Breadcrumbs Freemasonry in Israel

What is Freemasonry?

Freemasonry is the world's oldest universal fraternity, which believes in the brotherhood of man under the Fatherhood of G-d. Freemasonry strives to achieve moral improvement, family values, civic betterment, freedom of thought, and tolerance. Freemasons around the world volunteer and contribute to medical research, hospitals, homes for the elderly, scholarships, and many other charitable causes.

Simply put, Freemasons believe that it is important to be a good person, and that good persons should encourage each other to become better persons, and then, regardless of economic resources, work together benevolently to help in the community. Based on these strong foundations of morality and conscience, it is not surprising that Freemasonry is the world's largest philanthropic institution, seeking to provide relief for suffering humanity.

Freemasonry is a fraternity, absolutely not a secret society. As such, it is open for membership applications and has modes of recognition. Freemasonry is definitely not a religious cult or political group; Freemasons do never discuss religion or politics. Yet, membership strictly requires belief in G-d. Furthermore, Freemasons are expected to be model citizens, faithful followers of their respective religions, and loyal patriots of their respective countries. ... • More »


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Lodge of the Holy Land #50

Lodge of the Holy Land #50 - International Membership

The Lodge of the Holy Land #50 was created in order to enable Brethren from all over the world, living outside Israel, to affiliate to an Israeli Lodge in the Holy Land and feel part of Israeli Freemasonry. Membership is open to all Master Masons in good standing belonging to a Lodge under the jurisdiction of a Grand Lodge, with which the GL of the State of Israel maintains fraternal relations (that includes all US and Canadian GLs). ... • More »


Temples at Jerusalem

Temples at Jerusalem - Study

David decided to enthrone his youngest son, Solomon, just before he died. Whilst on his deathbed, David extracted an undertaking from Solomon that he would preserve the former's vision of a new Jerusalem and that it would be completed unaltered. Besides being aesthetically gifted, Solomon was without doubt a most able administrator. It seems to be generally agreed that his annual personal income was about 23 tons of pure gold. ... • More »


What Is Kabbalah?

What Is Kabbalah?

Kabbalah: That which is received. That which cannot be known through science or intellectual pursuit alone. An inner knowledge that has been passed down from sage to student from the earliest of times. A discipline that awakens awareness of the essence of things. We enter this world and our senses meet its outer crust. ... But we ourselves, our consciousness that is examining this world, we reside on a deeper layer. ... • More »


Masonic Music CD

Masonic Music CD - On-line, Interactive

On-line, interactive version of the CD, "AASR Ritual Music" of the Swiss Composer, Andreas Pflüger. The individual music clips, which were originally composed for the Scottish Rite, may be used for various Masonic ceremonial parts. The music tracks of the CD were digitally ripped as WMA files, using 16 kbps for optimal sound quality and file size. May be downloaded for private, internal Masonic Lodge listening only. ... • More »


Half New Israeli Sheqel

Traditional Masonic Wages

The traditional Masonic Wages are mentioned in the Mark Master's Degree of the York Rite. According to the legend, the wages of a Master Mason working in the construction of the Temple at Jerusalem were half a Sheqel. The legend does not mention the duration of labor, for which these wages provided a compensation. ... In Speculative Freemasonry, Masonic Wages are mentioned only symbolically. ... • More »

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