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More Masonic Myths and Misunderstandings surrounding Freemasonry

More Masonic Myths and Misunderstandings surrounding Freemasonry Ever since its evolution in the 16th – 17th centuries into a free, accepted and speculative philosophical society – or into a peculiar system of morality, veiled in allegory and illustrated by symbols – there has always been many a “tall tale” regarding …

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Just what is meant by Morality

As regular readers know, I am often asked questions that relate to Freemasonry, and knowing that having sound morals is at the heart of Freemasonry, I wasn’t surprised to be asked “exactly just what is morality?” Well, firstly, English being the strange language it is, let’s understand morals, as in …

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Freemasons are Definitely NOT Against any Religion

The following questions were found on a Twitter post which began “I am really disappointed to see some FM [Freemasons?] proclaiming themselves ‘enemies of religions.’” Then: “Que de Dualisme et de radicalite, aurait-on perdu tout sens de la nuance – What Dualism and radicalism, would one have lost all sense …

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Honour related to Marriage, Sex and Promiscuity

I’ve been asked a question relating to honour, especially when this comes to marriage, sex and a liberal life, cohabiting (unmarried man and lady living together) and children. Questions such as these when addressed to me are always related to the attitude of Freemasons, and initially my answer is that …

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“Covid-19 Surge, but no Arrest becomes a Global Norm”

The trend of not registering Police Cases against the culprits who are responsible for the Covid-19 surge is creating outrage among families across the globe and one such case has its eyes in Mumbai. A periodical set of complaints have been filed against the systematic spread of Covid-19 virus in …

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Freemasonry – Regularity and Recognition

As I’ve said many times, the misinformation, most of it quite ridiculous, associated with Freemasonry is abundant and has been for almost as long as the first Grand Lodge was formed in London in 1717. The latest questions that came my way are somewhat confusing; they are related to Lebanon. …

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Misconceptions with respect to becoming a Freemason

It is always amazing to hear the views some people have of Freemasonry, and in this case what some believe is needed to become a Freemason. For example, I am told that in Lebanon, apparently, these strange views on membership of Freemasonry are prolific. So let me explain just what …

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