Not Attending Lodge

Discussion in 'General Freemasonry Discussion' started by A7V, Aug 28, 2009.

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  1. Wingnut

    Wingnut Premium Member

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    How can you discuss esoteric work in any detail in a forum? The Scottish Rite is actually referred to as the University of Masonry and there is also the Master Craftsman 1 and 2 programs and the College of the Consistory
     
  2. A7V

    A7V Registered User

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    Because when you think of esoteric you are thinking of degree work. When I say esoteric I am not talking degree work.
     
  3. TexasCop

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    Going to those stuffy ol' business meetings is where I find the greatest joy because that's when you get the most brothers together in one room. :)
     
  4. Wingnut

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    And you dont have to be a mason to learn the esoteric your referring to...
     
  5. A7V

    A7V Registered User

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    Well wingnut guess your right. Time to move on from freemasonry. Thanks for the advice!
     
  6. Wingnut

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    Thats not what I said at all. But to learn about Alchemy I didn't have to become a Mason. I didn't have to become a Mason to understand the Cabala. I could study druidism or Wicca philosophy without learning of freemasonry. I wasn't a Mason when I studied paranormal events. Masonry does open your mind to the allow the study and does promote studying to better oneself but it is disingenuous to assume that all men are masons to learn these things or that to learn them one must be a Mason first.
     
  7. MacFie

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    Really? Really?? man people need to take more naps.
     
  8. Blake Bowden

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    Indeed and on that note, I wish you best of luck in your future travels. This thread is closed.
     
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