Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Masonic Pentagram not Satanic, just Pagan says California Freemason

Letter to the Editor

I read the article in the Nov. 8 Tehachapi News regarding sheriff’s deputies investigating a site in Old Towne that had allegedly been used as a site for satanic ritual. The reporter then goes on to describe the pentagram as a symbol used by other cultures or religions such as Freemasonry. That touched a nerve.

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Saturday, January 17, 2009

Freemasonry and the Media

by Paul Fisher, Author of Behind the Lodge Door
George Washington, Masons, US News & World Report
Masonry obviously wields enormous influence in world media. Historian Mildred Headings said Masons influenced at least 47 periodicals throughout France, off and on, during the late 19th and early 20th Centuries.

In the United States, in 1920, the Scottish Rite established a news service for 'furnishing accurate and gratuitous information to newspapers.

In 1924, the Grand Commander informed the Brethren: "Through the activities of our state organizations, the New Age Magazine, our clip service and News bureau, we are stimulating the public interest and furnishing much valuable material to speakers and writers, and thereby can reasonably claim much credit" for the growing interest in favor of compulsory education by the state.

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Freemasonry & the U.S. Supreme Court

Paul Fisher author of Behind the Lodge Door provides some background on the subject for a video produced by a Knights of Columbus Chapter.

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