Masonry: Beyond the Light

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Chick Publications, 2011 - Social Science - 286 pages
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Many Christians believe Freemasonry is a fine, Christian organization. But as Bill Schnoebelen climbed to Freemasonry's 32nd degree he discovered horrifying facts about this organization that lower level Freemasons never learn. Now a born again Christian, Schnoebelen reveals all while he answers questions like these:
  • Is Masonry a religion? 
  • Is a Mason serving two masters? 
  • Who is Jesus to the lodge? 
  • Do Masons use dangerous and forbidden oaths? 
  • What is the Eastern Star? 
  • What is the Lodge's evil ancestry? 
  • Who are the children of Baphomet? 
  • Is there a witchcract connection with Masonry? 
  • How can you protect your family? 
  • Should a Christian be a Mason? 
  • How do you get out?
 

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This guy needs more light. LOTS more light. Sorry, as your grade school teachers likely said to you frequently, "No star today".

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This book opened my eyes to the evil in freemasonry.
If you want to know the in's & Out's of the freemason's this is a good start and reference.
You will be surprised the level that the freemasons have infiltrated the world to.
But they will loose in the end.
he also shows that King Solomon was never a freemason
 

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