Mar
02
2017

The following is a non-Mason’s assessment and view on modern Freemasonry and its history.  This is a well-written article by Margaret Kohut, written in August 2006, essentially examining ‘Fact vs. Fiction’ surrounding Freemasonry: “Members of the order of Ancient Free and Accepted Masons are generally referred to as “Freemasons” or simply as “Masons.” Although this […]



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Mar
02
2017

“WHAT’S HE GOTTEN HIMSELF INTO THIS TIME?” It may seem a light-hearted way to ask the question, but still it’s a question many women have when their husbands decide to join the Masonic Lodge.  In spite of the fact that we’ve been around for hundreds of years, many people don’t know that much about us, […]



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Mar
02
2017

(courtesy of Grand Lodge of Florida) The History of Masonry in Florida cannot be traced properly until the source from which it derived its authority has been firmly established.  Inasmuch as Masonry in Florida and in the various States of the Union was established by authority from Masonry in the British Isles, a brief review […]



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Mar
02
2017

Ever Consider joining? Freemasonry is the oldest, largest Fraternity in the world. Its members have included Kings, Presidents, Prime Ministers, Statesmen, Generals, Admirals, Supreme Court Chief Justices, corporate CEOs, opera stars, movie stars, and probably, your next door neighbor.  (see some examples of famous Masons) And Masonry is always ready to welcome good men in […]



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Mar
02
2017

FAMOUS MASONS This is by no means a complete list. This list also includes Prince Hall Masons. From The American Revolution (other than Presidents): Benjamin Franklin, John Hancock, Paul Revere, John Paul Jones, LaFayette, Rufus King, James Otis, Baron von Steuben, Joseph Warren, Benedict Arnold (well, you can’t win them all) Political Leaders: Winston Churchill, […]



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