Freemasonry has, for centuries before it became the political ’norm’, provided a place where men of different class, background, age, ethnicity, religion and political belief could meet as equals and as friends. This over-riding principle still holds true today and is refreshingly unique even in today’s modern world. At masonic meetings, members are asked to refrain from discussion of a religious of polititcal nature in order to help to ensure that this friendship is maintained, however all other topics are fair game, and the lively conversation, and the range of people you can meet, for the first time or the five hundreth time, are two of the greatest attractions for those considering joining freemasonry.
Freemasonry heralds from centuries past when such free and open meeetings were actively feared by the ruling state, crown or church authorities who saw them as a possible threat to their power and to agreed dogma. Nowadays, we pride ourselves on teaching traditional values to the modern man.
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