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 »
Answer: However you want.
Some believe the Compass points should always be pointed towards you to constantly remind you of your obligation. I disagree with this on a number of points, first: every Mason knows where he was first made a Mason. Next, every Mason already has something that he is given to constantly remind him of stuff.
The ring should be worn as the apron is; as an outward sign to others that you’re a Mason. If you wear your apron backwards, then – by all means – wear your ring upside down with the Compass points towards you. If not … well, the Compass points away – so that others may see that you’re a Freemason and that you’re proud of your fraternity.
I know that goal of Freemasonry is to make world a little bit better and that their main values are liberty, equality and fraternity. But why does the music industry use their symbols accompanied by naked girls and slogans like “let’s die young”? I’d like to ask real freemasons.
The goal of Freemasonry is to make good men better men.
The core values of Freemasonry are four of the cardinal virtues: prudence (to help each man to make good decisions), temperance (to help a man practice self restraint), fortitude (to give a man confidence through tough times) and justice (every man needs a moral compass).
I mean, Christianity is the ONE TRUE EVIL, so why do people love it and hate the real stuff? (Don’t get me wrong, I read the Bible, but it’s the Christianity religion that’s corrupt and stuff)
“The organization that would later be known as the Templar Order was likely founded by Cain, whose ‘mark’ was used as the Templars’ crest. They quickly became the archenemies of the Assassins, who, as opposed to the Templars, fought to allow the people to retain free will.
The Templar Order, also known as the Order of the Knights Templar, were a monastic military order-turned-corporate giant, which was formed during the prehistoric era. The Templars sought to create a perfect world, although the means by which they aimed to do so – through force, control and the destruction of free will – directly contrasted the ideals of their sworn enemies, the Assassin Order.” Read more »