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Freemasonry And Politics
We do not wish to belabour this subject but it is important to be clear on the relationship between the two. So let us be very clear on this point: mixing Freemasonry and politics is like mixing religion and sex, pretending that one is good for the body and the other for the mind. However, it is an incompatible and impractical mixing of genres. The reason is that politics is based exclusively on a principle of duality (right - left / for - against / capitalism - social communism), while Freemasonry works precisely against duality by adhering to a ternary system.
When a Freemason joins a Lodge in order to practice social networking or political activities, he is like a motorist who, once in his vehicle, has one foot on the brake and the other on the accelerator. How can two totally contradictory actions be justified? Some people may be able to point out countries which are theocratic in practice, although they are democratically governed. Perhaps the United States follows this model in some situations?
For a Freemason, it is materially impossible to work on one's spirituality and at the same time debate on subjects that inflame passions and divide humans. All Freemasons like to repeat that Freemasonry aims at "reuniting what has been scattered and spreading light all over the world". The choice is clear. If we try to justify our fear, this only puts off facing the real problem, which is the questioning of ourselves. It is also a question of Masonic identity. Is Freemasonry a social-political-cultural path or a spiritual path? To those who answer: "a mixture of the two", we would answer that it is indeed possible to add a dose of spirituality to politics, but the opposite is absolutely impossible.
 Theocracy is a form of government in which the supreme ruler receives divine guidance directly from God. The term theocracy is used to denounce the invasion of religious voices, mainly Pentecostals and Evangelists, in the political sphere in the United States. A book by Kevin Phillips (American Theocracy , 2005 ) denounces the dangers of mixing religion and politics at the government level. His example was George W. Bush.