posted on Apr, 27 2012 @ 04:14 PM
reply to post by Amaeus
I understand. The only thing I could say about that is that in previous generations freemasonry was much more prevalent in society. It wasn't
unheard of to have nearly all the men of a given community involved in a lodge. This is much more rare these days.
The eastern star is really an organization so wives don't feel left out. I have nothing in particular against the eastern star, there's just a lot of
un necesry drama that happens when wives sit in lodge rooms with their hubby's just because they are masons. Yes they do make charitable donations...
There are a lot more poor masons, like myself, than there are mega wealthy ones. And all walks of life in between.
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W3RLIED2 because: Sp