The secret is out, and it was even penned by one of our own: Priory Gate Masonic Lodge.
From the article:
“In the wider world and popular press, Freemasonry has a reputation of being a secret society. Actually it’s not.
Secret societies don’t tend to throw black tie dinners and invite as many of their friends and families as they can find…nor do they tend to let out their Head Office as a film set. Those of you familiar with the BBC’s Spooks, might not know that the imposing front door of ‘Thames House’ is actually Freemasons Hall in Gt. Queen Street – a few hundred yards from the Eagle Street offices of Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research.
However, the one thing that Freemasons do seem very good at keeping secret is the fact that the organisation is one of the UK largest single contributors to charity, second only to the National Lottery.”
You can read the whole article HERE.