User: Light
Infraction: Inappropriate Content
Points: 0

Administrative Note:Message to User:
Either you stop with your conveying of unwanted and rejected ideas and materials you'll get banned for sure! We know what game you're playing, , who do you think you're trying to fool?

This guy should have his head rolling on the ground long time ago. We be too kind and soft with him!

"According to Albert Pike, Gnosticism was an offshoot of Kabalism, an oral occult tradition, which was adhered to by a minority of the Jews. At some point, which remains uncertain, these occult teachings were reduced to writing, and the Kabalah was born. On page 626 of Morals and Dogma, Pike states, "The Kabalah is the key of all Masonry and the occult sciences; and the Gnostics were born of the Kabalists."

We all know who Albert Pike is, a 33rd degree master mason, who's one of the infamous founder of KKK. Specialists are agree to say "that Freemasonry is a modern-day continuation of Gnosticism (..) ". In his book entitled Morals and Dogma Pike says:

"The Gnostics derived their leading doctrines and ideas from Plato and Philo, the Zend-avesta and the Kabalah,and the Sacred books of India and Egypt; and thus introduced into the bosom of Christianity the cosmological and theosophical speculations, which had formed the larger portion of the ancient religions of the Orient, joined to those of the Egyptian, Greek, and Jewish doctrines, which the New-Platonists had equally adopted in the Occident" (Morals and Dogma, 248).