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I was doing a research on freemasons and i came to some realy interesting info.
anyways i was inspired to make these sigs.
so here is my contribution to "a system of morality veiled in allegory and illustrated by symbols."
yeah...right.
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extraterrestrialarts Featured By Owner Edited Jul 9, 2014  Professional General Artist
"Nothing More Beyond" reminds me of the MIB response, well basically its an enforcement where only the privileged or authorised is only allowed to access, and in the case, the symbol actually is an extraterrestrial one they stole used to describe avoiding contact with people particularly earth people of low consciousness.
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menapia Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2014
brilliant picture, here in Ireland Freemasonry was always associated with progressive politics and the republican ideal many of the members of the United Irishmen who organised the 1798 rebellion against the British Empire were masons
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Razthor Featured By Owner Sep 20, 2013
-the square and compass more than representing conquer, following the Freemasons idealism represent duty and moderation witch every member of the order must follow strictly

-the cross and the Crown belong represents to the highest rank of the York Rite, symbolizing the principles of Knighthood under the service of god and king, more like the theory of the 2 swords

-the third one is the Symbol of the Royal Arch, more selective than the first three degrees of masons, very few ever set foot inside this level of freemasonry, yet this is the Royal Arch of the the York Rite.

-and the last one is the Royal Arch in the Scottish rite, same characteristics but different teachings on them, making the difference with the Royal Arch of the York Rite.
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Redneck-Werewolf Featured By Owner Jun 11, 2009
what gorgeous sings! im currently trying to apply 4 their teen and young adult program, the demolays
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TheBeatDandy Featured By Owner Jul 22, 2009
thats cool! i think that you will really enjoy it.
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Redneck-Werewolf Featured By Owner Jul 22, 2009
i cant wait to join! this one guy is supposed to get in touch w/ my parents so i hope i wont have to wait long!
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TheBeatDandy Featured By Owner Jun 21, 2008
Christ was a mentor in the highest sense. perhaps the mentor of us all
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Chyme12 Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2009
Hi.......there is no ';perhaps' about it.
When Jesus said, "I am the light of the world" He meant exactly what He says! Only He could open the eyes of the blind......He would never 'hoodwink' anyone nor place a noose about their necks or threaten to slit their throats, cut out their tongues and bury them in the tide which ebbs and flows twice every 24 hours! I think this sounds more like satan, don't you?
No my friend, if you truly hunger and thirst after righteousness, then go straight to the fountain of life and you will be filled with the waters of ETERNAL LIFE! Even Jesus says to you this day,"Leave your nets and follow me!" Do not get entangled in the nets of this life.
Peter saw first hand, the wisdom and beauty of Jesus and declared, " To whom shall I go, YOU have the words of eternal life!"

May your eyes be truly opened. There are lesser lights to lead you away.......to ignorance and destruction.
Jesus says, "I am the way, the truth and the light!"
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TheBeatDandy Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2009
Yes it is too bad that we cannot live in the constant glory of Christ, you just can’t, if you have ever been mad, stressed or frustrated then you are not living in Christ, but that’s what is great about him, you can always come back.
Now with that said, as I said above there are many other truths or lights, that do not lead to salvation, but are worthy, like mathematics, the natural, social, biological, and earth sciences, none of these have to do with Christ, but are imperative to the good of a civilization, especially one as large as ours. So does freemasonry lead to salvation? Once again, No. But that does not make it evil, in fact it is a facilitator of morality, justice, and tolerance, and thus can aid people in their spiritual journey back to the creator, which through our path is through the son. Freemasonry is simply beyond religion, much like our government, the law, the elks lodge, you grocery store etc.. It is nether good or evil.
The penalties you mention above come from the punishments carried out in England during the middle ages, and have nothing to do with Satin, Freemasonry’s language is so old that it is archaic, and unless you truly study with some degree of common sense you will get confused when you hear terms like worshipful master, worshipful lodge, and etc… (which is the old way of saying honorable by the way) Even Christ said that the violator of a Childs innocence should have a mill stone put around his neck and cast into the sea, or if your tong, hand, eye, etc.. Offends the Deity then pluck it out.
And I do not think that you, I or any other mortal is to Judge what is of Satin or not.
Therefore thou art inexcusable, O man, whosoever thou art that judgest: for wherein thou judgest another, thou condemnest thyself; for thou that judgest doest the same things.
Romans 2:1
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Chyme12 Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2009
I think you'll find my words were warning and admonition springing from concern. What you do is your lookout and of course,there's only one judge and only one worshipful Master!
The devil can spout morals and charitable deeds when it suits his modus operandi. Think it no strange thing that the devil transforms himself into an angel of light!

As far as the natural sciences are concerned,did you actually say 'these have nothing to do with Christ'? Yes, you did!
Nothing to do with the ONE who created them? Want to re-think that one?
Just look at what they have led the world into. E=Mc2....the mathematical formula that eventually made possible the nuclear nightmare in which we now find ourselves. Oppenheimer declaring, "I am become death, the destroyer of worlds!"
No.........one cannot separate mathematics, biology or anything else from the spirit of Christ.......if you do, then it is corruption and eventually ultimate destruction.
If you are a true man, then you are a free man.....Jesus says, "Whom the Son sets free is free indeed"!
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