"Freemasons On Trial" set to go on the air
2007-03-24 0:00

From: hindu.com



Ed comment: I recently saw this "documentary" and I must say that it’s a sad piece! Nothing really interesting, there’s no real content! Same stuff is repeated throughout the documentary! There is some hilarious stuff in there about Licio Gelli and the “denunciation” of P2 as not being a really freemasonic order … anymore. I also learned that a true Freemason can't be behind the murder of Roberto Calvi because there is a moral code within Freemasonry that prevents a Mason from murdering another man. Also don’t miss the dude with the pirate eye patch! Quite funny!

It’s basically a whitewash of the Freemasons. It gives the impression that they actually are under scrutiny, so I guess this is an attempt at a countermeasure? Well, if this is about Freemasons “On Trial”… then it sure is a Masonic Court!

I won't even bother to comment that much more about it. Nonetheless, if you are curious to see what kind of appearance and image that they seek to present of themselves, do watch it! I find the "story line" in it so ridiculous, there are some much more interesting and sinister and also of course not so sinister aspects and information that you can address in regards to Freemasonry. Weak!

You can download this documentary from Conspiracy Central Torrent Tracker: here (This is a direct link to the torrent file). You need have an account over at conspiracycentral.net to download. Hopefully there will be a version available on Video Google or You Tube soon.


Check out the 28 sec "Promo" here


"Freemasons On Trial" that premieres on National Geographic Channel this coming Sunday comprehensively examines the Freemasons. Dispelling rumours about Freemasons, the two-hour programme helps to distinguish facts from fiction behind this enigmatic group with millions of members worldwide.

For the first time, Masonic temples around the world open their doors and provide exclusive coverage for "Freemasons on Trial".

A special feature of the programme is that a Freemason lodge in Halifax, Canada, even allowed cameras to film a sacred Masonic ritual that has taken place in Masonic temples since the early 1700s.

Supplemented by interviews with prominent Freemasons across North America and Great Britain, as well as non-Freemason authors and Freemason experts, the special programme provides an unparalleled access that sheds new light on the history and traditions of Freemasonry.

The programme provides critical insight into the meaning behind some of the most common Freemason symbols and possible codes found in places like a medieval Scottish church and even on the U.S. one dollar bill.

Joy Bhattacharjya, senior vice-president (programming) National Geographic Channel India, said the programme takes viewers inside the society to reveal the truth behind this enigmatic organisation.

"This film promises to make viewers rethink their beliefs by taking them into the heart of Freemasonry, not to debunk the rituals, but instead to uncover the Masonic mindset. Cutting through all fiction, the film will answer the question -- What does being a Freemason actually mean?"

Article from: http://www.hindu.com/2007/03/22/stories/2007032211290200.htm



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