The Independent Order of Odd Fellows has long promoted goodwill among all, but its disbanded lodges had a habit of leaving behind human remains for the new occupants to discover.
In 1800, a young man with the unlikely name of Salem Town waited outside the Masonic lodge in Granville, New York, wondering who would enter ... He began to watch the “mysterious order of men” in ...
The mysterious treasure hunt—for everything from the Ark of the Covenant to Shakespeare’s manuscripts—continues to baffle ...
He was of the Baptist faith and held a 50-year membership with the Hill City Masonic Lodge. He also held memberships with the Scottish Rite, York Rite, Order of the Eastern Star, VFW Post 4848 ...
flowers and dashes represent the 3 degrees of Ancient Craft Freemasonry. The arranging of the dots around the cookie were strategically placed to form the 5 Pointed Star; the symbol of the Order ...
Freemasonry is not a religion per se, but agnostics or atheists cannot belong, said Brent Morris, a Masonic historian, editor of the Scottish Rite Journal ... as the Ancient Arabic Order Nobles ...
The New York Shrine Association ... was known as the Ancient Arabic Order of the Nobles of the Mystic Shrine when it was established in 1870, as an associate group to Freemasonry.
Scottish Rite of Freemasonry S.J., the Royal Order of Scotland Provincial Grand Lodge and Provincial Grand Chapter H.R.M., St. Augustine Conclave of the Knights of the Red Cross of Constantine ...
Stateside, he was stationed at Sampson Air Force Base, New York ... the Masons, Job’s Daughters and the Shriners. He was raised to a 32nd degree Mason through the Scottish Rite order, in ...
An active member of the Za-Ga-Zig Masonic Temple and Scottish Rite. Ruth David ... A retired nurse who loved anything about ancient Egypt. George L. Dyer Sr., 78, Ottumwa.