The climax of Monday night's ceremony was to be a simple prank. A new member of the Fellow Craft Club, a select group within the lodge, would sit in a chair while an older member stood 20 feet away and fired a handgun loaded with blanks. That ritual went terribly wrong inside Southside Masonic Lodge No. The shooter, a year-old Mason, Albert Eid, was carrying two guns, a.
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He reached into his right pants pocket, pulled out the wrong gun and shot William James, a year-old fellow Mason, in the face, killing him, the authorities said. He was wearing his blue Masonic jacket during his arraignment in Central Islip. Suffolk County Police called the shooting an accident, the consequence of one man's confusion. The incident exposes this centuries-old secret society to a rare degree of public scrutiny. Late Monday night, police carried evidence and ritual objects out of the Masons' one-story lodge in Patchogue.
All day Tuesday, television reporters and curious neighbors examined the club's bricked-over windows and peered into the front door to glimpse a bulletin board announcing the order's recent charity efforts.
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Masonic leaders statewide were quick to disavow the incident, saying it was not Masonic custom to shoot guns at other members. Ron Steiner, a spokesman for the New York State Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons, which oversees all Masonic lodges in the state, said the social club was not officially tied to the Masonic organization. Steiner said. Mystery and suspicion are woven into the history of the Freemasons, who trace their roots to the stone workers' guilds that built medieval Gothic cathedrals. The guilds evolved into secret clubs over the years with secret handshakes and rituals, and symbols like an all-seeing eye, pyramid and compass.
Even America's first president, George Washington, was deeply concerned about the insidious machinations and influence of one particular secret society, and its infiltration in America. Snyder, who had sent him a crucial book on the society. Also in , then-Yale President Timothy Dwight warned that the Illuminati was willing to use "murder, butchery, and war" to overthrow religion, government, and civilization.
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