The body of Freemasonry is comprised of many types of individuals whose Masonic pursuits vary according to that individual’s personality and interests. Freemasonry has been very aptly been compared to a complex tapestry composed of many colourful overlapping individual threads which taken as a whole form a larger picture.
United Grand Lodge of England (UGLE) – was it always Grand and was it always United? It appears not. Where did it all begin – At a meeting held at the Apple Tree tavern in 1716 it was resolved by all the masons there, to meet the following year on 24th June (St. John … Read more
Myths and legends Director of Special Projects John Hamill puts paid to some intriguing rumours that began circulating about Freemasonry after World War II Over the past thirty years a great deal has been done by Grand Lodge, Provinces and Districts to dispel some of the myths that grew up about Freemasonry after World War II, when our … Read more