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Can a Satanist become a Freemason ?

Had this conversation many times over the years. It has popped up again on a Facebook Page. So I thought lets get some facts together and you can look – see – judge for yourself.    ………………………. Satanism is a group of ideological and philosophical beliefs based on the character of Satan. noun the chief […]

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THE HUNG SOCIETY The Society of Heaven and Earth Esoteric and allegoric implications for Masonry John B. Ensor ohn B. Ensor, Chemainus Lodge #114, Grand Lodge of British Columbia, Canada (telephone 604-753-4555). #146—25 Maki Rd. Nanaimo, BC Canada V9R 6N3 Definitions: ESOTERIC: The inner or hidden meaning understood by or meant for only the select […]

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Freemasonry in Egypt

Freemasons for Dummies – Chris Haddop, gives a good brief examination of this subject The turmoil has seen a number of Grand Lodges claim to be the one and only. Time will tell which is right for this Country Masonic High Council More information …   EGY Freemasonry in Egypt 1798-1921: A Study […]

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The Curse of Oak Island

The Curse of Oak Island Your browser does not support iframes. More detail :-

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This is an interesting point ….. THE FREEMASON AT WORK   – Harry Carr                            21   RAISING AND LOWERING THE WARDENS’ COLUMNS    Why do the Wardens in a Craft Lodge raise and lower their Columns? The usual explanations in the Lectures, etc., seem trivial, in view of the importance many Brethren seem to place on the […]

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Who Got Diana Dors’ Millions? (2003)

Diana Dors (23 October 1931 – 4 May 1984) was an English actress, born Diana Mary Fluck in Swindon, Wiltshire. She first came to public notice as a ‘blonde bombshell’ of the Monroe style, as promoted by her first husband, Dennis Hamilton, mostly via sex film-comedies and risqué modelling. When it turned out that Hamilton had […]

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International Conference on the History of Freemasonry International Conference on the History of Freemasonry 2013 INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON THE HISTORY OF FREEMASONRY FREEMASONS’ HALL, 96 GEORGE STREET, EDINBURGH, SCOTLAND 24 MAY- 26 MAY 2013 The first International Conference on the History of Freemasonry was held in 2007 to establish whether or not Freemasonry could be considered a single separate subject worthy […]

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Guilds and the leap to Freemasonry

Guilds and the leap to Freemasonry, notes and comments from Bill McElligott and Peter Taylor. Anything I say is just my opinion. Many will say something completely different, it just feels plausible to me. Have a look at The Salters Company, salt trading was absolutely enormous and with the kings blessing many made fortunes. These […]

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The Foundations of Modern Freemasonry

Collected notes and facts from Bill McElligotts files:-  John Churchill, 1st Duke of Marlborough, was both a military commander and a politician. Churchill was commander-in-chief of the English forces that fought in the War of Spanish Succession. While his military fame is secure, his political role is less well known – but along with Robert […]

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 THE FREEMASON’S SAINTS ALL the old crafts and guilds, both English and Continental, had their patron saints; and for hundreds of years freemasons have been holding their festivals on saints’ days. Masonic writings make frequent mention of saints, and the Masonic Year Book shows that saints give their names to about four hundred lodges in […]

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