I agree Ksig. Pike is not the ultimate authority on the subject in a contemporary sense. An active lodge is a better source, in my experience.
Originally posted by KSigMason
reply to post by vcwxvwligen
Why do you all think that Albert Pike is the expert on EVERYTHING Freemason. His writings pertains only to the Scottish Rite. If all the crosses are supposed to be slanted then what about this:
[edit on 4-9-2009 by KSigMason]
Originally posted by vcwxvwligen
reply to post by network dude
What does it matter that the OES is made up of women and old ladies? Actually, the more you describe it, the more it seems like some kind of a cult.
I don't know that anyone here is specifically familiar with Masonry in Nevada. The Grand Lodge of Nevada website and the Prince Hall Grand Lodge of Nevada website both have lists of the lodges, so you might find the one closest to you, or that meets on a night when you're free, and go down, introduce yourself, and have dinner with some of the guys and see if it's a group that you could get to liking.
Originally posted by aarondalton
reply to post by Tadarida
Hi my name is Aaron i am black i live in las vegas nv i want to be come a freemason or a pricehall freemasonAAron what do you think would be butter for me