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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.
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.
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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Our Grand Master Comments
1 April, 2019
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.
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"
Charity Administrator, Shelley Newson (2019)
Freemasons Charity (2019)
1 May 2019
Mork From Ork Meets Richie and The Fonze
A great clip for Happy Day's Fans. Gosh this brings back great memories of a great TV show - even if it does seem a bit dated now. Click on the pic.
"the Clothing of A Freemason" provides an interesting insight to how things were in former days. Click the pic above to read this edition.
New Zealand Craftsman from May, 1919
1 May 2019
1 May, 2019
New Zealand Craftsman from May, 1969
A good read in this edition on "Distinctions Among Men" and comparisons to the perfect ashlar. Click the pic to read this edition.