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If you have spent any time on ATS (abovetopsecret.com) especially in their "Secret Societies" forum, you will notice that there is a troop of Masons (much like Digg.com's Bury Brigade) who are online ALL day EVERY day. Many of them openly admit to being Masons. Even many of the Site Moderators like Mirthful Me, Skyfloating, and other popular ATS names admit to being Masons! Not only this but they are perpetually online 1) providing a "benevolent"/open face for their secret society, and 2) constantly defending government/establishment positions and their "Brotherhood." I can tell you if I owned ATS, I would not have a troop of admitted Mason Moderators running things - any conspiracy researcher will tell you that Freemasonry is one of the biggest vehicles in implementing the New World Order conspiracy!

If you don't believe me about ATS being Mason-run, try this experiment: Take 10-20 photos of celebrities/politicians making the Masonic "M" hand sign from my "Famous Freemasons Exposed" book. Post a thread on ATS with these and watch what happens! You will either be instantly censored, or the Masonic hounds will immediately descend upon you and detract, denounce, and disrespect you in every possible way. Is this how my research should be received by a "conspiracy theory" forum?

Eric Dubay, The Atlantean Conspiracy 18 Comments [4/14/2009 12:02:45 PM]
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I'll take Facts that blow Fund minds for $400.

"Name the nation who's founders were mostly made up of members of the Freemanson movement."

What is the United States of America?


4/14/2009 12:38:18 PM


I just love how a businessmens drinking club is turned into this vast conspiracy engine.

How about the Loyal Order of Moose?, YMCA, YWCA, Chamber of Commerce, Independent Order of Odd Fellows,Order of Knights of Pythias, Secret Society of Happy People, and Intellectuals Anonymous to name just a few? Are they all part of conspiracies too?

4/14/2009 12:45:19 PM


I have it on impeccable authority that the Toastmasters organization was actually set up with the secret goal to, on some undisclosed future date, talk the entire human race to death! They will, of course, totally deny this.

4/14/2009 1:23:09 PM

Table Rock

The only Masons I've ever seen are the Shriners, riding around with little cars and wearing fezzes.

I don't know. I thinks it's too late to stop their tiny, slow moving trek towards world domination

4/14/2009 1:31:04 PM


They do have a cool secret handshake though.

4/14/2009 1:51:22 PM


So the Masons run a conspiracy theorist wesbsite?

4/14/2009 3:28:42 PM


The real bitch is that the Freemasons have run out of conspiracies to take over the world and control the populace.

They created Above Top Secret in order to attract whackjob conspiracy theorists from around the world. They will take the conspiracy theorist's unfounded ideas and use them as plans for future world domination. Every year the top 5 conspiracy theories are reviewed by a trilateral commission of judges and one will be declared conspiracy of the year.

The winning conspiracy theorist wins a lifetime trip to a secret holding facility in an undisclosed location in the Bermuda Triangle and gets to see his conspiracy enacted on an unsuspecting public.

4/14/2009 8:24:18 PM


The aristocrats!

4/14/2009 10:13:57 PM

Captain Britannica

Man, everybody knows it's the Royal Antediluvian Order of Buffaloes that's taking over the world.

Meanwhile, Eric seems to be more paranoid than ATS ... that's some achievement, right there.

4/15/2009 1:05:08 AM

Doctor Fishcake

ATS run by Freemasons? That's just what they want you to believe...

4/15/2009 2:00:15 AM


When you're so paranoid that you are convinced that the paranoids around you are conspiring against you. Eric would be fun to play with IRL.

4/15/2009 9:41:01 AM


::eyeroll:: ::sigh:: ::headshake::

4/15/2009 3:39:16 PM

angus pudding


4/17/2009 8:07:38 PM


If..if it's secret...why do you know it exists?

4/18/2009 12:26:12 AM


As a Freemason myself, I know that I personally find these conspiracy theories rather entertaining. I've met other brethren who feel much the same way.

I mean, the second best thing to actually ruling the world is having everyone else THINK you do!

4/21/2009 8:34:27 PM


How did a Judeo-Christian fraternity for older upper-middle-class men get this image as a world-dominating secret society (that everyone knows about, mind you) ruled by nefarious super-villains?

I mean, seriously, wtf?

4/27/2009 5:29:54 AM


Only in the fever-riddled brains of conspiracy theorists is being a freemason something sinister. They have worked the freemasons into such a supposedly top secret cabal that they cannot comprehend that there are people that openly state that they are masons or that there are even buildings that have signs stating that they house a lodge…

5/24/2013 3:00:35 AM


As a 32 degree Mason I can tell you that there is no such thing as a 'Masonic M Hand sign". Just more idiocy.

5/24/2013 7:59:38 AM

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