Hey,,,yous gots the same avatar I gots,,,
at least here you gets a avatar,,,most places you don't
gets nothing,,,I bet theys a snakey Masonic lizzard in that box,,,
I keeps waiting for it to pops open and jumps out,,,
makes me the nervous,,,
Hey,,,all the Masonic secrets are on the web,,,
course you have to shift through a big ol pile of stuff,,,
till you get to the real deal,,,
The Taxil hoax was an 1890s hoax of exposure by Léo Taxil intended to mock not only Freemasonry, but also the Roman Catholic Church's opposition to it.
The book contained many implausible tales about her encounters with incarnate demons, one of whom was supposed to have written prophecies on her back with its tail, and another who played the piano in the shape of a crocodile.
That crocodile is a Kritter,,,he is in the box...
He instead announced that his revelations about the Freemasons were fictitious. He thanked the clergy for their assistance in giving publicity to his wild claims.