Does anyone have questions about Freemasonry?
I have several hubs that I am starting, but being new here and knowing a lot of the beliefs that some people have about Freemasonry - I would like to know if anyone has specific questions they would like answered?
How does one become a freemason? What are the benefits of becoming a freemason (i.e. what does one learn)?
Usually a mason has to make you an apprentice. But you first must have show some level of 'brightness' or 'virtue.' Don't be a mason. Its just full of arrogant people who really know NOTHING about ANYTHING, who get unmerited favors in business.
I know a lot of Masons. There are some that are arrogant and some that are great people. Overall, they are people striving to better themselves as well as their communities. To generalize a group would be prejudiced. Will write something on this.
I thought it was all secretive? That only the Freemason's are to know.
If that were the case, you would have no idea what he's talking about
@ Interest..... He asked for questions, I gave him one.
Masons hold secrets. But Masonry itself is no secret. They are open about their membership..
There are very few things that are secret in Freemasonry. That is why the buildings are marked and it is generally in the paper what is going on. The wording in the lessons, certain gestures, and ways of ID'ing other Masons is about all secret
Was Benjamin Banneker, the African who laid out the city plans for Washington DC a Freemason?
Probably. To B or not to B? Look up 'ben ben' its egyptian.
To my knowledge he was not. If Benjamin Banneker was then he most likely was a Prince Hall Mason. A very interesting individual from what I have read so far though.
I'm happy to help.
(1) Why are some people paranoid about Freemasons trying to rule the world, particularly conspiracy theorists who write about the "New World Order," UFOs, and other fringe topics?
(2) Can females become Freemasons, and if no, why not?
(3) Can atheists become Freemasons, and if no, why not?
(4) Can being a Freemason help you secure employment, admission to selective colleges, a better interest rate on a loan, etc? Does it offer any material benefits?
1. Because most of the B.S. is has truth in it, in order to get them to take the bait.
2. Not the way males can. Females... when you get into the higher degrees, females have no 'spirit.' Like the moon, they can only reflect the Light of the man..
I appreciate the questions I will write on all of those in a small hub: just answers would be:
1: I only have opinions and will share
4: Not directly or purposefully
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