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How can I find out if a family member was a Freemason?

Inquire at your local Grand Lodge about whether your relative was a member, or ask at the Grad Lodge in the geographical location where he spent the majority of his life. You can find a list of the Grand Lodges at the Masonic Info website.

What is a Masonic charge?

A Masonic charge is a charge (legal) brought by another brother for violations of Masonic Jurisprudence. The book of Masonic Jurisprudence is your Grand Lodge’s Law book as well as your Lodge’s bylaws combined. The penalties are also prescribed in some jurisdictions law books.

Can you become a Mason Online?

The Freemason fraternity does not offer online membership. You cannot join Freemasonry via the internet nor via this website. All men interested in becoming a Freemason must contact a lodge (or a Grand Lodge,) for direction in how to find a lodge near where they live.

How long does it take to become a Mason?

6 to 18 months

What is the name of the Freemasons God?

Freemasonry’s officials have said many times that “There is no separate Masonic God“. They have also said that there is no separate proper name for a deity in any branch of Freemasonry. This meaning of the word has caused many religious groups to argue about and condemn Freemasonry.

Can you join the Masons?

We welcome men of every country, religion, race, age, income, education, and opinion. Freemasonry requires that a man cannot be compelled to join our Fraternity and that he must seek admission based on his “own free will and accord.” Therefore, he must ask a member to sponsor his application.

How long does it take to become 33 degree Mason?

After 46 months as a K.C.C.H. he is then eligible to be elected to the 33rd degree, upon approval of the Supreme Council and Sovereign Grand Commander.

Are there still Knights Templars today?

Modern organizations. The Knights Templar were dismantled in the Rolls of the Catholic Church in 1309. Following the suppression of the Order, a number of Knights Templar joined the newly established Order of Christ, which effectively reabsorbed the Knights Templar and its properties in AD 1319, especially in Portugal.

Did any Knights Templar survive?

In 1312, the order was abolished by papal decree and in 1314 the last grand-master, Jacque de Molay, was burned at the stake in Paris with three other Templars. With the order destroyed, any surviving former members joined other orders or monasteries./span>

Which king killed the Templars?


Who defeated the Templars?

At the battle of La Forbie in Gaza in October 1144 CE, an Ayyubid army defeated a large Latin army and 300 Templar knights were killed. 230 captured Templar knights were beheaded after the Battle of Hattin in 1187 CE, won by the army of Saladin, Sultan of Egypt and Syria (r. 1174-1193 CE)./span>