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Freemasonry employs the tools and
instruments of stonemasonry to
teach a system of morality, friendship, and
brotherly love, hence, the standard emblem
of Freemasonry is the square and
compasses.
Webmaster (March 2017)
Freemasonry exists in various forms
all over the world, with a membership
estimated at around five million (including
approximately 480,000 in Great Britain and
over two million in the United States). There
are more than 6,500 freemasons in New
Zealand.
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Webmaster (March 2017)
Contrary to popular belief, the
Freemasons are not a secret
society. A Mason can freely tell people
they are a Mason. They just can’t reveal
the secrets of the order.
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The latest issue of NZ Freemason with the new Strategic Direction out now! Click below to read.
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Over the next two years Freemasons
in New Zealand will be donating
$600,000 to the Malaghan Institue of
Medical Research for a revolutionary
approach to fighting cancer. The
Freemasons CAR T-cell Research
Programme is well underway and already
making strides in immunology research.
Charity Administrator, Shelley Newson (2019)
With our new strategy comes the
emphasis on employing our Charity
through our Compassion in our Community
and our Family. "To demonstrate
compassion and improve society"
Freemasons Charity (2019)
1 June, 2019
World's Most Amazing Magic Trick
One of the best magic tricks I have ever seen. I have tried slowing down the video but I still have NO IDEA how he does this. Click on the pic to start.
Another great read including an interesting article on New Zealand brethren based in England. Click on the pic to start reading.
New Zealand Craftsman from June, 1919
1 June 2019
1 June, 2019
New Zealand Craftsman from June, 1969
A sobering article in this month's edition entitled "viva La Difference" which questions the relevance of freemasonry in these "modern times". Click the pic.
1 June, 2019