Landmarks of Freemasonry

(Mackey's Revised Encyclopedia)

  1. The Modes of recognition.
  2. The division of Symbolic Masonry into three degrees.
  3. The legend of the third degree.
  4. The government of the fraternity by a presiding officer called a Grand Master, who is elected from the body of tile craft.

The Charges of a Free-Mason

The Charges of a Free-Mason
(Anderson's Constitutions, 1723)

These will be the rules of ethical conduct of a Brother Mason ...

Becoming a Freemason


Masonic Order is open to men age 18 and older (or 18 years if the children of Masons) of any ethnic and religious background of good reputation, and a personal desire to become a Freemason.

The essential condition for admission is a belief in the immortality of the soul and in Divinity, generically called the Great Architect of the Universe.

One of Masonry's traditions is that we do not solicit members. Men must seek membership on their own initiative. When you're ready to join, you can complete the Request to join the Masonic Order form and someone will contact you regarding membership.

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