- Dec 20, 2019
Who's "they"? I don't know yet if a single one of the dozens of team members for OSIRIS-REx and DART is a Freemason. You may be satisfied just assuming that the entirety of NASA is a Masonic club, but I want evidence that ties individuals to Freemasonry. We have evidence of those individual ties for the Apollo missions, individual names, individual lodges. And that was pre-internet. People were prouder about it back then, I suppose, it was seen as a more normal thing to join than today. But if NASA is still crawling with Freemasons as many people here suspect, then there ought to be at least a handful of individuals who can be discovered with quick googling, or quick duckduckgoing, or whatever. In the process, if we can find any other individual occult ties at NASA, or ties to extremist environmentalist orgs like Extinction Rebellion, or even an end-times fundamentalist Christian however unlikely it is that one would excel like that in science, then great. Just out of curiosity, not that there needs to be this for Freemasons to be capable of such an atrocity, but are there any eschatological components to Freemasonry that would reflect badly on a NASA employee with access to asteroid deflection technology? It'd be easy to point to a fundamentalist computer programmer involved with the thrusters of the craft on an asteroid and cry foul to the government that nobody who eagerly anticipates the end of the world should have a damned thing to do with asteroids. But it'd be harder to complain about a Freemason, especially given the illustrious history of them at NASA, unless there's a specific Masonic narrative about the end times..
Sure they did. If you already know they are Masons, I can't help but wonder why you're asking.