguy

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    That's what I thought as well, because of the above post.
     
  14. drw72

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    "While DeLonge has not publicly claimed to be a freemason, he has adorned his guitar, amplifier, guitar picks, and clothing with the square and compasses."

    "DeLonge's masonic affiliation has not been confirmed. A photo of him following his initiation into Widow's Son Lodge No. 17, in Kansas City, was posted to politikaljunkee.blogspot.com but its authenticity has also not been confirmed. Widow's Son Lodge is warranted by the Most Worshipful Prince Hall Grand Lodge of Kansas. " ....Grand Lodge of British Columbia and Yukon 'Masonic references in popular culture'
     
  15. Capricornguy

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    They probably wouldn't confirm it to prevent celebrity stalking
     
  16. Elexir

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    Actully, American lodges tend to be proud of their celeberty members
     
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  17. Capricornguy

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    Would they tell them that a certain celebrity was in their lodge to the public though?
     
  18. hanzosbm

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    Wouldn't matter. He doesn't live anywhere near Kansas City.
    That's another reason I doubt it. Unless they made him a Mason at sight, it seems unlikely that a man who was born, raised, and lives in San Diego would go through the degrees 1500 miles away.
     
  19. David612

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    UFO tech makes it easy
     
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  20. Elexir

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    Yes.
    http://freemasonsfordummies.blogspot.com/2011/06/brother-shaquille-oneal.html?m=1 is a nice example.
    The reason for my skepticism is that there are many famous people who are named freemasons that are not involved with freemasonry but wear pins, patches etc. wich is something everyone can buy.
     

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