Category archive: Freemasons

Scouts and Freemasonry

Lord Robert Stephenson Smith Baden-Powell, Baron Baden-Powell I Gilwell (London, UK, February 22, 1857 – Nyeri, Kenya, January 8, 1941) was an actor, painter, musician, military, sculptor and writer British. Founder of Scouting, participated in various military campaigns in Africa, in which he emphasized and achieved great popularity among the British population, especially for his…

The Magic of Weiss

Harry Houdini was born in Budapest on March 24, 1874 and his real name was Ehrich Weiss. It became very famous for his work out escapism after being chained in boxes with water, and to unnerve the entire audience for his excellent work. Houdini was initiated into Freemasonry on St. Cecilia Lodge No. 568 of…

Manly Palmer Hall

Manly Palmer Hall (March 18, 1901 – 29 August 1990) was a Canadian author on the occult, mythology and religion. His best known work is The Secret Teachings of All Ages: An Encyclopedic Outline of Masonic, Hermetic, and Rosicrucian Symbolical Philosophy Qabbalistic It is claimed that Hall was made ​​a knight patron of the Masonic…

What is the Brotherhood?

The fellowship term may refer to the relationship of brotherhood which designates the relationship between brothers and, by extension, to any intimate relationship of friendship and trust of both A disciple of Confucius told him ruefully: All men have brothers. I just have not. Confucius replied: You must look at all the men who inhabit the…

Jacques and his Organization

Jacques de Molay (French: [də mɔlɛ]; c. 1243 – 18 March 1314) was the 23rd and last Grand Master of the Knights Templar, leading the Order from 20 April 1292 until it was dissolved by order of Pope Clement V in 1307. Though little is known of his actual life and deeds except for his…

Frédéric and the Liberty

Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi ( Colmar, August 2, 1834 – Paris, October 4, 1904 ) , also known by the nickname of Amilcar Hasenfratz , was an Alsatian sculptor , best known for being the author of the famous Statue of Liberty , a gift from France to the United States, which is located at the…

Answer of the 10 questions of everyone who wants to initiate in Freemasonry

  1.- What is Freemasonry? It is one of the oldest initiatory societies worldwide. Esoterically, instills its teachings to its members through Symbolism, practiced throughout the ceremony. Exoterically is a great partnership, supported by moral principles that makes people free and good, useful and helpful to your family, your community, your nation and the world…

Who is the Apprentice Mason ?

Apprentice Mason could consider as being characterized by opening your mind and by the intensity of his desire to progress, which leads intelligent, diligent, persistent, active, relentless and permanently. It may also be understood as one that seeks to cultivate and harvest Virtue and Truth in each of his steps, regardless of age or conditions….

Walt Disney And The Freemasonry

Walter Elias Disney, better know as Walt Disney (1901-1966), American business magnate, cartoonist,filmmaker, philanthropist, and voice actor. As a prominent figure within the American animation industry and co-founder of the famous company “The Walt Disney Company” and creator of animated characters with large media, such as acceptance: Mickey Mouse, Pluto, Goofy, Donald Duck and animated…

What is and is not Freemasonry

What is and is not and Freemasonry Masonic method itself can be summarized in the following thirty-three points, according to the Grand Lodge Symbolic of Spain (and most Masonic powers): Initiation is not timely and temporary phenomenon, its a process, that can be represented in a ceremony. The initiation is not given, is raised. Initiation…

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