I love reading about these. Especially the ones at the universities in the states like at Yale, Cornell, etc. Anyone ever been in one? I know you’re not supposed to tell, but your secrets are safe with blind 😜
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- BNY Mellon NWPL87I've been considering trying to join the Freemasons, but not sure if I really have the after work energy for it.
I know that at level three, Master Mason, all the other secret societies may open up to you via invitation. Do a Google map search of Masonic lodges in NYC and you will see about 100 different entities contained between 23rd and 36th street. I imagine most of them are individual sects that may study the teachings of the Golden Dawn, Rosicrucians, and other Qabalahistic paths. It's a world I would very much enjoy investing in.
I've also heard stories of groups you can only join when you possess no knowledge of their existence.
- Microsoft unfangedThese clubs are all about inflating their already large egos. And forming bonds between these high ego people and working on small projects that they think help make the world a better place, but actually don’t. Bonds are formed through lots of alcohol and weird initiations.