Concordant Bodies


     There are many organizations and Orders which form part of the widespread fraternity of Freemasonry, each having its own structure and terminology.  Collectively these may be referred to as Masonic bodies, Masonic orders or appendant bodies (or orders) of Freemasonry.


     The basic unit of Freemasonry is the Masonic Lodge, which alone can "make" (initiate)...

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Becoming a Mason


     One of Masonry’s customs is not to solicit members; men must seek membership on their own through a Mason they know or a local lodge.


     California Masonic membership is open to men age 18 or older who meet the qualifications and standards of character and intention, and who believe in a Supreme Being. Men of all ethnic and religious backgrounds are welcome...

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Freemasonry is a

"System of Education"


Part of that system is to "research". We need to:

- discover knowledge past;

- prove legitimacy of same;

- prove the truth; and

- prove and justify the theoretical basis of the topics.

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Grand Master

John R. Heisner