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    How many Masons are here?

    I was raised this past fall and have been curious how many brothers were around.





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    One here

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    There is a PM here also, Glad to have you "Brother"

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    One here as well, with my father as a Past Master also.

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    I walked away from that 9 years ago. The older men above 70 years of age were really nice. The quality of new people was really sad. In my area it just seemed pointless for me. It was an experience though,I have no regrets.

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    So how much of the movie National Treasure could be true?

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    What exactly is it? I have always been curious and I like belonging to groups of people like kiwanis club, or lions club. Is it something like that? How do I find more information?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HITCH KING View Post
    So how much of the movie National Tresure could be true?
    What's secret, is secret. LOL.

    We got a new boss and then Sr V.P. , who promoted only people of his religion, who are very very anti-Mason. I heard him say many many times that if anyone knew of any person who was a mason, to let him know and they would be fired immediately. His religion still has a strong thing about Masons. He was quite serious about it and still is.

    We started a pool for anyone who would walk into a meeting with him, and have their hand on top of the conference table wearing a Masonic ring. No one would ever do it.

    An old dictate (of this religion) required all Masons to be put to death. It is still an open dictate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Avenger View Post
    What exactly is it? I have always been curious and I like belonging to groups of people like kiwanis club, or lions club. Is it something like that? How do I find more information?
    Find one in your area and ask if his Lodge has an open house night.I am not being secretive or short with you but that is just the best way to get your questions answered.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eagleks View Post
    What's secret, is secret. LOL.

    We got a new boss and then Sr V.P. , who promoted only people of his religion, who are very very anti-Mason. I heard him say many many times that if anyone knew of any person who was a mason, to let him know and they would be fired immediately. His religion still has a strong thing about Masons. He was quite serious about it and still is.

    We started a pool for anyone who would walk into a meeting with him, and have their hand on top of the conference table wearing a Masonic ring. No one would ever do it.

    An old Papal dictate required all Masons to be put to death. It is still an open dictate.

    On the other side, I had a boss that would hire/promote ONLY Masons. Great group of employees - honest to the core, and that's rare in defence work.

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