There’s no such thing as a 33rd Degree Freemason. Therefore your question is asking something that is impossible to attain. So the answer to your question is: Never; there’s no such thing.Read more »
There are currently some really odd petitions that go before the White House on their petitions page. The only thing that has held true since this petition system was created is that nothing ever happens, no matter how many “people” sign the online petition, unless it’s politically expedient to make a speech about it.
Then a speech is made, and the petition is quickly forgotten.
There’s a new one that just popped up on July 5th regarding Freemasonry:
Prevention of fraud being committed by organizations falsely presenting themselves as the Fraternity of Freemasons. Read more »
Dan Truax remembers when one of his closest friends joined the Freemasons. He gave him a sideways look and a crooked smile and said “You’re doing what?”
That was about four years ago. Now the 44-year-old Onalaska man is a Mason himself; his buddy, Dave O’Neill, is preparing to serve his first term as head of their lodge.
Having found an outlet for their desire to better themselves and their community — and a sense of camaraderie they hadn’t felt since their days in the Air Force, they are hoping to dispel some of the myths that surround the centuries-old group.