What is Freemasonry?
Freemasonry is a peculiar system of morality, veiled in allegory, and illustrated by symbols.
Freemasonry provides a means by which its members, through the study of Masonic symbolism, allegories and traditions, may seek truth, promote brotherhood and work in the service of humanity.
Members are taught its precepts by a series of ritual dramas.
They follow ancient Masonic forms and use stonemasons’ tools and customs as symbolic guides.
Freemasonry is not a religion.
What are Masonic Degrees?
Freemasonry contains a series of initiatory degrees, which aid the personal development of its members. Participation in Lodge offers an initiatory pathway that is free from dogma
and encourages exploration of human consciousness.
Masonic degrees provide a means by which members improve themselves in order to serve humanity.
Is Freemasonry or Le Droit Humain a secret society?
Freemasonry has often been described as a secret society.
However, the rituals and regalia of Freemasonry are relatively well known, especially in this digital age.
Yet, the most profound experiences of life can’t ever be put into words.
Freemasonry does have certain secrets known only to its members.
To share a secret is to share a bond.
Of the deeply moving experience that Masonry offers,
its secret symbols are outer visible signs of an inner reality.
All members are free to acknowledge their membership and answer inquiries.