WEFOUNDProceedings in Masonry: St. John's Grand Lodge, 1733-1792; Massachusetts Grand Lodge, 1769-1792, with an Appendix, Containing Copies of Many Ancient Documents, and a Table of Lodges (Classic Reprint)


Despite what frantic detractors plaster over the internet, Freemasonry’s activities are not all that ‘secret’. In fact, anyone with even a modicum of sensibility will quickly realize that ALL organizations (even religions) have matters that are not revealed publicly, most generally because ‘it’s nobody else’s business’! Because Masonic meetings often discuss matters of charity, it’s totally inappropriate for those meetings to be public and subject to criticism by others who have either no stake or a prejudiced one in the outcome.

Are we taking over the world? The standard joke amongst Masons when hearing that claim is snickering and laughter – followed closely by a remark from someone suggesting that those who can’t figure out whether to have egg salad or ham salad sandwiches are not likely to be involved with such things.

But we digress: EVERY Grand Lodge publishes a record of their proceedings each year. These are kept publicly available in their libraries and copies are sent around the world to other Grand Lodges with whom they share fraternal relations.

Despite what frantic detractors plaster over the internet, Freemasonry’s activities are not all that ‘secret’. In fact, anyone with even a modicum of sensibility will quickly realize that ALL organizations (even religions) have matters that are not revealed publicly, most generally because ‘it’s nobody else’s business’! Because Masonic meetings often discuss matters of charity, it’s totally inappropriate for those meetings to be public and subject to criticism by others who have either no stake or a prejudiced one in the outcome.

Are we taking over the world? The standard joke amongst Masons when hearing that claim is snickering and laughter – followed closely by a remark from someone suggesting that those who can’t figure out whether to have egg salad or ham salad sandwiches are not likely to be involved with such things.

But we digress: EVERY Grand Lodge publishes a record of their proceedings each year. These are kept publicly available in their libraries and copies are sent around the world to other Grand Lodges with whom they share fraternal relations.

Delegates have the option for three day and one day registration for the 10AMC. Three day registration includes all social events.

For author delegates, your paper will not be published in the conference proceedings unless at least one author is registered for the conference.


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