33 degrees of weirdness

Posted February 21, 2006 by Evan Tishuk

Here's a high resolution image of the complicated structure of freemasonry. Found while doing a random Google image search. I don't know much about this group (other than the fact that they like to brick over windows and burn incense). Some of my favorite overly complex titles are Knight of the Brazen Serpent, Sublime Prince of the Royal Secret and Tall Cedars of Lebanon. If you look closely at the image you'll see a bunch of middle aged men entering at the bottom. Then at the top you see a few younger looking "knights." I wonder how they climbed those stairs so quickly? Or maybe the "royal secret" has something to do with eternal youth?


Brandon ~ February 21, 2006

I never understood this stuff. Is this some kind of religion or just a social club? It has always freaked me out though. Even though "National Treasure" was pretty cool, the only sercret society that I want to be a part in is the Skulls. They give you Ferraris

Evan Tishuk ~ February 21, 2006

I think it started out more like Skull and Bones but has degraded over time. Either way, it's just another way for "the man" to keeps us down.

olivier blanchard ~ February 22, 2006

As if I didn't have enough hobbies already, now you taunt me with this?!

Evan Tishuk ~ February 22, 2006

Sorry Olivier... Maybe we can join together and see who can race to the Sovereign Grand Inspector General the fastest.

Adam Gautsch ~ February 22, 2006

This image scares me. I feel that my head will explode from some ancient curse if I look at too long.

Evan Tishuk ~ February 22, 2006

This whole thing has inspired me to buy a fez.

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