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Posted by on Sep 29, 2012 in Apostasy, Atheism, Corruption, Economics, felonies, Financial Crisis, frauds, Health, Politics | 6 comments

Freemasons Forming DNA Database

Did you know that the Freemasons are collecting DNA samples on children throughout North America?  Well, they are. Of course, things like this have been going on for a long with, more more than the Freemasons involved. The Conference of Masonic Grand Masters of North America have formed a program, called, interestingly enough, “Masonichip.” If that’s not creepy enough, how about a schedule in which you can have your local Canadian lodge arrange for ‘events’ to take the DNA?  Well, I’m sure a lot of people out there are saying, “This won’t come to America.”

Let’s remember the Masonic slogan on their Masonichip website:

“It’s not what we do…it’s who we do it for.”

Indeed, who are they doing it for?

But, as we know, the media and the people who say ‘conspiracy theories’ are not proper for ‘Christians’, would have us ignore things like this. The same folks who made claims that the EPA was doing live human experimentation should have been ignored also (that is, until the lawsuit). But, you know, human experimenation on individuals is something of the past. I guess we could go on about other things, but, we’re supposed to believe that governments (especially if its the Pentagon, Homeland Security, etc), big business (which has essentially become the government in many areas), and private organizations (composed of powerful individuals in government and business), don’t ever do bad things. Apparently, they don’t ever attempt to cover matters like this up; or lie for each other.

A conspiracy proper, is one multiple individuals collude to defraud or do illegal things (in a legal sense); or in a broader sense, when multiple persons collude with a secret agenda.  It doesn’t take reptoid aliens to presuppose that there are powerful people who have their own interests totally separate from those of the general public.

There are literally dozens of stories like this everywhere.  They just don’t get reported on.

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  • John

    I know this is a waste of my time, but none of the information or DNA is kept by the Masons. All the data is deleted to DOD standards (overwritten five times). The DNA swab goes from the child’s mouth to the parent’s hand. Stop scaring people away from something that could save a child’s life if the worst happens or would you rather the police have nothing to help them find an abducted child?

    • Hieromonk Enoch

      The Huffington Post Canada article addresses that. It that type of reasoning that you are boasting of, that leads to ‘papers, papers’ please. Always the emotional argument of ‘its for the children.’ Apparently governments and business, that is people, never do any thing bad with DNA; they never had bad motives; and I guess people like us should be sent to re-education camps. If you want to live in Nazi Germany or Soviet Russia, I’m sure there are plenty of countries that fit that model.
      The linked article states:

      “Let us then consider the function of a DNA sample. If a child goes
      missing will police swab every glass and rock they come across for a
      match to find the trail? In the video for Massachusetts they claimed it
      would help Mason pick up a scent, but in all reality the
      clothes a child was last wearing will provide stronger notes and this
      can’t be the intended purpose. DNA has nothing to do with scent and its
      only use can be harnessed once a child has been located.

      With somber scrutiny and if further tragedy struck, authorities would
      match remains with parental samples for definitive confirmation. It is
      the parents’ DNA that could aid in matching the unnamed, but only
      accredited laboratories are permitted to conduct the process. Whether a
      parent or child, collecting DNA cannot occur at an open park event, run
      by stranger volunteers and become admissible to the national database.
      The FBI continually quotes the DNA Identification Act of 1994 in establishing these requirements to be included within CODIS.”

      Why don’t you stop scare mongering people about “If you don’t get your child’s DNA sample taken, some child molester or something, will abduct them,” routine. Do you have the outrage over the CPS horror stories?

      http://www.myfoxhouston.com/story/18443628/3-year-old-in-cps-care-overprescribed-psychotropic-drugs#.T7SOyPEtUVk.blogger

      This pseudo-righteousness of yours, especially from people who had to deal with horror stories from pastoral levels, especially by government workers (more so than private), is really tiring.

    • nycexs

      My question is, if none of the information DNA is kept by the Masons, what is their interest in taking it? I would gladly register my child with the FBI if hair, tooth & nail follicles made a national or better yet, an international database for missing persons more accurate. However, such a database does not exist and if it did, what in the world would the Masons have to do with MY KIDS?!

      • John

        The DNA sample is not kept by the Masons. The Masons don’t even touch the sample, the swab, or the child. I’ve participated in ChIP events and I’m sitting on the other side of a table from the child and his or her parents. Certified Dental professionals take the swab and hand it to the parents to put into their packets. Is this now a conspiracy of the American Dental Association?

        The contents of the packet were specified by law enforcement as things that would help them find a missing child or identify one found too late. The program was modified to be compatible with the Amber Alert system in recent years.

        Yes, a child could be identified with reasonable certainty from the parents’ DNA, but the actual DNA is better. What if the child is adopted or from a prior marriage? Sometimes people even cheat on their spouses. One or both of the parents’ DNA would be useless in identifying the child in any of these circumstances. Having the actual child’s DNA removes all doubt.

        Of course the police are not swabbing litter on the street for DNA. The swab is, unfortunately, most useful when the task is to identify an unrecognizable body.

        Please, if any part of this process is objectionable to you in any way, don’t take advantage of it. I know the men who provide this service to the communities they serve and am one myself. I’m also a computer professional and have examined the computers used in the ChIP program and know they don’t even have network cards in them.

        I’ve heard some pretty wild accusations about Masons but this one takes the golden medal for ignorance. There’s plenty of real evil in the world. Masons are doing their part to help parents and law enforcement combat it. What have you done lately?

      • John

        The idea behind the ChIp program is not to have a national database but to give you, the parent the tools law enforcement would need to find your child or identify your child if the worst happened. Once again, absolutely nothing but the permission slip filled out by the parent is kept by the Masons. You, the parent, are in complete control of all materials and data.

      • SomeTechUser

        Freemasons have nothing to do with your kids other than wanting to be altruistic. Freemasons strive to live by and promote ideals of integrity and high morals, and safety and security of the family is one of those ideals. Some Freemasons simply decided to organize and help to fund a program whose intent is to help children and parents. That is commendable.

        Yes, there are those exceptions of some Freemasons are corrupt, but that can be said for anyone in any organization, and they certainly don’t represent Freemasonry at large.