TruthSeeker24’s anti-N.W.O. corner

TruthSeeker24’s anti-N.W.O. corner
Another New World Order’er. If Freemasons were as powerful as all these people proclaim, wouldn’t we be be in charge?

My response to their rethoric:
Interesting entry here, and I appreciate the depth to which you have examined Freemasonry. But as a Freemason, and a CHRISTIAN Freemason, I find no conflict with my faith.

What I do find interesting however is the level and degree of intolerance that you foster in your message. Because someone does not believe in the bible the way you do, they are wrong, a sinner, and a Satanist. How backward is this teaching?

Freemasonry offers to many men something many churches could not, which is an open secular organization occupied with men of faith (all faiths), to promote social well being. It’s rites and obligations, archaic true, and no more faith shattering than swearing in a courtroom to tell the truth.

Your denouncement of a very astute organization is deplorable, and for you to continue to broadcast that message is even worse. Perhaps you will take your intolerance to Jews, Mohammadians, and Catholics next?


~ by Greg on January 25, 2006.

One Response to “TruthSeeker24’s anti-N.W.O. corner”

  1. *I post this a long time ago. I’m sorry that I didn’t respond here, but here I am.

    My response is found at this link:

    It’s an interesting entry about the truth behind Freemasonry. I appreciate your response since this is a free country. A “Christian” Freemason to me is very troubling. Most “Christians” who are Masons are either decieved or not very CHristian at all. The reason is that Freemasonry swear death oaths and takes the name of God in vain in its Blue Degrees’ rituals.

    That is a direct violation of the Word of God. Also, many pagan symbols are in it like the All Seeing Eye (relating to the false god Horus) and the Inverted Pentagram (also called the Baphomet or Goat of Mendes. Even Washington D.C.’s design readily have those occult symbols) is the logo of the Eastern Star. That pentagram relates to fertility and Satanists plus occultists readily accept that symbol. Pagans accept the Pentagram that’s not inverted as well.

    The obelisk is readily used in Masonic gravestones and near Temples. The obelisk is from Ancient Egypt relating to the false sun god Ra. It’s a phallic image relating also to the penis of Osiris, which is another smoking gun of the pagan nature of Freemasonry. God in the OT called the Israelites to destroy the pillars. This is very conflicting with my faith indeed.

    I show no intolerance, except of evil and sin. Why do people in this generation view dissent with a group as intolerance. I show my dissent with Freemasonry and I have a First Amendment right to do that. Just as you have a right to come out spew your pro-Mason agenda. Sorry, the Bible is very clear. The Bible doesn’t need multiple interpretations.

    The Bible says that Christ is the only cornerstone, yet you guys replace it with the Lodge. The Bible says that all believers are part of the Temple of God, yet Masons view themselves as working in a Temple. Many Masons deny that it is a religion, yet many high level Freemasons like Albert Pike call Freemasonry as a religion. The Bible is rather clear.

    I never call all people who are wrong a Satanist or a sinner. We are sinner since the NT says we are all sinners in need of God. The Bible says that Jesus died on the cross so that we may be saved. How clear you be. This is not backward teaching. Compromise and accepting concept contrary to the Word of God is backward teaching. Not telling the truth unto the members of the Blue Degrees is backward teaching as well.

    The true church offers tons of things that Freemasonry will never give. You know what that is? It’s the truth of Jesus Christ. It’s the history of many contributions in science, astronomy, architecture, theology, math, civil liberties, civil rights, and other things that Freemasons can never equate. It gives men, women, and children the oppurtunity to grow in their spiritual relationship with Almighty God without the compromise and unification with false faiths. I know that Freemasonry is open to all faiths, yet they consider people of all faith brothers of the Lodge.

    A man who is an unbeliever is my neigbhor, but he’s not my brother of faith. Freemasonry readily have social dealings with society. I don’t deny that, but Freemasonry also uses occult rituals and doctrines contrary to scriptures for which reason I will never join it.

    Many of its rites says that they come into the light from darkness, which denies Christ as possessing the only Light. That alone denotes a contradiction and errors in the Lodge. You can easily say “I affirm” in a courtroom to replace swearing and cite the Freedom of Religion part of the First Amendment as your justification. People have done that before.

    My denouncement of a group with occult influence is honorable. Me broadcasting the truth is part of Bill of Rights. If you don’t like it, you have that right but I have my right to show what I believe. I’m not going to be coward and back down.

    I have no intolerance of Jews, Muslims, and Catholics. You don’t understand that dissent isn’t necessarily related to hate. Let’s hear some facts, shall. The fact is that some Jews are good and some are evil. The fact is that Muhammad not only had more than 4 wives (violating his own Koran), but the Koran denies the Jesus is the Son of God.

    The fact is that Catholics accept calling the Pope Holy Father, accept venerating images, accept Mary as the Every virgin, believe in purgatory, and other concepts, which have no basis in the Bible. A lot of their beliefs never existed in the early church, but was added centuries after the birth of Jesus Christ.

    I’m bringing it. I’m happy that people like me (who are in the alternative media movement) are gaining ground. People are waking up and I must be a man and expose Freemasonry. My advise to you is to demit from Freemasonry. is a link with more than enough evidence to prove my point exactly.

    By TruthSeeker24 (Timothy)


    Here’s evidence that Freemasonry is a Religion:

    Freemasonry is a Religion. I’ve I’ve debated many Masons who deny this strongly, but a definition of religion is simply this:

    “Religion: 1: the service and worship of God or the supernatural. 2. devotion to a religious faith. 3: a personal set of institutionalized system of religious beliefs, attitudes, and practices, 4: a cause, principle, or belief held to with faith and order.” (The Merriam-Webster Dictionary: Home and Office Edition, pg. 443 c. 1998).

    Freemasonry is a Syncretistic Religion teaching that all monotheistic faiths are equal and they lead to God after death. This is a lie for there is one God, one truth, and one path to Heaven by the Lord Jesus Christ. The God of Abraham Isaac, and Jacob forbids acceptance of false gods or calling phalluses legitimate as Masonry does.

    32nd Degree Freemason Jon E. Canoose said from his “A Christian Mason Looks at Masonry and Religion” originated printed in the May 1993, Scottish Rite Journal “To say that one has the truth, all of the Truth, and the One Truth and those who differ are wrong is by definition bigotry.” Ha ha ha ha !!!!!!

    I guess he thinks Almighty God is a bigot since God said I am the truth, the way and the Life and no man comes to Heaven but by me. We can judge Righteous Judgment (John 7:24). The biggest smoking gun is this: In the initation ceremony for the Entered Apprentice Masons, the Senior Deacon says a prayer. You only practice a religion through prayer in many circumstances. The “Master” asks a candidate what you trust and the Answer is God, so it is a religion since a belief or trust in God is a sign of religious action. In the iniation, you’ve also assured the Grand Lodge above (disrespecting Heaven), which is a Religious concept.

    The reason is that they promote eternal life. Freemasonry teaches a belief in one God, has worship, teaches the belief in resurrection and the immorality of the soul (there is no immorality of the soul for the wicked, but only God alone preserves the soul of the saved forever. The Bible says that the soul of the wicked shall surely die), include various books of faith in lodges for religious usage, have Temples and altars, a moral code, and a belief of the afterlife with resurrection therefore validating Masonry as a Religion.

    The Lord Jesus Christ said in Matthew 18:16 that “In the mouth of two or three witnesses, every word is established.” Prominent Freemasons themselves classify Freemasonry as a Religion including Albert Pike, Albert G. Mackey, J. S. Ward, Frank C. Higgins, and others:

    1). “Every Masonic Lodge is a temple of religion, and its teachings are instruction in religion…this is true religion revealed to the ancient patriarchs, which masonry has taught for many centuries, and which it will continue to teach as long as time endures”. [Albert Pike, Morals and Dogma , p. 213-214. Pike was a 33rd Degree Mason, Head of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry, Southern Jurisdiction]

    2). “Masonry, like all the Religions, all the Mysteries, Hermeticism and Alchemy, conceals its secrets from all except the Adepts and Sages, or the Elect, and uses false explanations and misinterpretations of its symbols to mislead those who deserve only to be misled; to conceal the Truth, which it calls Light, from them, and to draw them away from it … So Masonry jealously conceals its secrets and intentionally leads conceited interpreters astray.” [Albert Pike, Morals and Dogma, p. 104-105)

    4). “I boldly aver that Freemasonry is a religion, yet in no way conflicts with any other religion, unless that religion holds that no one outside its portals can be saved. But if there is any man contemplating joining our Order who really believes that the All-Loving Father has consigned to everlasting hell the majority of the human race, just because theydo not see eye to eye with him in religious matters, then assuredly he should not join Freemasonry, for he is not a fit and proper person to be made a Mason.” (J.S. Ward, Freemasonry: Its Aims and Ideas, pgs. 187-188).

    5). “It is true that Freemasonry is the parent of all religion.” (Frank C. Higgins, Ancient Free Masonry, pg. 10).

    6). “The religion, then, masonry, is pure theism…” (Albert Mackey, A Lexicon of Freemasonry)

    7). Albert G. Mackey, General High Priest of the General Grand Chapter of the United States, and the author of numerous works on Masonry, has this to say: “Freemasonry is emphatically a religious institution; it teaches the existence of God. It points to the celestial canopy above where is the Eternal Lodge and where He presides. It instructs us in the way to reach the portals of that distant temple” The Mystic Tie, p. 32).

    8). “Masonry is, in every sense of the word, except one, and that its least philosophical, an eminently religious institution – that it is indebted solely to the religious element which it contains for its origin and for its continued existence and that without this religious element it would scarcely be worthy of cultivation by the wise and good.”…”Freemasonry is NOT Christianity not a substitute for it”…”But the religion of Masonry is not sectarian. It admits men of every creed within its hospitable bosom, rejecting institutions; and on this ground mainly, if not alone, should the religious Mason defend it.” (Encyclopedia of Freemasonry, Albert G. Mackey, Revised Edition, 1921, pages 618, 619)

    *Therefore Masonry is a Religion and anyone denying are in denial or haven’t looked at the Evidence.

    By TruthSeeker24

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