FREEMASONRY AND CULTURE


Freemasonry and Culture

It is organized as a fellowship of men, a system of morals, a philosophy taught by degrees through the use of symbol, story, legend, pictures, and drama. It has served as a center of union among differing backgrounds, cultures, and countries. It serves as the means of conciliating true friendship among persons, who, because of differences, must have otherwise remained at a perpetual distance. – Harry Truman

 

MASONIC REFERENCES IN LITERATURE

MASONIC REFERENCES IN CINEMA AND TV

MASONIC REFERENCES IN POPULAR CULTURE

FREEMASONRY AND MUSIC

MASONIC ART

SEVEN LIBERAL ARTS

FAMOUS ARTISTS – FREEMASONS

 

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Freemasonry and Culture

 

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