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Erik's Masonic Journey

Sun, 12 May 2002

I've been pretty busy working on the details for Bro. Kinney's visit next weekend, but in the meantime I've had some time to look around on the net and collect some good links, like I used to.

First, I came across a link by a fellow gamer and Freemason who has posted his personal feelings and experiences about Masonry on the web. It's very well done, and he makes some good points. He's about the same age as me, so it's neat to see that some of our thoughts on the subject are similar. To read more, visit Tim's Freemasonry Page.

I also found an interesting article by Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. titled Why My Dog is Not a Humanist, wherein he mentions Freemasonry. I haven't read it yet, but Vonnegut is a great author with a lot of great insight, so perhaps some of you might find it interesting.

Finally, I'm currently reading The Freemasons by Jasper Ridley. It's a great book, and I would recommend it for every Freemason and every Lodge library. Ridley does a great job of looking at the Fraternity from an outsider's point of view and describing what he sees in a frank and honest manner.

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