Flags Down Under - Flags from around the world - Make a statement
Flags Down Under - Flags from around the world - Make a statement
Flags Down Under - Flags from around the world - Make a statement
Flags Down Under - Flags from around the world - Make a statement

The Shriner's Flag Part II


Fremason Emblem
All Shriners are Master Masons but not all Freemasons are Shriners
While it is not exactly known when the Masonic Fraternity was formed, it is believed that the language and symbols used during the middle ages came from the stonemason's guilds.

Freemasonry emphasises on personal study, self-improvement, and social activities. Since the 1700s Freemasonry was one of the organisations mainly responsible for passing on, the ideals of dignity by man, liberty of the individual, the right of all persons to worship as they chose, the formation of democratic governments, and the importance of public education. It is said, that Freemasons supported the first public schools in both Europe and America.

Freemasons are all over the world involved in charity and community services. Their support ranges from providing hospitals for children, funding medical research, contributing to local community service, as well as providing care to Freemasons and their families at Masonic Homes.

How to Become a Freemason?

Freemasons come from all walks of life, but in order to become a Mason you must meet a few simple criteria:

1. You must be a male, in most states, at least 18 years of age
2. You must profess a belief in a Supreme Being
3. You must be a man of good morals and reputation

In order to join you must seek admission by your own free will, and you must be recommended by a current Freemason, unanimously elected to membership and willing to assume an obligation to the fraternity.

Degrees of Masonry

As you follow the path of Masonry you will have the opportunity to earn three symbolic degrees representing the lessons of Masonry.

1. Entered Apprentice - beginner
2. Fellowcraft - intermediate
3. Master Mason - expert

The small blue forget-me-not flower, first used by the Nazis for a kind of charity, enabled the Freemasons to wear it as a secret sign of membership for it's than forbidden organization.

Grand Lodges assists state wide lodges and its members with guidance, advice on ceremonial and administrative matters. Coordinating educational and charitable activities, by training members to be better and more effective leaders and carers for communities in their states, as members of a team and as individuals

Sharing Our Values - Charity - Compassion - Honesty - Ethics
Care - Friendship - Integrity.

Some famous Freemasons:
Louis Armstrong, Sir Winston Churchill, Benjamin Franklin, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart,
George Washington and John Wayne

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