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Mumbai Chhaap: Freemasons Hall in Fort

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Chances of mistaking the Freemasons Hall for an abandoned site are high yet this landmark is a must-visit. It was on this day in 1897 that HE Lord Sandhurst, then Governor of Bombay was anointed as the Grand Master (head of the Freemasonry community) at Fort’s Novelty Cinema. On March 5, 1898, this Hall was opened and dedicated to the community. This ceremony was performed by Lord Sandhurst, as he was the Grand Master of the English and the Scottish Constitutions. The main temple in the Freemasons’ Hall is called the Sandhurst Temple. A marble wall of Bro KR Cama ... Read More »

Freemasonry all about charity

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The Freemasons Fund for Bermuda drew high praise for its donations to local charities this week. Meals on Wheels, PALS and the Coalition for the Protection of Children each received $2,000 at a presentation at Freemasons Hall. The Fund is the fundraising arm for all 13 Masonic lodges on the Island. It’s donated more than $200,000 to charities since it was established a few years ago, said its president, Glendall Phillips. Bermuda is considered unique because, despite its relatively small size, it has representatives of the Grand Lodges of England, Ireland and Scotland. Each of the lodges is a member ... Read More »

BB teams are latest group to benefit from lodge’s kindness

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MEMBERS of Lodge Firth of Clyde Gourock No 626 have given £500 to help young footballers in the town. The money will assist with travel costs for players from the 2nd Gourock Boys’ Brigade Company compete in five-a-side tournaments in England and Northern Ireland. Company captain Alan Aitken MBE said: “In recent seasons our Boys’ Brigade company has been reasonably successful competing in both the under-14 and under-18 national BB five-a-side tournaments. “Indeed both squads have managed to win the British title on three occasions over the past few years. “This year, our senior lads head to Belfast on 25 ... Read More »

226th Annual Communication of the Grand Lodge of New Hampshire

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You are hereby notified that the Two Hundred and Twenty-Sixth Annual Communication of the M.W.Grand Lodge of New Hampshire, F. & A.M., will be held in the Masonic Temple, 1505 Elm Street, City of Manchester, Saturday, May 16, 2015, opening at nine-thirty o’clock in the forenoon. Lodges without representation will be subject to the Constitutional penalty. Each Lodge must be represented at both the opening and closing of Grand Lodge. Masters and Wardens, clothed in regalia of office, are expected to attend. Masters, Wardens, and elected Representatives must be provided with credentials. Proxies for Masters, Wardens, and elected Representatives MUST ... Read More »

California Gov’t Aide Arrested for Running a Rogue Masonic Police Force

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Cops generally don’t look too kindly on vigilantes, but they apparently hate rogue, Masonic police forces that claim a 3,000 year-old-legacy and jurisdiction in 33 states. Which is why, last week, the LAPD arrested three California residents allegedly behind the Masonic Fraternal Police Department. The Freemason task force members—identified by the LA Times as David Henry, Tonette Hayes, and Brandon Kiel, who works as an aide to state Atty. Gen. Kamala D. Harris—were arrested last Thursday on suspicion of impersonating a police officer and released later that day. The group seems to have made its first mistake when it sent ... Read More »