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Ask a UK Freemason anything.
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Why do freemasons think they are mad cunts? your literally the gayest fucks in the world who think ur mad.
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>>703194595
>Why do freemasons think they are mad cunts? your literally the gayest fucks in the world who think ur mad
Not aware of any gays in my lodge. A few eccentrics, but again, none that are clinically mad that I'm aware of.
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tell me about jack the ripper
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>>703194789
>tell me about jack the ripper
Lovely chap, a bit before my time but I hear he was just misunderstood.
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How long is your penis when it is erect?
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>>703194877
what about murdering prostitutes in that very specific way
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>>703194908
>How long is your penis when it is erect?
Long enough to satisfy your mum, and she's not exactly small.
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>>703194971
>what about murdering prostitutes in that very specific way
Every organisation will have its bad apples, and when you're part of a fraternity you tend to look after each other regardless of the wrongdoings.
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Have you travelled far
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Who is the best offlane hero in Dota?
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>>703195092
>Have you traveled far
Are you a widow's son?
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>>703195071
explain to me the significance of the chequered floor
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>>703194304
Which is your rarest pepe?
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>>703194304
>UK Freemason
>Freemason
>Feemason
>Feemanon
>Femanon
>Top cunt
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>>703194304
what is your dicks sucked:life favours ratio?
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>>703195264
>explain to me the significance of the chequered floor
Aaah, the old good / evil, light / dark, King S's Temple thing.
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>>703195400
How many orders are there in freemasonry?
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>>703195368
>what is your dicks sucked:life favours ratio?
0:3 at the moment - happy for things to go either way though.
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>>703195464
>How many orders are there in freemasonry
Three - all the others are a bit bollocks.
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>>703195521
what is the difference between masons and other secret organizations?
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>>703195619
>what is the difference between masons and other secret organizations?
Freemasonry isn't a secret organisation, it's an organisation with secrets. Can't comment on other organisations as I'm not a part of them.
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>>703195742
that doesnt really answer my question
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>>703195742
what happens when a member or lodge 'goes rogue'?
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>>703194304
Fucking communist. Show me your baby blue.
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>>703195842
>that doesnt really answer my question
How can I answer a question about "secret" organisations that I'm not a member of?
Freemasonry is largely about charitable acts and donations, something I imagine is not present in other organisations.
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>>703195742
What kind of secrets do you have?
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>>703195983
>What kind of secrets do you have?
Rituals, historic events, facts about various high profile members
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>>703194304
Are you guys doing anything reguarding the white genocide over there?

Are you doing anything about the endless waves of muslims coiming to take your country?

If not then what fucking good are you as an orgization? Hope your shit burns down with then rest of the country.
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What are some of the biggest misconceptions about Freemasons?
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How much are appliance fee?
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>>703196055
Are they any secrets that you were like "holy shit! I can't believe X!"

What happens if a member leaks the secrets? Has it ever happened?
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>>703196124
Not the freemason but it should be noted we are actually building a wall to keep those asylum seekers out
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>>703196055
Share the historic ones.
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>>703196136
>What are some of the biggest misconceptions about Freemasons?
That's it's exclusive - it really isn't.
That you have to be asked to join - you don't
That it entitles you to get away with anything - not true
That people join for personal gain - nothing could be further from the truth
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Can you be my invitee into the freemasons?
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>>703196353
>Can you be my invitee into the freemasons?
See the post above - you aren't invited, approach a local lodge and ask about joining.
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>>703196293
>Share the historic ones.
Nope.
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are there female masons?
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>>703196258
>Are they any secrets that you were like "holy shit! I can't believe X!"
Yes, a couple of biggies but I wouldn't share them
>What happens if a member leaks the secrets? Has it ever happened?
Not aware of it happening. Tradition says their tongue would be torn our and buried, or their hart plucked from their chest. In reality, they'd be kicked out.
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>>703196552
>are there female masons?
Not actual masons, but lodges have been created for women to join.
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To add - Freemasonry is the second largest charitable organisation in the UK. All money is collected from the members within the organisation.
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>>703194304
do any secrets involve ayy lmao's?
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>>703196341
>That people join for personal gain - nothing could be further from the truth
Having said the above - if I interviewed 2 people for a job, and one was a Freemason but they were both equally qualified I would employ the freemason.
Not simply because they are a /b/rother, but because they have proved themselves to be of good character
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>>703196976
>do any secrets involve ayy lmao's?
Yes, most of them in fact.
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What are the current objectives of the freemasons
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>>703195876
bump
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>>703195876
>what happens when a member or lodge 'goes rogue'?
In the UK, The UGLE would intervene - probably removing the lodges warrant. If it was a member, they would be expelled and probably persuaded to keep quiet about certain things.
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How do members rank up?
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is your name regan?
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>>703194304
Tell us a secret and we'll keep it a secret. Ok?
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>>703197810
No, his name is Nager.
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fuck OP what about appliance fees? How much you should pay to get into? Also how much do you pay per month?
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>>703197714
>How do members rank up?
Entered apprentice
Fellowcraft
Master Mason

There are various positions within the lodge that a member can do, usually once they've achieved their second degree (Fellowcraft)
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>>703194304
1) EA, FC or MM?

2) Scot, English or Irish?

3) Is it really a dick measuring competition at the end of the day? Like kissing ass is the only way to "progress"?
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>>703197810
>is your name regan?
Nope
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>>703197893
lol faggot
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>>703197906
>fuck OP what about appliance fees? How much you should pay to get into? Also how much do you pay per month?

Annual fees are around £180
Charitable collections at each meeting - give what you can afford - usually around £50
Dining fees at each meeting - around £15 for a decent 3 course meal.
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Does being a member require coming to numerous social events? What is the protocol if you dont feel like going
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>>703194304
What's up brother?
NC AFAM reporting in.
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>>703194789

There's this really good documentary called From Hell that throughly explains the topic.
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>>703198000
>1) EA, FC or MM?
>2) Scot, English or Irish?
>3) Is it really a dick measuring competition at the end of the day? Like kissing ass is the only way to "progress"?
MM
English
Not that I've come across in my years as a member
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>>703198138
>Does being a member require coming to numerous social events? What is the protocol if you dont feel like going
You are "Summonsed" to the meetings - they are not optional (in theory). In practice, it doesn't matter if you miss a couple in a year.
Social functions are entirely optional.
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>>703198306
What is the difference between the meetings and the social events?
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>>703195521
York rite
Scottish rite
Shriners
Eastern Star
>I count four
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>>703194595
you're*
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>>703198212
thanks for your time in doing this. after MM, theres like 8 other branches, including mark mason, royal holy arch, knight templar, etc. could you explain what these sub branches are in really simple terms? is it a necessity to join these other lodges?
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>>703194720
You can't be a mason seriously.
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>>703198440
>What is the difference between the meetings and the social events?
Meetings are the ritualistic ones, followed by discussing Masonic business.
Social functions are usually open affairs where you can bring non-members, spouses etc.
They have a ladies event where you can bring your wife along to the lodge for a black-tie evening.
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>>703198471
Oops I forgot Allied Masonic Degrees
>Five
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>>703198643
how many meetings/social events are there in a year?
Who can call a meeting?
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>>703198568
>thanks for your time in doing this. after MM, theres like 8 other branches, including mark mason, royal holy arch, knight templar, etc. could you explain what these sub branches are in really simple terms? is it a necessity to join these other lodges?
There are many different "branches". Knights Templar often meet in the same lodge as we do. You would usually be a Master Mason before approaching another order.
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>>703198638
>You can't be a mason seriously.
Why is that?
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>>703198805
>how many meetings/social events are there in a year?
7 meetings at my home lodge, perhaps visit other lodges for 3 or 4 meetings, 2 or 3 social events
>Who can call a meeting?
The Worshipful Master calls the meetings
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>>703199006
Where do you procure your robes from?
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>>703194304
im joining a lodge in the near future want to smoke a cigar together?
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>>703198906
because you said there's no fags in the lodge
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>>703199155
>Where do you procure your robes from?
Amazon usually, but some of the nicer ones come from places that advertise in the monthly magazine
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>>703199269
>im joining a lodge in the near future want to smoke a cigar together?
Why the fuck not. Any idea which lodge?
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>>703199284
He said he wasn't aware of any, you numbwitted avocado.

Freemanon: What happens during a meeting and what are the rituals?
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>>703199284
>because you said there's no fags in the lodge
Oh...hahaha....that was great, good one.
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>>703194304
Where on the spectrum do the FMs fall as far as influence or importance in comparison to other groups like Skull and Bones or Rothschild's?
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>>703199383
Can you link us to the Amazon ones?
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>>703194304
why do newfags believe OP without timestamped pics

why do you type like james bond
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>>703194304
was 9/11 an inside job?
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>>703194304
The fuck happened over there? Your country had been spiraling down for decades
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>>703199488
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thats kinda something they cant share anon. gotta be 1 to be a part of those secrets. they call it a privilege.
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>>703199488
>Freemanon: What happens during a meeting and what are the rituals?
Rituals are things like initiations for new members or ceremonies for people passing to a higher degree.
They're really interesting if you're into that kind of thing. They can be quite theatrical, and you get to play with swords.
The rest of the meeting is probably similar to any other committee meeting - accounts, any other business, reports of members needing assistance etc.
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>>703199696
What is the standard procedure for, say, a entered apprentice passing to fellowcraft?
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Can you tell us anything at all that we don't already know from either very basic googling or simply buying a book?
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>>703199545
>Can you link us to the Amazon ones?
We don't wear robes - suits mainly, but with aprons:
amazon. co. uk /s/ref=nb_sb_noss_2?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=masonic+aprons&rh=i%3Aaps%2Ck%3Amasonic+aprons
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>>703199696
Can I petition with a criminal record? My family is very involved with the Masons here in the U.S., will that help me?
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>>703199587
>why do newfags believe OP without timestamped pics
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>>703200024
>Can I petition with a criminal record?
Nope - demonstrates that you are not a free man of sound character
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>>703199696
>you get to play with swords.
No only the Tiler gets to.
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>>703199897
>What is the standard procedure for, say, a entered apprentice passing to fellowcraft?
A ritual in the lodge - takes about 45 minutes depending on the variation of the ritual.
Learn new signs and tokens and that's about it.
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>>703200122
Not true. Only felons are barred.
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>>703200185
>No only the Tiler gets to.
Wrong - when an Entered Apprentice has his hood removed, some lodges rituals have him surrounded by members with swords.
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>>703200266
>Not true. Only felons are barred.
Not in the UK - any criminal record has to be declared and is a bar to entry.
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>>703200070
can faintly make out what's written under the paper
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>>703199961
Essentially, this. I've seen more tea spilled in The Telegraph about the Freemasons. This is like a SUN article.
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>>703200423
>can faintly make out what's written under the paper
Nothing secret
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>>703200353
I think you're full of it. Post your dues card.
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>>703194304
1. What are your goals?
2. How do you join?
3. What are your practices?
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>>703194304
Are we allowed to see a timestamp
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Is there a "secret" handshake to identify freemasons?
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>>703200497
>Essentially, this. I've seen more tea spilled in The Telegraph about the Freemasons. This is like a SUN article.
Feel free to not participate - I invited people to ask questions, I didn't volunteer to write a book about it.
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>>703200613
>Asks for timestamp after its been posted
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>>703200647
>Is there a "secret" handshake to identify freemasons?
Yes, but it is accompanied by a word or "token"
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>>703200719
>Yes, but it is accompanied by a word or "token"
Wrong. Clandestine mason detected.
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>>703200719
So Grand Secretary of UGLE lied in the following article?

http://www.telegraph. co. uk/news/features/9124269/Handshakes-and-trouser-legs-secrets-of-the-Freemasons.html
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>>703200852
>>Yes, but it is accompanied by a word or "token"
>Wrong. Clandestine mason detected.
Not wrong - perfectly accurate.
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I'm an AJEF wich is a paramasonic institution, i know there are other paramasonic orgs, we are auspiced by a Grand Lodge. My question, does your Grand Lodge auspices any paramasonic institution and how is you relationship with Londons Most Worshipfull Grand Lodge?
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And now we see that OP struggles to keep his lie together. What a thread.
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Fraternal Greetings from Bavaria Lodge #935 in the Or.: Munich!
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>>703200972
>So Grand Secretary of UGLE lied in the following article?
It would appear so. See the page from the first degree ceremony text above.
The G or T of an EA FM = the grip or token of an entered apprentice freemason
What does it demand - A word
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>>703194304
do you guys do demon worshiping?
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>>703201327
>do you guys do demon worshiping?
No - we all declare a belief in a higher power, usually god, but it could be anything you like.
There are no religious aspects to any ceremony or ritual. Religion and politics are two things that you are not permitted to discuss in the lodge.
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>>703201512
Is there a lot of inside trading in the lodges?
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>>703201141
Post your dues card then.
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How did you join?
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>>703201585
Seconded. By the looks of it, you just got your hands on the Regulations. Feel free to cover any incriminating info, of course.
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>>703201573
>Is there a lot of inside trading in the lodges?
None that I have seen - favours are done of course, but anything like that would not take place insid ethe lodge
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>>703201585
>Post your dues card then.
I won't post anything that would potentially identify me, or my mother lodge, or even my province.
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>>703201663
>How did you join?
I emailed a local lodge from their website.
Two masons came to my house to talk to me, and my wife.
I interviewed at the lodge and was then invited to apply. There was then a ballot and then an initiation ceremony. The whole thing took around 3 months.
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I'm an AJEF wich is a paramasonic institution, i know there are other paramasonic orgs, we are auspiced by a Grand Lodge. My question, does your Grand Lodge auspices any paramasonic institution and how is you relationship with Londons Most Worshipfull Grand Lodge?
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OP here - it's been fun. Off home now, work's done for the day.
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Quickly, where do you stand politically? Member of any party?
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>>703202108
>Quickly, where do you stand politically? Member of any party?
Member of the conservative party. Bye all.
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Waste of thread has been waste.

>ITT: We don't have to google and get a few facts that is more than commonplace.
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>>703202201
See ya. Please don't purge me when the New World Order happens.
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>>703202201
>>Quickly, where do you stand politically? Member of any party?
>Member of the conservative party. Bye all.
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Did you ever visit a lodge outside your country (at least do you have your passport) i do a lot, and that most of the time a very nice experience, but it is sometimes difficult to follow rituals in different languages.
I will be happy to welcome a brethren from UGLE here in my french lodge (and yes a regular one)
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>>703202317
>Did you ever visit a lodge outside your country (at least do you have your passport) i do a lot, and that most of the time a very nice experience, but it is sometimes difficult to follow rituals in different languages.
>I will be happy to welcome a brethren from UGLE here in my french lodge (and yes a regular one)
If thread is still alive when I get home I will continue to answer questions. Never visited an overseas lodge as yet, but would really like to.

Really going now.
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>>703194304

How do i make freestone?

and what purpose does it have in actual construction
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>>703202317
If you are part of a regular lodge you are also very welcome to visit my lodge in munich!
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>>703202562
What are lodges like lad?
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Thanks, I will be in Dusseldorf soon, I will try to find a lodge to welcome me, I'm following Reformed Scottish rite in the blue, still my german is terrible, I will see what it will be like.
We are regular again here, after some troubles here in france, UGLE gives us the regularity back this year, this was a relief. If I ever come to Munich what is your lodge number ?
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>>703202702
Lodges are a great ! That is were are your truly brothers and really for me (everybody have a different feeling about it I guess) it is relieving time. But not really something you can describe to a profane
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Which one are you OP?

Conor Burns Bournemouth West
Simon Burns Chelmsford
Alun Cairns Vale of Glamorgan
Damian Collins Folkestone and Hythe
Graham Evans Weaver Vale
Nigel Evans Ribble Valley
Kris Hopkins Keighley
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>>703202815
#935
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>>703203019
H. None of the above
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Op here..in car
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>>703203292
Aren't masonic cufflinks a bit conspicuous?
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>>703203292
Jaguar, Omega, Freemason, Richfag
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>>703194304
Any of you freemasons dabble in thelemic magick?
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>>703197813
Dubs for this
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>>703203538
It's not a secret that I'm a member. Had to declare it at work and I have no reason to hide it
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>>703203538

(Not OP here the french guy)
I had this feeling also, but you would be surprised that most of people don't ever notice such kind of things. I have a pin on my jacket and very few people noticed it (actually most of them were brothers, which is the purpose of it)
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>>703203656
Financiallycomfortablefag , not rich
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I'm a freemason too, about to do proficiency for MM degree. Really enjoy it so far, the MM degree though...Lots of memorization and the GMHA part was intense
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>>703203745
>>703203779
What do the freemasons actually do, aside from meeting up at lodges and donating to charity? Why are there so many rich masons? People looking for business allies?
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>>703204158
I love learning about the historic significance of the rituals, but I do struggle with the "word for word" memorisation
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>>703204182
Charity, personal growth, socialising. They're the three aspects that I enjoy....oh, and ruling the world of course.
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>>703204275
First two degrees were cake, this one is difficult for me, with work and family it's hard to find the time to memorize all those furthermores.
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Freemasons are faggots end of.
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>>703204182
Your question is one of the core of our initiation. What do we do in lodge is the secret, not much thing to fuss about, but nothing we can reveal directly. Most of our rituals are easy to find on the internet, but the real part of the initiation and the others degrees are to be discovered in the lodge.
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>>703204437
>personal growth
In what aspects?
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>>703194304
Why are zionist jews so obsessed with promoting pedophilia and third wave feminism?
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>>703204514
Become a better person, learn new skills, develop empathy for others, help others, all that spiritual shit really
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>>703194304
freemasons is for rednecks. When you grow older and wipe that secrecy varnish you face the fact that only lower middle class idiots enroll there.
I live now in Brazil and you should see the big fat specimens we have here. Of course they put stickers of masonry everywhere. On their car, their front door, their garden. Pic related.
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I've been asked to join before by a friend whose father is a member, and has been for many years. My grandfather was a mason, but not a very nice chap, and none of my family have ever been interested. My main barrier is wealth - I'm too much of a poorfag to join at the moment.

A few questions though -

1. Is younger membership a major issue? From what I've been told, the Masons are an aging and dying breed.

2. Is it really true you don't help each other out as it were? I don't mean getting people off major crimes, but I've seen a few dodgy things. Guy I know who's a member (a young-ish guy) got away with serious assault under unusual circumstances.

3. Assuming that is just coincidence and you're not all doing dodgy favours for each other, what are the main benefits to joining? Networking? Just a place you enjoy going?

4. I see you have to "believe in a devine being" to be a member. I'm not strictly an atheist - I believe in God but think he's an utter cunt and would never want to worship him. Would this cause a major issue? Does religion play much of a part or can you just say "yes, I believe in a God" and leave it at that?

5. Finally, just out of interest, what do you make of pic related? Masons lining the back of Jimmy Savile's funeral. Just another group hoodwinked by him? Or was/is there something dark going on there? Stupid question really, you'd never answer that truthfully if there was and you knew about it!
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>>703194304
Hello! I have speant a goog long while reading, and have traded some interesting sleight of hand secrets and the like for information that is not easily found on the Internet.

What is the significance of the cleave upon first meeting. Presumably after perfect points of enterence?

How does the lodge feel about people who already possess many of the landmarks, and honor obligations, but have never paid dues?
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>>703204442

(French) Yep that the difficult part. Ok brothers, I'm leaving now, hope to visit you or that you visit me one time.
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>>703204639
>all that spiritual shit really
Sounds like a cult
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>>703204616
Pls respond Op
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>>703194304
This is bullshit. I'm not a freemason and I bet I can answer any question you pose using the power of google. Go on, try and test whether I'd pass as a freemason.
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>>703205423
Post an example of someone getting away with a crime or similar due to them being a freemason.

Protip - Aside from rumour and conjecture, you can't.
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>>703205423
Nice try, you're obviously a freemason trying not to look like a freemason.
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>>703205423
A
There it is fam, watch a got on it?
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>>703204926
Youngest member in our lodge is 22, average age is probably 40. There is a major drive to find new, younger members
There probably is some underhand dealings, but they would only be between members and would be conducted outside of the lodge. Personally, I would not
Benefits for me are giving something back, helping others, and the social aspect. I don't have a wide circle of friends outside of masonry.
Religion is not discussed in lodge...ever. You just have to believe in a supreme power
The whole Saville thing was not known about to the wider brethren, I doubt it was known about to anyone within masonry. He may well have had Masonic friends and it is traditional to wear your jewels and aprons for any funeral
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>>703204926
Youngest member in our lodge is 22, average age is probably 40. There is a major drive to find new, younger members
There probably is some underhand dealings, but they would only be between members and would be conducted outside of the lodge. Personally, I would not
Benefits for me are giving something back, helping others, and the social aspect. I don't have a wide circle of friends outside of masonry.
Religion is not discussed in lodge...ever. You just have to believe in a supreme power
The whole Saville thing was not known about to the wider brethren, I doubt it was known about to anyone within masonry. He may well have had Masonic friends and it is traditional to wear your jewels and aprons for a funeral
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>>703205773
Can you find any of my pictures on Google?
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>>703205773
B
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>>703194304
Who is Boaz?
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>>703205786
Thanks for the answers.

Would it also be fair to say that the "secrets" are just things you learn to identify yourself as a Mason, and would be meaningless to any non-Mason?

As a (non-perfect) example - it's like learning Bible verse to identify yourself as a Christian. It doesn't *mean* anything to non-Christians, but is a way to share knowledge and feelings with fellow Christians? Correct?

Basically what I'm saying is - you lean Masonic methods and verse, but it's not like some super-secret thing that would mean anything to a non-Mason, like "there really are giant lizards ruling the world!" or other such shit.

Does that make sense?
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>>703206030
Don't ask me things you can easily find on google.
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can you suck a golf ball through a garden hose?
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>>703206026
Oh really?
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>>703206129
That makes perfect sense, and you're pretty accurate with your analogy.
Without secrets, it would lose some of the mystery and that makes it special.
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Why aren't atheists and agnostics allowed to be freemasons?
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>>703206302
What's the difference between freemasonry and illuminati?
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>>703206538
There has to be a belief in the grand architect of the universe. A lot of rituals and ceremonies revolve around this, so without that belief the rituals would be nonsensical.
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>>703206560
None whatsoever
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>>703194304
Have you found that that has been lost?
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Imagine that i want to join the freemasons. How does one find a lodge?
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>>703206920
Google mother fucker
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>>703206920
Google the grand lodge website for your state/province they will have a directory. Not OP btw
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>>703194304
Do you fuck little boys in secret orgies? And why is the answer yes?
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Why are so many freemasons wealthy businessmen or politicians?
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>>703205009
Answer ?
Btw I am in the process of joining. Mailing my petition around for references.
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>>703199693

I thought only other masons and how masons signal each other were only to be kept secret....thats what my mate said who is a mason..
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>>703201141
I have this book....its got loads of random.shit in it...
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I'm from Argentina, any thoughts about my President, Mauricio Macri?
He's a vile piece of shit and also a freemason, I want to see if you can name anything good about your pal
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>>703206170
I want the Freemason explanation you twat
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