You seem to have an interest in linking Freemasonry to, or at least getting us to admit Freemasonry contains elements of, a very wide range of very curious beliefs and religions - first it was Isis and Ashtaroth, then witchcraft and now Gnosticism, the Kabbalah, opposing gods and such.
So, 1) yes, you have consistently mentioned religions and 2) I think you are overthinking this.
Freemasonry is not - not - a religion. We do not - not - tell our members that they should believe in any given religion, nor has Freemasonry taken little chunks of various religious beliefs and puréed them, nor is Freemasonry based on any particular religion. What a Mason believes in terms of theology is 100% up to him.
To the extent that Masonry is religious, it would have to be in those things shared by all major religions, things like the belief that a man will have to answer for his deeds here on earth, that it is our responsibility to behave well towards our fellow creatures, etc. Note that that does not mean that we teach or say just how or to Whom we will have to answer, etc, just general tenets of virtually every faith.
It Is true that Freemasonry utilizes some JudeoChristian Biblical figures in teaching allegories, but that’s all that they are, teaching aids. Nobody I have met actually believes they are historical fact.
So while there may be a few individual Freemasons who are interested in gnosticism or Isis or the Kabbalah or such, they are interested as individuals, not as Masons. Freemasonry does not borrow from, utilize, represent or lean towards - or away from - any faith.
So feel free to keep the questions coming, but you’re going to keep getting the same sort of response.