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has anyone with a sex change tried to get in a regular lodge / and a man/woman the eastern lodge interested to see the answer on this
reply to post by Fitzgibbon
Wikipedia is not a valid source.
and then he told us that white masons were allowed in black lodges but blacks were not allowed in white lodges.
Please define what you mean by high ranking.
11 /22 /33 are all linked to the human body think the spine as you will know ? and the sun as above so below and all that jazz
My great uncle was a 33rd degree Mason who died at age 94.
I don't get why you non-Masons always place such emphasis on numbers, or why you even feel the degrees done in a side order are even worth mentioning.
This is really the same as saying:
Your Great Uncle was a Master Mason, who happened to have done the Scottish Rite degrees too.
You say he was 33rd degree as if it means something...
Now if you said "My Great Uncle was an active district officer" or something like that, that would be much more meaningful as to his involvement in the Craft.
reply to post by KSigMason
Its run of the mill answers like this that remind us all that for every truly important Mason knowing their true history, and making sure to keep it from others, will keep posers in the thousands, with snuggly titles, and endless nonsensical answers that will keep them satisfied, and the conspiracy going.
... I am only 32nd, so how could I possibly know what a 33rd knows? I couldn't. But then again, how could a non member know either?
I I suppose we will have to resort to reading those Christian sites to find the "real" truth.
I don't frequent any sites like that. Are they good?
It depends on what you like. If you are heavy into "facts", it may not be your thing.