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Do Freemasons Believe In God???

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Freemasonry is not, according to their own publications, a “religion,” but there is a requirement for members to profess a belief in the existence of a “Supreme Being.” This is not the same as saying that they must believe in the Christian God. 
Freemason teachings say that there is one God, and that men of all religions are actually worshiping that same god under different names. The members may believe in the “god” of Islam, Hinduism, or any other world religion to belong to the society. Many Christians do belong to Masonic Lodges, but there is a lot of controversy about supposed unbiblical and anti-Christian beliefs and practices within the Masonic organization.
Here is a look behind closed doors putting a Masonic Member in the hot seat regarding Masons Belief System and God:

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    • NEO Oracle 2016

      Nearest I can tell they believe in the “Illuminated one”

      • Louis

        The name of the “god” Freemasons believe in Jabulon, which is a euphemism for Lucifer.
        Freemasonry is essentially a rehash of the ancient Manichean heresy which claimed good and evil are forces equal in strength, and that it is possible for one to overcome the other for a certain length of time, such as an epoch.

        Freemasons pit Jabulon against Christ. But in fact Jabulon (Lucifer) is no match for Christ, because Christ — as the Second Person of the Holy Trinity — created Lucifer and can un-create him simply by willing it.

        However, because God is immutable (unchanging), he never destroys anything he has created, because he creates all things good. They go bad on their own by means of abusing their free will.

        Anyone who thinks Lucifer can ever be greater than God the Creator is deranged or possessed or both.

        • wizard

          Freemasons pit Jabulon against Christ. But in fact Jabulon (Lucifer) is no match for Christ, because Christ — as the Second Person of the Holy Trinity — created Lucifer and can un-create him simply by willing it.

          So all this crap could be sorted out in an instant.

          And I was led to believe GOD is the sole CREATOR
          No wounder there is so much crap. We have two creators and neither of them know what TF they are supposed to be doing.idiots

        • yes2truth

          Lucifer doesn’t exist. Lucifer is a construct of The Roman Cult and added to the Hebrew text of the Old Testament in Isaiah 14:12

    • wizard


    • 3AM

      Masony esoterically is luciferianism!!!

    • Observer

      Freemasons communities with the dead through ouija board and rituals. They follow orders from hell and get rewarded with temporal powers.

    • Pix

      Let’s face it, nobody believes in the Christian deity, least of all Christians. Or they would walk their high and mighty talk, stfu and allow their deity to do the judging. What they all do is role play their deity, so they can do the judging instead.

      There are a number of secret member organisations that were created when it was a death sentence to disagree with the church. The knowledge that Christianity is nothing more than pagan Mithraism wearing a new name, would have gotten you killed if you were open about it.

      • Louis

        Every post by Pix contains the same BS — Christianity is Mithraism.

        You can lie to yourself all you want, Pix, but it won’t do you any good. Lesbianism is a sin of sexual perversion and you will burn for it. And you will burn even hotter for constantly attacking Christian truth with your nonsense arguments that only idiots believe.

        • Pix

          I’m not lying, the evidence proves me right.

          “Lesbianism is a sin of sexual perversion and you will burn for it. ” Thanks for that, very random of you… should we be expecting your head to do a 360, followed by projective pea green vomit? I’m a guy, so sure, bring on the Lesbians titillation. :lol:

          Clock some of the sources (below) from your own religion on Mithraism. Now what was that you were saying about “idiots” ?

          Mithra was born on December 25th as an offspring of the Sun. Next to the gods Ormuzd and Ahrimanes, Mithra held the highest rank among the gods of ancient Persia. He was represented as a beautiful youth and a Mediator. Reverend J. W. Lake states: “Mithras is spiritual light contending with spiritual darkness, and through his labors the kingdom of darkness shall be lit with heaven’s own light; the Eternal will receive all things back into his favor, the world will be redeemed to God. The impure are to be purified, and the evil made good, through the mediation of Mithras, the reconciler of Ormuzd and Ahriman. Mithras is the Good, his name is Love. In relation to the Eternal he is the source of grace, in relation to man he is the life-giver and mediator” (Plato, Philo, and Paul, p. 15).

          He was considered a great traveling teacher and masters. He had twelve companions as Jesus had twelve disciples. Mithras also performed miracles.

          Mithra was called “the good shepherd, “the way, the truth and the light, redeemer, savior, Messiah.” He was identified with both the lion and the lamb.

          The International Encyclopedia states: “Mithras seems to have owed his prominence to the belief that he was the source of life, and could also redeem the souls of the dead into the better world … The ceremonies included a sort of baptism to remove sins, anointing, and a sacred meal of bread and water, while a consecrated wine, believed to possess wonderful power, played a prominent part.”

          Chambers Encyclopedia says: “The most important of his many festivals was his birthday, celebrated on the 25th of December, the day subsequently fixed — against all evidence — as the birthday of Christ. The worship of Mithras early found its way into Rome, and the mysteries of Mithras, which fell in the spring equinox, were famous even among the many Roman festivals. The ceremonies observed in the initiation to these mysteries — symbolical of the struggle between Ahriman and Ormuzd (the Good and the Evil) — were of the most extraordinary and to a certain degree even dangerous character. Baptism and the partaking of a mystical liquid, consisting of flour and water, to be drunk with the utterance of sacred formulas, were among the inauguration acts.”

          Prof. Franz Cumont, of the University of Ghent, writes as follows concerning the religion of Mithra and the religion of Christ: “The sectaries of the Persian god, like the Christians’, purified themselves by baptism, received by a species of confirmation the power necessary to combat the spirit of evil; and expected from a Lord’s supper salvation of body and soul. Like the latter, they also held Sunday sacred, and celebrated the birth of the Sun on the 25th of December…. They both preached a categorical system of ethics, regarded asceticism as meritorious and counted among their principal virtues abstinence and continence, renunciation and self-control. Their conceptions of the world and of the destiny of man were similar. They both admitted the existence of a Heaven inhabited by beatified ones, situated in the upper regions, and of a Hell, peopled by demons, situated in the bowels of the Earth. They both placed a flood at the beginning of history; they both assigned as the source of their condition, a primitive revelation; they both, finally, believed in the immortality of the soul, in a last judgment, and in a resurrection of the dead, consequent upon a final conflagration of the universe” (The Mysteries of Mithras, pp. 190, 191).

          Reverend Charles Biggs stated: “The disciples of Mithra formed an organized church, with a developed hierarchy. They possessed the ideas of Mediation, Atonement, and a Savior, who is human and yet divine, and not only the idea, but a doctrine of the future life. They had a Eucharist, and a Baptism, and other curious analogies might be pointed out between their system and the church of Christ (The Christian Platonists, p. 240).

          In the catacombs at Rome was preserved a relic of the old Mithraic worship. It was a picture of the infant Mithra seated in the lap of his virgin mother, while on their knees before him were Persian Magi adoring him and offering gifts.

          He was buried in a tomb and after three days he rose again. His resurrection was celebrated every year.

          McClintock and Strong wrote: “In modern times Christian writers have been induced to look favorably upon the assertion that some of our ecclesiastical usages (e.g., the institution of the Christmas festival) originated in the cultus of Mithraism. Some writers who refuse to accept the Christian religion as of supernatural origin, have even gone so far as to institute a close comparison with the founder of Christianity; and Dupuis and others, going even beyond this, have not hesitated to pronounce the Gospel simply a branch of Mithraism” (Art. “Mithra”).

          Mithra had his principal festival on what was later to become Easter, at which time he was resurrected. His sacred day was Sunday, “the Lord’s Day.” The Mithra religion had a Eucharist or “Lord’s Supper.”

          The Christian Father Manes, founder of the heretical sect known as Manicheans, believed that Christ and Mithra were one. His teaching, according to Mosheim, was as follows: “Christ is that glorious intelligence which the Persians called Mithras … His residence is in the sun” (Ecclesiastical History, 3rd century, Part 2, ch. 5).

          “I am a star which goes with thee and shines out of the depths.” – Mithraic saying

          “I am the root and the offspring of David, and the bright morning star.” – Jesus, (Revelation 22:16)

        • Pix

          When you role play your deity to judge people, you are telling everyone what a pervert ‘you’ are by portraying your deity as a pervert obsessed with other peoples sex lives. Not only that, but ‘you’ are a potential murderer wanting to burn people alive for disagreeing.

          Just curious, do you Christians have lessons on how to be as offensive as possible? Think it’s way past time you grew up.

        • yes2truth

          You’re only problems Pix are these:

          1) Yashua Anointed was born in September, not December.

          2) You accounts are based upon hu-man made beliefs, whereas the Biblical accounts are based upon Truth.

          3) Where does Mithraism explain the Serpent Seed, beacuse it is known that hu-mans are not men? Hu-mankind is not mankind.

    • yes2truth

      Yes, Freemasons believe in a god – the god of this world, Satan the Devil but then so do The Jews, so called Christians and the Islamics, for ALL are deceived.

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