How to join the Freemasonry and its benefits?

This is the question we daily receive on our community. To understand more clearly about the answer, we would like to start with the question “What is the Freemasonry?”.

It is true that Freemasonry is the oldest and largest fraternal organization in the world. It is a society of friends and brothers. The freemasonry organization doesn’t solicit members. If you desire to be a Freemason you have to inquire about membership of your own accord. Freemasonry shares a firm belief in a Supreme Being, principles, characters, as well as philosophy via symbolism. Masonic rights, duties, and privileges are the same for all members with-out distinction.

How to become a member of the Freemasonry?

For joining Freemasonry, you have to match these standards bellow:

  • You must be over 21 years old.
  • You must have the belief in a Supreme Being.
  • You don’t have any criminal record.

It depends on which part of the world you are applying , it’s probably the easiest way to begin the initiation process is to ask a Freemason you know, or contact your local Masonic Lodge. They will show you the instruction to become a Freemason.

Google map is a useful app to find a Masonic Lodge in your area. Open the app and type: Masonic Lodge. The Masonic Lodge in your area will be shown up. You will get the instructions for joining the Freemasonry by contacting them.

You can find their lodges and get their instructions online. That leads to the question “Can you join the Freemasonry online?”.

If you find out a website indicate that you need to pay online to become a Freemason, this website is actually a scam.

The Freemasonry is not a free society.

There is a small fees to become a Freemason, the cost depends on the rules of the Lodges. Although you don’t need to be rich, it’s impossible to join Freemasonry without money.

You will be encouraged to give to charities in Freemason. Some lodges can charge some additional fees after joining. For example, the cost of diner after meeting, traveling warrant, study guides, and heirloom volume of sacred law…

This is the reason why you should study more details before deciding to join a lodge.

Freemasonry won’t make you rich, powerful or famous.

It’s clear that the Freemasonry won’t make you richpowerful or famous. As we told above, the Freemasonry is the fraternal organization that requires you to spend money, not to help you earn money. Money and business are not the topics in Masonic Lodges.

What are the benefits of a Freemason, a member of the Freemasonry in more details?

There many benefits of becoming a Freemason, and we would like to share some of them.

  • Have a second family:

You will be a part of Fraternity society after becoming a Freemason. The respect you receive really blows you up.

  • Your brothers are all around the world:

The Freemasonry has around 6 million members spread into nearly every country. Everywhere you travel to, you can have a brother close by. You can visit any Lodges and join their meetings. It is very interesting to visit Masonic Lodges around the world and witness how they work and their degrees.

  • To be a part of something is bigger than you:

The Freemasonry existed long long time ago. It is the oldest and largest fraternal organization in the world. Join it and you will be part of a fraternity that has had Kings and Presidents in its ranks.

  • The Freemasonry is equal to all:

The Freemasonry regards all of its members as equals, unlikely other societies. Masonic rights, duties, and privileges are the same for all members with-out distinction; We meet upon the level.

  • The Freemasonry takes good men and make them better:

You will learn how to treat others better and how to live fair and square in Lodges. A man can be better by different ways, to be a Freemason is special thing.

  • Charity work

If you are a Freemason, you have to pay as your brothers. The fee is used for the costs of the Lodge and other charity activities. In reality, Freemasons donate millions for helping underprivileged children, disaster reliefs and much more.


This could be useful for everyone who wants to become a Freemason. You can feel difficult to be a Freemason. But it’s worth further.

The post shows up the brief information that can help you have a general point of joining the Freemasonry. Please spread this info to everyone who might may need.

Thank you very much for reading.

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    September 2, 2019

    Can i join to beome freemasonry

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    September 2, 2019

    Can i join to become a member freemasonry

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    September 3, 2019

    Thank you thank you so muchs for information about freemasonry member i love you so muchs i hope as soon as possible i join these organization freemasonry

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    Karl Joseph Demming
    September 3, 2019

    I very much would like to join the Brotherhood. I believe that I qualify with my belief structure, and want to become part of the fraternity. I live in Thailand, I am an Expat, needed a cheap place to retire! Can I still become a Brother? I was raised Roman Catholic, went to Catholic school, and believe in the supreme being, Jesus Christ and the Holy Mother of God. That’ll never change. Can I join on the internet? is there a Freemason Lodge in Thailand? (I’ve seen quite a few gentlemen sporting the emblems). I was turned on by a couple of friends that must be Brothers, sending me advertisements offering to purchase a Hat and Ring, but I stopped at the ring as I didn’t know if I would offend the Brotherhood, they also are Expats traveling and living abroad… we worked in Iraq and Afghanistan together… I am turning 65 in a few weeks… This membership would make me happy, knowing and being a part of something I honored and admired most of my life…

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    Kevin R Barnes
    September 7, 2019

    Looking forward to becoming a Mason

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