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King Solomon’s temple is one of the most famous temples in human’s history. This was the first temple which was known as God’s royal palace and Israel’s center of worship. Therefore, it has significance and it is a symbol of holiness and royalty too in today’s world. Though most people know it was constructed under Solomon and it was the Holy Temple particularly in ancient Jerusalem, there are some other interesting facts which are latent…

No, Freemasons aren’t the same as the Illuminati. People often associate Freemasonry with Illuminati due to their secretive world, but in reality, the roots and rituals of this society are utterly different than Illuminati. Freemasonry has its roots in medieval trade guilds. Unfortunately, due to the secret nature of this society, its reputation has not always been positive. They have lodges, secret handshakes, specific beliefs, social associations, code words and symbols that make a common…

Freemasons are considered as the global elite who control the world. Most people think that this society is all about power, money, masked-parties, and world domination. However, the reality is different. In reality, Freemasons are the target of this conspiracy theory mainly because for promoting anti-Christian ideology. According to one Master Mason, ‘Bankers control the world, not us.’ And, it is 100% true. The things that make them a hot topic for conspiracy theorists are…

How do Freemasons greet each other? This is one of the most searched questions about Freemasonry, as this organization has a long, secretive history. It doesn’t give its secret codes and language easily, which perplexes a common person and makes him speculate about this superstructure even more. Yes, they have been portrayed as a secret society, which has a great influence on almost all the governments, but the reality is different. It is not a…

Why do Freemasons wear aprons? Freemasons wear an apron with pride. It is a symbol which connects them with centuries-old stonemasons. In the middle ages, they wore the traditional, leather apron to carry their tools. In Freemasonry, an apron is an emblem of innocence and the badge of honor. When the Fraternity was first established in the 1700s in England, its founders were looking for actual traditions and rituals that can associate them with the…

Are Freemasons tax exempt? This question often revolves around the mind of new candidates, as the term ‘Masonic Tax’ is often discussed in the media. Today, we will try to explain everything regarding how this entire society works and whether its members are tax exempt… So, keep on reading. The simple answer is; ‘It Depends’. It depends on the country, it depends on the region, and it depends on the government as well. Freemasons and…

Freemasonry isn’t a worldwide organization. There are many places where Freemasonry is banned due to its concept and clash with different aspects of religions. For that reason, if you are planning to reside in some country, it is better to make sure Freemasonry is legal in it. Even some governments in the world see Freemasonry as a direct threat, and it is particularly because of its secret nature and international connections. For a great piece…

Yes, you can become a Knights Templar today. It exists as one of the top rankings Masonic organization in Freemasonry. Though you must require membership and show that you share a common understanding of modern Templar. Becoming a Knights Templar isn’t a complicated issue at all. It is indeed a unique and exceptional way to transform your life. You comprehend the purpose of your life and take a firm stand for what is right for…

How were the Knights Templar formed? Knights Templar, also known as Poor Fellow-Soldiers of The Christ and of the Temple of Solomon, were actually a Catholic military order. They were highly-trained, well-equipped, and highly motivated. It was their aim to carry out important missions and protect those pilgrims who visit the holy land. Order of the Knights Templar was formed by Hugh de Payens in Jerusalem, around 1119, but officially recognized in 1139 by the…

We know, most experts claim that the Freemasonry started in 1717, but our research shows us its roots are much deeper than our imagination. Its principles and knowledge were practiced under other names from ancient Babylon down to the present-day Masonic Order. In reality, no one knows the original starting date of Masonry. Its actual origin has been lost in time. No one knows with certainty how and when it was formed. Historians assume it…

How much does it cost to become a Freemason? The cost of becoming a Freemason varies from lodge to lodge. There is no single answer to this question. However, contrary to popular belief, you do not need to be rich to join Freemasonry as the membership fees are relatively low. There are two main costs of joining Freemasonry: Annual Dues –  $80 Degrees Cost – $300 (Please note these are just average estimations) The $100…

What are rhe 3 main degrees of Freemasonry? In Freemasonry, degrees define the status of Freemasons. In lodges, they are like steps through which a person ascends from a lower to a higher condition of knowledge. However, if you are a new candidate, it won’t be so straightforward to acquire them. The degree system of Freemasonry often appears confusing to the non-mason. When the Craft spread in different parts of Europe, it evolved into multi-grade…

When & how did King Solomon die? King Solomon is one of the most prominent figures of history. He was arguably the second son of King David and Bathsheba and appointed as Ling at the young age of 12. Some historians claim that Solomon was actually the 17th of 19 sons of David, not the second. Therefore, his chances of succeeding his father as king were so less. It was indeed impossible. However, with the…

In order to become a Shriner, it is first imperative to become a Freemason. Since the Shrine is an organization that requires a Masonic Lodge membership. This is, in reality, a fraternity that grew out of Freemasonry over a century ago. Recent statistics reveal that there are over 411,000 Shriners worldwide who attend their local temples with their main headquarter is in Tampa, Florida. Just in the United States alone, there are around 195 temples…

Every now and again, we come across a question that just seems out of place, but truth be told; since Freemasonry is a mystery to many, I can’t blame anyone for asking questions such as this. Was Hitler a Freemason? No – Hitler was not a Freemason. In fact; Hitler tried to eradicate Freemasonry from Nazi Germany. He even specifically mentioned Freemasonry (by name) as a threat to the Nazi vision of Europe in one…

Freemasonry is a blueprint for living to your full potential. Currently, it has over 6 million members worldwide who share the belief of fatherhood of God and the brotherhood of mankind. When it comes to the secret societies, Freemasonry emerges in mind. However, according to Margaret Jacob, the UCLA history professor, this common belief isn’t correct. It is indeed not a religion either. Freemasonry is all about uniting men of good character, even if they…

Freemasonry is perhaps the most famous secretive society which has been wrapped in a mysterious aura for centuries. To many, Freemasons are the only members of a secretive group which holds its meetings in secrecy. Nothing can be farther from the truth, as secret societies have existed since the dawn of history and are as old as mankind itself. Secret societies have been instrumental in several events in human history and due to the cloak…

Freemasons use many terms and symbols, and if one is reading about Freemasonry he will certainly come across the term “Masonic Lodge”. But what is a Masonic lodge? This term refers to the place where Freemasons meet, but also to the members of Freemasonry who meet in that place, and between Masonic lodges all around the world, there is a relationship based on recognition and fraternity. The term Masonic Lodge refers to the place where Masons…

Despite the numerous conspiracy theories (myths) about the danger posed by Freemasons to society, history is full of often overlooked major and minor contributions of Freemasons to mankind. Over the course of centuries, the Masonic Brotherhood has included millions of members who’ve gone to serve various causes in their country/nation. Free-masonic contributions to architecture are well known as the buildings designed or build by masons include some of the most well-known landmarks in the world.…

Freemasons have been the subject of many conspiracy theories and are considered one of the most secretive organizations in the world. Although, Freemasons themselves refute all these charges and say that their activities, insignia, Masonic lodges, and all other symbols are open to public scrutinization and as such they can no longer be considered a secret society as no organization which claims to be a secretive one will open itself to outside inspection. But, are…

Freemasonry in its modern form has existed since the 18th century, although the origins of this mysterious organization are shrouded in secrecy and much has been speculated about the origins of Freemasonry. In this article, we’ll discuss this in detail the origins of Freemasonry by throwing light on several well-known and little-known facts. See: Masonic Conspiracy Busted With The Truth History of Freemasonry since the establishment of several lodges in England and continental Europe is…

The Ark of the Covenant has been a mysterious and prized item which has found mention in Old Testament and has acquired different meaning over last few millennia. The Ark of the Covenant is one of the few items which has found a mention in the Hebrew Bible and it’s even more special because everything about it has been mentioned in vivid detail. So, in this article, we will discuss The Ark of The Covenant…

Anyone who has studied the history of Freemasonry has surely come across a man by the name of Hiram Abiff – who was Hiram Abiff? Hiram Abiff is regarded by many as the “first Freemason” (not actually called that at that time) in the history who initially inspired the secret organization which we today know as Freemasonry. Freemasons and others claim that Hiram Abiff was the chief architect or mason who was employed by King…

Greetings brethren, today, the 15th of April 2018, marks the 5th Anniversary since the “birth” of the MasonicFind website and brand. This post will be quick, but we want to document the progress we have made with you all since you were all a part of this journey we have going on here. The Beginnings… The first launch of the MasonicFind website looked like this: The idea came when one Brother (we’re three now running…

How do I become a Freemason? This is a question we get asked often on our website and on our social media pages so we’ve finally decided to write a simple guide about this and detail the step-by-step process of how to join the Freemasons – a Craft dating back hundreds of years where Kings and Presidents were also proud members. I’m also happy to see that so many people from all over the world…

Freemasonry, sadly enough, is seen as an “old person’s game”. Youngsters are said to be turning their back on Freemasonry because it’s seen as something their grandpa and retired uncle would do. This is far from the truth. Freemasonry is alive and well and boasts a growing number of youngsters. The problem facing Freemasonry is that Masonic Lodges, are failing in getting themselves set up online and ready to attract new youngster (who tend to…

Freemasonry is a complicated matter for some people. The general population mostly comes to know of Freemasonry mostly through media, which, can be skewed in many different ways, to say the least. From high ranking, masonic US presidents, to murderous conspiracy theories (not to mention the many hundreds of years of history) has left its toll and people are turning to Google (as with most things) for answers to their questions about Freemasonry. This website…

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Freemasonry is a social order which accepts members from all tribes, religions, creeds and social status. The teachings are basically founded on the principles of truth and love for each other, which backs the rule that you should treat others as you would like them to treat you. Most people believe that most US presidents were Freemasons. However; only 15 of them were actual freemasons. George Washington George Washington was president from 1789 to 1797. At 20 years in…

Brethren, today we’re going to be discussing a very controversial topic that I know many people have strong views against/for. Today we are discussing; homosexuality in Freemasonry. You are welcome (and encouraged) to add your views (for or against) but please; let’s keep it civil. The number of openly homosexual people is growing. This is not because more people are homosexual today than before, but because, even though homosexuals are still not widely accepted, homosexuality is…