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Livin' in hater's minds rent free - since 2006

"I have never made but one prayer to God, a very short one: 'O Lord, make my enemies ridiculous.' And God granted it."-

In the past 13 years since the inception of this site, we've NEVER received as much e-mail (cumulatively) about one individual as we have about Mr. Brad Cofield- Ed King-Masonicinfo.com

It may seem that we are being harsh to this individual, but only because everything he stands for flies in the face of our sacred traditions.
-inactive Mason and rabid fanboy Bryan Caldwell

Thursday, October 28, 2010

Expecting adults to be adults

The various funny things that are written about the 1613 Nation and specifically myself range from the silly to the downright stupid. I find it so very odd that proclaimed members of the "enlightened" are so downright fearful of people being able to simply think for themselves.

Thinking for yourself is something that I as well as other Post-modern Freemasons value very much. I would never stand in the way of someones pursuit of their own self determination. Even if the results effect myself of the Nation in what would seem to be a negative way.

Destiny is destiny and everyone has the pursue and even create their own. In our opinion, that is a beautiful things.

One of the little misnomers is that is our official position is to proclaim that the mainstream has everything wrong and it is only us who have it "right." Nothing could be further for the truth. We simply state that for us, what we do has benefit. We never take the position to presume that what we offer is better or right for anyone else. When we receive the inquiry, we simply provide the information, that's it. No ones arm is ever pinned behind their back. Ever.

We are not an association of children. We expect adults to think for themselves this includes making decisions that they deem best for them.

As for what the mainstream may or may not be doing, that is for them to concentrate on. It really doesn't matter to us. We are practical enough to not worry about what we cannot directly effect. Most of us have no interest in what another organization is doing, we have lives and only so much energy can be spent in so much given time.

Seems reasonable, right?