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Masonic Etiquette In the New Millennium

In a few words, Masonic Etiquette is a code of recommended rules and suggestions; however, we have to understand that these rules and suggestions are not laws, such as the Grand Lodges regulations, or Edicts of the Grand Master.
It is good to apply Masonic Etiquette in the Masonic life, maybe much more in the profane one, in order to honor the Order, because the Mason, especially outside the Lodge, is the mirror of the Masonic Fraternity.

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"Freemasonry is a mirror of the society itself, because its members obviously are part of society, so it cannot escape the influence of secular life other than through education. All manifestations of disrespect, of over-turning the values, manifestations that unfortunately tend to encompass all aspects of our culture today, can be tackled only through a process of return to the es-tablished society values through education.
Masonic Brotherhood is the oldest of fraternities that exist in the world at this time. One of the features that differentiated it is tradition, submitted both in writing and orally. Masonic Etiquette is one of the most im-portant aspects of tradition."

Eugene Matzota

Colección
LIBROS PRÁCTICOS
Materia
Libros prácticos de masonería, Masonería
Idioma
  • English
EAN
9788494469565
ISBN
978-84-944695-6-5
Páginas
124
Ancho
14 cm
Alto
21 cm
Edición
1
Fecha publicación
24-11-2015
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Sobre Eugene Matzota

  • Eugene Matzota
    Being born in Transylvania, in a family with a long tradition, as one of the founders of the Principate of Epirus in 1321, the author learned the old good manners since childhood. Reading and practicing esoteric teachings and becoming a Mason helped him be a better man every day.... Ver más sobre el autor

Contenidos

FOREWORD 17

Why this Code? 20
General Guidelines 24
Masonic Language 25

NON-MASONS IN THE LODGE 27
Are non-Masons allowed to visit a Lodge? 27
Non-Masons in the Lodge? 29

BEFORE THE LODGE MEETING 33
Participating in the Lodge Works 33
Punctuality 35

VISITING OTHER LODGES 39
Some Preparations 39
What Means ‘Good Standing’ 44

MASONIC ETIQUETTE REGARDING VISITORS 47
Visitors of the Lodge - Our Guests 47
Examining the Visitors 48
Visitors and Speakers 49

INSTALLATION OF NEW OFFICERS 53
Requirements for Installation 53
Open Installations 53

MASONIC ETIQUETTE IN THE LODGE 57
Entering the Temple 57
Worshipful Master 57

DRESS CODE 61
Traditions 61
Wearing Gloves 63

HONOURS 67
Honours for the most deserving 67
Honouring the Worshipful Master 68

MASONIC ETIQUETTE AT FESTIVE BOARD 71
Festive Board 71
Speech - General Rules 74
Speech - Humour is a serious business 75

MASONIC ETIQUETTE OUTSIDE THE LODGE 79
Correspondence 79
Invitations and Responses 80
Correspondence between Lodges and/or Brethren 81

MASONIC ETIQUETTE IN SOCIETY 85
Masonic Jewellery and Outside World 85
Women and Freemasonry 86
At Work 87
At Home 89
In media 90

MASONIC CHARITY 93
What is Masonic Charity 93
Masonic Aid 94

ANTI-MASONIC PREJUDICE 99
Some Words about the Anti-masonic Current 99
How Many Landmarks? 103
Religion 103
Masons and their Duty as Citizens 105

ANEXE 107

Summary of the ANTIENT CHARGES AND REGULATIONS 109

THE CHARGES OF A FREE-MASON 113

REFERENCES 119
Books 119
Web 121

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