Who Are The Knights Templars & Freemasons?

ISBN: 0983327939

The first book I read after the meetup outrage in February 2016 was Sworn In Secret, which detailed how the Knights Templar and Freemasons operated through secret societies. Since the ideas that we hold are too dangerous to the ruling establishment, I wanted to see if it would make sense for us to go underground as well.

The book begins with the story of the Knights Templar. They were a secret group of militant monks who swore an oath to provide safe passage to Christians on their pilgrimages to the Holy Land after the first successful Crusade gave the Vatican control over Jerusalem. This group of men, often the second or third-born sons of noble families, grew to become a highly skilled army that only answered to the Pope. They quickly amassed incredible power throughout Europe as they implemented various banking and logistical innovations of the time.

They swore to act in a more holy manner than many of their rough-hewn fellow Crusaders, and took vows of poverty, chastity, and obedience.

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…instead of remaining isolated behind abbey walls their mission required them to be active in the world with sword in hand, fighting against any who attacked Christians in the Holy Land. This combination of religious peace and military action was relatively new in the West, but not in the East. For many years Muslim warriors had already managed   to combine devotions with annihilations to a significant degree.

In order to fund their operations, the group sought alms from the richest men of Europe in the name of defending Christianity. Kings, lords, and noblemen answered the call, giving the Knights Templar over 800 valuable estates that allowed them to raise significant amounts of money. It’s in these estates, particularly in Jerusalem’s Temple Mount, where it’s claimed that the Knights Templar discovered numerous holy relics that gave them mystical powers. This further added to their aura of holiness and strength.

Their vows did not allow them to enrich themselves personally. Nor could they establish a dynasty for their heirs, as others had done across the continent. These men used their formidable power only in the service of pilgrims and God. This endeared them to lords and commons alike.

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The Grand Master and brothers of the red cross showed on the battlefields of the Holy Land that they were prepared to fight to the last man and die in battle. It was the nature of their chosen path in life, and they accepted it. It permeated their entire brotherhood, even down to the person who only saddled the knight’s horse. They seemed to feel they could do no less than their brothers who had already died keeping their vows. This was part of the Templar mystique that cast a spell on members of the public. There was the feeling that Templars were part of something worthy, something greater than themselves, and it was addictive.

They swore to defend each other in the face of danger in a “no man left behind” oath. Many of their entire platoons were wiped out because they refused to leave a single Templar in harm’s way.

[Their] oaths were taken by all the brothers, from highest to lowest, creating the beginning of a bond between them. As the years passed and those vows were kept, even in life-and-death situations, trust would have deepened. By all accounts the Templars were notoriously firm about living up to their obligations. They did not leave a wounded brother upon the field, nor retreat while the battle was still being fought.

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If one knight’s horse died in battle, and the man faced imminent death on foot with the enemy on every side, no other knight was allowed to leave the field of battle. The nearest knight was obliged by stubborn honor to fly to the aid of his brother, no matter the cost.

The Templars swore oaths of secrecy that kept their business practices and other plans completely concealed, not only from the public but even their own members. Unless you were high up in the organization, you only possessed a small picture of the group’s activities.

They believed that the lives of their brethren and the life of their Order hinged on keeping their secrets, even unto death. A leaked word about battle plans could kill a brother just as surely as leaving them alone on the battlefield.

The same institution that helped form the Knights Templar also lent a decisive hand in destroying them. The King of France, Philip IV, with support from the Vatican, launched a witch hunt against the Templars on a Friday the 13th using trumped-up charges (it is thought that Philip wanted to reduce their power and get out of debts owed to them). He captured and tortured 140 Templars in France. The Pope then rendered the group illegal, even though they were still beloved by the population. Members were forced to escape from lands controlled by the Pope or go underground.

Given that there were approximately 4000 brothers in the Templar Order before the sudden arrests on the 13th of October— and only about 500 of those men appeared in the official records of arrests and trials in the East and West— what happened to the 3500 others?

The book then attempts to make the connection that the Knights Templar provided the seed for another secret society that still exists today, the Freemasons. While the Freemasons originally came out of the masonry builders lodges of England and Scotland, it is thought that they took inspiration, rituals, and relics from the Knights Templar.

The Freemasons would eventually come to wield massive power on their own, especially when you consider that the founding of the United States was guided by men who were Freemasons, such as Sam Adams, Paul Revere, John Hancock, Benjamin Franklin, and George Washington. This is why symbols of the United States government, like the dollar bill and the layout of Washington DC, feature Freemasonry patterns.

During the course of the war, almost fifty percent of all the generals who served under Washington were Masons. That was an extraordinary number because the highest figure I have ever seen reported for Masons in the USA was about nine percent of the male population. In a similar manner, this society was well represented among the founding fathers of the United States. Thirty-three percent of the signers of the Constitution were Masons.

Over the years, Freemasons have developed a variety of rituals and beliefs that some may consider occult. Just like how the Knights Templar got their special “powers” from ancient relics, it’s thought that high-level Freemasons get theirs from praying to special deities.

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Theories that they are a part of the “Illuminati” are common. The author of this book doesn’t dive into those accusations, probably because he’s a Freemason himself.

Freemasonry had thrived for hundreds of years because it was based on bonds between men. Those bonds had enabled brothers to survive the many acts of excessive violence by leaders of nations and religions against them. This was the driving force that brought Freemasonry into existence, and caused it to grow stronger over the decades.

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…one of the hallmarks of Freemasonry was that its members joined together to protect themselves from the arbitrary acts of powerful men.

This book was an informative reminder that if you want to create a force multiplier among men who share the same beliefs, the best way to do it is organize and swear oaths of both secrecy and loyalty. If your beliefs go against those of the most elite members of your society, you may not have any other choice. I had to learn the hard way when I tried to organize rather innocent happy hours for me and my followers. Multiple institutions that back the ruling establishment made it clear that that wouldn’t be allowed. This book confirmed to me that operating in secret will be essential.

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The mainstream media is strong, but the will of a Templar is stronger!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5FjHln6ZfJc

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Good article. I too have been fascinated by secret brotherhoods. I’ve been researching La Cosa Nostra. Even though it is a criminal organization and has done some foul shit to innocents, I’ve read stories of how men experienced a euphoria upon being brought in. The term “brotherhood” has been mentioned by these guys. There is an FBI surveillance tape of a boss and an underboss having discussion on wanting Cosa Nostra for their sons.

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What’s La Costra Nostra done that any government hasn’t? Two things separate the mafia from government: 1) It’s organized and 2) It puts family first.

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Exactly; I’d merely say that any time groups organize in large enough endeavors, there will be side effects of harming or even killing individuals along the way. That includes every government on the planet, throughout history, as well as organized clubs and groups like the mafia.

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Even government began at the level at the band of brothers. And being successful and governing effectively accrued legitimacy and became the state.

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well, they are certainly working together with the gvmnt, have you heard on how the mafia is profiting from the migration crisis in Italy? Things change, perhaps they put their near family first, but not their own fellow italian culture which is another family of itself.

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There was also a really good documentary about a cop who infiltrated the Hell’s Angels and experienced the brotherhood that came with earning his patch. It was fascinating. He eventually had to rat them out, but during that time, he was starting to really identify with them as brothers.

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He also wrote a great book about his experiences which I had the opportunity to read. It was really interesting how he described the trials he had to be a witness at.

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Mannerbunde can be both good or evil. The former is well disciplined, governed by a warriors code and promotes virtue. The latter not so much.

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Absolutely correct assessment – operating in secrecy is a necessity for the time being. Essentially you learn from the groups which now dominate the world ever more openly.
Too bad that you will likely be subverted soon enough. But staying secret will keep you off the radar from the footsoldiers – the feminists and SJWs. That would be enough for now.

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What subversion method do you suspect will happen?

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The law of averages will get you eventually. We live in a different world, where men of honor are not respected but rather mocked, while known liars are celebrated (and elected to public office). Oaths of loyalty are fantasy to 99% of the population. The concept of actually keeping your word, especially when things become difficult, or evenly slightly uncomfortable, is just foreign to the vast majority of people. The societal pressure to uphold you honor, that would shame an oathbreaker or disloyal man… that is gone, replaced by an increasing pressure to post every detail of your life on social medium, to seek even momentary, middling fame by outing some secret or juicy gossip. The Feminine Imperative is strong. The men of today have not grown up in a system that drilled honor and loyalty and keeping your word into their heads from their earliest days, as did the men of yore. Instead, they’ve grown up under the pervasive and corruptive influence of the Feminine Imperative.
I’m sure you know a number of guys you believe are in the 1%, the ones willing to keep the secrets, avoid temptation, stay strong and hold frame. And those guys probably each know a few more trusted friends. But after that, the chances that you will accidently pull in someone outside of that steadfast 1% increase exponentially.
How many rifts have we seen open in the manosphere over the smallest of perceived slights? Will the secret survive such a rift internally?
Think of the solid, dependable guys — guys with long histories of maintaining frame — who suddenly stumble upon their lone kryptonite girl and fall into One-itis. Think of how motivated the SJWs will be to infiltrate, the lengths that they have shown themselves capable of going in the past.
We just aren’t built like we were in the past. We aren’t the men we used to be.
Don’t get me wrong, I *want* to be that kind of man. I *strive* every day to be that kind of man. I would love nothing more to see such a group come into existence and grow… even if I wasn’t a part of it.
I just believe you are up against much stronger forces with potentially much weaker resources than in most times in our history. There would have to be layers of secrecy, like the Freemasons or Scientology. It would necessarily take on some cult-like aspects to maintain its frame as an organization. Keeping it on a positive, growing path would be walking a tightrope. You would need leadership of absolute steel, willing to make very hard decisions, and willing to destroy the organization before letting it be corrupted.

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That’s why it’s GOD we need to TURN TO: GOD ALMIGHTY, LORD JESUS CHRIST. Amen.
The wicked, evil, corruptive forces of Feminism is not just an unnatural social force but it’s also an EVIL SPIRIT FORCE of Satan that has been unleashed to destroy the Foundation of God-Given Male Leadership and Authority.
Only by staying true to a GOD WHO EXISTS can we hope to individually and collectively rectify our life situations. Amen.

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I was just thinking today about how I don’t see a second American revolution as possible. Think of all the people in government, banking, industry, real estate, etc. who are raking in the dollars under our current system. I simply cannot foresee more than a very small minority of them putting the good of the nation, or principles, or God, or their family, or others above their personal enrichment, and joining any kind of revolutionary cause, no matter how just or moral or good it would be.

They would strongly oppose any change to a more fair, just, strong, patriarchal, wise, system because they don’t want to jeapordize their personal wealth. Without strong leaders, there is no way a rebellion would ever be supported except by a few loners out in the woods, who would quickly be murdered by their government.

I’ll end by pointing again to the Knights Templar and their oath. Why are they known and remembered today? They made decisions like refusing to leave the field of battle while one man was knocked off his horse. In the moment, that was a completely illogical choice for any of those men to make, to risk their lives for one man who was probably doomed anyway. But in the long run of history, it doesn’t even matter who won or lost that battle in the desert.

Hell, Christians won, but we don’t control the Holy Land today, so was it really an important victory? What we *do* remember, though, and what *was* important and the reason the Templars are still in our collective memories, is because of their honor and their code. The individuals who may have died throwing their lives away in a futile attempt are gone, but their honor and strength remains as an example to us today.

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Every revolution was started by a small group. As long as some real men remain, there is hope for us.

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The military industrial complex is huge. Due to its enormous budget, and the police spy state that exists in the west, there has been infiltration of almost every group imaginable by government spies. There does not have to be, and typically is not, any tie to crime or suspecting a crime has occured. The mere fact that it is a group counter to the power interests is enough. This clip is almost 15 years old:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DJrcO355K7I

Groups like the Quakers who are basically Amish without all the prairie dresses and homebuilding, and PETA, who support animal rights, were infiltrated and spied upon. Greenpeace members, who advocate for alternatives to fossil fuel and stronger air and water pollution laws, were put on a terist watch list.

There was an in depth clip of this in Fahrenheit 9-11 where these 80 year old meditating quakers discovered a guy who had attended their meeting under false pretenses was actually a police spy, and only found out when they saw an obituary where he died in a motorcycle accident.

You’d better believe an organization with as much exposure as ROK would be infiltrated. Hell, there are probably people paid just to read and interact on your blog already. Haven’t you noticed what happens when certain issues are discussed?

The way such an organization could work is through a decentralized model, like how the meetups were planned to be. Then it wouldn’t really matter if a handful of groups were infiltrated or not.

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You’re right on with this line of thought- decentralized cells are the way to go. It’s hard for an Orwellian police state pig doing the bidding of his globalist Khazarian financier masters to watch and observe hundreds of tiny but dedicated small groups. Also, the more guys who start small blogs or social media efforts promoting pro masculine red pill anti NWO ideas will serve as counterprorpaganda to the feminist Commie media.

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“You’d better believe an organization with as much exposure as ROK would be infiltrated. Hell, there are probably people paid just to read and interact on your blog already. Haven’t you noticed what happens when certain issues are discussed?”

I’ve noticed there are those SJW types that come here and spew their SJW logic and act like children. Then there are those infiltratoes who attempt to “pace and lead” where, in a discussion, they at first agree with a red pill assertion, then try to subtly turn the conversation around to a pro socialist direction. Always when I read something like that I call ’em out immediately.

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I agree with you but that doesn’t happen. Now look over there at that cute puppy.

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The same methods used to subvert the original Freemasons and in recent times Greenpeace (most founding members were fired or left in disgust in the 1990s).
I would not be concerned about the occasional FBI agent or undercover cop. They will just go along with everything and file a report with nothing happening so long as a group does not plan to arm itself or do something stupid.

Far more dangerous is subversion by money and by intelligent members who wish to take greater leadership positions. That is why you must never ever let someone else take the lead. If you wish to create a “secret” neomasculine society, then you must have the final say in things, no matter whether a member would like to donate 100k or 1 mio. for some increased input. That is how the well-connected money power seized control of the Freemasons. This is not an ego thing, just pure long-term strategic survival.

That way a movement can survive and men can meet, network for jobs, cooperate, help each other and get to know men with common interests and values. A secret neomasculine society can easily run under the radar of the press and the feminists.

If a movement cannot be subverted at the top, then they are only concerned if it becomes too dangerous for their agendas. Frankly a neomasculine society might only become troublesome for the top if it reaches hundreds of thousands or millions and those men move in tandem to change things in opposition to their plans. But if the men don’t act in any overt opposing fashion, then who knows, they may leave us in peace even if we number millions.

I might also add that our beliefs are probably not contrary to what the elite thinks, but they are contrary to what THEY WANT the worker-classes TO THINK.

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“. But if the men don’t act in any overt opposing fashion, then who knows, they may leave us in peace even if we number millions”

But eventually we will want to change things for the better. And when we try to change? Thats where it could get ugly.

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And again we have to take lessons from them. They drew up plans going into hundreds of years with goals to be achieved in 50 year intervals.
If we want to do that, then we have to take such a long-term approach. Only then can it be done – at best sped up when the times are more promising.

Any short-term opposition is incredibly difficult for now, since their power-structure is so well founded and all-pervasive.

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2 Timothy 3:1-6 comes to mind. Especially the first word in verse 4. Also let verse 6 sink in.

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sooooo… the end is tomorrow?!?!
ZING!

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Cognitive Infiltration and a host of other methods that have evolved from Cointelpro:

http://www.salon.com/2010/01/15/sunstein_2/

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Going in secret might be the best option. Hierarchical organizations always work best. In secret only those who seek out the truth will find it so it works as a good filtering mechanism as well.

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You’re conclusions in this matter are wrong.

While it’s one thing to insist on worthiness before revealing the inner workings of a group, it is a disaster to be too secret. To keep ourselves honest we need feedback, when a group is too insular it has no feedback and as a result it cannot self correct. And this is assuming the group doesn’t get taken over by malicious sociopaths.

If you go this route, I promise you that you will eventually be infiltrated and co-opted. You will become part of the problem.

The correct way is to be transparent, even about the things you are not going to openly discuss. You say, “that’s for people we trust”. When asked why, you say, beacuse X, Y, and Z. People aren’t stupid, they can understand that your bank account is not supposed to public knowledge. But that requires brutal honesty on your part to get that trust.

You view the meetings as a failure, I do not. I view it as a massive success. Because of the disruption of those meetings you have brought into the open the poison and sickness of the feminist movement by letting them show the world how insane they are. When government decides to use force against you, then government MUST answer for that. Let them. Let them explain themselves, because the second, the instant they do that, you have a right to explain your self. And that gives you air time, and that spreads your idea.

And if they make the even bigger mistake of NOT explaining themselves they say your ideas are dangerous. And that is perfect. Because an idea is only dangerous if it has power, and power em-powers. People want what can help them. Saying your ideas are dangerous is saying your ideas empower those who know them. We may not know this concsiously, but unconsciously, this is understood.

We live in the age of the Streisand effect. Attempting to shut down a group is THE BEST THING YOU CAN HOPE FOR. Once that happens, the Streisand effect predicts that your information will be spread 1000x more than anything you could hope to do on your own.

In this, you enemies and opponents become your best friends and greatest allies.

Further, by going secret you say you are afraid. If you say you fear, you say you are weak, if you are weak, then you are irrelevant. When a bunch of misguided men came to Frederick Douglas’ anti-slavery printing press with clubs, he snatched up a crowbar and smashed the printing presses himself.


They moved menacingly towards one of the printing presses, but Douglass beat them to it:

“You can smash this place and I’ll open the paper elsewhere. Stop me and others will take my place. You came here to destroy my paper? Let me help you!”

Douglass smashed the printing press himself.

“You can smash machines, but you can’t smash ideas.”

Maybe that happened, maybe it didn’t. But the story resonates because we all know that it has Truth.

I hope you make the right decision.

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Good stuff. Agreed. Let the work be done in OPEN. The Church of Almighty God, Lord Jesus Christ is OPENLY SEEN and KNOWN to be critiqued by those who are not believers. Amen.

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The church has done tons of this underground stuff at various points in history. Take the Jesus fish, for example. It’s origin is that it was a secret identifier.

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… I take it you may be meaning the “Christian church” (not “Catholic church”) when you say “church”.
Hmm… I don’t know much about the history origin of the “Jesus fish” as a secret identifier for the church; although I can find out.
Yeah, back then when physical persecution was rife; people had to make ways to stay undetected from persecutors. Amen.

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You are correct in that I mean the Christian church. The Jesus fish was code used in Rome when being a Christian may have meant getting fed to lions.

They have also done that sort of stuff in China in my life time, though I believe that Christians can be open about their faith there now.

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You have a point.

Alex Jones and InfoWars are a great example. His investigations and exposes are dangerous to the elite. He knew that. Early on he decided to just go out and go out big, being as transparent as possible. And look where he is today – one of the key media outlets helping to elect an anti-establishment candidate (Trump) to the presidency!

Had Jones instead decided to go all secret and underground, (a) He never would have become as effective and (b) His organization more than likely would have been either infiltrated or shut down through other means.

But with the power of millions of patriots behind him, the elite don’t dear shut him down, without risking *real* revolution. And he only got there by being fully public and in-your-face about everything.

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I thought it was interesting that the Paris jihad attacks last year occurred on Friday 13th, considering the king who took out the Knights Templar on that day was French. Are the Knights still around, just on the opposite side?

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That would make for an awesome conspiracy theory / movie / video game.

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I have heard it said the Templars – soon after receiving their office on Temple Mount – heard that there was a great treasure buried beneath. After much digging deep down its been claimed that what they found was all the corrupt books which were confiscated from the tribe of Dan – who were into occult practice and magic – which were buried under there.

The line of thinking being that Solomon confiscated the books, and passed them on to Hiram Abiff to dispose of. Hiram then proceeded to bury them under Solomons temple; or at least thats how the story I heard goes.

Maybe someone knows more about this?

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Sounds like the plot of an Indiana Jones movie.

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Tribe of Dan? Tribe of Dan Brown more like it.

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I’ve been thinking a similar thing. Our meetup happened but isn’t going anywhere because men don’t talk, we build. We still meet once a month but tbh, they’re kind of awkward. But if the meetup was part of building a thing with a purpose it might have gone better. To be part of something greater than yourself.

For it to work the purpose should have to be a) very big to the point of being a generational undertaking b) populated by men with children so that they see their efforts as contributing their sons/daughters’ wellbeing and c) be above any suspicion of personal gain by the leaders.

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If a situation between men is awkward then just add more beer, duh.

I agree with your second paragraph, and I also think RoK needs to be encouraged to grow up and its members need to start having kids and building the future. We need to switch from dating tips to bride-snagging tips, for example, and then include our wives and children in our community (to a minor extent merely to emphasize what we as men ought to be doing, but we remain a male community).

I intend to write a bride-snagging book and articles late this year (for snagging foreign brides, yeah). I hope RoK falls in behind my effort when I pitch it to them. Roosh says he wants kids, but he’s yet to compose any of his ideas seriously and put them into action (as far as I know).

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Roosh, I’m a supporter and all, but these guys took vows of celibacy (you even quoted it). It’s like a medieval version of MGTOW. Ugh!

Can’t we draw inspiration from a group who weren’t sexual failures, instead? I vote Vikings or Mongols. Those guys were industrious.

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I suspect men joined these celibate orders when they saw that women didn’t want them any way. They could maintain the illusion that a god loved them even if women didn’t.

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It’s all about the transcendent. Vikings viewed their race and the gods as transcendent. Christians view Natural Theology as transcendent. You can have all the oaths, vows, secrets, orders, etc. you want, but none of it is going to bind anyone unless the power of your shared transcendent beliefs is very very strong. Nothing in nature is worth fighting for in a virtuous manner. Men in the state of nature only temporarily bind together in selfish pursuit of money and power, which leads to selfish amoral and immoral behavior and a soon betrayal. Only the transcendent can bind men together in pursuit of selfless lasting virtue.

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If anyone wants to understand Masonry read their handbook “Morals and Dogma” by Albert Pike.

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It’s hardly a handbook nor is it universally accepted…it’s controversial even in Masonry.

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Daryush, sincerely, you need to read more that a hundred books and documents :
1) to be able to decide what is the truth from what is not,
2) and consequently to decide which action you need to take.

But it will take you years to reach understanding and you have to apply yourself to this task only.

Illuminati is another word for Manicheans. They call themselves as such because they worship Light, which they currently call Lucifer, who is mixed with and opposed to Darkness. During the 16th and 17th centuries, these Manicheans called themselves Rosicrucians in reference to Martin Luther’s rose with a cross. Luther was Manichean and so were all these Protestants who were destroying the Church. During the 17th century, Thomas Vaughan and the Rosicrucians, who included Sir Francis Bacon and Cromwell, infiltrated operative masonry and created speculative masonry in order to recruit new adepts to their religion. This fact was revealed by Diana Vaughan who converted to Catholicism from Illuminism and who revealed these facts in her writings.

The leaders of the Templars were Manicheans like the Cathars and other Paulicians of Europe.

The first Manicheans as organised by Mani were divided into two classes:
1) the elects or elite,
2) the hearers.
This is where the modern word “elite” comes from.

Saint Augustine in De Haeresibus (www.augustinus.it/latino/eresie/index2.htm) describes well the Manichean doctrine, as he himself was a convert from Manicheism. In paragraph 46.15, he describes one of their doctrines as such:
“Christum autem fuisse affirmant, quem dicit nostra Scriptura serpentem, a
quo illuminatos asserunt ut cognitionis oculos aperirent, et bonum
malumque dignoscerent”
“They affirm that Christ was the one that our Scriptures calls the serpent, from whom, as they assert, they were illuminated so that they opened the eyes of knowledge and knew good and bad.”
This is where the word “illuminati” comes from.

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But, under all circumstances, all this knowledge is not helpful because the only way these modern Manicheans are ruling the world now is by the magic of credit into false money. Which credit is now carved in the hearts of humans as if it is carved in basalt. And which credit you yourself will never be able to erase from the hearts of humans be it openly or secretly.

Credit is the dynamo that is moving everything. Humans, nine tenths of whom were peasants, driven by this blind credit and greed, have abandoned the only true wealth that was in their hands in favor of a fake wealth that is credit-supported paper banknotes, thus becoming slaves to those who print these banknotes.

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It’s not the feminists we have to worry so much about. Yeah sure they are annoying like gnats but it’s their enablers like the ones who fund them and their white knight SJW enablers. The most dangerous are the average folks (the masses of population) who easily fall and get duped and will believe whatever media tells them and blindly follows. The blind followers are the most dangerous, they will agree (just because the media told them) and say “that man is a rapist”, “rapist!, sexist! racist!” and throw in labels as some sort of hysteric scare tactics. They are dangerous because they are masses and numbers show strength. They can also cause unnecessary riot and ruin a Man’s chance of getting employed.

Because majority of people sadly do not know the true nature of women, they will easily and automatically believe a woman’s word against a Man (even though woman can be just as wrong as Man is) but because she has a vagina, she will get a free pass and the society will be the jury, judge and executioner and try to frame, and start a lynch mob against a Man being accused. Of course there are situations that Man can commit horrific crimes but I also wonder how many innocent males lives were killed from mass lynching throughout history just because from a woman’s false words. I can only imagine.

With that being said, with all these reasons… I fully support the need for secret underground group.

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interesting to breakdown

find a cause or project
be devoted
get funding from rish afluential public for it
and go and do that project,

seems like most try to make a wage off of this format like anita sarkessian by playing pro victim.

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The organisation and beliefs of the freemasons at the highest levels (unknown to simple members) is extremely connected to the Jews. You missed that connection:

“Freemasonry is a Jewish establishment, whose history, grades, official appointments, passwords, and explanations are Jewish from beginning to end.”
Rabbi Isaac Wise

http://www.whale.to/b/jews_and_freemasonry.html

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I think-not only operate secretly is good for this community,but also infiltrating in groups of enemies can be very useful. Those who search this kind of knowledge, will find a way to this community.. As i found a way to this website after about a couple years from the moment, when i started to search in internet,what others say about pickup,true nature of women and so..

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Why do you go to extremes? There are parts which should be secret and parts which shouldn´t.

This was a pretty weak analysis of the Masons and Templars. Pretty weak indeed. Are you scared of them?
You better be.

Templars were the first international banking system. Pilgrims would deposit money to a templar in the beginning of their journey. And receive a letter of credit. Afterwards they would receive a part of this money, interest deducted, in various posts of their itinerary.

Nowadays it´s pretty obvious what masonry are used for.

There is an absolute crisis of values. When you don´t have values you can accept everything. There´s no right or wrong. This concepts simply don´t exist.

You are diverging and becoming to vague.

You also seem to be in a conflict. If you should sell out or continue this path.

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OK. Anonymous Mason here. At least at the basic level there is no grand conspiracy (I wish there was). I joined because I wanted to be in a true fraternity. Most men attend events as a way of getting out of the house and not being around the wife. It is also a good networking group. Yeah there is “ritual” stuff but if you want to know what goes on just Google it. The scripts are all out there. If you want the real experience just ask a Mason to join. Unless you are an ass they will let you in. Then you can experience the real thing.

Maybe if you progress the degrees or join some of the offshoots there is something more, but really it is just an old school way for guys to be guys and hang out with men. It is really just a good way to waste away the 2nd and 4th whatever day of every month.

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Rooshv you should read about Adam Weishaupt then and how he organised the Illuminati. He got this Baron Adolphe Knigge guy who was a Freemason to recruit a whole bunch of masons, and the Illuminati infiltrated the Masons throughout Europe, becoming a secret society _within_ a secret society. FYI this was also about the time of the American Revolution, most of the founding fathers were Masons, and there is even a rumor that George Washington was Adam Weishaupt in disguise.

Also check out the movie The Man Who Would Be King, for a bit of fun. In that movie they play off the idea that Alexander the Great was a Freemason… There are rumors that Masonry goes back much earlier than the 1700s or even the Crusades, that it in fact goes back even to Ancient Egypt and beyond. Not sure how true that is for the organised secret society, but ‘free masons’ ie skilled craftsmen certainly organised in guilds and ‘societies’ since very early times in Britain and even earlier in the Roman empire and other ancient societies. Lots of interesting stuff to look into in this area.

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All organizations are the same. I once watched a documentary from 1994 called “Dead Homiez” about Crips and Bloods. Maybe it’s on YouTube. They interview a somewhat ignorant sounding rapper who made a lot of sense “Government got gangs, police got gangs, girls got gangs, TV News is a gang, f*k it, it’s just a big gang war”. Well he’s right. Everything on this planet is a political move whether you think you are political or not. Actions cause reactions. This kid gets bullied and picked on, he becomes a serial killer, One kid gets bullies and picked on he becomes a big time business leader. Someone is abused by their father they become a drug addict and fear life itself and run the other way.

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As a Mason myself, secrecy is the best part. Everyone just wonders what goes on but they never learn it from me. I can most assuredly say that no occult activities are involved though.