Making Good Men Better
One thing that I really like about the Masonic philosophy is that there isn't any "recruiting." There is a saying, "2BE1ASK1." If you would like to learn more about Freemasonry, please "surf" the sites here. If you would like to join the Masons, simply contact your local Masonic organization. (Numbers are readily found in the phonebook.)
I am a member of Malta Lodge #17 of AF&AM in Thermopolis, Wyoming. I was initiated on March 21, 1998, and received my Fellow Craft degree on January 28, 1999. What a great lecture. I was raised to the sublime degree of Master Mason on April 8, 1999. On April 17, 1999, I participated in the annual Wyoming York Rite festival. On June 24, 1999, I was made Chaplain of my local lodge, a post I held for two years. At our Sept. 9, 1999, meeting I was elected the information (public relations) officer, and I maintain the Lodge's website still. Finally, on November 9, 2000, I took my proficiency for the 3rd degree! On April 25th and 26th, 2003, I became a 32 degree Scottish Rite Mason of the Lander Valley Consistory.
In April of 2004, I went to Washington D.C. and toured the George Washington Memorial Lodge in Alexandria, Virginia. Here are some pictures.
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Malta Lodge #17 Thermopolis, WY
PICTURES FROM ABERDEEN, SCOTLAND LODGE
PICTURE OF ME IN LODGE ROOM
Freemasonry and the Tarot card deck
Discussions on the meaning of God and His name
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Copyright by Eric Kay 1999.
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