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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…

Greetings brethren, I just came across a video on YouTube on the UGLE’s (United Grand Lodge Of England) channel and I just had to share it with you. It’s really a heart-warming short film about the lives of random Freemasons in the UK. It takes a close look at the lives, families, traditions and many charities and events being run by our UK brothers. Again, I have to say it’s super awesome and you should really take…

With thousands of members in many countries across the world, the Order of the Eastern Star is the largest fraternity in the whole world where both men and women can be members. See our article about women in Freemasonry here.  Following is a brief article about the origins of the Order of the Eastern Star, taking a look at its founders and how it started, and also the similarities and differences between Freemasonry and the Eastern…

There are many myths and “theories” about Freemasonry, and sometimes it may be hard to distinguish between the myths and the actual facts. Rumors throughout the many years of Freemasonry has brought about many wrong information, misguided accusations and all around “illiteracy” about the craft. That is why today we’d like to share some very interesting (and truthful) facts about Freemasonry. Some may come as a total surprise and some you may already know but nonetheless,…

Often perceived as a secret society, Freemasonry has been persecuted, banned and suppressed in many countries throughout history. Wanting full and total control, Nazi Germany definitely had no place for Freemasonry and tried its very best to eliminate it. Freemasonry in Nazi Germany was persecuted, not only in Germany itself but also in conquered countries. As soon as Adolf Hitler came to power and started devising the ideal state, he began trying to eradicate Freemasonry…

The Prince Hall Fraternity has over 4,500 lodges all around the world and has hundreds of thousands of members. It was Prince Hall Masonry that opened the doors to Freemasonry for African Americans, even though it was not an easy task. Following is a brief history of Prince Hall African American Masonry and its infamous founder. Who Was Prince Hall? Even though it is not quite clear where he was born, Prince Hall lived in…