Monthly Archives: November 2017

Freemasony lectured in Macau

A lecture is scedulled for today, the 24th November, in Macau concerning the 300 years of the Grand Lodge of London and Westminster recently commemorated with a public event at the Royal Albert Hall in London. The lecturer is Arnaldo … Continue reading

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Th Spirit of Freemasonry by Kamel Oussayef

Kamel Oussayef, a longtime resident of Winchester, recently published “The Spirit of Freemasonry,” his second book. It is an annotated translation of a rare manuscript written by Jean Frédérique Doszedardski in 1804, the year that Napoleon Bonaparte crown himself Emperor … Continue reading

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A Master’s Work (Robert Jackson)

  Sympathy of Midnight Freemason I’ve heard before that our job as Masons is to make more Masons. What does that mean? How do we successfully do that job? In one light, we can think that it’s just the degree … Continue reading

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New threats against the Charlie Hebdo

As Freemasons fond of a full and scrupulous defense of freedom of expression we solidarize ourselves with this testimony of the Grand Orient de France. “Contre la violence et les menaces, la liberté d’expression doit être garantie A l’heure où … Continue reading

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How Freemasonry works

It needs to be. One of the good things that Freemasonry has, as an Order, is the door open. To come inside one need to knock at the door and pass through an enquiry and afterward being approved in a … Continue reading

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UGLE commemorates 300 years

More than 4,000 brethren from all over the world descended on London’s Royal Albert Hall for the Tercentenary celebration and the audience included Masons from 136 grand lodges around the globe. The evening included dramatic a presentation that portrayed UGLE history and … Continue reading

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