Freemasonry is a worldwide social and community service organization, emphasizing personal study, self-improvement, and social betterment via individual involvement and philanthropy. This category is meant to list sites established by organizations and individuals relating to the "Masonic" fraternity and its related organizations.
Information about Freemasonry for both members and curious non-members. A Guestbook, History, pointers to other Masonic sites, info about how to join.
News, reference sites, blogs, arts, museums, libraries, magazines, research and education.
E-Mason - The Philalethes Portal.
A Masonic weblog aggregator and Masonic information site.
Feeds from assorted Masonic blogs.
Social networking site for Freemasons. Membership required.
Masonic information site. Graphics, screensavers, monthly newsletter.
In Boston, the birthplace of the American Freemasonry society, some ceremonial objects are considered so sacred, they're kept locked away. As part of the Hidden Treasures Radio Project, Harriet Baskas goes inside the Grand Lodge's vaults for a look at objects with ties to such illustrious Freemasons as George Washington and Paul Revere. [5:51 Realaudio broadcast]
Several hundred articles of research on many issues affecting modern Freemasonry. Historical research papers and links.
Magazine by Freemasons for Freemasons. Related articles, papers and books online, together with CD and book reviews and Masonic world news headlines.
Organized by The Conference of Grand Masters of Masons of North America. Collects and disseminates information on Grand Lodges relative to their Legitimacy of Origin; Exclusive Territorial Jurisdiction; and Adherence to the Ancient Landmarks.
Includes contact information, services, publications, catalog, and programs.
Masonic influences on Classical music, and music in the Lodge: Notes, MIDI samples, and facsimile pages.
Discusses many aspects of and the history of Freemasonry.
Online diary. Calendar of Freemasons meetings and personal Masonic diary. Login required.
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