Sunday, December 18, 2005

E-M@sonry For The Uninitiated (Update 1)

It seems within a week of making the 'FW Blog' entry below
the 'Masters of the Craft' shut down TLR (The Lodge Room)
Discussion Board, the largest unofficial Masonic discussion
board on the net. As I indicated in the post below and will
briefly expand on here TLR had become the home of a group of
'e-M@sons' who have "terrorized" internet "anti's" for
the last few years. The group which consisted of U.S., U.K.
& Canadian zealous(hothead) Freemasons were run off a number
of Masonic and Non-Masonic Discussion Boards recently. The
admin at TLR had a brief posting before hotlinking to
another of his online masonic enterprise pages that described
his disgust at the behaviour of a number of Brethren
including the language and attacks against supposed 'brothers'
who disagreed with their tactics: 'The Lodge Room',
several of whom had been already banned from A.T.S. and
other Boards.

So what was the reaction of 'e-m@sonry' to having TLR shut
down? Did they take a moment to reflect, to change
their attitudes? Nope. The promptly resurrected a
discussion board off the previously banned and
shut-down site M.O.M.: 'The Lodgeroom U.K. Forum'
and continued on where they had left off before, after dismissing
the creator of TLR, who wrote in his announcement of
trying, and failing, to stop the extremist rhetoric by these same
individuals. The 'operator' of the new board is believed
to be closely associated with the late great 'Freemasonrywatchwatch',
an effort to slander and demean the noble efforts at this end
of the Masonic rainbow. It will be interesting to see what transpires
next, but the forum appears to be the new central hive of

On another matter there is now a group of a dozen or more Masons who have take residence at Wikipedia frantically deleting any and all entries related to the History, Teaching, and Rituals of Freemasonry that are not regurgitations of info found on dozens of Official Masonic websites . We've seen this sort of swarm activity by upset Masons before on the net, whether on alt.freemasonry or on many public 'conspiracy' or 'esoteric' discussion boards. It usually goes on for a while until the board operators or the public gets fed up with the Brethrens complete intolerance of viewpoints contrary to their own, and putting a stop to the
'encompassment', thereby digging the 'society with secrets' hole just a little deeper than it was before.

"They came on in the same old way and we stopped them in the same old way" – Duke of Wellington


  1. I have been desperately been trying to contact anyone outside of this what seems to be, an almost completely, masonic/Illuminatti, town. Please, acknowledge receipt of this transmission, lest I be driven insane by the "goat guzzlers" around me.

    L'il Bit O'fraid

  2. If willing, I would like to share my story. I have considered the consequences. If I am wrong about what I have to say, then no harm done,.. I am just another nut coming out of the woodwork around the beginning of this millenium; if I am correct, then nothing I say will adversly change or affect the "New World" plan, what I say will simply fall on deaf ears, and no harm done,..just another nut coming out of the wood work.....
    of course I will omit any proper nouns, to you know, protect the ........."innocent"?

  3. I have found your comments here quite interesting although they seem a little inaccurate after actually following some of the links included.

    The Lodge Room UK forum you refer to seems to have been in operation for well over a year prior to the closing of TLR, and the members that frequent there are very different in name and manner. In fact they are quite helpful, very tolerant and unlike many comments quite open to people outside the fraternity joining their community and asking what ever that like.

    However, regarding another point, it would appear that the intolerant members of the TLR forum you refer to have set up a new forum called the Three Pillars, where choice language is common content.

    Other than that I found this particular blog of interest and useful, many thanks.

  4. u can say what you like for masons were nice enough to let non masons have this right also... don't bite the hand that feeds you....


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