• Icymudpuppy's Avatar
    03-18-2017, 02:20 PM
    http://www.midnightfreemasons.org/2017/03/what-freemasonry-teaches-us-about.html?m=1
    229 replies | 3272 view(s)
  • Icymudpuppy's Avatar
    03-17-2017, 03:37 PM
    I'm pretty sure that was the CIA. I already told you what Freemasonry secrets are. Just identification. Signs, tokens, words, and grips shown and returned in a specific combination such that no imposter would be able to pass themselves off as a mason without having been passed through and regularly practicing the ceremony. Masonry is an elite worldwide club that needed a way to identify membership before the advent of government passports, photographs, etc.
    229 replies | 3272 view(s)
  • Icymudpuppy's Avatar
    03-14-2017, 06:33 PM
    I think most Chiropractors are quacks.
    29 replies | 729 view(s)
  • Icymudpuppy's Avatar
    03-14-2017, 06:10 PM
    I don't have insurance. If I have an ailment that I can't solve on my own (which is pretty rare), I go see a specialist related to my ailment. If I don't get noticeable results within a month of weekly treatments. I go somewhere else.
    29 replies | 729 view(s)
  • Icymudpuppy's Avatar
    03-14-2017, 04:16 PM
    I believe that's called "Price Fixing" and is illegal.
    29 replies | 729 view(s)
  • Icymudpuppy's Avatar
    03-14-2017, 03:58 PM
    A brief history of Freemasonry. 1. ~4000BC: The first tradesmen specializing in Stonemasonry form regional orders of craftsman to build local great works such as Stonehenge, the Tower of Babel, The Ziggurat, The Great Pyramids, The Hanging Gardens, etc. Like most trades today, the craftsmen were organized into a hierarchy of degrees based on their skill in the trades. Apprentices, Fellowcrafts(journeymen), and Masters. Sub-hierarchies also existed within the main degrees. Novice, Assistant, Laborer, Carpenter, etc. Only a Master of the building crafts would have the skill and knowledge necessary to calculate the stresses on massive structures and design arches and pillars capable of holding them up. Geometry and mathematics were crucial skills for the ancient master mason and architect. Skills that were very rare among the general populace, and even rare among the educated elite. ~1200BC Skilled Masons and true masters of their craft become highly sought after, especially in the middle east where most of the ancient civilizations developed. Such Master Masons were requested to work outside their own country, and a system of recognition is developed to allow such masters to travel over international borders. A master mason was thus recognized as being an international person, who could travel and work his trade in any country. ~970BC Solomon Begins Construction of His Temple to Jhvh/Yhwh in Jerusalem. He contacts King Hiram of Tyre who helped his father, King David, build his palace, and asks for a Master Mason to Design and Oversee its construction. King Hiram Sends another man, also named Hiram (apparently a common name in Tyre at the time, like Thomas, Richard, or Harold in Medieval England). Hiram Abiff, the master mason, while a skilled craftsman, isn't politically or religiously important, but he is the Grand Master of Skilled Masons in the Levant at the time, and oversees the issuance of the passwords that allow other Masons to travel the world and ply their trade. ~964BC. Hiram Abiff is murdered and the passwords are lost. King Solomon and King Hiram promote from within the workmen a new grandmaster to finish the temple and make up new passwords to share with promoted master masons and other kings to accept workmen from foreign lands.
    229 replies | 3272 view(s)
  • Icymudpuppy's Avatar
    03-14-2017, 03:49 PM
    Exactly. I tell my clients that if they want their homeowners insurance to cover the job, I am happy to give any documentation the insurance company needs, but I expect my client to pay me, and the insurance company can reimburse them later.
    29 replies | 729 view(s)
  • Icymudpuppy's Avatar
    03-14-2017, 01:53 PM
    Just like almost every other business in America.
    29 replies | 729 view(s)
  • Icymudpuppy's Avatar
    03-14-2017, 12:09 PM
    Masonry is not a religion. It is a practice or craft. Like Yoga, Karate, Mathematics, Astronomy, or any other system of learning that involves mental and physical exercises that are increasingly difficult as you progress. That it was developed by men who were sought after by kings and rulers to build their monuments and that they left their trademark on those monuments is simply a practice of craftsmen. Just as most modern buildings might have a sign that says "Built by Carpenter's local 348"
    229 replies | 3272 view(s)
  • Icymudpuppy's Avatar
    03-14-2017, 11:45 AM
    Recant you heathen! All true lodges serve WAFFLE breakfasts and serve meals and friendship to the HOMELESS! ;)
    229 replies | 3272 view(s)
  • Icymudpuppy's Avatar
    03-14-2017, 09:44 AM
    Masonry accepts men of all faiths. Mormons, Satanists, Hindus, Shintos, Taoists, Buddhists, Pagans, Catholics, Protestants, Sufis, Sikhs, Sunnis, Shiites, Jedis, Agnostics, etc. None of those faiths speaks for the organization. A member must only believe in a higher power. ANY higher power, and must seek to improve himself through dedication to his trade, and honest and charitable dealing toward his fellow man. In fact, it is forbidden to discuss denominational religion or partisan politics in the lodge as being divisive, and contrary to the goal of promoting brotherly love.
    229 replies | 3272 view(s)
  • Icymudpuppy's Avatar
    03-14-2017, 09:10 AM
    There is no Grand Wizard in Freemasonry. That's Ku Klux Klan. I'll get a full list of masonic titles next time I go to the lodge. There's a plaque on the wall that details all the titles up to the top. It's really not illuminati. It's just guild that became a fraternity. The principle taught are actually very libertarian in nature. All men are equal, kings and peasants meet on the level. treat others with respect and acknowledge that all men have rights. Voluntary interaction in all things business and personal. It's no mistake that more than half the founders were freemasons.
    229 replies | 3272 view(s)
  • Icymudpuppy's Avatar
    03-14-2017, 08:25 AM
    That freemasonry is an offshoit of operative masonry is no secret. It was originally a guild of stone masons dating all the way back to the building of king solomons temple in jerusalem. Only fairly recently starting about 1300ad in england did people not part of the stone and brick working trades show an interest in the organisation. And joining as free of stonework accepted members. There is some evidence, but it is spurious, that upon the dissolution of the Knights Templar and persecution of them by the catholic church did the knights seek refuge in the stone masons guild as a link to the same Temple they were famous for excavating. I am a mason. The information I just shared is available to anyone interested in doing some real historic study. Stay off infowars.
    229 replies | 3272 view(s)
No More Results

5 Visitor Messages

  1. View Conversation
    A Liberty candidate needs your help!

    Donate today to Thomas Massie with $20.12 or something bigger! http://www.thomasmassie.com/

    For Liberty!
  2. View Conversation
    Yeah, I missed you! http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthr...kill+groundhog is the thread.
  3. View Conversation
    We need you in this thread!
  4. View Conversation
    Please help! I'm counting on RPF! http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthread.php?t=251175
  5. View Conversation
    http://www.cafepress.com/ronpauldeo

    Sorry the prices are high, CafePress has high prices to begin with, before markup. I'm only making about 3 dollars per shirt.
Showing Visitor Messages 1 to 5 of 5
About Icymudpuppy

Basic Information

About Icymudpuppy
Biography:
Just another freedom lover.
Interests:
Anything outdoors.
Occupation:
Self Employed Contractor/Army Reservist
Political Campaign Skills
Copywriters:
Language Skill
Entertainers and Events:
Band / Musician, Security
Transportation:
Driver

Signature


CPT Jack. R. T.
US Army Resigned - Iraq Vet.
Level III MACP instructor, USYKA/WYKKO sensei
Professional Hunter/Trapper/Country living survivalist.

Statistics


Total Posts
Total Posts
4,493
Posts Per Day
1.55
Visitor Messages
Total Messages
5
Most Recent Message
04-26-2012 12:19 AM
General Information
Last Activity
03-23-2017 11:27 PM
Join Date
04-15-2009
Referrals
2
No results to display...
No results to display...
Page 1 of 2 12 LastLast

03-21-2017


03-20-2017


03-16-2017


03-15-2017


03-14-2017


07-12-2016

  • 06:49 AM - Hidden

07-11-2016

  • 11:11 PM - Hidden
  • 11:00 PM - Hidden
  • 10:55 PM - Hidden
  • 10:52 PM - Hidden


Page 1 of 2 12 LastLast