Category Archives: York Rite

Notes on Freemasory (Richard Carlile)

From Manual of Freemasonry, by Richard Carlile. IF we make ourselves acquainted with all that Masons know of their freemasonry, we shall find a blank, and that, in fact, they know nothing worthy of being called a secret. I am of … Continue reading

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York Rite in the World

What is the York Rite of Freemasonry? The Blue Lodges, together with the Royal Arch Chapters, the Councils of Royal and Select Masters, and the Commanderies of the Knights Templar constitute the YORK RITE OF FREEMASONRY. “Further Light” and the … Continue reading

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Freemasons in England

The controversial issue of serving police officers being members of the Freemasons has been a recurring theme in policing in England and Wales for some 50 years. There has been consistent disquiet about the potential for the organisation to exert … Continue reading

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Freemasons

Son come and sees, the Freemasons are here. Who are they? They are those who walk from the East to the West and from North to South with the firmly sustained in the universe. Why does the land shake at … Continue reading

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Jean-René Dalle

Communiqué de la GL-AMF Le Vénérable Frère Jean-René DALLE a été solennellement installé Grand Maître de la Grande Loge de l’Alliance Maçonnique Française (GL-AMF) le samedi 13 janvier 2018, à Tours, pour un mandat de trois ans. Il est assisté … Continue reading

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O Que é a Maçonaria?

Via site da Grande Loja Unida de Portugal. A Maçonaria é uma Ordem iniciática e ritualística, universal e fraterna, filosófica e progressista, baseada no livre-pensamento e na tolerância, e que tem por objetivo o desenvolvimento espiritual do homem enquanto individuo, … Continue reading

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How to become a Freemason

Sympathy of the Grand Lodge of North Carolina. The path to Masonic membership is fairly straightforward, however there are several points to consider before you join the fraternity. Masonry Does Not Seek, It Must Be Sought: Freemasonry does not solicit … Continue reading

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