Vandals Desecrate Masonic Monument with Pink Paint

PIC: Image derived from original photograph by 'Autopilot' (CC)

The Daily Grail reports that:

The House of the Temple, a Masonic landmark in Washington D.C. that featured in a recent Dan Brown novel, was vandalized over the weekend, with pink paint thrown over one of the sphinxes that ‘guard’ the front entrance of the building. Photographer Luis Gomez took the shot and posted it on his “One Photograph a Day” blog on Monday.

The big question about this is why PINK paint? Was it an activist statement suggesting that Freemasons are anti-gay? Or perhaps, the vandal was suggesting Freemasons are “pinkos” (as in communist sympathizers)?

Or perhaps, in true Dan Brown fashion, a disgruntled, gay, anti-communist, Freemason (who also happened to be a student of classical literature), knew that the Latin word for pink is “roseus” …. and therefore used pink paint as a cryptic signal that Freemasons are actually Rosecrucians. (This, of course, was all done in haste, while fleeing, wounded, from a relentlessly pursuing, tattooed albino. Hence, the sloppy paint job).

But why a pink Sphinx?

Personally, I think it’s an advert for a new Freemasonic kids cartoon: “The Pink Sphinx.” Kind of a reboot of The Pink Panther, but with secrets and codes and mysterious paw-shakes. If only Ernest Borgnine (a known Freemason) were still alive to play the bumbling Inspector.

The guy who played Kramer on Seinfeld is a known Freemason – and he’d also make a good bumbling Inspector.

Read the story at The Daily Grail.

Latest posts by lifobryan (see all)

13 Comments on "Vandals Desecrate Masonic Monument with Pink Paint"

  1.  “Was it an activist statement suggesting that Freemasons are anti-gay?”

    Well they aren’t.  I know of at least one openly gay member.  I know because he is a co-worker.

  2. The freemasons were just getting ready for their shocker ceremony, you know — “2 in the pink, one in the Sphinx”

  3. Anonydude | Aug 16, 2012 at 5:11 pm |

    “Vandals Desecrate Plot of Land with Pompous Temple, People Paint Some of it Pink 101 Years Later”

  4. Ted Heistman | Aug 16, 2012 at 7:54 pm |

    Project mayhem?

  5. They’re protesting Dan Brown obviously.

  6. justagirl | Aug 17, 2012 at 3:58 pm |

    looks fuckin better

Comments are closed.