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Historic double joint Raising in Kansas English Featured 

Historic double joint Raising in Kansas

On November 19, 2016, the two masonic Grand Lodges of Kansas came together for a historic double (or joint) Raising. The Most Worshipful Prince Hall Grand Lodge F. & A.M. and the Most Worshipful Grand Lodge A.F. & A.M conferred the Master Mason degree upon two Fellow Crafts before a packed lodge room of over two hundred properly clad Master Masons from both Grand Lodges.

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From The Quarry to The Temple English 

From The Quarry to The Temple

Have you ever thought that every amazing stone sculpture in the world was once a rough stone? Think of that for a second. The origin of every precious sculpture was an ordinary object that many would have ignored in its original state. However, someone had a vision and took the time to work diligently to free that sculpture from the confine of the superfluities that surrounded it.

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Secret Handshakes and Rolled-up Trouser Legs: The Secrets of Freemasonry - Fact and Fiction English 

Secret Handshakes and Rolled-up Trouser Legs: The Secrets of Freemasonry – Fact and Fiction

If you really want the truth behind all the myths and misconceptions about Freemasonry this book is for you. Secret Handshakes and Rolled-up Trouser Legs takes its title from the fact that the few things that most non-Masons are able to say about Freemasonry are that it is a secret society, whose members attend meetings where they wear aprons, identify each other by secret handshakes and roll-up their trouser legs.

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There is no World Government English Featured 

There is no World Government

At the end of last month, Radu Bălănescu, Executive Secretary of the World Conference of Regular Grand Lodges, granted an interview. One of the first questions was regarding the rare interviews given by him. He said that he does not like in any way extremely common occurrences and that discretion does not mean anything secret, it means common sense, informs the Masonic Agency.

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