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Masonic Charitable Foundation UGLE

Apparently, charitable organisations in other countries are often seen as politicised, but in the UK this is not the case. There was some thinking that the Labour Party in 2008 wished to change the rules governing charities but this never materialised. Today, the Charity Commission (for England and Wales) sets …

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what opportunities are investors looking in media?

Media in Middle East is facing many problems. Some are related to the political arena, others are directly linked to the financial market. The traditional media always looked for funds through advertising or political campaigns funded by political figures, but these days investors in media are looking for new opportunities. …

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Freemasonry’s Attitude Regarding Criminals

I was recently asked this question: “Do Freemasons stay friends with a criminal who has been excluded from Freemasonry?” First and foremost, Freemasonry is an organisation we choose to belong to and, as with any organisation, there are rules and guidelines to follow. However, who a Freemason befriends is entirely  …

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Propaganda Due, The Lodge of ‘God’s Banker.’

In the 1980’s, a clandestine Italian Masonic lodge named Propaganda Due (P2) became the centre of a scandal, involving Italy’s second largest private bank (Banco Ambrosiano), the Mafia, the Vatican and a murder. P2 lodge was once a warranted lodge under the Grand Orient of Italy, which itself endured an …

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Freemasons, The Illuminati and The French Revolution

A startling claim has been made that ‘Freemasons do Revolutions,’ which has intrigued me to investigate why anyone should believe such a claim. Clandestine Freemasonry is a group of non masons that set up lodges outside the rule of a regular or irregular Grand Lodge, and this statement probably originates …

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