What is Masonry

What is Freemasonry?

Freemasonry is one of the world’s oldest and largest fraternal and charitable organisations in a traditional and strong non-political and non-religious form of associating, a society of man bonding each other only through the universal moral values, building an ethical approach to the life through a ritual and ceremonial progression in а form of one symbolic and allegorical suggestivism, еnnobling men’s life in the light of Tolerance, true Friendship, and the Faith in the Spiritual Principle of the human values.

In its essence, Masonry is a peculiar system of morality, veiled in allegory and illustrated by symbols. This brief but profound philosophical explanation comprehends the essence of the Masonic life, whose complex meaning a Mason reveals gradually, through the process of learning, upgrading, “grinding”, developing, cooperating, loving, helping,… the process that in itself it contains all the attributes of what it means to become better and better person as the days go by.

What does it mean to be a Mason?

From the Freemason is expected high moral standing, belief in one Universal Principle of ethical and creative values, acknowledging and respecting of the universal human right and freedom on belief and persuasion, а will for moral self-building, commitment in the concern for people and the environment, willingness for helping those and where help is needed.