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  1. Lauren Wasser is losing her left leg to Toxic Shock Syndrome after already losing her right leg. Come on. Get real. That kind of medical quackery simply smacks of freemasonry. She said "NO!" to some dude who worships at the same lodge as her male doctor, and the aforementioned male doctor is carrying out the retaliation on the orders of the aforementioned dude by practicing such medical quackery on her. There is simply no other explanation that makes sense. "Mayo Clinic," indeed! That's right alongside the interminable fundraising for the Poor Pitiful Paediatric Children's Hosp
  2. Remember that very glamourous and attractive television personality Tila Tequilla? Well after being a model for many years, and evolving her fame to produce television content for the masses the popular star almost completely vanised off the face of the earth, and internet. Tila Tequilla's first and only television show "A shot at love with Tila Tequilla" was the reality show of the century, and with the amazing 6.2 million viewers at the first season finale the show looked like it could never be taken off the air. Soon the show was ended with two season and a after show spinoff. The Model
  3. Legend tells of a mysterious man whose rousing speech convinced American delegates to sign the Declaration of Independence. Could the legend be true, and if so who was he?
  4. Hey guys, so I was just told about this society in Va, USA with possible ties to the Freemasons....I couldn't find a lot of info about them except that their symbols are the sextant and the well, and they have some document called the Sacred Scripts that they follow.......they have a Facebook page, but I'm not sure if it's legit or not.........I've asked a ton of people, but only like 2 have heard of them, and even they couldn't give me much info.....anyone know anything about them???? I'm really intrigued here...... Sorry, if it was unclear from the title, the society is called The Assem
  5. Hey guys, so I was just told about this society in Va, USA with possible ties to the Freemasons....I couldn't find a lot of info about them except that their symbols are the sextant and the well, and they have some document called the Sacred Scripts that they follow.......they have a Facebook page, but I'm not sure if it's legit or not.........I've asked a ton of people, but only like 2 have heard of them, and even they couldn't give me much info.....anyone know anything about them???? I'm really intrigued here...... Sorry, if it was unclear from the title, the society is called The Assembl
  6. JWS Mitchell is the original, most credible source for all things Freemason - he wrote the original text uncovering their secrets! Check it out here The “Mitchell” history precedes both Robert Gould’s 6-volume History (1885) and Albert Mackey’s 7-volume history (1898). Prior to 1858, there was nearly a void of Masonic history, save for such as “Anderson’s Constitutions” (1723) and the “Monitorial” work of those such as Preston and Webb. Dr. James W.S. Mitchell (PGM of Missouri) was the first to venture a major history, with a distinct bias toward the Antients. In the end, between t