The Masonic Province
From time to time, Freemasonry attracts the interest of the media and occasionally this interest is based on misconception. Increasingly the presence and widespread availability of the the Internet has made the facts and objectives of Freemasonry more readily available to those who are interested, thus enabling them to form an objective opinion from their own researches. This website contains links to other Masonic sites for the benefit of practicing masons and to assist those who may wish to consider becoming a Freemason by starting them on the path to understanding its objectives and the breadth and depth of its distribution throughout the UK and the rest of the World.
Having, hopefully, 'whet the appetite' for further knowledge of a prospective mason, the two most immediate questions are, what is Freemasonry and how do I become a Mason? These are comprehensively explained in the United Grand Lodge website, starting with What is Freemasonry . The website also has helpful information on Becoming a Mason.
The main points can be summarised as follows:
For many years Freemasons have followed three great principles:
Brotherly Love -
Freemasons believe that these principles represent a way of achieving higher standards in life.
Becoming a Freemason -
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