Traveling East: Looking East
Freemasonry has been around for a long time, and it has not yet been clearly explained until now. Traveling East brings Blue Lodge Masonry into the 21st Century. No longer will Young Masons not know what is expected of them, no longer will a young Mason not know how to bury a brother Mason. Through the years all the knowledge of Masonry was kept by the elders, they only told you what they wanted you to know, this kept you coming back for more, as Masons would say this kept you craving for more light. Traveling East explains it all, with very easy to learn terms, but no pictures, that is where the elders will come in. Traveling East has something for all Masons to learn, remember when you were told that you will never know it all well...Traveling East will get you real close to the real truth about that which was lost, and never found, or was there ever anything lost? Traveling East takes you back to where it all started.
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Reducing the Lodge from Third to First Degree
Rite of Secrecy or Obligation
Calling Off and On
Third or Master Masons Degree
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