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Freemasons - The silent destroyers. Deist religious cult based on the Knights Templar - Initiation rituals like those of witchcraft

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Wooton-under-Edge freemason's lodgeFreemasons: The silent destroyers - deist religious cult based on the Knights Templar

Have a good look round inside Bristol Freemason's Hall
" ...these people can poison every part of a person's life." Christian ex-masonic judge, 'Christopher', speaks out
Extracts from Bristol 1987 Provincial Yearbook & Full texts of first, second, third degree and royal arch masonic rituals


'Inside The Brotherhood' or 'In Interiorul Fratiei': YouTube playlist of Martin Short's outstanding three hour six-part Granada TV documentary from 1989 - parts 1 & 2, parts 3 & 4, parts 5 & 6

Below - My 2011 TV debate with Cardiff Freemason Jim Bevan -|-|-|- Freemasonry and Witchcraft initiation rites compared
"The great strength of our Order lies in its concealment; let it never appear in any place in its own name, but always covered by another name, and another occupation. None is better than the three lower degrees of Free Masonry; the public is accustomed to it, expects little from it, and therefore takes little notice of it. Next to this, the form of a learned or literary society is best suited to our purpose, and had Free Masonry not existed, this cover would have been employed; and it may be much more than a cover, it may be a powerful engine in our hands. By establishing reading societies, and subscription libraries, and taking these under our direction, and supplying them through our labours, we may turn the public mind which way we will." - Adam Weishaupt, founder of the Illuminati in John Robison's Proofs of a Conspiracy, 1793.

Darkness Visible by Walton Hannah (1951)Books, films and ex-Freemason exposees

Without doubt the most useful and accurate information on the Freemasons comes from ex memers of 'the craft'.

Conservative MP for Filton and Bradley Stoke Jack Lopresti outed as a Freemason

The Light Behind Masonry - Bill Schnoebelen (2h:25m - 2006)
Bill Schnoebelen exposes the truth behind the secret club known as Freemasonry. A large percentage of Masons are kept in the dark on purpose so the real agenda can be carried out. Bill exposes the intentions behind the images put forth by the Masons and Shriners. ... See also Exposing The Illuminati From Within

Anything To Declare? - BBC Southern Eye Freemasonry & Vested Interests (30m. - 2000)
BBC present clear proof of masonic corruption in planning decisions and on planning committees. Do we need a register of freemasons or are freemasons being unfairly singled out?Secret Society with secret ceremonies, protect and promote fellow members.Guilds disappeared but the secret symbols. Quarrying areas are densely masonic. On Portland there are 6 masonic lodges and 500 members. Nationally about 1 in 70 men are freemasons, in Portland it is 1 in 8 ... See also

Rites And Wrongs - ITV West Freemasonry documentary, West Eye View (30m.- 1999)
This fascinating documentary goes behind the bricked-up windows of the Masonic temples to reveal the secrets of the craft. "Why does anybody need to throw a rope around your neck and present you with a sharp blade to reinforce their obligations? The masons say that Freemasonry is not and never has been a secret society. The Masonic province of Gloucestershire, is based at Wotton-under-Edge. Richard Gillett, a retired bank official, administers an organisation of 4,500 members - grouped in 78 branches, or lodges, across the county.

Riddles In Stone - Secret Architecture of Washington, D.C. (2h:55m - 2008)
America. Why was this nation founded? How was the precise location of Washington, D.C., determined? What is the meaning of the seemingly countless occult images in our nation's capitol? Volume II zeroes in on the Masonic & Rosicrucian influence so prevalent amongst our Founding Fathers as they planned, and began to implement, the layout of America's Capitol.

Please also see the following books too but be careful as many books purporting to expose freemasonry are either badly researched or deliberate disinformation. The best four I have come across, in order of their publication, are:

Proofs Of A Conspiracy Against All The Religions And Governments Of Europe - by Prof. John Robison (1793) - alternate link
Code of the Illuminati: Part III of Memoirs Illustrating the History of Jacobinism by Abbé Augustin Barruel (1798)
Darkness Visible, A Christian Appraisal Of Freemasonry - by Walton Hannah (1951)
The Brotherhood, The Secret World Of The Freemasons - by Stephen Knight (1984)
Inside The Brotherhood, Further Secrets Of Freemasonry - by Martin Short (1989)

My page on the Skull and Bones, the occultist secret society at Yale University
Bristol's masonic Royal Arch synagogue of satan in pictures
Masonic province of Bristol, byelaws from Provincial Yearbook 1987
When a freemason is being initiated into the third degree he is nearly as possible struck on the forehead in the dark, being then pushed back either into a coffin or onto a coffin shape design on the floor. His fellow masons then lift him up and when he opens his eyes he is confronted with a human skull and crossed bones. Under this death threat, and other death threats he swears, as initiated, into each new degree. How then, can any freemason of third degree or higher be trusted, particularly in public office? He is hoodwinked literally and metaphorically, voluntarily placing himself in a cult... and under a curse.
Secret control of planning committees, how knowledge of the masonic cult is suppressed: Two local TV documentaries never shown on UK national television or elsewhere....


Third Degree 'Tracing Board'Great Architect of the Universe?

Important note: Not all masons are aware that freemasonry is used as a cover for evil! Many initiates disapprove of self-seeking criminality and persecution that goes on, particularly at the higher degrees. These higher degrees are controlled by a 'higher' order calling itself 'Illuminated' Masonry.
French and continental 'Grand Orient' Freemasonry is largely separate from 'Anglo-Saxon' Freemasonry, as exemplified by the grand lodges of England, Ireland, Scotland and the USA. Traditionally they have been 'at war'. Anglo-Saxon Freemasonry believes in the 'Great Architect of the Universe' - GAOTU - and its rituals are ostensibly monotheistic (if Luciferian) - whereas Grand Orient Freemasonry is godless.

Dangerous or silly?Articles about freemasonry: Masonic News - Mason's Corner - The Devil in Disguise?

FIRST FIRST TIME ON THE WEB - MASONIC RESEARCH MATERIAL - lists of UK freemasons from the Masonic Yearbook
- Short searchable list from below doc's
- United Grand Lodge of England - list of freemason offices, officers and organisation - Masonic Yearbook (6.7Mb) - reduced size/content searchable PDF and RTF
- Original file as text only - much smaller Masonic Yearbook 2003/4
- Another - less complete - published list of Grand Lodge masons
- searchable .pdf of United Grand Lodge
Glossary of the occult
Inside Bristol's Park Street Masonic Lodge
Freemasonry destroying the Christian Church
Transcript of 1999 Freemason TV documentary: Word and RTF documents
A Christian ex-mason's plea for all masons
Having family trouble? How to lead freemasons away from the lodge
Freemasonry in the top echelons of the British Army
Occult Operators
Institutionalised sycophants?
This site reviewed on Masonic site about anti-Masons!?! Confused?!?!
Some specific alleged victims - interfering with the rule of law?
VOMIT - weekly news-sheet - Victims Of Masonic Ill Treatment
Freemasonry and the occult discussed - A Christian point-of-view from Thomas Harris
the steps of freemasonry from www.shawneemasoniclodge54.comSome of the best up-to-date websites critical of freemasonry:
Why not download a site stripper such as Teleport and 'rip' the whole site?
Gerry Coulter's sites - -
Durham's masonic corruption repair man -
Freemason Watch - - Brilliant!
Catherine Millard - freemason exposee -
Ian Johnston's "antidote to local authority websites" -
Gerry's tribunal case -
Freemasonry and the Templars -
Have a laugh! -
Support Group
Masonic Government -
List of Dorset Masonic Magistrates -
UK anti-Mason site -
Bit crazy but.... -
The steps of freemasonry from  www.corinthianlodge.comList of British Freemasons
1. Help for the victims of freemasonry
2. Since 1973, the SCP has been a frontline ministry confronting the occult and explaining why they are making an impact on our society.

Book extracts:

'The Brotherhood' index
Ex-masons speaking out
From The Universal Book of Craft Masonry:
Information For Candidates
The Officers of the Lodge

Initiation rites
Further Reading:
Critical masonic booklist

'Inside The Brotherhood'
Some pro and anti masonic conversation

*** Masonic www links ***

United Grand Lodge

Complete texts of masonic rituals - three craft degrees and royal arch

The following rituals are copied directly from the small black (craft) and red (royal arch) books of masonic ritual given to candidates. In these books many expressions are represented only by their initial letter or, in the case of passwords and similar words simply by a blank underscore line. These have all been completed by an ex-royal arch freemason for publication here on the web.

Links to the full texts of initiation rituals

1st Degree Entered Apprentice
2nd Degree Fellow Craft
3rd Degree Master Mason
Royal Arch (Knights Templar) Ceremony

Note on substitution of 'penalties'

These small Masonic ritual books include an alternative form or 'substituted text' introduced by masonic officials as a response to criticism of the ritual 'penalties' where the candidate willingly places him or herself under various gruesome threats of death if masonic secrets are revealed. When freemasons are accused of using death threats in their initiation rites they often attempt to rebuke such criticism by saying that these have now been substituted for a tamer form of words. This substitution is optional in the original book text.

The modern, alternative form of the penalty is 'ever bearing in mind the traditional penalty' rather than the older form which is 'under no less a penalty'. The original 'no lesser penalty' is used here.

The three craft rituals have been extracted from the following masonic publication:

as demonstrated in the

Compiled by and published with the approval of the Committee of the Emulation Lodge of Improvement

A LEWIS (Masonic Publishers) Ltd.
Terminal House, Shepperton, Middlesex, TW17 8AS

ISBN 085318 006 7

Masonic province of Bristol, byelaws from Provincial Yearbook 1987

Extracted from Bristol Freemasons' Provincial Yearbook 1987


Events of the past year have followed the usual pattern for the Province. There have appeared in local newspapers some anti--Masonic reports and the Provincial Office has received requests for Masonic information. Invitations to talk on T.V. and a request to bring T. V. cameras into the building to interview members have been made. All these impudent requests were politely turned down. We must all understand that a refusal to answer questions must be maintained under such circumstances. Silence must be our policy. The letters from the Grand Secretary are most informative and he has given us guidelines for dealing with the media. Brethren who have encountered difficulties from outside should inform our Provincial Secretary who keeps a record of all such occurrences.

The Annual Meeting of Provincial Grand Lodge was held on Saturday, 9th May 1987 in the Conference Room of the Council House. A very good attendance was recorded. We were pleased to welcome several Provincial Grand Masters and their officers and' it was a most happy meeting. V.W. Bro. Jack Smallcombe was re-appointed as Deputy Provincial Grand Master. W. Bro. P.M. Stevens (5052) was invested as Provincial Senior Grand Warden and W. Bro. E.J. Higgs (7401) was invested as Provincial Junior Grand Warden. I must thank our two retiring Wardens, W. Bro. A. G. Hopton (4503) and W. Bro. RS. Smith (4701) for their splendid work throughout the year. They well supported the Masters and did much to raise monies for the organ fund.

As every member must know the organ in No. 1 Lodge Room has given trouble for a long time. It has now been restored to its former glory. Unforeseen difficulties were encountered which prevented the organ builders from completing the repairs in time for our first meetings in September. It is now finished and sounds a different instrument and our organists are happy with it. A celebration organ recital together with a buffet took place on 24th October, Bro. F.J.C. Bray (5052), Bro Ivan Fowler (1404) and Bro. C.J.C. Hart (3663) played, with Bro. Michael Taylor (1404) Baritone as Soloist. Families were invited and it was an enjoyable occasion.

Demonstrations of our unique working have been given in other Provinces and requests have been received taking us up to 1989.

We have entertained several visitors from overseas including the Grand Historian of the Grand Lodge of Oregon, W. Bro. Martin Nickelsen and a party of German bretl1ren who were guests of Royal Clarence Lodge.

Parts of the building have undergone repairs and new equipment has been fitted in the kitchen which will greatly assist our catering staff and in turn benefit us on the receiving end. The dining rooms, vestibule and lower floor have been decorated and a more cheerful atmosphere now exists. Our Board Member W. Bro. B.R Woodward has to be thanked for supervising al1 this work. Appropriate table place indicator badges for use at Provincial Grand Lodge visits have been made by W. Bro. D.A. Knights-Branch (Provincial Grand Treasurer) and wands in Nos. 1 and 3 Lodge Rooms have been refurbished by W. Bro. R. S. Smith. We are indebted to these brethren for so kindly thinking of these improvements.

A new portrait of the Grand Master, Bro. His Royal Highness the Duke of Kent now adorns the Vestibule.

At the Annual Investiture in London our Deputy Provincial Grand Master was promoted to Past Grand Sword Bearer and W. Bro. D.H. Fox (7401) was appointed to the rank of Past Assistant Grand Director of Ceremonies and on the following day he received the rank of Past Grand Standard Bearer in Supreme Grand Chapter. Hearty congratulations are due to both these brethren on these well earned honours.

The Annual Carol Service at St. Mary Redcliffe Church was again well attended. The willingness of the church authorities in granting us the great privilege of using their beautiful edifice is fully appreciated by the Province.

The Royal Arch Chapters of the Province have enjoyed an interesting year and a number of visitors were recorded. The ceremonies have been very well presented and I congratulate the Principals for their zeal and enthusiasm. I commend all Master Masons who are not Royal Arch Masons seriously to consider joining one of our Chapters.

The Annual Convocation of Provincial Grand Royal Arch Chapter took place at Park Street on 22nd May. E. Companion Jack Smallcombe was re-appointed as Second Provincial Grand Principal and E. Companion B.R Woodward (3145) was appointed, obligated and installed as Third Provincial Grand Principal. E. Companion

A.G. Hopton (6673) was invested as Provincial Grand Director of Ceremonies on the retirement of E. Companion A.M. Graves (686) who has for twelve years served the Province with dignity and distinction. We thank him and wish him a long and happy retirement.

Now that the Grand Charity appeal is completed and our Organ Fund finished a "Bristol Masonic Charitable Trust" is in process of being formed. This will be a permanent fund with wider objects than the Bristol Masonic Benevolent Institution and it will have power to give support to worthy non-Masonic Charities in our own area. More news will be forthcoming shortly.

Our Librarian and Archivist and his willing assistants have found more treasures hidden in the Library. Brethren should visit this fascinating room on our top floor to see the interesting books and Masonic items there. Brethren with anything of interest. even old menus and summonses should show them to W. Bro. Haugh who will be pleased to display them.

In June Bro. Peter Dibb (4561) retired from his duties as Hall Keeper. We thank him for his good services during the past five years and wish him and Mrs. Dibb a long and happy retirement

Bro. W. Holman (2943) has been appointed Hall Keeper and he and Mrs. Holman are now in residence in the flat at the top of our building.

Membership has fallen slightly due to deaths and brethren moving out of the district. Younger members are needed to fill offices in the lodges and chapters. There are pamphlets available from the Secretary's office which explain Freemasonry and its objects and are suitable for handing to non-Masonic friends who may show an interest in joining our Order.

Let us look forward to another happy year in 1988. I offer good wishes and fraternal greetings to every member of the Province.

A.G.J. Mickleburgh,

Provincial Grand Master,

Grand Superintendent in and over the Province of Bristol. December, 1987


HALL KEEPER Brother William A. Holman

The Hall is NOT open to Members nor to Visiting Brethren until 5.30 p.m., Monday to Friday evenings Ground Floor and Basement ONLY (Service lighting); Saturdays 4.0 p.m. There is no access to the First or Second Floors (Monday to Friday evenings) for Meet-ings or Rehearsals until 6.0 p.m. The service entrance in Hill Street is never available to Members nor to Visiting Brethren.

Passenger Lift is NOT available until 6.0 p.m.

After-Meetings to terminate at 10.30 p.m. prompt whereby Treasurers, Stewards and Brethren are clear of the premises before Final Closing Time - 11.15 p.m.

Arrangements for emergency Meetings as well as additional Rehearsals and/or Committee Meetings - other than Regular Meet-ings, etc., listed on pages 11 to 21- to be made with the Hall Manager.

Rentals to be remitted to the Provincial Office.

Telephone Call Box (Kiosk) situated on right of swing doors to Basement Cloak Rooms at foot of main staircase. Usual Telephone Call Box charges.

All Smoking is prohibited above the Ground Floor (except in Committee Rooms on second floor)




In accordance with the Book of Constitutions (Rule 65) a Provincial Grand Lodge consists of the Provincial Grand Master, the present and past Provincial Grand officers, the Provincial Grand Stewards for the year, the Master, Past Masters and Wardens of all Lodges in the Province, and Past Masters of any Lodge under the English Constitution, if members of Grand Lodge; but no Brother can be a member of a Provincial Grand Lodge unless he is a subscribing member of a Lodge within such Province.


A Provincial Grand Lodge shall be held once at least in every year, on the Second Friday in February, at half-past seven o'clock in the evening, or on such other day or at such other time as the Provincial Grand Master may appoint. At least seven days previous to each Meeting a Summons shall be sent by the Provincial Grand Secretary to the actual Provincial Grand Officers, and also to all other Brethren entitled to attend the Provincial Grand Lodge and whose names shall have been returned pursuant to Article XV.


At every Meeting of the Provincial Grand Lodge it shall be the especial duty of the Provincial Grand Director of Ceremonies and his Assistant, and of the Provincial Grand Pursuivant and his Assistant, to guard against the admission of any but those entitled to attend or who are duly invited under the authority of the Provincial Grand Master or his Deputy; and to see that all are properly clothed and wearing the Jewel of their present or past Office.


The Provincial Grand Registrar shall have the custody of the Seal of the Provincial Grand Lodge, and shall affix, or authorise the Provincial Grand Secretary to affix, the same to all Documents issued by the authority of the Provincial Grand Lodge, to which the Provincial Grand Lodge shall direct the Seal to be affixed. He shall take care that all Documents to-which the Seal is affixed are in due form.


The Provincial Grand Secretary shall keep a Register, in which shall be inserted the names of the present and past Officers of the Provincial Grand Lodge. He shall also record, or cause to be recorded, the names of the members present at each Meeting of Provincial Grand Lodge.

NOTE- Correct minutes of the proceedings of the Provincial Grand Lodge or of ally Board or Committee thereof, shall be properly kept in suitable books for the purpose, which shall be produced by the Provincial Grand Master for the inspection of the Grand Master or the Grand Lodge, whenever required. - Vide Constitutions, "Provincial and District Grand Lodges, .. Rule 82.


The Provincial Grand Lodge being opened, the minutes of the last regular Provincial Grand Lodge and of any intervening Especial Provincial Grand Lodge, are to be read and put for confirmation, and all other business then regularly proceeded with.


It being very desirable that all matters of business to be brought under the consideration of Provincial Grand Lodge, shall, so far as practicable, be previously made known to the Members. Any Member of the Provincial Grand Lodge intending to move any resolution, or to submit any matter for its consideration and decision, shall state in writing, the substance of his intended motion or business, and transmit the same to the Provincial Grand Master or his Deputy, through the Provincial Grand Secretary, at least twenty-eight days before the meeting of the Provincial Grand Lodge at which the same is to be considered and decided on. The substance of such intended motion or business shall be inserted in the Summonses for such meeting, and no motion or other matter shall be brought into discussion in the Provincial Grand Lodge, until such communication shall have been first made, unless the permission of the Provincial Grand Master, or his Deputy, shall have been first obtained. This regulation does not extend to the Provincial Grand Master, or his Deputy, who may, without any previous notice, at all times introduce, or permit to be introduced, any matter for the consideration and decision of the Provincial Grand Lodge as occasion may require.


At the meeting of the Provincial Grand Lodge to be held in the month of February annually, the Provincial Grand Officers shall be nominated, installed and invested by the Provincial Grand Master, or his Deputy, and at the same time a Treasurer shall be elected, who is thereby authorised to receive all monies belonging or payable to the Provincial Grand Lodge, and discharge all accounts due therefrom.

NOTE- The Treasurer is required to keep a regular account of his. receipts. and payments, and to produce such, Accounts at every Provincial Grand Lodge; and the same are to be audited once in each year, and a copy thereof transmitted to the Lodges within the Province. - Vide Constitutions, "Provincial and District Grand Lodges," Rule 85.


The Furniture, Jewels, and all other Property 'belonging to the Provincial Grand Lodge, shall be under the care of the Provincial Grand Treasurer, who shall be responsible for the same. An Inventory thereof shall be made and kept, and on every change in the Office of Treasurer, the newly-elected Treasurer shall ascertain by examination that all the Furniture, Jewels, and other Property comprised in such Inventory are forthcoming, and sign a memorandum to that effect, but, in case he shall find any article missing, he shall make a special note thereof, and forthwith report the same to the Provincial Grand Master, or his Deputy.


The Treasurer's Accounts shall be audited by two Masters, or Past Masters of Lodges, to be appointed by the Provincial Grand Master, or his Deputy, previously to the Annual Meeting of the Provincial Grand Lodge. At such Meeting such Audited Accounts shaH be read, and a copy thereof forthwith transmitted by the Provincial Grand Secretary to the Lodges within the Province.


In order to establish a Local Fund, to be appropriated to Charitable and other Masonic purposes, each Lodge in the Province shall pay to the Provincial Grand Lodge 60p per annum for every contributing Member, and £1.00 for every Brother who has been initiated. Fee for registering a new Lodge £2.10.


Every Brother on his first appointment to anyone of the following offices, shall pay to the Provincial Grand Lodge the following Fees of Office, viz:-

The Deputy Provincial Grand Master. . . . . . .. £5.00

Provincial Grand Wardens, each. . . . . . . ... .. £10.00

Provincial Grand Chaplains, each. . .. . . . .. .. £10.00

Provincial Grand Treasurer. . . . . . . . . . .. . . .. £10.00

Provincial Grand Registrar. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. £10.00

Provincial Grand Secretary. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. nil

Provincial Grand Deacons, each. . . . . . . . . . .. £10.00

All other Officers (except Provincial Grand Stewards) ,... . . . . . . . . . . . .. £10.00

Provincial Grand Stewards, each. . . . . . . . . . . .. £5.00

Any Brother appointed to Past Provincial Grand Rank (in accordance with Rule 69, Book of Constitutions) shall pay the Fee appropriate to his Office.


The Fees specified in Article XII, shall not be payable on the re-appointment of any Past Provincial Grand Officer to the same office, nor on the appointment of any Past Provincial Grand Officer to an office inferior in rank to that which he has before held, and in respect of which he has paid an appointment fee. And any Brother who may be promoted from an inferior to a superior office in the Provincial Grand Lodge shall pay one-half only of the fee payable in respect of the office to which he is advanced.


No Brother shall be allowed to rank as a Past Provincial Grand Officer unless he has paid his appointment fee and served in his office for one term, or has been appointed to Past Provincial Grand Rank in accordance with Rule 69, Book of Constitutions.


The Master of each Lodge in the Province shall annually, on or after the 31 st day of December, but in no case later than the 21 st day of January next following, cause a correct Return up to December 31 st of its Members, and the Brethren initiated or admitted therein during the preceding twelve months, with the dates of the joining, initiation, passing and raising of each Brother, to be made out in the prescribed form, and signed by him, and delivered to the Provincial Grand Secretary, and shall at the same time pay the sums of money due or payable to the Provincial Grand Lodge by virtue of Article XI. At the same time such Master shall cause a Return, signed by him, to be made to the Provincial Grand Secretary, of each Member of his Lodge claiming to be entitled to attend the Provincial Grand Lodge.


Should any Lodge neglect for one whole year to make its Returns and Payments agreeably to Article» XI. and XV.. the Master, Wardens and Past Masters of such Lodge shall not. without the especial permission of the Provincial Grand Master. or his Deputy, be allowed to attend any Meeting of the Provincial Grand Lodge until such Returns and Payments shall have been made. And in case of continued neglect after admonition. such Lodge shall be reported to the Grand Lodge of England, and such measures adopted as are warranted by the Laws and Constitutions of the Order.


If at any time it shall hereafter be deemed advisable to repeal all, any, or either of these By-Laws, and to substitute any other By- Law or By- Laws, such proposed amendment shall, before the same is proposed in Provincial Grand Lodge, be reduced into writing, and submitted to the Provincial Grand Master or his Deputy, and if found not to contain anything contrary to the Constitutions or the Ancient Landmarks of the Order. then such amendment may be proposed in Provincial Grand Lodge (subject to the regulations contained in Article VII.). and. if the proposition be seconded. the question shall be put thereon for the opinion of the Provincial Grand Lodge. If approved by a majority of the Members, then present, such amended By-Laws shall be forwarded to the Grand Master for his approval, and, on this being obtained, shall become the By- Laws of the Provincial Grand Lodge.


These By-Laws, Rules and Regulations shall be binding on all the Lodges within the Province, unless and until the same shall be legally repealed or altered in pursuance of Article XVII., and the same shall be forthwith printed for use of the Provincial Grand Lodge Officers and the Lodges of the Province.

We have perused the afore going By-laws, and find they do not contain anything contrary to the Constitutions or the Ancient Landmarks of the Order.


Provincial Grand Master


Deputy Provincial Grand Master


Provincial Grand Secretary,

BRISTOL, January 31st, 1913

Approved by the M.W. GRAND MASTER,


18th February, 1913

By-Law XI amended and approved 25th March, 1929; 20th June 1952; 14th July, 1978 and 12th May, 1984.

Addition to By-Law III - last sentence - approved 20th August, 1964.

By-Law XII amended and approved 12th May, 1984.

By-Law XIII amended and approved 12th May, 1984.

By-Law XI amended and approved 11 th May, 1985.

By-Law XII amended and approved 11th May, 1985.

By-Law XII amended and approved 10th May, 1986.


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Freemasons - The silent destroyers. Deist religious cult based on the Knights Templar - Initiation rituals like those of witchcraft

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