Monthly Archives: August 2017

Typhoon in Macau

We had suffered major nuances after a large typhoon stroke Macau yesterday. Life is coming back to normality, slowly. We don’t know for sure the exact number of casualties as investigations are still going on but five are already identified. … Continue reading

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Waldo Parra

The influence of Freemasonry in the formation of the republic of Chile and Latin America in general is the basis with which the writer Waldo Parra has formed his trilogy “Masons and liberators”m a decade or so ago, and inspired … Continue reading

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Flauta Mágica na Quinta da Regaleira

O Encanto Da Flauta Mágica De Mozart Pelos Fatias De Cá Para Ver Na Mística Regaleira O Sol começa a por-se e a noite começa a tomar conta do céu, Pamina encontra-se no jardim com a sua velha ama, quando … Continue reading

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Mark Winger, new Grand Master of New Zealand Freemasons

Newly-elected Grand Master of New Zealand Freemasons Mark Winger is keen to explode the myth that Freemasons are a “secret society”. Mr Winger, who is an Auckland lawyer, on Friday made the first visit to Dunedin by a New Zealand … Continue reading

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Reading Albert Pike

One of the myths of the modern times is the purpose of Freemasonry to create a “new order” or a “new world government” build around the superstructure of the Masonic Orders. That myth is of course false and is built … Continue reading

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Apron

Via Masonic Traveller Of the many emblems of Freemasonry, none is more iconic that the lambskin apron. Alien outside of the lodge, under the tiled lodge it represents the totality of what it means to be a Mason. It’s said … Continue reading

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