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What is Freemasonry?

Freemasonry is the oldest and largest fraternal order in the world and is active in virtually every free country. It is a society of friends and brothers and thus is limited to men of sound mind and good character who, in Belgium, have reached the age of twenty-one years. The Fraternity does not solicit members; a man must seek membership of his own free will and accord. The desire to become a Mason must come from within. Freemasonry is a fraternity of men who share a firm belief in the existence of a Supreme Being. The main qualification to joining the fraternity is that an applicant believes in a Supreme Being and a future existence.

Freemasonry is a fraternity of men of good principle and character, resulting in strong bonds of friendship between men of the same nature who might otherwise have remained strangers. It regards all men as equals and recognises no distinctions of rank or class.


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Every human is guided by an inner compass that points toward the Light, revealing truth and direction when facing decisions. Given many names by spiritual leaders and unexplainable by science, the Light is an invisible guide that many believe has led them to joy, success, and lives of Abundance. It communicates directly to every human, urging them to strive for goodness and forgo their natural selfishness


We Are Always Watching Out for You The human species is guarded and preserved by a coalition of its most elite members called the Illuminati. Since our origination, Illuminati members have guided Earth’s most dominant creature through periods of interpersonal chaos, environmental outbreaks, and other mass attacks that threaten humanity with extinction.


Money Is Not the Root Of All Evil, Money Is The Route To All Freedom In popular culture, a great amount of focus is placed on the Illuminati’s belief that money is not evil. Some view our encouragement of work and wealth as a promotion of selfishness – overlooking the true meaning of the Pyramid and its underlying messages that motivate our diligence.

Are Freemasons connected to the Illuminati?

In conspiracy circles, “Freemason” and “Illuminati” are often used interchangeably to refer to the “new world order”, the shadowy cabal of powerful figures who supposedly direct global affairs.

Beyond a shared interest in ritual and symbolism, however, there is no clear connection between freemasonry and the Illuminati, a short-lived order founded in 18th century Bavaria. The association of the two may have arisen because Illuminati recruited many members from Masonic lodges, Vox reports.

Although the order’s rules prohibit Freemasons from using their membership for personal or professional gain, their influence in the UK’s public institutions – particularly the justice system – has been questioned.

The suggestion that politicians, judges and police could be members of the secretive society has long raised concerns about transparency and nepotism.

Can women join?

For nearly 200 years, membership was restricted to men, but this changed in the early 20th century when the UK’s first female lodge opened in 1908. Women currently have two separate grand lodges: the Honourable Fraternity of Ancient Freemasons and the Order of Women Freemasons.

In 2018, the United Grand Lodge of England also issued a “gender reassignment policy”. This said that anyone wishing to join must be male, but that once they have been admitted they can remain a member if they become a woman.

A woman who has become a man can also apply, The Times reported. According to the newspaper, a senior judge looked into the legal implications of their membership policy before they relaxed the rules.

“As a single-sex association, lodges are exempt from sexual discrimination legislation on admissions criteria, but discrimination against members is a different issue,” says The Times.


Who are the most famous Freemasons?

According to Business Insider, 14 of the 45 US presidents have been Freemasons. These included the country’s first president, George Washington, as well as James Munroe, Andrew Jackson, Theodore Roosevelt, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Harry Truman and Gerald Ford.

Founding father Benjamin Franklin also graduated to grand master and edited and published the first book of American Masonry in 1734.

Britain has also had its fair share of masonic leaders, namely former prime ministers George Canning and Sir Winston Churchill. King Edward VII was also a well known Freemason.

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