Since I posted the article about the mysterious S.R.O.T.N. website and the associated ‘flying monkeys’, I have had numerous people contact me who have experienced the behaviour of the cyber bullies. On the whole, they are Masons who have disagreed with the overall philosophy of the ‘flying monkeys’ and have had to leave the forums completely. The incidents stretch over a period of time and seemed to have peaked from 2007-2010. but there has been incidents since, with some happening recently.
Another S.R.O.T.N. site has also been uncovered, which uses the same sardonic humour; their lair is discussed in the blog which is portrayed like a villain’s secret base from a James Bond film, and the site attacks the odd Clandestine Grand Lodge. Overall, it’s a quite an entertaining site, and one can almost forget the darker claims that are associated with the group. The group was also exposed on a David Icke forum in 2010 which also points out the inharmonious activity of the S.R.O.T.N. The posts on their blog cease in 2012, but their twitter account, which began in 2009, is still active with occasional recent posts concerning The Chiefs of Ten. Older posts appear to go to a now dead link, but are still bizarre, with a number of posts mentioning of Hounds of Tindalos, which appear in a H.P. Lovecraft story – a favourite topic of the ‘flying monkeys’ according to Philip Carter.
Other blogs discussing the ‘flying monkeys’ have also been found from 2008, written by Blogger and Mason Theron Dunn who pointed out the internet group when they appeared to be present on various Masonic forums. It all reminds me that the floor to a Masonic lodge is light and dark, and sometimes we have to all work harder to make the light brighter.