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Originally posted by DamaSan
Is it possible to become a free and accepted Mason in secret? Meaning: would one's family and friends have to know about it?
No. Far from it. There are Grand Lodges for each state, and no overarching body that a Grand Lodge owes loyalty to. So Texas Freemasonry is fully independent of Oklahoma Freemasonry is fully independent of District of Columbia Freemasonry, etc. We recognize each other (for the most part), but there's no one person or organizational body calling the shots.
Thx, I'm just curious at this point, i figured the lodges all ran the same boy was i wrong lol. thx again
No... just charity. You know... that idea that Jesus preached?
Originally posted by Endpoind
I found one in my town within a 1 minute on Google. Drove past it and took some pictures. It's called "Geef U Zelf" (translation: Give Yourself"). For me that sounds like you are giving yourself away for something you still don't know.
Originally posted by LarryLove
reply to post by clever024
Check the classifieds. Oh and remember that you'll need to take a blood oath with your trouser leg rolled up. Other than that, 9-5 office hours!
But the best bit is that when you become a mason, you'll never need to worry about the law. Old boys club - it is the way forward.
Well, I must be out of the loop as I have some outstanding speeding tickets that I wish would go away, but alas I still got pulled over and ticketed. None of my tickets have ever gone away and I only know of a few Judges that are Masons.