Freemasonry is one of the most antient institutions and still attracts today millions of good men uniting them in a chain of brotherhood. It has made a huge beneficial impact on the development of civilization and social progress in the past 300 years. Freemasonry is a Brotherhood of men, professing common moral and ethical values. The order of Freemasons is not a substitute for religion. The doors of the Temple are open to all men, in good standing, who are striving to achieve self-perfection and moral development, irrespective of their religion, racial and political differences.

Freemasonry is a philosophic, educational, philanthropic and devotional institution. The opportunity for devotion is predicated on the education of the Brethren into a system of degrees directed toward the perfection of the individual through symbolism. From there, Freemasons transmit their knowledge and provide continuity in the education, using the symbols in an allegorical way.



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