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 The influence of Freemasonry within the court 
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Madame de Lamballe was cured for her nervous condition. When exactly ? I rapidly checked on the net, it seems to be in the early eighties.

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Danton was a freemason. The emblem of the Club of the Cordeliers -- a single eye.


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I love this topic. Adrienne you are a very good moderator. Thank you all and when I have more time, I will contribute to this topic. I do, however, agree with Primprenelle when she says that Freemasonry helped to spread ideas of equality, but was not directly responsible for the Revolution. Who was behind Freemasonry, I wonder. Also, on a different point, do you mean the Princesse de Lamballe who was later beheaded was also active in Freemasonry?
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Alright, I was trying to search this topic online to back up what I'm about to say. But, of course my computer has to be super slow. So, anyways...

i was watching the history channel sunday afternoon and it was some special on the freemasons. Accourding to the history channel, many believed that the French Revolution was pay back because some French king, ( I don't remember who or what year, SORRY!) was jelious of their wealth and power. So, he had them all killed or exiled. If i'm right, it was friday October 13 and that's how friday the 13th started symbolizing bad luck.


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Yes, that was precisely the topic I began entitled "Did Philip the Fair bring on a vendetta?" Those arrested on that fateful day in 1307 were Templar knights and the Masons believe that they are the Templar legacy under a different name and yes, you are correct in saying that this arrest was the basis for Friday the 13th being considered 'unlucky'. There is a lot more to this, but I must get back to work.

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The princess of Lamballe was of the freemasonry

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