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References to Freemasonry in popular culture range from the vitriolic to the innocuous. Far more often they are merely misinformed allusions from which Freemasonry faces a far more insidious threat; that of being marginalized, trivialized, and fictionalized. Most of the references noted on this site are harmless, simply pointing out that Freemasonry has played a role in our society; some are humorous, yet some are disturbing in their associations.
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Masonic references in the writings of John Case
The Genesis Code
A private investigator uncovers a series of murders orchestrated by the charismatic leader of a fictional Catholic lay society, "Umbra Domini."
"The Christian Democrats were a mess, the Mafia was resurgent, and the Freemasons were everywhere. As for the Jews, well...."
[Two Catholic priests in conversation. p. 29.]
"'They'd infiltrated the Mafia, the Masons, the Communists, the Red Brigades — but maybe not. Maybe it was the other way around...'"
[A discussion about the Italian military intelligence service. p. 143.]
"'They publish. Books, pamphlets, videos, tapes. About birth control, the Masons, abortion, homosexuality — they say homosexuals should be branded.'"
[A conversation about Umbra Domini. p. 178.]

The Genesis Code. John Case. Ballentine Publishing Group, New York: 1998. ISBN 0-345-42231-7

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