Ask a Freemason Questions and Answers Find a Lodge Near You
Ask A Mason Ask A Mason en Copyright 2017 2017-09-20T20:00:39-05:00 Is it possible that an interview take place indirectly? <p>I am a candidate and I contacted the Lodge in February. In July I received a letter to my address which was calling me for an survey. In one hand it was voluntarily to take part, in other hand they raised the importance of attending this survey. I accepted to attend. A person came to my place and started the interview. Some questions were exactly asking questions from candidates and the interviewer was looking very polite, alert and with wisdom. We were glad of the meeting and at the end and in goodbye time he told me; “Hope to see you next year” Was he a Freemason? Is it possible to interview by this method?</p> <p>Thanks. </p> 2017-09-20T20:00:39-05:00 Required belief in a Supreme Being <p>This page &lt;; says: “...are expressed outwardly through service to God, family, country, and self under the Fatherhood of God within…”</p> <p>Given the effectiveness of the Age of Enlightenment and the Scientific Revolution, is it still necessary to outwardly placate and pander to the “God” myths? Inwardly, is the Supreme Being view meant to reflect or resonate with the individual person’s psychic architecture? </p> 2017-09-19T14:06:31-05:00 A Letter To Future Freemasons <p>Dear Future Brothers,</p> <p>Do not let anyone or any other organization bring you down from joining the fraternity! My father and sister were firmly against me joining due to misconceptions and misinformation on what they believed Freemasonry to be. Thankfully, they did respect my decision to join, and I am thrilled that I became a Master Mason three years ago! After I was raised, I joined the Scottish Rite the following year! I am sure all the brothers on this website can say that we are all here for your support into the fraternity! This is a message of hope, brotherly love, tolerance, and peace for all the good men who want to better themselves, the community, and the world around them! </p> <p>Brothers, let us show our support to the newcomers by replying to this thread, and helping them out in any way we can! Feel free to email me for any questions or support! </p> 2016-02-04T14:33:31-05:00 Meeting <blockquote></blockquote><p>Is there a forum or gathering of brothers in Iraq? </p> 2017-08-26T17:47:05-05:00 Why do we start a perambulation with our Left Foot? <p>Why do we start the perambulation with our left foot. I have been asking this question for quite sometime but never got or found any answer.</p> <p>In Hindu culture, when we enter a Temple we always step of with our right foot so I am not sure if there are any religious significance to this? </p> 2017-08-30T10:02:42-05:00 Need Help With Question On Rituals <p>I recently saw something that mentioned the difference between the Preston-Webb style ritual and the Emulation style. In a nutshell can someone explain the differences as far as possible in an open forum. </p> 2017-08-24T08:57:39-05:00 How to become a Freemason in Kenya <p>Hi everyone,i jus join this awesome forum..i indeed hav a question..I went to the District Grand Lodge of East Africa here in Nairobi and they told me i need to be invited by a member!is there any mason here who’s from Nairobi who can help me get initiated into this phenomenal brotherhood,PLIIIIZ!! </p> 2011-03-08T11:23:38-05:00 Blue Lodge vs Red Lodge <p>I recently visited a Lodge in New Orleans LA. Very interesting and a bit different.</p> <p>I still am not sure about their Explanation. Apparently in the 16th District in LA the 10 Lodges are Red Lodges. They are still Masonic, still regular but it has something to do with Scottish Rite Masonry and York Rite Masonry.</p> <p>I was wondering if anyone could more clearly clarify this.</p> <p>Thanks</p> <p>William Lessard<br /> Ezekiel Bates Lodge<br /> Attleboro MA </p> 2017-08-02T07:05:37-05:00 im now in west bank <p>hi how i can joun with masonic brother <br /> here in west bank brother </p> 2017-07-20T05:14:28-05:00 Question regarding the Widows Sons MRA <p>Good evening brethren. I have a question. I am a motorcycle ride, belonging to my local HOG chapter (I ride a 2002 HD Road King Classic). I am also a freemason (clearly indicated below). I was recently pointed towards the Widows Sons riding club.<br /> Now, I was ALSO told that the GL of MA essentially outlawed this association in 2013. To date, per the research I have gone through, they have not expelled a single member who belongs.<br /> The question I have is, has that edict been lifted? I am asking here because I know that there are several prominent members here who are in MA. <br /> There are several chapters in this state, and at least two appear active. I am just curious if anyone knows what the current state is, or whether this edict was issued snd simply not being enforced.<br /> I am asking because I am torn. I would LOVE to ride with my brothers, but dont want to lose my fraternity.<br /> Thank you for any information </p> 2017-05-06T21:38:08-05:00

© 2007 - 2011 The Grand Lodge of Masons in Massachusetts.

Page rendered in 2.3642 seconds.