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Succsessfull Masonic Human Sacrifice In Canberra Australia



 
 
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Old March 21st, 2010, 12:39 PM posted to alt.freemasonry,aus.politics,aus.services.defence,rec.travel.australia+nz,soc.culture.australian
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"J. Bennie" wrote in message
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"Nuredin Turkary" wrote in message
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Several doctrines taught by the Masons


Oh, the same old tired cut-and-paste again.

Masonry is no different than any non-denominational group. A member's
specific religious beliefs are up to his individual conscience; he's told
he should follow them. That's it. Ironically, it is the anti-Masons who
teach religious doctrines and demand strict adherence to them.


Federal and New South Wales police are investigating after four people were
killed during a police pursuit in Canberra.

Two adults in their 30s and a child died last night when their car was hit
by a second car being chased by police at the Monaro Highway exit ramp at
Narrabundah.

The driver of the car being chased also died after being taken to hospital,
while his female passenger, aged in her 20s, is in a critical condition in
Canberra Hospital.

The pursuit began at 10pm at Queanbeyan in New South Wales and continued
into the ACT.



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Old March 21st, 2010, 07:27 PM posted to alt.freemasonry,aus.politics,aus.services.defence,rec.travel.australia+nz,soc.culture.australian
Aaron[_3_]
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On Sun, 21 Mar 2010 19:39:18 +0800, "General Bullet"
wrote:



"J. Bennie" wrote in message
news:[email protected]
"Nuredin Turkary" wrote in message
...
Several doctrines taught by the Masons


Oh, the same old tired cut-and-paste again.

Masonry is no different than any non-denominational group. A member's
specific religious beliefs are up to his individual conscience; he's told
he should follow them. That's it. Ironically, it is the anti-Masons who
teach religious doctrines and demand strict adherence to them.


Federal and New South Wales police are investigating after four people were
killed during a police pursuit in Canberra.

Two adults in their 30s and a child died last night when their car was hit
by a second car being chased by police at the Monaro Highway exit ramp at
Narrabundah.

The driver of the car being chased also died after being taken to hospital,
while his female passenger, aged in her 20s, is in a critical condition in
Canberra Hospital.

The pursuit began at 10pm at Queanbeyan in New South Wales and continued
into the ACT.



Words with no indication of truth, no reference to "human sacrifice,"
no reference to Masonry. Are you trying to look like a mental
patient?

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Old March 21st, 2010, 11:37 PM posted to alt.freemasonry,aus.politics,aus.services.defence,rec.travel.australia+nz,soc.culture.australian
Rob Sandilands
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Default Succsessfull Masonic Human Sacrifice In Canberra Australia

General Bullet wrote:
a load of rubbish ...


.... ok, General, just how was this a 'Masonic Human Sacrifice'?
 




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