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  • proper n. The institutions, precepts, and rites of the Freemasons

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Examples

  • He adds: "If there is in Freemasonry any similarity between its customs and those of the practices of several thousand years ago, it does not mean that Freemasonry has any connection whatsoever with those rites but that they were woven into the fraternity in modern times with a view to enhancing the ritual and investing the fraternity with an atmosphere of antiquity."

    Bizarre

  • The Catholic Church has warily monitored Freemasonry from the time it penetrated Europe.

    Fiction

  • If you are not a Mason, but are interested in Freemasonry, there is an information brochure for prospective applicants that discusses the aims and objectives of Freemasonry.

    Freemasonry Is Alive And Well At Lakeside! Axixic Lodge No. 31

  • These detractors have convinced themselves that Freemasonry is the work of the devil.

    La Satanism Exposed | Disinformation

  • Once our critics have twisted logic to convince them selves that Freemasonry is the work of Satan, they are ready to accept this perversion.

    La Satanism Exposed | Disinformation

  • RE: MAJORD AND MADFIST'S DISCUSSION about the attainability of the 33rd Degree within Freemasonry, in this case you should consider the messenger before you blame the popper/locker.

    Boing Boing

  • Washington has strong historic roots in Freemasonry — an old and widespread fraternity which traditionally practised secret rituals.

    Dan Brown to Unveil Washington’s Masonic past | Disinformation

  • Freemasonry is thriving in Cuba, with membership doubling in the past year.

    Boing Boing: October 27, 2002 - November 2, 2002 Archives

  • A Washington Post reporter gets the scoop on modern Freemasonry from the secret society's PR person, attends their rituals, and reports on the state of the Masons (they're not doing so hot).

    Boing Boing: December 2, 2001 - December 8, 2001 Archives

  • _Jewish Encyclopædia_, the word Freemasonry is not once mentioned.

    Secret Societies And Subversive Movements

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