17-05-2009, 04:21 PM
So the other day I was attending a workshop at a major "psychiatric" hospital here in the U.S. and when I went up to return a book I had borrowed from the library there I saw a picture of a Masonic Temple. I wondered why it was there in a psychiatric hospital? Then a friend of mine told me about the tunnels under the facility. Were they really dug during WWII as they claim? Or are they tunnels to the underground bases which I still have trouble believing in? Back to the floor-plan of a Masonic Temple picture. Since it was "Masonic" I decided to see if any of the founders names were possibly (guessing) associated with the founders of the Mormon church. I did find out that one of the twelve founders (there's that number again) had the last name "Young". I'll have to check this out though. One of the founders of Brown University a Jonathan Brown also helped found this facility. Strange coincidences. Now Brown University uses this place as a "research and teaching" facility. How much longer will they be allowed to experiment on vulnerable populations I wonder?