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Approaching my local Masonic meeting hall

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posted on Feb, 9 2007 @ 09:34 AM
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Hi I noticed there is a Masonic meeting hall round the corner from where I live Slough England and I notice they have regular meetings on certain days when the car park is full.

I want to join the freemasons, what would happen if I just tried walking in on meeting day or if I approached one of the members and asked about joining??




posted on Feb, 9 2007 @ 09:46 AM
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u2u me if you want some more information. ATS is not really the best place for this sort of inquiry, I'm afraid.



posted on Feb, 9 2007 @ 10:55 AM
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My lodge has a sign on the door about who to contact if you're interested in joining. Also if you do a google search of Grand Lodge _____ enter your state and they usually tell you about who to contact if you're interested in joining. Take care.

Michael



posted on Feb, 9 2007 @ 01:31 PM
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While Trinityman is right, this isn't the place, I'll lend my 2 cents. You said UK, if you know the name of the lodge, ask around town, you could likely find a website if the UK Masons work the same as the US. If you do not know the name, go to this link, I do not know much about UK geography so I'll leave this up to you to find. You could e-mail the Secretary of your respective lodge, or just call if you find a phone number. Heck even e-mail the Grand Lodge of England.

Grand Lodge of England: Provinces

All you have to do is ask, if Masons in England are anything like American Masons, which the ones I see on this board are, you will find a very receptive audience.



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