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Secrets Revealed franc-maçon: Freemasonry, possibly the most exclusive club in the world. Membership is by special invitation only and is certainly not open to women.

Probably founded by a group of stonemasons hundreds of years ago, its true origins are shrouded in mystery and lost in the mists of time.

Today there are millions of Freemasons across the world, some happy to reveal their masonic membership, others not.

The purpose of this organisation?

To make better men from good men.

As men move through the different degrees of what they call ‘the craft’ they are educated in morality through the medium of allegory and by the use of masonic symbols.

So why do so many people appear to have an issue with what appears to be an admirable attempt to improve one’s ethics?

The problem for many lies in the exclusivity and covert nature of the Masonic movement.

Freemason secrets revealed over the centuries have uncovered an organisation steeped in ritual, symbolism, and mystery which some think hides a more sinister motive of controlling politics, the law, the economy, and ultimately society itself....Belief in a Deity

The primary qualification for receiving an invitation into the Freemasons, other than being male, is the belief in a Deity.

There is no place for atheism in the Masons. The Freemasons display the Torah, the Koran, and the Bible on their altar.

For the Freemasons, each one of these texts is only one of a variety of sacred texts which all have equal value and status.

People of different faiths are asked to ignore the exclusivity of their God and to accept that all Gods are one and the same, that is The Grand Architect of the Universe.

All references to Jesus Christ, for example, are strictly forbidden.

The Freemasons believe that they will go to heaven as a result of their good works and not because they have been saved from sin. There is then an obvious conflict for those with strong religious beliefs who join the Freemasons and the Christian Church, in particular, disapproves of the movement.

For others though there is a more disturbing aspect to the belief in the Grand Architect of the Universe. Knowledge is revealed to Freemasons as they progress through the degrees.

Most Freemasons progress through three degrees, but some suggest that there are 33 possible degrees.

As the Masons don’t specify or discriminate against the Deity that people believe in, you can theoretically become a Freemason if you worship any God or indeed the devil.

Could it be possible as some people believe, that as each degree of knowledge is revealed, The Grand Architect of the Universe is eventually revealed as Lucifer? The Initiation Ceremony

Although each individual lodge has variations of its own initiation ceremonies particularly as people progress through the degrees, the content of the initial bizarre initiation into Freemasonry remains the same.

After accepting an invitation to join the Freemasonry movement as an Apprentice a new member is asked to remove part of their clothing to reveal their breast and prove that they are male.
They are also asked to roll up one of their trouser legs to emulate the poor and to demonstrate that they do not think that they are better than the more unfortunate.
A hood is placed over the head and a noose symbolizing the umbilical cord is placed around the neck. The Apprentice is then escorted to a room where three candles are burning.
Another Mason pricks the Apprentice with a compass and he is instructed to say that what he requires most in his life is light.
The hood and the noose are then removed so that the candles are revealed.
The new Freemason is told that the candles represent the sun, the moon, and the stars. He is then given an apron, a gauge, and a gavel.
As soon as this ceremony is complete the Apprentice receives his first lesson in the morality of the Masonic movement. A Helping Hand For a Brother?

Despite taking an oath that they will not favor fellow Masons above others, Freemasons are constantly accused of nepotism.

Suspected of giving preferential treatment to fellow Masons in industry, government, banking and the military, they stand accused of constantly strengthening their own power base for political and economic advantage.

Although this would be almost impossible to prove, the numbers of Freemasons in the top jobs in society would suggest that there is an element of ‘it’s not what but who you know’.

Often also accused of being members of the Illuminati and the Bilderberg elite, senior Freemasons are charged with manipulating the recruitment and promotion of its own members in order to promote a secret world government. A number of astronauts including John Glenn and Buzz Aldrin have openly declared that they are Freemasons, whilst others including Neil Armstrong had Freemason fathers.

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