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December 21, 2003

An explanation

by Feòrag

According to Peter (alt.conspiracy, 10th December 2003) Freemasons are, in fact, aliens:

The Freemasons are an organization of extraterrestrial beings, closely linked to Zionism, who cross-bred with earth humans long ago. Not all of them actually join the lodge nor make public their association with this organization. They are the descendants of the fallen angels of Biblical lore who cross-bred with the daughters of men creating giants (seemingly human beings with advanced abilities compared to earth humans.)

We can apparently defend ourselves against them by smoking more dope.

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1: Posted by: Jon H | December 23, 2003 10:26 PM

You know, that description almost makes it sound worthwhile to join the Masons...

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