The gateway to becoming a Shriner is to become a Freemason first. The Shrine serves as an organization requiring a certain membership of the Masonic Lodge, which is actually an organization that branched out of Freemasonry more than 100 years ago. According to a recent survey, the data collected reported that today; there are over 411,000 Shriners universally
York Rite Freemasonry- a brief introduction One of the many appending structures of the Freemasonry is York Rite. It is known as a set of manifold Masonic bodies that had the ability to work alone in the early years. In today’s world, it directs its understanding to three highly accommodating groups that bestow to 10 degrees in the
Why is the need felt by Freemasons to wear aprons? Wearing an apron is a symbol of delight for Freemasons. It is an act that links them with the historical stonemasons. In the middle ages, stonemasons wore a leather apron to carry the tools of their work. In the beliefs of Freemasonry, an apron is a sign of
Some records show that, Freemasonry entered Russia in 1731. The English constitution book of the year 1738 states that Captain John Phillips served as the Provincial Grand Master and General Brother J Keith acted as his successor in the office, in 1741. Although the second one served as the leader of the Lodge in Saint Petersburg, during the
A couple of weeks ago, an article was published which detailed the history of Freemasonry in Russia. Today, we are giving you a profound understanding into the history of Freemasonry in the North America. In this guide, we will discuss the following points: What is Freemasonry? When (& how) did Freemasonry come in North America Who were the “founding
Crusaders in Western Latin proudly built fortresses and castles in the Middle Ages, and they exist to this day. One of these castles and fortresses is still in use today. Krak des Chevaliers is an iconic crusader castle and has also been used as a military base in recent Syrian clashes. However, there are many unexplored mysteries behind
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