It always amazes me when low level Masons attempt to debunk what is kept secret from even them and when higher order Masons try to divert from the
fact that there is anything secret, when it’s in their own “Liturgy.” Here’s the source evidence.
The University of Bradford has the most extensive library on Freemasonry. The search engine was brought about by two Freemason scholars, Robert Lomas
(a physicist) & Christopher Knight (Consumer Psych) who have written four books on the ancient origins of Freemasonry, and speak on a circuit of
lodges worldwide, though primarily in Europe. It’s fascinating to read what the facts of their findings are into the pagan origins of the order, as
well as the various branches have sprouted and merged with Christian, Musulim and Jewish religious traditions.
Their web site for the books is: www.knight-lomas.com...
Here’s the University Database site, specifically linked to connect you with Three Degrees ceremonies:
The Lectures of the Three Degrees of Craft Masonry
In the Lecture of the First Degree there is a series of Q&A’s between the “Worshipful Master” and the initiate, which at one point comes to the
Q - What do you wish to Collect.?
A- All Secrets and Mysteries of or belonging to Free and Accepted Masons in Masonry.
Later on, in case you’re confused about how secret it is:
Q- What is Freemasonry?
A- A peculiar system of morality, veiled in allegory, and illustrated by symbols. (These are open, right, which is
Q- Have Masons Secrets?
A - They have many invaluable ones.
Q -Where do they keep them?
A- In their Hearts.
Q- To whom do they reveal them?
A- None but Brothers and Freemasons