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United States presidents who were freemasons Presidents who were freemasons: Abraham Lincoln was not a Freemason. He did apply for membership in Tyrian Lodge, Springfield, Ill., shortly after his nomination for the presidency in 1860 but withdrew the application because he felt that his applying for membership at that…

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Emblems of Innocence and Honor: The Masonic Apron       Described as a Mason’s «badge» and an emblem of innocence, the masonic apron provides a link to Freemasonry’s historical roots. This video documentary short, produced by the Masonic Grand Lodge of California and the Henry Wilson Coil…

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The study of Freemason symbols is an especially interesting field of Masonic education, not only because of the deep and abiding lessons to be learned but because of our innate curiosity for unfamiliar things. It is simply a part of human nature to wonder, "What does it mean?"

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I am Freemasonry I am Freemasonry: I was born in antiquity, in ancient times when men dreamed of God first. I’ve been tested for centuries, and found to be true. The ways of the world show the imprint of my feet, and the cathedrals of all nations testify to the skill of my hands. I strive for beauty and symmetry.…

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Sir Tony Robinson sheds light on some common myths about Freemasonry: To mark the launch of more than 2 million UK and Irish Freemason membership registers on Ancestry, join actor and historian Sir Tony Robinson as he takes a tour of the United Grand Lodge of England with modern Freemason Dr. James Campbell, shedding…

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