The Chronicle of Lewis County, another Lafromboise Newspaper which also owns the NVN published an in-depth report on a secret society in their area’s midst: the Chehalis Masonic Lodge No. 28.
Quoting the Chronicle,
“With the city of Chehalis in the midst of celebrating its 125th anniversary, the Masonic lodge is marking 130 years of Freemasonry in the city….
Freemasonry is widely known as the oldest fraternal organization in the world. The exact date of its creation is open to interpretation. Some date it back to the 16th century, while others claim it has been in existence since Cain and Abel, the Biblical sons of Adam and Eve. There are lodges in almost every country across the globe, and millions of Masons in the U.S. alone.
Shrouded in secrecy and renowned for rituals many deem bizarre and occasionally dubious, many of the traditions of the Freemasons are not open to the public. The secrecy of its members has led many to concoct conspiracy theories running the gamut from claims that the organization is bent on global domination, is a faction of the occult or the puppeteer mechanism for world politics….
Eric Schwartz covers municipal government and health for The Chronicle.”
This writer congratulates this in-depth report by Mr. Schwartz.
Hopefully, this is a sign that we’ll soon see an in-depth report about Yelm’s Ramtha School of Enlightenment (RSE) in the NVN heralding this academy in Yelm’s midst.
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