The Freemasons Society of Ghana has taken a firm stance to address and refute allegations labeling their organization as occultic and accusing them of engaging in activities like drinking blood. In an exclusive interview with JoyNews, a prominent member of the fraternity clarified and dispelled misconceptions surrounding their activities.
One of the most emphatic statements made during the interview was a clear denial of the allegations. The member stated unequivocally, “We don’t kill people. We don’t drink blood. We are not an occult organization but an organization with a very decent respect for men.” This assertion aims to counter long-standing rumors and conspiracy theories that have surrounded Freemasonry, both globally and in Ghana.
Freemasonry, as a centuries-old fraternal organization, has often been shrouded in mystery and subject to various misconceptions. The Ghanaian chapter of Freemasons has taken this opportunity to set the record straight, providing clarity on their purpose and practices.
The interviewed Freemason also highlighted the diversity of their membership, emphasizing that Freemasons can be found across various sectors of society. This includes individuals in government, opposition, industry, the clergy, healthcare, and every other sphere of human endeavor. Their presence in these diverse fields reflects their commitment to values such as brotherhood, charity, and moral uprightness.
Throughout the interview, the Freemasons of Ghana reiterated their dedication to self-improvement, community service, and the pursuit of knowledge. They emphasized their role in contributing positively to society and helping individuals become better versions of themselves.
In recent times, social media and online forums have fueled speculation and conspiracy theories about the Freemasons, leading to misconceptions and fears among the public. Through this interview, the Freemasons of Ghana hope to shed light on their true intentions and dispel any lingering doubts, reaffirming their commitment to principles of decency and service to society.
By addressing these allegations and misconceptions head-on, the Freemasons of Ghana seek to promote understanding and transparency regarding their organization, emphasizing their positive contributions to the community and society at large.
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