"The search for
conspiracy only increases the elements of morbidity and paranoia and fantasy in
this country. It romanticizes crimes that are terrible because of their lack of
purpose. It obscures our necessary understanding, all of us, that in this life
there is often tragedy without reason."
Some objections raised to Freemasonry seem to cross the lines between religious and societal objections. We've added them here. Of particular interest is the way and manner in which anti-Masons love to quote (or misquote - or quote totally out of context) the writings by Masons about Freemasonry. We've come across several of these claims and have listed them on our page titled "Books by Masons".
In addition, there are some claims that can't be categorized such as the following:
We'll add to this section as we find bizarre and unusual objections to Freemasonry.
Just click on "Prince, the Search Dog" to find things on our site. He's on every page and he'll take you directly to our search form where you can see if we've written about whatever it is you're interested in. Prince has a great memory; he always remembers where things are!
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