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Hermann Göring and Freemasonry
"You can't fathom your fate. It depends on such little things. For instance the little thing that prevented me from becoming a Freemason. I had a date to meet some friends to join the Freemasons in 1919. While waiting for them, I saw a pretty blonde pass by and picked her up. Well, I just never did get around to joining the Freemasons. If I hadn't picked up that blonde that day it would have been impossible for me to get into the Party, and I wouldn't be here today."

Nuremberg Diary, G[ustave]. M[ark]. Gilbert (1911 - ). Verbatim declaration by Hermann Göring (1893/01/12 - 1946/10/15) in his cell on November 15, 1945. The trial opened on November 20, 1945 with sentences handed down on October 1, 1946. New York : Da Capo Press, 1995. pp. 15-16. ISBN: 0-306-80661-4[New York : Farrar, Straus, 1947.]. Cf. "If I hadn't picked up that blonde that day I might have been a freemason, and it would have been impossible for me to get into the Party, and I shouldn't be here today." Reprinted from Exchange in British Columbia Masonic Bulletin March 1948, vol xi, no. 7. p. 52. Cited in "Chance versus Informed Planning," Royal Bank Letter, Royal Bank of Canada, October 1964: www.rbc.com.

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