Do the Freemasons Run Facebook?

Happy Sunday morning everyone!  I love Sunday mornings.  It’s a time where the family sleeps in and I spend some quiet time reflecting on the past week and preparing for another exciting seven days.

There’s nothing like a good conspiracy theory to get the mind thinking about all kinds of crazy stuff.  I shared the following on Facebook a few days ago & have thought about it ever since.

From a profile of Mark Zuckerberg on

What the CIA failed to do in 60 years, Zuck has done in 7: knowing what 800 million people–more than 10% of the world’s population–think, read and listen to, plus who they know, what they like and where they live, travel, vote, shop, worship. U.S. users spend more time on Facebook–on average 6.3 hours a month–than on any other site.

Is it possible that Facebook (a once private Social Network) is run by the Freemasons (a private Social Network)?  Of course it’s possible and Zuckerberg could be at the 33rd level.

There have always been strong ties between the US Government and the Free Masons.  The “All Seeing Eye” is on our currency after all.  It isn’t surprising the US Government (CIA, NSA, et al) have a HUGE interest in the information we all freely share with our “friends”.

On episode 353 of the “No Agenda” podcast Adam discussed the similarities of the “Two Ball Cane” to the Facebook logo:

Sometimes the truth is staring us right in the face every day

So what do you think?  Is Facebook just another company that’s found its Niche in Society or is it part of a greater evil that’s taking the opportunity to gather as much information on you as possible?

As an aside (and a bit of humor) you can see below it’s easy to change an existing logo to make a new one with a completely different meaning:

I love the Death Star/Wikipedia comparison


3 thoughts on “Do the Freemasons Run Facebook?”

  1. Of course the whole ‘It looks similar…so it must be the same thing” argument is bullocks. 1. the eye of providence on the reverse of the Great Seal has nothing to do with Freemasonry. 2. Freemasonry could care less what people thing, even it’s own members.

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