Secular Freemasonry


Secular Freemasonry

Freemasonry is the original society of free-thinkers started in 1717 by members of the Royal Society. It's time to unite under the banner of Reason and begin a new Age of Enlightenment!

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Isn't the allegory that what the mind concieves man can achieve?

Started by Tonya Wynn. Last reply by Jon Abel Mar 6, 2013. 1 Reply

Isn't it alchemy: the making of something out of nothing (but thought)?  To simplify it seems to degrade the concept to most people.  People may not find something so simply and/or easy to…Continue

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Comment by Corey on Wednesday
How do I join a Secular Lodge?
I'm a Freemason out of Michigan but because of a lot of study and reason have become a Athiest. Which everyone knows make me unable to stay a member of the Grand Lodge of Michigan F&AM.
I would like to join a secular lodge! I don't believe there is one in my area but would still like to become a member of a lodge?
I currently live in Northern Wisconsin on the Michigan border.
Comment by Tarbouriech on August 6, 2011 at 4:01pm

Member of CILALP :

Fraternal Regards

Comment by Jean-Philippe on January 29, 2011 at 12:20am
Is it a dead link ? Same thing happened to me
Comment by LarryW on July 15, 2010 at 5:09pm
Ahhh, learn something new everyday! I wonder what my Home Lodge would do if they knew I was an Atheist? Thanks for the enlightening info.
Comment by LarryW on July 15, 2010 at 2:25am
What is Grand Orient Freemasonry. I have heard of Shrine organizations using that term "Grand Orient", but not in the Blue Lodge. Is this a Shrine or concordant body related group? FWIW, I am strictly a Blue Lodge Mason. I believe that all other Masonic groups are superficial and subordinate to the Blue Lodge.
Comment by LarryW on July 15, 2010 at 2:18am
I am a Freemason from California, now living in Arkansas. I find it interesting that for an organization that requires a "belief in a Supreme Being", there should be a group, or the beginnings of a group, devoted to people who do not profess a belief in a Supreme Being.
Nevertheless, I am pleased to find other Masons, such as myself, who are not believers.
Comment by Heather Natale on July 11, 2010 at 11:19pm
This is cool. I thought that freemasonry was solely a fraternal order.

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