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Saturday, May 12, 2007
Freemasons and the Civil War:
A House Divided
"My father had been a soldier in the Union Army . . . He was made a Mason in a military Lodge. Taken prisoner at Arkansas Post, he was carried up the Mississippi River to Rock Island, Illinois. My father became desperately ill, and made himself known as a Mason to an officer of the camp. The officer took him to his own home and nursed him back to life.
"When the war ended, he loaned Father money to pay his way back to his Texas home, and gave him a pearl-handled pistol to protect himself. This
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Wednesday, April 18, 2007
They Want To Earn It
Timothy Bonney, MPS, from his web-site Freemasonry Resources;
I have been a Master Mason for just three short years. I turned 40 this year, and by all demographics, can still be considered a younger Freemason.
No one seemed to have ever asked any younger Masons if easier Freemasonry is what they really want!
During the time I have have been a Freemason I have been told by many older experienced Freemasons that we have to make it easier for young guys to join. I've been told that the decline
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Tuesday, April 17, 2007
It Doesn't Have to Be Like This
"...Freemasonry in the eighteenth century was a radical movement, often standing against abuses of power on the part of the Establishment. Its development and growth were a vital part of the Age of Enlightenment."
Try this and see how it fits. Freemasons belong to an organisation which ought to be dedicated to self-knowledge, the nature of being, love, tolerance, the brotherhood of man, liberty of conscience and, yes, perhaps a brush with the Deity on the way. But we have become bogged down
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