THE HIDDEN POWER BEHIND FREEMASONRY
WHAT MASONRY PERMITS!
Lt. Col. Gordon "Jack" Mohr
With this kind of obtuse (dull and insensitive) thinking, we find things
permitted within the Lodge which are strictly forbidden in the Christians
life. Notice some of these practices and ask yourself whether they are moral
a. -Notice that the Oath of the Master Mason allows him to
commit adultery with any unchaste female related to a fellow Mason, or with
any other woman if he so desires.
b. - It permits him to conceal his adultery, if he does not know the
female concerned is related to a fellow Master Mason. There is no evidence
anywhere, that he is expected to try and find out if this relationship
c. - A Masonic Oath is not retroactive, so this feature stimulates lower
degrees to work into the higher degrees where they have more protection
while "doing their own thing."
d. - Their Oath permits the Master Mason to commit adultery with
any female who does not belong to the restricted group.
e. - This Oath permits the Master Mason to be an adulterer as long as he
follows the restrictions laid down by his order, or as long as he keeps his
f. - While this Masonic covenant seems to protect female virtue, it
actually undermines it. It makes the guilt for adultery committed, the fault
of the woman, rather than of her Masonic seducer. In all cases where the
Master Mason does not know she is related to another Master Mason, or when
she is not, the Master Mason is considered innocent, even if his act is an
act of rape against her will. To him, she is "nothing but a piece of meat,"
to be used anyway the Mason desires.
What a travesty of
decency and justice this is; what a contravention of Christian morality. Yet
it is considered the sacred right by many men, who live under the protective
screen of Freemasonry.
In all cases of immorality, not covered by his oath, the Mason is absolved
of guilt, since he is only following the dictates and inclination of his
"natural self," which is the deity he worships. Matthew 6:24 tells us:
"NO man can serve two masters: for either he will hate the one and love
the other; or else he will hold to the one, and despise the other. Ye cannot
serve God and Mammon."
(MAMMON is "materialism," "love of the flesh," "Naturalism.") A man cannot
be a Mason and still serve and love the true God!
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