An overwhelming number of the world's best and brightest have been or are Freemasons. These groups give you far from a comprehensive list — they're just a ...
He was the first recipient of the annual Mark Twain (another Freemason) Humor Prize. He passed away December 10, 2005 of a heart attack at the age of 65
SHRINE | Red Skelton and Roy Rogers, in Los Angeles, 1950 | Photograph taken in 1950 at Los Angeles, California, on the evening Roy Rogers, along with two ...
Happy 176th birthday to the great author and father of American literature Bro. Samuel Langhorne Clemens a.k.a. Mark Twain of Polar Star Lodge No.
Better known as literary giant Mark Twain, Samuel Clemens became a member of the Polar Star Lodge No. 79 in St. Louis in 1861.
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The more we find out about the freemasonry, the more we convince ourselves how evil this organization is. Disguised in the beautiful colours of a charitable ...
Famous Freemason: Dan Beard. I've got to thank the One Minute Mason again for the idea. If you haven't checked out Steve Harris' blog, click on the link.
Ever since I've been doing the Masonic blogs (about ten years now) I've been doing a recurring series called "Freemason Or Not?
"We represent a fraternity which believes in justice and truth and honorable action in your community... men who are endeavoring to be better citizens.
I know, everyone says that all the U.S. Presidents were Freemasons, but that's a myth. In fact, only 15 U.S. Presidents were masons, and the last one was 40 ...
Mark Twain in his gown (scarlet with grey sleeves and facings) for his D.Litt. degree, awarded to him by Oxford University
Roy G. Guttmann, a lawyer and the president of the Freemason Lodge Muffelmann Oman 29. \ Moti Milrod. “
I don't know what that is exactly, but it seems a little obvious for an ultra-secret society--doesn't it?
I intended to write this piece two days ago in support of Bell #letstalk day, a program that is close to my heart. LetsTalk primary objective is to end the ...
Elena Llamas, Director of Public Relations for The Phoenixmasonry Masonic Museum and Library. Portrait
No Grand Lodge in any state has come forward with a claim that President Obama is a Freemason. If he were, you can bet they wouldn't be shy about saying so.
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I don't know how he came up with Thomas Jefferson Snodgrass, but without question, I can tell you where the name "Mark Twain" came from.
This is a list of notable Freemasons. Freemasonry is a fraternal organisation which exists in a number of forms worldwide. Throughout history some members ...
Much of the information I've gotten for my Famous American Freemasons books has come from the lodge Secretary where my famous Freemasons ...
COSBY LODGE CELEBRATES 100 YEARS Cosby Lodge #600 celebrated its 100th anniversary on Sunday, September 7, 2008 with a Lodge dedication ceremony.
John Lawton, manager of the Highlands Masonic Temple at 3550 Federal Blvd., holds a decorative Masonicapron. Modern Masons wear plain white aprons.
At the Masonic Villages, we're proud of our fraternal heritage and the fourteen Freemasons who have served our nation as its chief executive.
Darwin, Mark Twain, Winston Churchill, J. Edgar Hoover, Benjamin Franklin, and the first president and founding father of our country, George Washington.
... at Bunker Hill and Paul Revere were both Grand Masters of the Grand Lodge of Massachusetts. Others are listed below in the "famous Freemasons section".
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Born August 11, 1950, this co-founder of Apple Computer Inc, is probably not the paragon of why to be a Freemason, but his work outside of the fraternity is ...
Described as a man of “humour and frolic”, Richard Parsons, 1st Earl of Rosse, was the first Grand Master of Irish Freemasonry.
American poet Rob Morris was the author of more than 400 poems and the founder of 'The Order of the Eastern Star', a Masonic order for women.
Some people may know that women are now allowed in certain Masonic lodges but few know that the first two women ever initiated into the society were done so ...