7/10/11

Anyone here traveling?

Comments (23)

7/11/11

Ah yes my good sir. There is a secret lodge that of which I cannot divulge on this here forum. All ye masons hail!

"The problem with Socialism is that eventually you run out of other peoples money"

  • Margaret Thatcher

Investment Banking Interview Course

7/11/11

I win here, I win there...

7/11/11

You think you're special because you're part of the Freemasons. Well, I'm part of the Illuminati. (/|/)

7/11/11
gobigorgohome:

You think you're special because you're part of the Freemasons. Well, I'm part of the Illuminati. (/|/)

My Freemason brethren and I shall strike you down into the abyss! Thou shalt prepare for battle or perish.

"The problem with Socialism is that eventually you run out of other peoples money"

  • Margaret Thatcher
7/11/11
7/11/11

If anyone is actually serious, feel free to pm me. Thanks,

If the glove don't fit, you must acquit!

Investment Banking Interview Course

7/11/11

Are you a mason too?

7/20/11

I am, are you? I will be visiting NYC in August and wish to attend a meeting and fellowship.

CanadianPositiveCarry:

Are you a mason too?

If the glove don't fit, you must acquit!

7/11/11

Really???

7/20/11

Ask a Mason....

Fear is the greatest motivator. Motivation is what it takes to find profit.

7/20/11

It's a philanthropic group(for men) if philanthropy interests you then I would look into it. So I would think its resume booster, but do it for the right reasons.

Fear is the greatest motivator. Motivation is what it takes to find profit.

7/20/11

Also you have to be religious to be invited to join. No atheists allowed.

7/20/11

Yeah i get all of that I was just hoping someone who knew a mason or was a mason could comment on the expierence.

7/20/11

Usually, being "religious" is up to your definition. You will be asked if you believe in a Supreme Being but will not be asked (and not rightful to ask in Masonic conduct!) which religion you are in. So even if you do not subscribe to a particular religion, if you believe a Supreme Being/God/Allah/Something, you can become a Mason.

On invitation: No, that is not true in the US. You have to ASK a Mason rather than wait for a Mason to come give you an invitation. The best way to explore for the curious to go visit a lodge (or many lodges, that's better for different lodges have different personalities) and see how the people are like there, and if you like it you can ask what you can do further. Whether they admit you or not is another question.

7/11/11

i only hang with scottish and templar folk... sorrrryu

7/20/11

lol, 33rd degree right here

-MBP

7/20/11

No.

7/20/11

I've considered joining but not just yet. Why do you ask?

Get busy living

7/20/11

Yes - these are additional degrees for people who are already Masons.

I see that you're in NYC, are you already a Freemason? If so, which Lodge?

7/20/11
7/20/11

"Let us endeavor so to live that when we come to die even the undertaker will be sorry."
-- Mark Twain

Add a Comment