“When man reaches new worlds, Masonry will be there!”
Those were the comments made by Buzz Aldrin – the second man ever to step on the moon – in a 1969 interview with The New Age magazine.
Is Buzz Aldrin a Freemason?
Yes, astronaut Buzz Aldrin is a Freemason.
He was initiated into Freemasonry at Oak Park Lodge No. 864 in Alabama and raised at Lawrence N. Greenleaf Lodge, No. 169 in Colorado.
He is also a member of the York Rite and Arabia Shrine Temple of Houston.
The Masonic Flag That Went To The Moon
Knowing that Buzz Aldrin would be taking part in the Apollo 11 mission, The Masonic Supreme Council thought it would be a good idea to send him with something “Masonic” on his mission to the Moon- and they did!
What did they send?
They sent the now infamous (and cause of many masonic moon-landing conspiracies)…
The Masonic Supreme Council Flag
We found a great video published on the Scottish Rite of Freemasonry website that reveals how Freemasonry landed on the moon.
To find out more about this unbelievable story, you can see the video here:
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1 thought on “Is Buzz Aldrin A Freemason? (The Masonic Flag On The Moon)”
I believe that all developments and emancipation of mankind originate from the Lodges of Freemasonry. The debate for all pioneer projects start there and the brothers endeavour to bring these ideas to fruition. The words of Buzz Aldrin that ” when man reaches new world, Freemasonry will be there ” are pregnant with meanings in the sense that Freemasonry was behind the project.