How to Become a Mason
Nearly 3 million men are Freemasons in the United States today, with another 2 million worldwide, and the numbers are growing. Freemasonry can be found in almost every country of the world and is highly visible in almost every major historical occurrence in the United States from the Revolutionary War to the laying of the Capitol cornerstone.
Freemasonry is open to any man regardless of race, religion, nationality, social status or wealth as long as they hold a belief in a supreme being and have good moral character. Freemasonry does not interfere with duties that a man owes to his God, his country, his neighbors or his family. It helps a good man become a better man, father, husband, brother or son.
Those wishing to join Freemasonry must ask a member. Freemasons do not solicit members. You must approach a Freemason or Masonic lodge on your own accord in order to be considered for the degrees of Freemasonry.
In order to be considered a candidate for the Degrees of Freemasonry you must:
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