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Erik's Masonic Journey

Wed, 27 Sep 2000

I wasn't planning on adding a new entry today, but I have such a long list of backlogged links I wish to share that I thought I should. First I'd like to direct everybody to the Mystic Sojourner Page, which contains a number of very interesting articles that share a very spiritual view of Freemasonry. They speak to great lengths on symbolism in Masonry. Also, the very attractive webpage of the Grand Loge de France has some good articles. Don't worry, there's an English section!

The eternally informative Bro. Paul Bessel has collected a list of All the Grand Lodges in the World, including "mainstream" grand lodges, Prince Hall grand lodges, and "other" grand lodges. This last category includes clandestine and unrecognized organizations. It's interesting to see that there's even a clandestine Grand Lodge in Oregon: the Most Worshipful St. Joseph Grand Lodge of Oregon. I couldn't find them on the web, so if anybody has information about this organization I'd be most interested in hearing it.

On to the individual lodge pages! Valley Lodge No. 499 in West Pittston, Pennsylvania, has an excellent page which includes a good collection of Masonic links. They have a program where they are selling custom Masonic glassware. One dollar from each glass sold goes to the Valley Lodge Christmas Charity Fund. I also came across a site calling itself "an information portal to all of the Masonic Lodges of the Black Hills of South Dakota". It is very nicely put together with excellent graphics and a wonderful layout. Please check it out!

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