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Forgive Me If This Has Been Posted Before
11-25-2006, 05:34 PM,
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I think it possibly has, I seem to vaguely remember it being discussed somewhere at least.

The Scholars for 9/11 Truth logo

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Is that Masonic?
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11-26-2006, 12:40 AM,
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Quote:Is that Masonic?
What makes you think it might be?

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11-26-2006, 12:44 AM,
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yeah i dont see it either
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11-26-2006, 12:54 AM,
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Doesn't the torch symbolize enlightenment?
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11-26-2006, 01:21 AM,
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Quote:Doesn't the torch symbolize enlightenment?
Well torch normally = light I'd agree. But how many organisations throughout the world use a torch similar to this in their logo? What about the Amnesty International candle logo? A candle also = light.

Doesn't make either of them masonic though does it?

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11-26-2006, 03:02 AM,
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I agree... I was not implying 'enlightenment' is a bad thing... the contrary in fact. And anyway, I would not leap to the conclusion that masonry is itself evil, regardless of what the ignorant masses on this board might say to the contrary.

Just saying...
1) Light illuminates, and that's good, clear symbol in and of itself.
2) Even if it was Masonic (which I doubt), why would that be bad?
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11-26-2006, 04:36 PM,
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Quote:I agree... I was not implying 'enlightenment' is a bad thing... the contrary in fact. And anyway, I would not leap to the conclusion that masonry is itself evil, regardless of what the ignorant masses on this board might say to the contrary.

Just saying...
1) Light illuminates, and that's good, clear symbol in and of itself.
2) Even if it was Masonic (which I doubt), why would that be bad?

If you reread my post, you'll see that the question raised was is the logo masonic symbolism, it was never suggested that masonry is bad. You read that into it. What confuses me is that the 9/11 inside job was in many people's view, a work of the Illuminati, so the logo of the 9/11 scholars being similiar to the masonic symbol for illumination or enlightenment sparks my curiousity as to if there's another side of the story. I was hoping to, you know, hear some interesting responses from knowledgable people, not be labeled part of an "ignorant mass" by some wacko douchebag.
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11-26-2006, 04:47 PM,
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Quote:
Quote:Doesn't the torch symbolize enlightenment?
Well torch normally = light I'd agree. But how many organisations throughout the world use a torch similar to this in their logo? What about the Amnesty International candle logo? A candle also = light.

Doesn't make either of them masonic though does it?

Cheers

Masonic in origin perhaps, not necessarily Masonic as in these originazations being a direct extension of freemasonry. But it seems like so much in society has origins in freemasonry. What was curious to me about the scholars' logo is that the 9/11 conspiracy is widely thought to be rooted largely within high ranking masonry, since all the conspirators are allegedly high degree masons & I'm sure being here you've heard the theories about the Illuminati & what have you. Which is why I wanted to spark some dialogue about the symbolism within the st911 logo.
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11-29-2006, 06:13 AM,
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Um, too late to edit the post from a few days ago but the "douchebag" comment may have been a bit harsh :angry018[1]: : but I did find the comment offensive because my question seemed like a valid one, considering the immense amount of ties between the interconnected globalist crime sydnicates & secret societies such as the masons that have been suggested and argued by literally almost everyone in this field. :joint:
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11-30-2006, 12:50 AM,
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Sorry, I just don't buy into the whole illuminati secret societies grand conspiracy. I see these players in the grand scheme of things as providing little more than a scapegoat role for those who really pull the strings. As for so many of the global criminals also being masons, it seems to be that there's just plain tons of masons. Similar ties could be drawn to call it a White Guy Conspiracy, since most of the criminals are both white and male. The symbology continuously pointed out regarding masons I find unremarkable since masonry has growin into the field of architechture and it makes sense architects would design buildings with their historic symbols intertwined within.

I understand this view is not a popular one, but unless these secret societies have some sort of esoteric power - real and tangible power - I can't see them as being global players in any realistic way. The security service of even a tiny nation would have them beat hands down in all regards. Of course there probably are some secret society members plotting this and that and the next thing with delusions of granduer, but to see them as the ultimate puppet master is imo silly and superstitious.
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11-30-2006, 03:04 AM,
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Most Likely!

The Torch, like the one Liberty (Isis) holds, represents the light (Eye). Look at the Columbia Pictures logo and you will see the torch sits at the top of the pyramid which is formed by the clouds.

The torch in the logo has two flames...two towers? or the two two pillars of Masonic lore, Boaz and Jachin?

Take a look at the post "Guessing Competition" and tell me these people don't practice their religion before your own eyes. Everything is hidden in plain sight, you can't say you didn't know!
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12-10-2006, 01:07 PM,
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Quote:Most Likely!

The Torch, like the one Liberty (Isis) holds, represents the light (Eye). Look at the Columbia Pictures logo and you will see the torch sits at the top of the pyramid which is formed by the clouds.

The torch in the logo has two flames...two towers? or the two two pillars of Masonic lore, Boaz and Jachin?

Take a look at the post "Guessing Competition" and tell me these people don't practice their religion before your own eyes. Everything is hidden in plain sight, you can't say you didn't know!

Kinda weird though cause subscribing to that theory, you wouldn't think the 9/11 Scholars For Truth organization would be included within "these people" know what I mean? That's why I found it interesting
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12-18-2006, 03:04 PM,
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Doesn't look like anyone has more information but a few thoughts I have are what does this mean in relation to the Scholars & their mission? Do you think they're aware that there's strong masonic symbolism in their logo? If they do, what are the implications? The larger question which I'll now ask which I'm unsure of myself is IS Masonry bad? Or is it something that can be good or bad or used for bad like religion?
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12-18-2006, 05:30 PM,
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I don't know if it's masonic, why don't you ask them? I mean... a symbol or a logo is just that. A symbol or a logo.
The meaning behind it is known to its creator only.

I.E. the svastika is a well known nazi symbol, but did they invented it? Nope... originally it's the symbol of the sun, but if you go out with showing svastika on the street you are very likely to be labelled as a nazi.

A symbol works if it is recognized as a symbol AND the meaning of it is known.
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