Freimaurer-Organisationen im REGIO-Dreieck Basel - Mulhouse - Freiburg i.Br.
1. What is Free Masonry?
Free Masonry represents a world wide movement of men or women usually organized nationally in Grand Lodges.
1.1 Nature of Free Masonry
Free Masons societies can be defined as
The main objectives pursued by the masonic organisations can be defined as follows:
To join a Free Masons organization the candidate should have - or at least be willing to acquire - the following properties:
2. What Free Masonry is certainly not!
2.1 In a Mason's mind, Free Masonry is neither a religion nor a substitute for a creed. In the thinking of Masons there is no room for any dogma. Every honest person can join a Mason's organization provided he/she respects masonic rules of tolerance and mutual respects.
2.2 Masonic institutions are not secret societies. Objectives, articles of association, board etc. are known or can be easily obtained. Masonic institutions must be considered as being closed and discreet socities.
3. Common objectives but separate ways
Masonic associations were traditionally open for men only.The first feminine Grand Lodge was founded in France 1945. Feminine lodges are open only to women and masculine lodges only to men.
4. How can I get more information about Masonic Lodges working in the REGIO area?
Lodges for men only: Walter Stohler, CH 061-421 83 77 (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Dr. S. Angelini, CH 061-641 41 60 (email@example.com)
Lodges for women only: Edeltraud Schmitz, CH 079-320 41 77 or (edeltraud.schmitz@Plaut.de)
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