posted on Apr, 5 2010 @ 01:21 AM
reply to post by stumason
I wish they'd let me in, to be honest! After all, I am a Mason by birth!
Why won't they let you in???
Britain does also have more of a historical stigma against Masonry, such as the laws demanding that Masons openly state their membership, or baring
them all together. In America I think its mostly seen as a social club, just like merry ol' England. "Like the elks club!" is the most often
phrase I hear since moving out west.
I've only personally met two or three British/Irish Masons, and one from France.. I did recall none wore
rings though.. I love hearing/seeing the differences and likeness between countries, states and so on. It is truly is fascinating, especially when
you consider how old the Craft is, if you appreciate that kind of history.
The OP never stated what the Freemason gentleman was cooking? Wasn't .. dear me.. virgin... baby limb soup.. sacrificed goat au gratin?