Category Archives: History of Freemasonry

Is Freemasory an International Organization?

Freemasonry exists throughout the world. However, each Grand Lodge or Grand Orient is sovereign and independent. There is no international governing body for Freemasonry. Traditionally the United Grand Lodge of England had some sort of symbolical authority over deist Freemasonry. … Continue reading

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There are rituals, but it’s not a religion

They have secrets, but they’re not all that mysterious. There are rituals, but it’s not a religion. That’s what the men of the Maryville Masonic Lodge at 1622 N. Main St. want people to know. However, according to member Mike … Continue reading

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We take good men and make them better

According to member Mike Thompson, Freemasonry is a way of life full of opportunities for spiritual experiences and personal growth. Thompson, a former Maryville mayor, is currently the Maryville lodge’s treasurer. He got into the organization while researching his family’s … Continue reading

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Looking to the sources of Freemasonry

The French revue ‘Le Monde’ publishes a detailled report on the historical origines of Freemasonry. It may be find in Le Monde des Religions. Collection Histoire. According to Pierre Molier the identity of Freemasonry is marked by its history. The … Continue reading

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