- Oct 2, 2017
The 'quote' is actually someone's heavily, HEAVILY edited interpretation of existing lines in the book, with like, 200% more insidious inference inserted. It does indeed encourage masons to keep each-other's secrets, even very serious secrets by the 'excepting treason or murder' line, but it A.) doesn't mention crimes directly, only 'secrets'. B.) Does NOT suggest murder and treason are 'optional', C.) Does NOT encourage masons to perjure themselves in court or tell lies/misstruths, D.) Makes no inference about 'sin'.
Why? As an example, the JFK assassination has freemasonic fingerprints all over it.
Kennedy's assassination was determined by the Warren commission members, that included Supreme Court Justice Earl Warren, Commission spokesman Gerald Ford and former CIA director Allen Dulles, who Kennedy fired for his suspicious activities, were all 33° Freemasons that determined Lee Harvey Oswald, who claimed himself to be a patsy, was the lone gunman responsible for the assassination of President Kennedy.
Much info on this here:
https://archive.org/stream/KingKill33V2_201604/King Kill 33 V2_djvu.txt