Freemason Information is a web magazine for both Freemasons and those interested in the fraternity of Freemasonry.
This websites principle aim is to provide a means to discuss, editorialize, and provide commentary about the craft, its role in society, and areas of interest to membership. It also strives to bring interesting aspects in the news from both within the fraternity and without so as to create a working space for Masonic thought leadership to explore the future of Freemasonry.
Freemason Information exists to broaden the understanding of non-Masons who have an interest in the fraternity. While each Grand Lodge speaks to Freemasonry in its individual state, this site offers a broad overview to the organization and its many components.
Important to note, this site is neither the instrument or vehicle of a Grand Lodge, Rite, College, or body. Nor does it speak for a particular organization of Freemasonry. It is entirely independently operated and funded out of a passion to continue the legacy of the ancient and honorable fraternity.
Some recommendations to help maximize your time here would be to first download the Free E-Book “What is Freemasonry?”. Also we recommend listening to the Masonic Central pod cast which is a weekly program dedicated to all things Freemasonry.
If you have a story idea, press release or an article you would like to contribute please let us know. We accept both published and first time authors with articles, images, and events. Have a look at our Sojourners section for an idea of what some past contributors have submitted.
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