Wednesday, November 28, 2007

A Message to ....

Brothers,
There are some amongst you that obviously wish to know things that are not for those who are not members of Euclid Lodge. I would ask that desist as you are wasting your time.

It is against our practice and philosophy to share the identity of any member of Euclid Lodge without their express permission. Privacy is considered quite valuable to us.

The problem with this is that are questioning people that have nothing to do with it and they are calling me trying to figure out what is going on.

Meet with us on the level and we may be able to talk. Strike at us with a level and our door will shut to you.

Fraternally,
Brandt Smith
WM Euclid Lodge

5 comments:

LightTraveller said...

You'll get no pitchforks or flaming torches from me, Brother. I'm interested in knowing whatever you're willing to tell, and would not presume to demand anything more. Sorry to hear you're being harassed.

Anagram Anonymous said...

I agree with Light Traveller. I'm interested in as many facts as will fit into my poor, tired head. There is no need for harassment over the phone lines when it is so much easier over the Internet. ;,) Kidding, of course. I mean it from the heart when I say I wish you the best of luck and hope you find a rewarding path in the future. Peace out.

John Galt said...

No worries Brothers. Privacy is assured.

Brandt

Anagram Anonymous said...

No worries here, either. Only concerned that you know that there are regulars hoping for the best results on your path. Travel well, wherever your journey may take you.

OwenKL said...

I hate to use a public forum for this message, as it is private. (Perhaps you can delete it after you read it — sorry I can't make it self-destruct like Mission: Impossible.)
Anyway, could you please pass this on to Chad Vander Ven:

Bro. Chad; I just ran across your poem "Who Killed Hiram," and would like to invite you to submit it to our website at the Masonic Poets Society, along with whatever other Masonic poems you may wish, and a brief biography. Our URL is http://masonic-poets-society.com and as webmaster my personal eddress is at the bottom of every page on the site.