Bro Jose Rizal’s Masonic Speech delivered in 1883 at Solidaridad Lodge No. 53, Madrid, Spain

When we… knock at the portals of the Temple to be initiated into the mysteries of Masonry…three reassuring words are dinned into our ears: Science, Virtue, and Labor… “Science?” You may ask, what science is found in the Masonic Temple? Science might have taken refuge in it during barbarous epochs in order to erect the [...]

Albert Pike

Albert Pike, 33°, Sovereign Grand Commander of the Scottish Rite of Freemasonry, Southern Jurisdiction, U.S.A., pays a visit to the MInneapolis Valley of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry.

Rizal Bilang Mason

Rizal Bilang Mason: Hindi Binawi Ang Pagkasapi ( Rizal As A Mason: Never Retracted But Remained One ) by: Aisobelle Lee A. Aportadera III-1 16 Agosto 2004 “Ang Masoneriya ang magtuturo at magpapasanay sa mga banal na prinsipulo ng kasarinlan, kapatiran at pagkakapantay-pantay sa lahat ng tao at sa mga ito ay isasaloob ang mga [...]

Ten Reasons to Become a Mason

Click Here for free download. 1.) Freemasonry is a Fraternity in which you confidently trust your Lodge Brothers and entrust your family with them. 2.) Freemasonry is a Fraternity where, within moral and civil guidelines, free thought, free speech, and spiritual growth can develop to its fullest potential. 3.) Freemasonry provides the opportunity to meet, [...]

Bro. Orgelius Wolff

Click Here to see the pictures taken during the 92nd Public Installation of Officers of Tamaraw Lodge No. 65 at Calapan City, Mindoro Oriental.

Philippine Masonic Stamps

GREGORIO AGLIPAY 1977, October 1. Manila Central Post Office, Philippines. First Day Cover, with Masonic cachet. 30s Fr. Gregorio Aglipay, 75th Anniversary of the Philippine Independent Church. Member 32° Philippine Bodies, A. & A.S.R. Founder of Philippine Independent Church. Member of the Revolutionary Government of 1898. JOSE P. LAUREL 1977, March 9, Manila, Philippines. Souvenir [...]

The History of Philippine Masonry

IF by Bro. Rudyard Kipling

"If" is a poem written in 1896 by Bro. J. Rudyard Kipling (1865 – 1936). It was first published in the Brother Square Toes chapter of Rewards and Fairies. Bro. Kipling received Nobel Prize in Literature for year of 1907.

A name and what it suggests

We read of the death of a man, and there among the other details of his life is found the statement; “He was a Mason.” When reading this detail of a man’s life there comes to the Mason a feeling of understanding, a happy reflection, a knowledge that one lived who had courageously sought in [...]

Establish a Mentors’ Program

Establish a Mentors’ Program in your Lodge, with the idea being to educate your educators. As Jeff said, if Freemasonry is in fact a course in moral instruction, and if our candidates are indeed to be instructed, then we must have teachers among us who are capable of providing that instruction. I repeat: we cannot [...]