The Economist: A global history of the Freemasons


The Economist: A global history of the Freemasons

(by editorial board, The Economist, August 28, 2020)

 

Since they first came to prominence in the alehouses of 18th-century London, the Freemasons have proved adept at self-promotion. From their blindfolded initiation ceremony, obscure rituals and symbols and infamous handshake, the organisation has grasped the powerful attraction of mystery as a recruiting tool. Today the secret society has around 6m members, most of them in America…

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