How do you become a Freemason?

How do you become a Freemason?

How do you become a Freemason?

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We often get emails about how to join Freemasonry, and our answers are always the same. We thought it would be good to create a post about it to help anyone who is struggling with finding information about joining. 




  • Be a male Females are unable to become a Freemason
  • Be over 21 (18 in some jurisdictions)
  • Believe in a supreme being Any religion is okay, but you must believe in some sort of supreme being. Atheists cannot become Freemasons


 So you meet all of these requirements? Read on 

First make contact with a Freemason or the Lodge -

  • Do you know anyone who is a Freemason ? “To Be One Ask One” If you know someone who is a Freemason, you can reach out to them and express interest in applying to become one. You can look for signs to tell if someone you know is a Freemason. For example, do they have a Masonic ring or a car decal?                                                                                                  



  • Find your nearest Grand Lodge and find information about the Lodges. You will need to express interest that you are wanting to be a Freemason. The person speaking to you will first try to determine whether or not you are joining for the right reasons.


The next step will be to fill out a Petition - The is a rather detailed form and requires information about yourself and beliefs. It will help the lodge understand more about you and give an overview about your life. 
Once submitted, the Lodge will assign a few members look into your application and interview you. 


Ballot - The lodge will make a decision on whether or not they think you are a suitable candidate.
And that’s it. You will be notified with the result, and the real journey begins!


Some common questions

Is Freemasonry free? No, lodges require a yearly fee. If you think of it that the lodge needs up keeping just like your house, then it makes sense that it has to have some money.
How often do lodges meet? -Different lodges have different schedules. Some can meet a couple times a week, others will meet just once a month. You can ask these questions to the lodge and make sure you are not committing when you don’t have the time to attend. 
We hope you will find use out of this information. You can ask questions below and we will get back to you. Let us know if it did or did not help you.


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Make sure to read this post where we ask Freemasons what their main piece of advice they would give to someone wanting to become a Freemason 

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Did you know Fourteen of the first 43 presidents of the United States were Freemasons. The Freemasons have no historical connection to the Knights Templar; no Templars were left when the organization formed.
There is a Masonic Grand Lodge in every one of the U.S. states as well as in the District of Columbia.Some conspiracy theorists claim that the Freemasons are a cult with connections to the Illuminati or with the fabled Elders of Zion as part of an anti-Semitic claim that Jewish bankers control the world’s governments. Enter the secret world of the freemasons. Give in your soul and be blessed forever and live forever. The chance is now for us to recruit new Masons, If you are worthy to be one, You will surely be blessed and honoured, All it takes is to obtain the Membership form and then it will be sent to you to fill it and after which you will be invited to the Temple for the rights to be performed in other for you to be a member of the great Freemasonry. These is the official email below to contact for more information. phone:+15475683285.

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I’m from Ghana.How can I be a member?


Call me 830-302-8635. I want to be a freemason.

Edward S Sanchez

hi i would like to talt to someone i think my grate granddad was a freemason

Christopher Potts
I want to be a member from you guys

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