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Stunnedbygrace

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What exactly is a masonic temple? I couldn't really ascertain it by googling.
 

Stunnedbygrace

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What little I could find said that you were not allowed to mention Jesus in one the temples so as not to offend anyone. Is that true?
 

Stunnedbygrace

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And are there such a thing as women masons?
 

Tommy379

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Classically, they are people who work with stone and bricks to construct a structure.

Or members of a fraternity that hide from their wives for a few hours a week.
 

Tommy379

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What little I could find said that you were not allowed to mention Jesus in one the temples so as not to offend anyone. Is that true?
No.

They are required to believe in a creator to join.
 

Stunnedbygrace

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Why do they call it a temple? Do they hold worship services there?
 

I_am_Canadian

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try Googling Masonic Lodge.
See the masons are a kinda like the Illuminati.
Bent on Global domination and worshippers of Lucifer. (Satan)
Every thing they do is to glorify Satans kingdom.

Like abolishing cash to make every one use electronic banking. When that happens, then you either have to have a chip to do banking or you cant buy or sell any thing because cash will be useless.

Electronic banking has nothing to do with your convenience it's so they can monitor every thing you do, every purchase you make. When electronic banking is the only option you either have to be a good comrad or they can stop payments, or make unauthorized withdrawls Or they simply cut you off if you don't bow down and worship them and their agenda.

See we are rapidly appraoching the end of the world, I wouldn't be surprised if the chip in bank cards and credit cards is the mark of the beast we were warned about. Based on what I know, I wouldn't be surprised if the mark of the beast is going to be some sort of banking card or government ID with a microchip, or even a combo of both.


What exactly is a masonic temple? I couldn't really ascertain it by googling.
 

Stunnedbygrace

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No.

They are required to believe in a creator to join.
Yes it said they must believe in "A supreme being." But it also said they are very big on respect for others and that is why you don't mention Jesus' name in the temple?
 

Tommy379

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Yes it said they must believe in "A supreme being." But it also said they are very big on respect for others and that is why you don't mention Jesus' name in the temple?
Never heard of that, but Free Masons are not a religion, and are not preachers.
 

Stunnedbygrace

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No. The eat fried chicken dinners and complain about the government.
So...it's not a religion. But they require you believe in a supreme being and they call it a temple. And you aren't allowed to say Jesus' name there. And they eat fried chicken and complain about the government...
 

Tommy379

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So...it's not a religion. But they require you believe in a supreme being and they call it a temple. And you aren't allowed to say Jesus' name there. And they eat fried chicken and complain about the government...
Like I said, I don't know of a prohibition on Jesus. My father is a Free Masson, and the rest pretty much sums it up.
 

Tommy379

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Oh, they also raise money for scholarships for pretty blonde girls.
 

Stunnedbygrace

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I looked at some of their temples and saw a few that have crosses in them. It would be odd to have crosses and then forbid the name of Jesus. It would also be odd to have crosses and not be a christian...
 

Stunnedbygrace

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Like I said, I don't know of a prohibition on Jesus. My father is a Free Masson, and the rest pretty much sums it up.
So we have a mason we could ask whether or not they prohibit Jesus' name in prayer in the temples?