Phoenix Masonry

“We believe that Freemasonry recognizes that times do change and we must grow with them. Our roots are firmly planted in the Renaissance of the Dark Ages, but its branches extend into the future. That future is one of technology, science, literature and music and is a course we as Phoenixmasons (e-Masons) are committed to shine ‘further Light’ upon. We believe in those solemn obligations taken at our sacred altar to provide for the less fortunate, exemplify patriotism, and perform the duties of citizenship. Now, let us enjoy true fellowship attending this electronic Research Society while practicing its principles, tenets and beliefs; ever-remembering that it is the shared synergy of Brotherly Love and affection that heals us both physically and spiritually.” Interesting take on the old style of Masonry, as I understand it from the outside. I’ve had a sneaking suspicion that Masonry has become Moribund… Perhaps these “e masons” will build a new future for the Craft…

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Author: Jorah Lavin

I grew up in New England, moved to the Carolinas in '98 to start working at what was then a large regional bank and is now a really big nationwide bank. I work doing intranet content management and intranet site management for said bank. After work, I watch movies & eat. I started knitting years ago in order to take a break from my school work. I haven't stopped yet. I'm also learning to spin. I blog about knitting on A Tinker's Damn: http://jorahlavin.wordpress.com/