After 301 years of allowing only “cisgender” men to join the ranks of the “Brotherhood,” there is a new trans-inclusive policy in English Freemasonry.
The United Grand Lodge of England has told its 200,000 members via a statement to local lodges, that anyone who transitions after joining will not be kicked out, as “a Freemason who after initiation ceases to be a man does not cease to be a Freemason,” as to do otherwise is an act of ‘unlawful discrimination’.
“No candidate should be subjected to questions about their gender which could make them feel uncomfortable,” the statement reads, adding that if a member comes out as transgender, “we expect that the Freemason would receive the full support of their brethren,” and they should be treated with “kindness and tolerance.”
A Freemason who after initiation ceases to be a man does not cease to be a Freemason.”
‘We expect that Freemasons will act with compassion and sensitivity towards their fellow Freemasons.”
The “Brotherhood” has finally caved into the jewish-driven LBGTQ agenda by updating their 301 year policy of allowing only men into their “order” to now include transgender people as well. Apparently gender is not as as black and white as the checkerboard floor of a Masonic temple; gender is defined by simply feeling, and not biology coupled with rationality.
According to the New York Times..
The grand lodge said that its new rules were in keeping with British anti-discrimination law, but stressed that no legal action had prompted the changes.
These changes to the English Masonic order follow the Gender Recognition Act 2004 and the Equality Act 2010. In England, those laws made gender identity a protected class and banned discrimination against transgender people.
Mike Baker, who is the director of communications at the United Grand Lodge of England, told PinkNews:
While there has been no general request for guidance on gender reassignment, questions on the subject are likely to become increasingly common in the future, and now appears to be an opportune time to issue general guidance to our members. It should also be noted that people who the law classifies as female will still be exempt from membership of the United Grand Lodge of England (UGLE). They may, of course, become members of the two female only grand Lodges – the Order of Women Freemasons (OWF) and the Honourable Fraternity of Ancient Freemasons (HFAF) – both of whom refer to members as Brothers.”
Masons have been called Phallic (penis) worshipers because of Masonic authors like Albert Pike and the fact that they erect obelisks as one of the key features in Masonic temples and other structures that they build.
Phallic worship is a part of their “Ancient Mysteries,” which they say are devoted to unlocking the Mysteries in search for higher truths.
Now the Mystery in Masonic ritual is whether your fellow neophyte is Cis or Non-cisgender under the black robe and ‘phantom of the opera’ mask.
Masonry is a Phallic worshiping cult that now has men with chopped off penises and women how have them fashioned on in their “Order”?
At the same time they still have the He-Man woman-hates’ club oath of “no girls allowed” (well unless they had the surgery, of course). It’s 2018, not 1717, and Masons are now 301 years wiser than the founders.
There are, however, Masonic organizations for women, and groups for both women and men called “co-masonry”, which of course the traditional, all-male Freemason groups do not officially recognize.
So, the decision to allow trans people in strikes me as kind of odd.
English Freemasons are said to worship Baphomet, which is a charge they den. Masons or the “Enlightened ones” say that Baphomet merely is a symbol to how the knowledge is transmitted and not a deity.
Either way you slice it, the Masons revere a Goat-Man with woman’s boobs and a detachable rod of a penis.
Sounds like Baphomet is a tranny to me.