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July 08, 2012, 09:39:18 PM
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They have a distinctly different history & membership makeup.  You shall know them by the fruits of their labors, and if that is at all true, then they are not related groups.  There is an easy to make connection between the ofiginal Illuminati Group in Europe and the foundation of the secretive fraternaty on Yale campus known as the "Loyal order of Skull and bones".  On that note, in the first hundred years or so of the US, nearly every presidential administration had at least one known Mason, many times that was the POTUS himself.  Around 1900 that trend came to an end, and since then nearly every administration has had a member of the Loyal Order of Skull & bones (known as 'bonesmen') in positions of authority.  Such notable examples of Bonesmen in the Executive branch have included both Bushs & Bill Clinton; so up until Obama, it's been at least as far back as Carter since there was not a bonesman that was either the POTUS or vice, and there is no way to be certain that other bonesmen haven't held other significant positions.

So.... If the Masons did build the US, perhaps it would be best to get them back in control....

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July 08, 2012, 09:42:42 PM
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They have a distinctly different history & membership makeup.  You shall know them by the fruits of their labors, and if that is at all true, then they are not related groups.  There is an easy to make connection between the ofiginal Illuminati Group in Europe and the foundation of the secretive fraternaty on Yale campus known as the "Loyal order of Skull and bones".  On that note, in the first hundred years or so of the US, nearly every presidential administration had at least one known Mason, many times that was the POTUS himself.  Around 1900 that trend came to an end, and since then nearly every administration has had a member of the Loyal Order of Skull & bones (known as 'bonesmen') in positions of authority.  Such notable examples of Bonesmen in the Executive branch have included both Bushs & Bill Clinton; so up until Obama, it's been at least as far back as Carter since there was not a bonesman that was either the POTUS or vice, and there is no way to be certain that other bonesmen haven't held other significant positions.

So.... If the Masons did build the US, perhaps it would be best to get them back in control....
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July 08, 2012, 09:53:32 PM
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They have a distinctly different history & membership makeup.  You shall know them by the fruits of their labors, and if that is at all true, then they are not related groups.  There is an easy to make connection between the ofiginal Illuminati Group in Europe and the foundation of the secretive fraternaty on Yale campus known as the "Loyal order of Skull and bones".  On that note, in the first hundred years or so of the US, nearly every presidential administration had at least one known Mason, many times that was the POTUS himself.  Around 1900 that trend came to an end, and since then nearly every administration has had a member of the Loyal Order of Skull & bones (known as 'bonesmen') in positions of authority.  Such notable examples of Bonesmen in the Executive branch have included both Bushs & Bill Clinton; so up until Obama, it's been at least as far back as Carter since there was not a bonesman that was either the POTUS or vice, and there is no way to be certain that other bonesmen haven't held other significant positions.

So.... If the Masons did build the US, perhaps it would be best to get them back in control....

Depends upon what you think is ideal.  If we keep doing what we have been doing we will keep getting what we've been getting.  I can't say that the caliber of the membership today is anything like what it was in 1776.

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July 08, 2012, 09:59:53 PM
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I can't say that the caliber of the membership today is anything like what it was in 1776.

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July 08, 2012, 11:31:44 PM
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I can't say that the caliber of the membership today is anything like what it was in 1776.

Well, theoretically, the goals remain the same, but I can't argue this point. The one Mason I have personally made acquaintance with was 1776 material, though.

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July 08, 2012, 11:45:24 PM
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I can't say that the caliber of the membership today is anything like what it was in 1776.

Well, theoretically, the goals remain the same, but I can't argue this point. The one Mason I have personally made acquaintance with was 1776 material, though.

Most of the ones I've met were junkies.
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July 09, 2012, 12:00:41 AM
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I can't say that the caliber of the membership today is anything like what it was in 1776.

Well, theoretically, the goals remain the same, but I can't argue this point. The one Mason I have personally made acquaintance with was 1776 material, though.

Most of the ones I've met were junkies.

...high membership standards?

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August 29, 2013, 05:48:00 PM
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I can't say that the caliber of the membership today is anything like what it was in 1776.

Well, theoretically, the goals remain the same, but I can't argue this point. The one Mason I have personally made acquaintance with was 1776 material, though.

Most of the ones I've met were junkies.

...high membership standards?

I think they're mostly just initiating family members, and with each generation, there has been an overall dumbing down and decrease in character. Being born into extra benefits is destructive to the soul over the long term.
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