Tuesday, January 9, 2018
The Masonry is a religion- on the ancient pagan mysteries
The Masons now believe in their own impersonal God who called M.A.T.S., that Great Architect of the Universe. The galleries will not be a semi cross or image of Christ. The Son and Word of God, your Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, these are for one simple secret, much like Pythagoras, Buddha and others.
The Scottish Masonic doctrine created in 1804 includes 3 initiations and 33 degrees. The third degree is a ceremony around the murderous death of Master Hiram and search for relics. Indeed the Old Testament speaks of a Hiram of Tyre who was invited by King Solomon to help build the Temple in Jerusalem. The only outside but on the murder, recover the relics, etc. is totally imaginary and mythical.
The Masonry, as it is known today, is not simple charity and philosophical organization, as its advocates claim. It is a yperthriskeia with syncretistic nature. Is that the teachers' evidence of idolatry and mystic Jews and Christians. Masons believe that they are a global fraternity. Brother call each one belonging to them, be it Muslim or Buddhist or whatever, while the non-Masons call it sacrilegious, even if he is Christian.
The Masonry is a religion and is based mainly on the ancient pagan mysteries. Temple has to call it arcade, where there are various ceremonies: Adoption lykideos (something similar to Christian baptism), marriage, memorial and more. They have degrees officials yielding their ceremonies, dressed in special uniforms, such as the Venerable, the Reverend, the Master, the Grand Master, supervisors. Using different symbols. Somewhere it seems the Bible, but not like we mean we Christians, but as a mere symbol. In the mysterious rituals using human skeleton and to some extent require the myoumeno in Masonry to drink wine in the skull that have made it look like Cup.
A Mason is not obligated to change his faith. A Christian can still be a Christian and a Muslim be a Muslim, along with the Masonic capacity.
But the question is born. Allowed Christian to be both a Mason;