Freemasons throw sex party in Battle Creek, Michigan
Police in Battle Creek MI, the birthplace of cold cereal, broke up an apparent orgy at a Masonic temple when they found women dancing in the nude on stage, while men filmed couples engaged in sex acts. Officers in the town in western Michigan town were called to the prominent building in downtown Battle Creek, just across a park from police headquarters at about 2:15 in the pre-dawn hours on September 1.
The police told local television station WWMT-TV that officers found two people having sex and women dancing in the nude and that this is not the first instance of such an orgy. The Freemasons of Battle Creek, for their part, denied that the affair was not part of its secret rituals and that it was not sponsored by their group. The five women involved were told to dress and leave the premises. The WWMT television station did not mention drug use.
A spokesman for the secret society who called himself 'Charlie' claimed that a man had rented the temple for a dance party. The Freemasons claim that they found nothing suspicious when they checked into the party about one hour before the police raid. All the same, it was not longer afterwards that police intervened and stopped the debauchery. The city is considering the levying of fines and charges against the sex party promoters and the Freemasons who own the building.
This is not the first time that Freemasonry, sex, and controversy have intersected in Michigan in recent times. Shriners International, an appendant organization of Freemasonry, is at the center of a legal battle involving two lawsuits. Local businessman Nicholas Singelis II filed suit on June 11 in a Genesee County court against the Elf Khurafeh Shrine Temple of Clio MI, along with 11 Shriners who are accused of allowing illegal sexual activities to take place during an initiation ceremony held on November 3 of last year at the organization’s Circus Park facility in Vienna Township, near Flint MI.
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