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 Bristol Broadband Co-operative 
 Freemasons told us what it's like to be part of a secret society, and what they get out of it
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In 1999 Bristol-based HTV's head of news and current affairs, James Garrett, made a 30 minute documentary about the Gloucestershire Freemasons. He discovered that masons give money to charity but that a human skull and cross bones is used in initiations and sometimes recruits look petrified. James examines the allegation that freemasonry is, in fact, a religious cult and that members join to aid their privilege and promotion.
Rites and Wrongs - Gloucestershire Freemasons documentary HTV 1999

Jeremiah Films' Mike Mandel asked several initiates of witchcraft and freemasonry to describe the ceremonies and circumstances of their recruitment into both crafts and finds there are some surprising similarities.
Freemasonry and Witchcraft compared

Business Insider magazine took a look inside the masonic lodge with three Freemasons and asked them to explain why they were members of the craft. Then former Freemason Ian Mattison reviewed the film casting some doubt over whether they had been entirely frank, or whether the piece was more of an advertisement for freemasonry.
Freemasons told us what it's like to be part of a secret society, and what they get out of it
What It's Like To Be A Freemason, According To Members Of The Secret Society

Finally New Zealand preacher Barry Smith shares some of his controversial views about exorcism, the alleged ability to cast a demonic spirit out of a person through the power of Jesus Christ, a fundamental tenet of the Christian faith.
Four powerful exorcisms that Jesus performed in the gospels

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