I have to thank Vention MGTOW for his donation for this video. He sent me some bit coins in a way I can actually use them and it’s much appreciated. Thank you very much! If and when I finish my MGTOW book I’ll have to send him a copy as a thanks. In the city I live in there are quite a few old free masons lodges and temples that are scattered around. For today’s video I went around and took these pictures. Three of them are of lodges and temples and one of the buildinsg I’m going to show you has sacred Masonic geometry. More specifically the histogram. Many people think of it as the Star of David in the Jewish Religion but it’s used in many cultures. According to the Encyclopedia of Freemasonry “”The interlacing triangles or deltas symbolize the union of the two principles or forces, the active and passive, male and female, pervading the universe … The two triangles, one white and the other black, interlacing, typify the mingling of apparent opposites in nature, darkness and light, error and truth, ignorance and wisdom, evil and good, throughout human life.” So essentially Freemasonry recognizes that men and women are opposite or like Ying And Yang. And the first printed constitution of free masonry apparently bans women from the practice. But there are many cases where women were admitted as well in masculine only masonic bodies. One woman Salome Anderson was put in American papers in 1892 as the only female Freemason in the world. Apparently she hid in lodge room in her uncles house and learned the masonic secrets so she was pledged into secrecy. I don’t really believe this idea of a woman hiding in a Masonic Lodge and then being discovered and brought into Masonry. And that story has been used in order to excuse free-masonry as an institution for choices to include women in the practice. It’s nearly impossible for a woman dressed like a woman to enter a Masonic Lodge without the obvious fact that she’s a woman. There is even a tale about a French Madame that dressed up as a man to enlist in the French Army. Again this is a story and not verifiable. But the idea that she was willing to sacrifice her life by joining the army must have meant that she was seen as an equal by men and made a member of a male only secret society. Personally I think that male secret societies even if they have rules that forbid women from
joining will often let women join because many men are weak when it comes to having women around. And in many cases with things such as freemasonry it’s often the wives and the daughters of the men in the lodges that are selected to become members. It’s a form of nepotism. If the women that were being selected were the most rational and possibly even Nawalts then I wouldn’t be bringing any of this up. Instead it seemed like family choice to bring women into male only free masonry. There is also Co-Freemasonry for both men and women. And there were also exclusive female lodges. But the ironic thing is women have co-freemasonry and exclusive women’s lodges and yet that’s not enough. They still
have to go and force their way into the male only freemasonry groups.
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