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  • In my opinion this claim seems completely logical. It came to my mind after seeing the fez hat that Stan is wearing similar to the ones that the Shiners (a freemason organization) are wearing. Also in the Mystery Shack Mystery game in the living room there is a hanged rug on the wall titled "The Royal Order of the Holy Mackerel" which seems like a name that a mason body organization would have, also its symbol is similar to the symbol of the Shriners. The show is also using clear symbols used also by the Freemason society most importantly the "all seing eye" or the "Eye of Providence" (Bill Cipher). In a number of episode segments we can see the secretive mysterious side of Stan, that in aspect of popular culture is all that being a Freemason is. I think my judgement would eventually reveale itself in the following episodes of the show.

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    • Also in the theme, at there very end, a code flashes with the illuminatti sybol saying Stan is not what he seems. (The code is bringing each letter three letters before the one that's shown.)

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    • That is true. Which also points that Stan isn't the person as everyone knows him, in the episodes "Tourist Trapped" and "Dreamscaperers" he is seen entering a [[Stan's secret room|secret passage in a vending machine]]. He is clearly a member of some kind of secret society, or to be more specific the The Royal Order of the Holy Mackerel as it is mentioned in the show.

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    • Plus the Stanmubile says "The Devil" in spanish.

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    • It says the devil because of the terrible quality of the car. And it's not the illumanati symbol t\it's the eye of providence. The illumnati just made it their logo.

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    • Add an a after the S in Stan and look what it spells.

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    • thats what i said :P

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    • I don't know much about the Illuminati, but the hat does resemble the head wear of the Shriners, such as the one series creator Alex Hirsch wears on this image -

      Mystery Tour 2013 Oregon Vortex.jpg

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    • There is a secret in gravity fall and stan knows it because he is in it

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    • I like this theory! I that Stan fits most requirements for freemasonry except:

      He doesn't have much religious background

      And ( idk for sure but) I think you have to have a clean record law wise  which Stan definitely doesn't

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    • Madialiano wrote: I like this theory! I that Stan fits most requirements for freemasonry except:

      He doesn't have much religious background

      And ( idk for sure but) I think you have to have a clean record law wise  which Stan definitely doesn't

      I don't know much about the requirements for joining the modern day Shriners, but the Freemasons founded by Adam Weipsheit (can't recall exact spelling) in Baravia in the late 1700s were considered a secret society with revolutionary objectives. Members who weren't willing to bend the rules or risk getting their hands dirty would not be much use to a group trying to controll the government and usurp the power of the Church.

      Stan would have made an ideal Freemason--in the traditional sense.

      "Everything is legal when there are no cops around!"

      is not too far from:

      "Nothing is true, everthing is permissible."

      Which is the motto of the original Assassins, often closely associated with the Illuminati.

      Mabel's Congressional declaration:

      "I'm legalizing everything" is not too far off either.

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    • I dont undertand all of this :P

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    • The Freemasons are a secret society that has existed for many years. They have odd initiation rituals they tried to keep from the public (think Fight Club) but over the years too many spies and members breaking their oath of secrecy have made all of the rituals public knowledge. The Freemasons are unlikely to have had any real influence or power for hundreds of years, if they ever had any in the first place. Many of the US founding Fathers were reputed to be Freemason, with "clues" about their membership appearing in various official portraits.

      The main oath of Freemasonry excludes any conflict with the oathswearer's personal honor or public obligations. As a secret society goes, they don't ask for much loyalty from the membership at all. Pretty wet firecracker for a global conspiracy.

      The Illumanati on the other hand, required obedience even beyond death, implying to some that the Illuminatti had access to immortality or occult powers beyond the grave. It is a far more likely candiate for a conspiracy of global domination. Even the non comic-opera villian, historically plausible version of the society may have had influence on the development of democracy in Europe.

      Most historians believe that the 1700s was just the time for monarchies to give way to democratic forms of government. Conspiracy theorists are just as sure that monarchy was here to stay--until the Illuminati gave it a strong shove from behind the palace draperies.

      It was just a matter of eliminating the wise and effective kings, while leaving the inbred fruitcakes in power. Soon the rule by a single man wasn't seen as an efficient system of government, as it had been for hundreds of years, but a foolish and dangerous indulgence. If there hadn't been so many bad kings over such a short time, no one would have dared challenge 'the divine right of kings'.

      This is the kind of environment Stan would have flourished in. He really was born 300 years too late.

      Well, maybe 200 years.

      If you don't understand, ask questions. I'm not a mind reader.

      Well, you won't catch me displaying special powers in public anyway. Bolo ties are not my thing.

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