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If 25 is a number greater than the least number necessary as a quantification of age in units of years by which a man could be considered for accepting a part of the rights, lights & benefits of a lodge in that jurisdiction, then yes. Someone 25 could join. I've actually been present at a few cases where fathers and sons joined together and had all their initiations on the same nights.
Originally posted by Thumb
I am still not 100% clear, sorry. So, I could not join if I was 25?
Would a person just walk into a lodge and say they wanna join?
Originally posted by Darkpraetorian
Masons aren't allowed to ask and i don't see why your co-worker would invite down to the lodge, to do what sit outside?
Originally posted by PolarityHorizon
Apparently I do not have a proper understanding of what a freemason is. I thought that freemasons where some of the "ones" behind the NWO?
Apparently they do not recruit women...
Originally posted by network dude
...would you like for me to send you some more salt.
Originally posted by intrepid
If this is true it's a departure from all I've read/been told. 2b1ask1. Recruitment is not a tool that has been used in the past. Have things changed?
Originally posted by infobrazil
Apparentely the lodge needed my specialized knowledge.