Who Do You Think You Are?

FREEMASONRY

Although Freemasonry has sometimes attracted fear and loathing, membership has offered many of our male forebears a safe environment in which to enjoy ritual; engage in self-improvement and charity; gain skills; and receive practical, financial and emotional support.

‘Masonic notions have permeated building and landscape design’

The charitable, fraternal organisation of Freemasonry, defined by its central organisation in England as “a system of morality veiled in allegory and illustrated by symbols”, has

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