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Actually the whole documentary does not explain literally anything. Its full of general facts degrees, rituals but nothing going deep into the lodges. Not even some history over the centuries. You finish it and you are like "so what do they believe in" They all speak about such general values and ethics charity or being equal or whatever, its extremely general and not accurate. We all believe in that- what is the difference with masons??? Documentary did not explain anything at all. They say all can join. Thats such a lie. - also did you notice no woman is seen NOWHERE in the documentary.
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