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he article located at this URL, and earlier at Geocities, was first written 4 years ago.Since then I have learned a bit more about Freemasonry and have had many communications, good and bad, with its members.I've been put on an "anti-mason" [hit]list, along with others who dare to write anything unflattering against the brethren; I've had heated debates and arguments in public forums and message boards; and I've actually been threatened, both subtly and overtly.Curiously, many times the offended Mason claims to be a chaplain, a minister or a supposed "man of cloth" - a real surprise, at first, considering the occult nature of the organization.The negative experiences far outweigh the positive.

At the very least, joining a secret society, or a "society with secrets," creates a glaring conflict of interest.The following document doesn't go into corruption or masonic favoritism.A secret society, by its very nature - and one as widespread and established as masonry - would naturally enable such intrigue.My only intention here is to outline its influence, and guiding hand on a unique phenomenon that occurred at the crossroads of the 19th and 20th century.Having learned from earlier criticism, and with all brevity aside, I hope this page is seen as one of the most comprehensive and accurate expositions in this field of study.

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