Ironic Story/ World Conspiracies

Discussion in 'General Freemasonry Discussion' started by RHS, Oct 26, 2012.

  1. RHS

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    The other night me and some of the bros were hanging after our meeting and started talking about world conspiracies such as world banking control, fiat money systems, military-industrial complex and so on... Then I realized how ironic it was since I'm sure there are thousands of people discussing the "freemason conspiracy".

    What crazy/ valid/ interesting world conspiracies have you heard or subscribe to or think are complete bogus?
     
  2. widows son

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    Lol. Where do I begin. I've mentioned before that im working on a piece about anti masonry and will give it to anyone who wants to present it in lodge as I am doing. Fact is the people who
    Make these conspiracies are people who either have their own agenda or are just ignorant to certain facts. Frankly I don't believe someone just because they post a YouTube video and have red text bubbles all over the screen. These videos are outright wrong and ridiculous. There are some serious conspiracies that are still unanswered but how will one ever find out? It almost impossible, so I just continue to live my
    Life in a moral and upright manner, and on the level
     
  3. BryanMaloney

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    What I find interesting is that some Masons are happy to indulge in the same behavior, just with different "enemies" in place. Is a Mason who likes to believe conspiracy theories that don't involve Masons any different from an anti-Mason?
     
  4. widows son

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    Not at all, it's kind of a double standard. I personally don't buy the conspiracies. The majority of anti mason propaganda is without any basis and usually supported by fundamentalist religions who are ignorant to the rest of the world. Being a mason one would know this. However I'm not in the military, nor am I an international banker. I don't know what goes on behind those closed doors, but I do know what goes on behind the lodge door. For me I need to see hard proof, otherwise it's just hearsay. I will agree though that something is going on in the banking sector, that most people may not like, eg the federal reserve and its history, the "planned " depression, etc, but again there is no proof for some of these theories. I keep an open but skeptical mind when it comes to conspiracies. Wiki leaks seemed to back up some of these conspiracies, and the fact that governments want it obliterates kind of says something but again, wiki leaks could of been started by some very rich conspiracy theorist who just speculates. And even is they are true, then what? What do you? Stop living your life and become a reclusive? Or do you "play the game" and live your life to the fullest, striving to come out on top, bettering yourself each step of the way? Choice is the key. My friend believes every Conspiracy out there. He keeps silver and his cash under his mattress. It's consumed him, and you can't even have a decent conversation with him. And all the while there is no hard proof for this behavior. Sad really. But just because one is a mason doesn't mean he can't believe there is corruption in other aspects of society. There is even corruption in masonry.
     
  5. CajunTinMan

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    Lol that's funny cajun, you should of shown that to skip. :0
     
  7. JJones

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    Very different, this very question makes me wonder if you've even peeked into the rabbit hole of conspiracy theorists. For one, no matter who I might think the 'enemy' is I don't think they are Satan worshiping Illuminati reptilians from Nibiru that live inside our hollow Earth and travel around via flying saucers which, by the way, are able to fly between the 'inner' and 'outer' Earth through the huge holes in the Earth's crust located at the north and south poles.

    I'm just scratching the surface, I promise you. :huh:

    I subscribe to several conspiracies, I don't share them when I think anyone might take offense though...and I never discuss them in detail at lodge. :001_tt2:
     
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  8. widows son

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    They should be discussed because they directly effect our existence as masons. They assume that all of the mentioned theories you just listed off all somehow intertwine with masonry which is clearly not the case. I don't know about you guys but I'm not a reptile, I'm italian, I come from Canada not nibiru. It's interesting that you mention nassim haremeins theories. I will be honest that he is very convincing but looking up his background he falls through the gaps. Hes a self taught physicist who learned the science in the back of his van. He also claims he discovered the fundamentals of unified field theory when he was nine while mediating with a 14 year old master of meditation. He also claims that aliens are using the suns singularity as a worm hole. And then relates all this info with the illuminati which people think masons are. The illuminati has been dead since the 1700s.
     
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  9. JJones

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    What's always annoyed me was people hating masons because they suspect we worship Satan because of 'evidence' taken out of context. You know who does worship Satan? Why...the Church of Satan, of course! You don't even have to speculate about it because it's in the name of the group, go bother them! :6:
     
  10. widows son

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    Lol. You are so right. In these videos there is so much "information" about freemasonry and the illuminati and little to nothing about the church of Satan. Not that im saying that they have an agenda of their own but I haven't heard nearly as much about them as I have about freemasonry.
     
  11. RHS

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  12. BryanMaloney

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    It's amazing how long all this has been going for. The conspiracy theorist forgets that without those revolutionary ideas they wouldn't be living in a free world, in fact they probably would be saying " your majesty" quite a bit
     
  14. Virgin Islands Brother

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    Ok, here is one. Every successful musician, rapper or singer is illuminati-or they worship baphomet. Every vague video prop is proof of their allegiance. No, it couldn't be that the record industry has noticed how links to masonry and the illuminati, recently, help to sell records.
    Besides, isn't the illuminati defunct? Oops, there I go again. That's just what they want us to believe.
     
  15. widows son

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    Haha yeah
     
  16. JMGibson

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    I don't believe all conspiracy theories but I would be doing myself a disservice if I didn't at least hear someone out about a subject before forming an opinion. Especially when it comes to important historical events. At the very least, conspiracy theorists raise good questions. Besides the kooks, theorists are real "outside the box" thinkers and I can appreciate that.
    With that being said, there is one (of a few) conspiracy that I do believe and I would appreciate thoughts and opinions on it. HAARP and other methods of manipulating weather. Some people I talk to dismiss the idea but I'd like to hear from a Brother on this matter. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Environmental_Modification_Convention
    Also, on anti-masonic or general masonic conspiracy theorists, it is their right to believe what they want. Until they are educated, I will celebrate their right to ignorance and pitty their willingness to stay ignorant.
     
  17. widows son

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    Thats a humble outlook and I respect that. It does seem quite a coincidence that HAARP is supposedly there to manipulate weather, and it just so happens that we've been getting extreme weather in the last decade or so. But those who work and control HAARP won't say that, I'm sure of it
     
  18. Godfrey Daniel

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    What about chem-trails. Everybody knows the Freemasons are behind them. How much proof do you need? chem-trails.jpg
     
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  19. JJones

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    I remember after I graduated and was working at an HEB. I was taking groceries out to a customer's car and she looks up at the chem/contrails in the sky and tells me all about it. She assured me that we'd all be living in FEMA camps outside each major city within a few months.

    That was back in 2001 or so and the govt. is only just now getting those FEMA camps set up. Man she was way off. :)
     
  20. Bill Lins

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    Well, you know how long it takes for the government to accomplish anything. :wink:
     

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