Forum Post: Did anyone notice the Masonic Order dropped the prohibition of evasion for murder & treason?
Posted 1 year ago on Jan. 24, 2013, 7:36 p.m. EST by RobertHod
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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.