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What advice would you give to someone wanting to become a Freemason?

Last week we posted an article about how to go about starting the process of becoming a Freemason. We wanted to ask the community on what they think is a good piece of advice to give to someone wanting to become a Freemason

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Brian P. "Don't be in a hurry, sometimes knowledge comes in drips and sometimes it comes in waves."

Jack M. "What you get out of it is how much you put into it."

Michael J. "Make sure it's in your heart and have the time it takes to learn"

Jakob Z. "Remain committed to attending posted meetings and other lodge events."

Jody T. "It takes a good man and makes him better. One of the best things I ever did."

Ezra N. "You will definitely meet good people, as a good man to make you better. But the journey depends on you and everything you need for the journey is within."

Ben P. "Join the right lodge and show commitment"


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It's great as a community that we can share these ideas. Especially on social media, there are a lot of people wanting to find more information about the journey and what is required from the individual. It is great that we can share some tips and pointers on what will help the journey. 

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October 09, 2019

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. Give in

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Timothy waldrep

Timothy waldrep

April 05, 2019

I wanted to be like my father.He was a quite man.He was a humble man.He was a wise man.The Lord could not have given me a better father,coach,tutor and friend.I believe my father was honored and proud that I asked him how and when i may attemped to become a Master Mason.A good friend friend of the family(a hard working man and dad signed my petition….On my Third ,when it was over my mother’s pldest Brother presented me a mansonic ring…I believe the best Thing I learned was to be humble and always look to the East.I am a better man and person due to a kind father and the teachings of the Blue Lodge.SO MOTE IT BE>

Antonio J Mcclarenl

Antonio J Mcclarenl

March 06, 2019

I am studying from my mother who was an eastern 🌟 on how to be a better man I have all her rights



March 05, 2019


Leonard Mayunga

Leonard Mayunga

December 07, 2018

You have to feel something that has to drive you becoming someone who is better than ever before…



November 29, 2018

I wanna join to Freemason team

Larry Pugh

Larry Pugh

September 18, 2018

2B1ask1 makes a good man a better man Lodge # 905 Alabama



September 01, 2018

You must feel a drive to be a part of something larger than yourself. An urge to be one of a fraternity of men who compose the largest family on Earth. Friends from our youth often fade away. They marry, they move for work, they have other priorities. Sadly, sometimes they die. Becoming a Mason makes you part of a family that covers the world. Like a family, you help it grow and it helps you grow. It’s a mutual obligation that starts when you ask to join. If what I’ve said here resonates with you, ask to join and you won’t regret it.

George Schumacher

George Schumacher

June 07, 2018

Men join for many different reasons. If have it in your heart and pay attention to your obligations, you will love masonry, make a lot of friends, and become a better man. I am thinking about printing a cheat sheet and emailing to our District 6 WMs and Secretaries with the intention of having them include it in their Trestle Boards. We need to promote Masonry better than we have and “Make Masonry Great Again”

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