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Parliament House was designed by Freemasons to resemble sacred geometry

By Barcham - 16 September 2013 30

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rbw 11:35 pm 17 Sep 13

Mike Crowther said :

OK RBW, I’m not calling you crazy. I don’t know you and am in no position to judge you. But I am in a position to judge some of what you have written. You say that all you have done is to put your research in front of us. Fine, but you have a few problems with the way you have skewed some of that information. And added raw opinion. For example….

Quote: “Sydney is considered by some as the occult capital of the world..”

By whom?

Quote: “When Carnarvon told the Prince of Wales of his decision to go to Australia it was the Prince who definitely gave him a specific imperial commission and who probably asked him to look into and suggest a solution to the Masonic problems of New South Wales and of Victoria as well.

Probably? Source? Or is this a ‘guess’.

Quote: Parkes was never officially recognised as a Mason, but he worked hand in hand with Carnarvon in staging Australia’s federation….

Or, putting it another way, ‘Parkes wasn’t a Mason.’ Masonry isn’t an outlaw Bike club. There are no arms length ‘associates’. One is either ‘in’ or ‘out’. Parkes wasn’t ever ‘in’.

Quote: ‘Leadbeater was a priest of the Church of England (The Freemason church)’

There is no ‘Freemason church’. In fact the discussion or religion inside lodge is forbidden. Masonry is open to members of any faith. (South west Sydney has quite a few Muslim members.)

Quote: I have studied the rituals of Freemasonry deeply…

Unless you are a former Mason, what you have studied are the rituals one can find dotted about the internet which may or may not be accurate. Or, you have been told by former Masons who, by breaking their freely given oath render themselves untrustworthy individuals. Either way….

I could go on, but I’m sure you get my drift. If you’re going to publish a book, you’ll need more than raw data and post hoc ergo propter hoc argument. (x happened, y happened, therefore x caused y.)

Disclosure. I am a local Freemason. We raise money for Clair Holland House. We run a ‘Feeding the Needy’ van. We younger Masons provide some gardening and maintenance services for Masonic homes (retirement villages). Yes we are an organization with secrets, but certainly not the kind of dark secrets the religion I was born into kept.
So what if there have been a few Masons serve as Prime Minister, though the last of these was well over forty years ago. This is not surprising. Masonry was at its height in Australia just after WW2 as we seemed to provide something that returned men found attractive. We do have certain obligations to each other but let me tell you, I wouldn’t have voted for either Billy McMahon or Bob Menzies. And I certainly don’t run the world. I would have noticed.

Hi Mike,
Thanks for your comments.

1. Theosophists believe Sydney to be the occult Capital of the world according to those following the work of Charles Leadbeater.

2.
The source for Lord Carnavon information is taking verbatim from the work of your fellow Freemason
Lord Carnarvon in Australia
by R.W.Bro James Daniel, PM Quatuor Coronati Lodge of Research #2076 EC
United Grand Lodge of England.
http://www.freemasons-freemasonry.com/masonic-networks-connections.html

3.
Parkes was never officially recognized as a mason, doesn’t mean he wasn’t one. He travelled in all the circles of fellow Freemasons. Again, I was fair and simply stated this as such, that he likely was due to his friendships and also the awards he received. I have not presented the information stating definitively he was.

4.
Yes I am aware discussion of religion is forbidden in your organization. It is well established that many high ranking Freemasons in England, are also worshippers in the Church of England. There is another circumstantial evidence out there, that the church is a de facto organization, although in recent times it has more tried to distance itself. I will at least give you this one and I will attempt to clarify my research. It was simply an off the cuff statement, this post was not meant to represent the quality of a book. I have well researched and sourced material. I choose not to include sources here.

5.
I have read many hundreds of books within the American Masonic library. Old manuals and leftovers from deceased freemasons whose next of kin sold their books and they were later revealed on the internet. I have studied many of the rituals in the higher degrees of the Scottish Rite and they are very similar to those practicised in the Hermetic movements, such as the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn.

6

Thanks for your disclosure. Like I freely admitted, public freemasonry does a lot of great things. Your organization is built on a hierarchy, and mate, you aren’t anywhere near the big boys in that club. Of course you are not going to be told all the secrets … Anyway I suggest you read the history given by your colleague R.W.Bro James Daniel over there in the UGL….you might learn something.

Have a nice day.
Regards
James Macaron

arthwollipot 9:52 pm 17 Sep 13

Wow. Mr Macaron, I want to thank you, truly, for your essay. You’ve given me so much great comedy material to work with.

Mike Crowther 7:52 pm 17 Sep 13

OK RBW, I’m not calling you crazy. I don’t know you and am in no position to judge you. But I am in a position to judge some of what you have written. You say that all you have done is to put your research in front of us. Fine, but you have a few problems with the way you have skewed some of that information. And added raw opinion. For example….

Quote: “Sydney is considered by some as the occult capital of the world..”

By whom?

Quote: “When Carnarvon told the Prince of Wales of his decision to go to Australia it was the Prince who definitely gave him a specific imperial commission and who probably asked him to look into and suggest a solution to the Masonic problems of New South Wales and of Victoria as well.

Probably? Source? Or is this a ‘guess’.

Quote: Parkes was never officially recognised as a Mason, but he worked hand in hand with Carnarvon in staging Australia’s federation….

Or, putting it another way, ‘Parkes wasn’t a Mason.’ Masonry isn’t an outlaw Bike club. There are no arms length ‘associates’. One is either ‘in’ or ‘out’. Parkes wasn’t ever ‘in’.

Quote: ‘Leadbeater was a priest of the Church of England (The Freemason church)’

There is no ‘Freemason church’. In fact the discussion or religion inside lodge is forbidden. Masonry is open to members of any faith. (South west Sydney has quite a few Muslim members.)

Quote: I have studied the rituals of Freemasonry deeply…

Unless you are a former Mason, what you have studied are the rituals one can find dotted about the internet which may or may not be accurate. Or, you have been told by former Masons who, by breaking their freely given oath render themselves untrustworthy individuals. Either way….

I could go on, but I’m sure you get my drift. If you’re going to publish a book, you’ll need more than raw data and post hoc ergo propter hoc argument. (x happened, y happened, therefore x caused y.)

Disclosure. I am a local Freemason. We raise money for Clair Holland House. We run a ‘Feeding the Needy’ van. We younger Masons provide some gardening and maintenance services for Masonic homes (retirement villages). Yes we are an organization with secrets, but certainly not the kind of dark secrets the religion I was born into kept.
So what if there have been a few Masons serve as Prime Minister, though the last of these was well over forty years ago. This is not surprising. Masonry was at its height in Australia just after WW2 as we seemed to provide something that returned men found attractive. We do have certain obligations to each other but let me tell you, I wouldn’t have voted for either Billy McMahon or Bob Menzies. And I certainly don’t run the world. I would have noticed.

maxblues 6:37 pm 17 Sep 13

Good work James, I’m glad you brought up Rosicrucianism, Hermeticism, Gnosticism, and Mithraism but what about the wicked cult of TISM and their evil leader Ron Hitler Barassi?
Anyway Grand Poobah Palmer will soon arrive in the Triangle to sort things out (after rearranging the deckchairs on the Titanic).

Spiral 3:44 pm 17 Sep 13

Stupid Freemasons.

I wanted a stone wall built and they told me they don’t do that sort of thing.

Just like those stupid toastmasters. I have never seen them make toast at one of their meetings.

They are all a big bunch of liars I tell you.

switch 3:44 pm 17 Sep 13

tl;dr

rbw 3:29 pm 17 Sep 13

Well I do very much find it interesting everyone is choosing to personally attack me, rather than focus on the information I supplied, which is all in the public record. I am not suggesting for one minute that I agree with their beliefs. I have read hundreds of esoteric books on this subject and every book about Walter Burley Griffin, all I am repeating is WHAT THEY BELIEVE. I am more than happy to discredit their belief system – yes it is on many respects loony. I don’t agree with it either. If you think I am the loony for telling you what Griffin’s philosophy was, what the philosophy of the Theosophists was and verifiable Freemason history then so be it. Nothing I wrote is factually untrue. If you go down to your local library, you’ll begin to uncover the exact same information I did.

54-11 — according to the esoteric books, there is a public freemasonry, a charitable ethically and morally based order of happy men trying to foster a spiritual system of peer group socialability. Nothing really wrong with that. They like dressing up and performing basic ceremonies, having a meal and beer on a regular occasion. Accordingly, there is a more hidden type of freemasonry, and it doesnt necessarily always go by that name. Again, I am just repeating the information supplied by those higher level freemasons such as Albert Pike and Manly P Hall. But I guess I am simply a loony for reading historical books in our libraries!!

p1 3:20 pm 17 Sep 13

I sat down to eat my lunch to day, and thought “I’ll take a few minutes, enjoy the food, and read some riot act”. I didn’t even get all the way though one post. Guess which one.

rbw said :

…..and not a conspiracy theorist.

You sure do have a lot of theories about people conspiring about things though, don’t you.

Personally I know the Stonecutters don’t control Canberra. The Reptoids would never allow that.

LSWCHP 3:09 pm 17 Sep 13

rbw said :

…deletage…

Regards
James Macaron

Thanks James. Excellent work that, but I think that you’ve barely scratched the surface. Please supply more information.

poetix 3:07 pm 17 Sep 13

Re the comment significantly placed at #13:

(I have no wish to explode RiotACT’s computers by quoting it.) There could be as many obscene words in there as beetles in Egypt and no-one will ever read them. Longest comment I have ever seen!

Brevity is the soul of wit; a quote often wrongly attributed to Freemason Oscar Wilde.

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