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Forum Post: Did anyone notice the Masonic Order dropped the prohibition of evasion for murder & treason?

Posted 5 years ago on Jan. 24, 2013, 7:36 p.m. EST by RobertHod (1)
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It appears the "Code of Masonic Conduct" (CMC) has seem extreme revision. I think this may be nationwide at least. I wonder if the change was announced to the membership?

The CMC prohibited a Mason from helping another Mason to evade the law fro all crimes except murder and treason. It was revised in 2006.

Somehow I doubt it. Before they were infiltrated they were civilization builders and observers/shepards of justice. Few know they go back to the Magna Carta.

This place might be related.


It is said that Benjamin Franklin visited the cave. He of course was a Mason, and all but 2 presidents have so.

Hard to imagine that the man that was involved in this,


"Our wise forefathers established union and amity between the Five Nations; this has made us formidable, this has given us great weight and authority with our neighboring Nations. We are a powerful Confederacy, and by your observing the same methods our wise forefathers have taken, you will acquire fresh strength and power."

could take actions like were taken with the Jay treaty. It is not a black and white world, we can really only hope to know the difference and be as sure as possible that we support a shade of gray getting lighter and lighter.



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[-] 1 points by TruthRightsFreedom (259) 5 years ago

Great thread RobinHood:-)

Yea, I know the original name of the forest robber. These protesters need to get some courage. Social courage.

Being afraid to talk about their grandfathers fraternal order is not the place to begin changing the world they've fashioned.

Being afraid FITS IN to what the infiltrators of the order want.

If some ows'ers don't post here I'm going to know they are complete cowards for neglecting peaceful truth telling and critical thinking for noisy complaining that has no legal basis creating a duty for authority to act.

[-] 1 points by OTP (-203) from Tampa, FL 5 years ago

I honestly dont know a lot about masons.

[-] 2 points by RobertHod (1) 5 years ago

As you see, secrecy is well known as the problem, even JFK touched on it.

The issue of the social fears is not well understood in human behavior. The crusades, which adopted some of the Masonic practices to create the various orders of knights, instilled or deepened an unconscious fear in humanity, particularly the Caucasians of western European origin. That fear is invisibly cloaked in the word heresy.

A simple label instills so much fear that it may render human brains non functional and instead ready to accept slavery then death. A faceless fear, completely unreasonable always associated with pain, torture, persecution and death. An unreasonable fear, because it has no face, no real manifestation to use in describing it, even in todays modern society.

[-] 2 points by TruthRightsFreedom (259) 5 years ago

Since the upper 30 degrees, there has been a degrading infiltration. I've learned some interesting facts on the sidelines of the last 15 years of nwo activity and merging of secret societies. Prior to that degrading infiltration, or prior to when the upper 30 degrees were created, there was another more serious compromise, because it enabled the corruption to consider the upper 30 as something needed.

That compromise is when religion required the Masons to be secret with their activity in society, From that point on the order was repeatedly infiltrated

[-] 1 points by RobertHod (1) 5 years ago

"Social courage" I agree. I think that reason used socially can help people to understand. At that time, unreasonable fears dissolve.

What the ows'ers don't know is that their racial history is Masonic, so they've unconsciously adopted the secrecy that the church imposed on the order to make them acceptable in their society.

There are connections of the Masons to the Magna Carta through the Hellfire cave, and then to the creation of the US constitution.

So few people understand that Masonry has been a target for infiltrations for a millinium or more. It started in Greece, which is why academia has fraternities and sorority groups.

America has an unconscious existence immersed in Masonry, and they don't even know it.

[-] 1 points by DSamms (-294) 5 years ago

Some of us do...

[-] 2 points by RobertHod (1) 5 years ago

Some of the public do know about Masonry, and know quite a bit of what Masons know of themselves and will share with friends and family.

A friend shared something about his fathers effort to become a Mason.

When he was 11 his dad decided to join the order. With each coaching session he would return and recount what he had learned to his son. He said that it was mostly about Judeo Christian religion until the 14the degree. At the 14th dad returned home and explained that the sessions had shifted from JudeoChristian religion to Islam. The son noticed that as his father progressed through the next 3 degrees he had less and less to say about the sessions. After nearly completing the 17th degree, the father returned home and tried very hard to remember the session he had returned from minutes before, and found he could remember nothing.

After a few minutes he apologized and stated that he could not join an organization which taught him things he could not remember and left the order.

Apparently there is a self hypnosis using circumnambulations and circumlocution, and it is very deep. Connecting with primordial instincts no doubt.

My research shows that Masonic children are compulsively inducted within the Masonic community, but only a small percentage joins the order.

Apparently there are signs that indicate performance beyond limits we can't know, but they are displayed publicly. Such as Napoleons hand in the jacket pose. In the environment of secrecy the behavior is dismissed as eccentric but serves to encourage Masons to reach the same levels of power or fame by allowing themselves to be secretly used.

[-] 2 points by TruthRightsFreedom (259) 5 years ago

The hand in the jacket is the sign of the "second veil". Could this be a memory control aspect? Where the individuals show the world of Masons what was part of their success.

[-] 1 points by RobertHod (1) 5 years ago

Aha! You are probably right about that.....

This kind of thinking is something that Americans need to pay attention to because all but 2 presidents were Masons. Many judges are, many attorneys, and most politicians are attorneys.

The entire professional world of America is dominated by Masonry and few know it, or want to know it even. Strange fear because most of the pioneers of our contemporary world are Masons, like astronauts, movie stars and producers.

They are unconsciously networked through the uses of the subconscious mind imposed and taught since early childhood.

[-] 2 points by TruthRightsFreedom (259) 5 years ago

Okay, but the infiltration of dark forces, bending to animalistic or even deeper instinctual patterns seems to be reversing their positive effects in a big way.

I keep thinking its all about testing our social fear reaction against our capacity to reason, or even appreciating that capacity for it ability to guide us. The social fears are unconscious.

[-] 0 points by RobertHod (1) 5 years ago

You mean the capacity to conduct critical thinking is blocked by social fears?

I see massive dissociation of difficult things. People prefer the media fantasy guided by sensationalism. Being distracted is an excuse for not focusing on what needs to be done, later; after implications of neglect have their effect; to be used for a reason for not doing it.

[-] -2 points by MattLHolck (16833) from San Diego, CA 5 years ago

a mystical connection is unnecessary to network

[-] 0 points by RobertHod (1) 5 years ago

The matrix is a natural network and intent is the main medium.

When Masonry moved from brotherly love as a fraternal order, towards something serving power for that sake of power because it offsets fear, reasonably; but in this case it is an unreasonable fear, whereupon the quest for power becomes a cancerous, incestuous competition into extinction; so peoples capacity to understand can end even unreasonable fears.

Those who are too afraid to reason their fears away watch others loose their fears and realize the fears are not reasonable. At that point they may begin to cease acting on them. This is what this thread is designed to foster.

[-] 1 points by RobertHod (1) 5 years ago

Juan, your post appears to have been removed. I don't know how to respond.

I can only say that the unreasonable fear of this organization prevents most from posting, and when one does, the fear of any agreement with the perspective of the recent CMC change causes forum moderators to censor.