- n. Plural form of Freemason.
“I had to laugh at your comments because I was thinking along the same lines when I saw the name Freemasons!”
“In the chocolate box village of Wiswell in the Ribble Valley the Freemasons is a great gastropub.”
“A symbol of Idolatry of the Freemasons is the Washington Monument that is an Obelisk.”
“Though known as Freemasons, the Highbinders are really banded together for black-mail and police purposes.”
“Lebanon, who might indeed be described as the Freemasons of the East; their outer organization closely resembles that of the Craft Degrees in”
“Another claim in the film is that the Freemasons are a satanic cult, and that America as the world's first Masonic country has been using covert tactics, from magic to psychological manipulation, to turn people toward the Masonic way of thinking in order to control the world.”
“The Freemasons are the least of our worries at this point they are just one of many corrupted societies that are out there.”
“The Symbolism of the Freemasons was his latest research project and what better place than to deliver his lecture than in the hall designed by Benjamin Franklin and so many of the founding fathers of America and Freemasonry?”
“The Freemasons are a Jew arm into gentile society.”
“It is also interesting that the Freemasons are the ones looking forward to doing the actual building of the Temple.”
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