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    Wooton-under-Edge freemason's lodge in Bristol England

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    Madonic knights templar

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    Freemason Meeting room

  • Marie Longmore

    Probably the most important feature in Masonic lodges, the black and white checkerboard pattern is meant to be a visual representation of the concept of duality. Variations of this pattern do exist.

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Secret Societies recruit very innocently and claim only having a desire to do good for their fellow human beings.Through a slow process of indoctrination and brain washing, these once innocent recruits become ardent supporters of their cause, and if continued long enough and far enough they become sworn to serve the evil one and his purposes. In freemasonry only the highest rank of 33 degree level is given this understanding. However, some in lower ranks have understanding who they really serve.

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Religion isn’t an essential part of who we are. The role of religion in the lives of individuals & societies depends greatly upon personal & historical experiences & developments. They are, as sociologists say, "path dependent." Different people & groups can & do head in quite different directions when it comes to religion. This suggests that "religion is not natural" — it's only "monopolized".

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