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An Introductory Discourse on the Ancient Free Moorish Rite of Freemasonry English 

An Introductory Discourse on the Ancient Free Moorish Rite of Freemasonry

Ancient Moors (not necessarily so called at the time) originated a system of salvation which other cultures throughout the world freely emulated. Freemasonry was that system. It actually began in Africa and was then carried everywhere else, specific and custom-fit for each land and culture, teaching the people through the norms they could best understand and embrace.

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Italian Government Attempting Anti-Masonic Actions... Again English Featured 

Italian Government Attempting Anti-Masonic Actions… Again

In recent weeks, there has been an increasing concern across Europe within the fraternity about anti-Masonic government activity in Italy. The Italians keep at it by abusing anti-Mafia laws against Freemasonry, in much the same way RICO laws in the U.S. designed to fight organized crime get contorted and exploited to prevent anti-abortion protesters from marching in front of Planned Parenthood clinics. This kind of institutionalized anti-Masonry has briefly succeeded before in Italy after the P2 scandal in the 1980s, and in England under then-Home Secretary Jack Straw.

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Freemasonry in Movies - Masonic Symbols in Holywood English Featured 

Freemasonry in Movies – Masonic Symbols in Holywood

Every now and then when we are watching a movie or a TV show, we come across symbols or circumstances that are Masonic in nature. Sometimes these details appear so fast or are so faint that most people don’t even notice. On this page, Juan Sepulveda will share with you some of those instances where he has been pleasantly surprised by a familiar symbol.

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Masonic Etiquette In the New Millennium English 

Masonic Etiquette In the New Millennium

In a few words, Masonic Etiquette is a code of recommended rules and suggestions; however, we have to understand that these rules and suggestions are not laws, such as the Grand Lodges regulations, or Edicts of the Grand Master. It is good to apply Masonic Etiquette in the Masonic life, maybe much more in the profane one, in order to honor the Order, because the Mason, especially outside the Lodge, is the mirror of the Masonic Fraternity.

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