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Why Germans are so damn arrogant? - Off-Topic …
He learnsabout an 'allegorical' figure head, hiram abiff, who died while protectingthe secrets of the order and who's behaviour is supposed to serve as an exampleof a fine master mason.
Freemasons - The silent destroyers
Perhaps he is in financial difficulties; perhaps he has some social vice- if married he might 'retain a mistress' or have proclivity for visitingprostitutes; perhaps there is something in his past he wishes keep buried,some guilty secret, a criminal offence (easily obtainable through Freemasonpolice of doubtful virtue), or other blemish on his character: all theseand more could be discovered via the wide-ranging masons network of 600,000contacts, a great many of whom were disposed to do favours for one anotherbecause that had been their prime motive for joining.
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Early accounts speak of the Prince's Pillar,and the carving said to be the head of the apprentice shows signs of beingroughly modified to make it seem like a young man.
How does one become assertive without being rude or arrogant?
Oliver Burkeman goes in search of the Knights Templar and, perhaps, the cup of ChristTuesday January 4, 2005The GuardianOne of the problems with secret societies - especially the kind whose membersexert a shadowy influence on the course of world events - is that they canbe a bit difficult to track down.
Optiions for responding well to significant arrogance
But Whitman and his poetry were not well-received by all. His poetry was regarded by many as obscene, and he was frequently perceived to be arrogant beyond belief. When it came to light that Whitman had published a number of self-written reviews, needless to say, people were not pleased. And in 1882 the sixth edition of Leaves of Grass, by now his life’s work, was prohibited from being published in the city of Boston on grounds of obscenity. However, despite, or perhaps because of, all the controversy surrounding him, Walt Whitman accomplished a feat that most poets and authors do not: he lived to see his work rise to prominence.