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What is Freemasonry?
Today many books exist on the subject of Freemasonry available at a variety of retail outlets and None of them however focus specifically on the present tense idea of what Freemasonry is, today...


Freemasonry and the. Transmission of Geometry. This article investigates geometry’s importance within freemasonry and discovers the de facto guardianship provided geometry by operative masons...


How Freemasonry
How Freemasonry Began. Freemasonry In California. The first grand lodge was established in 1717 in London. In 1718 English Freemasonry spread to France and Spain, and after 1729, to India, Italy...


Discover Masonry
The mission of Freemasonry in California is brotherhood, community involvement, and Freemasonry is made up of many organizations, each with a special social, educational, or...


Masonic philosophy and values
Freemasonry celebrates ethnic diversity and welcomes men of all racial backgrounds. Our values Ethics Masons practice a lifestyle based on honor, integrity, and philanthropic values.


What is freemasonry?
What is freemasonry? An Address by' M. A. R. HOWARD, D.G.M. Deputy Grand Master of the Most To the profane who has never been within the walls of a lodge room, Freemasonry is the...


Freemasonry after the fall of napoleon. Grand Orient Freemasonry Unmasked. hand, he foreshadows the United States of Europe and World Federalism and, on the other, quotes the...


The Origins and Teachings of Freemasonry
Prior to reading The Origins and Teachings of Freemasonry it would be beneficial if the reader were familiar with some leading Masonic figures, specific concepts, and specialized words.


General Observations on Freemasonry
General Observations on Freemasonry. Dr. Stanford E. Murrell. 1. Freemasonry embraces a fluid 3. Modern Freemasonry tries to separate itself from past influential leaders such as Albert Pike but it...


Why become a Freemason? | What is Freemasonry?
2. What is Freemasonry? G Masonry consists of a body of men brought together for the sake of People have their own reasons why they enjoy Freemasonry. The following is a sample of some of...