believes in Universal Brotherhood. Brotherly Love, Relief
and Truth are its grand principles. Freemasonry aims to make
good men into better men.
every member of the fraternity is entitled to all the rights
and privileges of freemasonry, he is also obligated to conform
to the teachings of the Order. Every mason is obligated to
live by a strict moral code, and is expected to be true to
the teachings of the fraternity. He is expected to be true
to his religion, true to his country, true to his family and
true to his friends. He is encouraged to participate, help
the needy, the handicapped and the downtrodden lot of our
one common aim in view that freemasons have is to please each
other and unite in the grand design of being happy and communicating
a new member, you will find truth in the statement, “he
who enters here ceases to be a stranger”. It is mandatory
for every mason to rally and support a freemason in times
of your need, distress and danger.
Universality of freemasonry is evident when visiting Lodges
in a foreign country. The brethren whom you may be meeting
for the first time go to great lengths to welcome you as a
brother, make you feel at home and offer you whatever assistance
you may need even if it entails personal inconvenience to
a new mason, you will discover true fellowship in the lodge.
There you will meet men from every walk of life, men of every
religion and political belief, men from various professions
and occupations, who come together in a Masonic lodge with
one common aim – fellowship.
However, by joining freemasonry,
- if you expect political gain,
- if you expect to promote your business,
- if you expect to advance your religion as being superior
- if you have ulterior mercenary motives,
you will be totally disappointed for none of this is permitted
or tolerated in Masonic lodges.
you apply for membership, consider the following: