Advanced Degrees by W.Bro. J.S.M. WARD

Reading Time: 42 minutes In attempting to give an outline sketch of the various degrees in Freemasonry in a book of this description, I am faced by many difficulties, not the least of which is how to write in an interesting way about degrees, which many of my readers have not taken, without giving away more than is permissible. … Read more

On the Foundations and Legacy of Quatuor Coronati Lodge of Research

Reading Time: 31 minutes ON THE FOUNDATIONS AND LEGACY OF QUATUOR CORONATI LODGE OF RESEARCH. by Bro. Bob James Discovery Lodge of Research UGL of NSW & ACT, Australia   Introduction: This essay is concerned with Masonic historical research and with one particular research lodge. My reasons for closely examining the first years of this lodge, Quatuor Coronati or ‘Four … Read more

Why to Become A Freemason – The Attraction of values

Reading Time: 8 minutes When being asked, what would be the value of a diamond, mostly everybody answers in terms of higher amounts of money. A poor wanderer in the desert, in need of a cup of water, would probably give a better answer to this question, because he reflects of value in a different way. “Most valuable” for him means, “serving his needs and desires best”.

Freemasons of the of the Red Cross of Constantine donate £1000 to Prader-Willi Syndrome Associationhelp

Reading Time: < 1 minute This was donated on behalf of the Grand Sovereign’s Care for Children Fund. Right Illustrious Knight Alan Beckerton, Intendant-General for the Derbyshire Division, together with Very Illustrious Knights John Collison, Deputy Intendant-General and John Beresford, Divisional Recorder, were also present to hear the work that the PWSA carries out throughout the country assisting the families of PWSA sufferers.