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  • adj. Of or pertaining to Freemasonry.

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Examples

  • The following day, he'll offer up a theory of his own: it's some weird Freemasonic machine that can control the fabric of space-time, a direct line to God.

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  • The push towards global government totally correlates with the Freemasonic agenda.

    Runaway! It's Jim Corr!

  • P2 is the common name for the Italian Freemasonic lodge Propaganda Due (Italian: Propaganda Two).

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  • In a book combining gripping on-the-ground 'I was there' narrative journalism (interestingly complicated by the fact that his former patrons' filthy regime was collapsing around him), interestingly redacted and popularized Ethiopian tradition, Freemasonic crazitude, and the Holy Grail (because why not?)

    Kenneth Hite's Journal

  • Another Freemasonic myth is their claim that the stonemasons inherited their secret knowledge from the builders of the fabulous Temple of Solomon.

    The Templar Revelation

  • The former traces the Templar continuity through Scotland, while the latter depends more on working back from modern Freemasonic ritual to its origins—and once again, ends up with the Templars.

    The Templar Revelation

  • It is possible that the Rite also was influenced by certain German Bavaria- and Frankfurt-based Freemasonic strands emerging in the late eighteenth century.

    Shadow of the Sentinel

  • The two-hundred-year-old Scottish Rite, the largest modern Freemasonic organization, is very much in existence today, with its world headquarters—The House of the Temple—now located on Sixteenth Street in Washington, D.C., not far from the White House.

    Shadow of the Sentinel

  • But he also accepted The Protocols of the Elders of Zion, an abominable forgery, as a genuine document outlining a great Freemasonic-Jewish world conspiracy.

    'Memories of Hell': An Exchange

  • His groundbreaking findings on the building's Freemasonic symbolism were documented in the bestseller, The Hermetic Code, leading him to be dubbed "Canada's Dan Brown".

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