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The Decline of Men, and What Freemasons Need To Do About it?

The Decline of Men, and What Freemasons Need To Do About it

On Wednesday of last week, United States Marine Corps Commandant General Robert B. Neller told the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Defense: “It’s a strategic issue that less than 30 percent of the young men and women of our nation are qualified just to join the military, either because of physical, mental or moral issues.” Think …

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Conspiracy theory says The Simpsons keeps predicting stuff because Matt Groening is a freemason

The Simpsons, when it’s good, is a keen reflection of American pop culture. At its best, however, it also has the eerie ability to portray real-world events years before they come to pass. This last part, as we all know, is due entirely to the fact that series creator Matt Groening is a Freemason who …

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Famous Freemasons (A – Z) Continued

M McAdam, John Loudon (1756-1836) – A Scottish engineer and road-builder, John McAdam invented a new process, “macadamisation”, for building roads with a smooth hard surface that would be more durable and less muddy than soil-based tracks. Modern road construction still reflects McAdam’s influence. Of subsequent improvements, the most significant was the introduction of tar (originally …

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Apollo 2018 World Festival of Masonic Arts: May 10-13 at GW Memoria

The Second World Festival of Symbolic and Masonic Arts, APOLLO 2018, will be held May 10th—13th at the George Washington Masonic National Memorial in Alexandria, Virginia. The Apollo Festival of Masonic Arts is a world celebration of the symbolic culture of Freemasonry, organized by the Association of Masonic Arts (AMA), and hosted by different grand …

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Trinity Bay kids learn to put friendship first to end bullying

Members of Masonic Lodge in Heart’s Content have spent the month of February teaching young students in the region about the dangers of bullying. The program is called This Little Light, and its core message is to teach children to put friendship first. “We feel we are doing something worthwhile in the lives of these …

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