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GRAND LODGE OF FREEMASONRY FOR MEN AND WOMEN

(The only Grand Lodge of Freemasonry for Men and Women In the UK)

 

                 Per Ardua ad Spiritus - Spiritus est qui Unificat

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The Grand Lodge of Freemasonry for Men and Women was Inaugurated on the 18th February 2001, as a result of a need of an Order for Freemasonry freed from the dictates of other Obedience's (and also requiring belief in a supreme being).  These dictates precluded young Masons from reaching Grand Lodge level and as such assisting with the policies of the future.     

The Order was created especially to meet a need to provide a modern organisation in the Millennium; maintaining the ancient Landmarks and Principles of Freemasonry, alongside similar Masonic Orders in England, such as the singular masculine and women’s Masonic Orders.   It was seen to be of paramount importance to very senior members who were the Founders of the Order, that it is essential that all members, whether in Great Britain or overseas, certify that they have a belief in a Supreme Being.

The sharing of responsibilities of officering a lodge regardless of gender, race or creed brings a vibrant enthusiasm to common responsibilities of Officering a Lodge.

The three great principles of Masonry being Brotherly Love, Relief and Truth are essential to the Order and are the basis of the harmony in Lodges.

With the beginning of the Millennium and the beginning of the Grand Lodge of Freemasonry for Men and Women, it was considered unnecessary to continue with the expression Co-Mason, and to use the one word ‘Freemason’ to express the name of the individual.  It was Dr.Annie Besant who said in 1927 at the Festival to commemorate the Founding of the Order of Universal Co-Masonry in the British Federation (later called International Co-Freemasonry Le Droit Humain).  ‘In forming what was at first called in England  ‘Joint Freemasonry’ and in France where the Order took its birth, ‘Maconnierie Mixte’  we did not think that would be a very favourable title for us here in England, the term might have been misunderstood, and so we at first chose the word ‘Joint’ and then, a little later, taking the idea from the education of boys and girls together, we used the prefix ‘Co’  to represent our position, and called it ‘Co-Masonry’.     

So we, the new moderns, insist that, as we are unable to recognise International Co-Freemasonry, Le Droit Humain, and as an entirely British Organisation, we are now known to all as Freemasons, regardless of gender.

Our Overseas Lodges are independent Grand Lodges but work to our Constitution at present, the Ancient Landmarks are adhered to, and a Belief in a Supreme Being is an essential requirement for all membership.

 Declaration of the - Grand Lodge of Freemasonry

for Men and Women

 

Annie Besant brought Freemasonry for Men and Women to England in 1902 after she had been initiated in Paris in a Lodge of 'Mixte Masonry' in an Order called Le Droit Humain. It seemed to Annie Besant, that Masonry had something to add to her spiritual progress. As a member of the Theosophical Society, she recognised that Freemasonry would attract men and women from all walks of life, who wished to work together to serve humanity through Freemasonry.

 

A Co-Masonic Lodge was Consecrated on 26th September 1902 in London and was given the title Lodge Human Duty No.6. of which Dr.Besant was the first ruler.

In London she soon found that she and the English Masons who joined Human Duty Lodge which she had established, were unhappy about the French approach in Freemasonry, which did not recognise the importance of God or a belief in a Supreme Being in their Ceremonial work.

Early in the last century, Annie Besant discussed these differences with the Supreme Council in Paris, which had been formed in 1899.  She requested that Co-Masonry in England should abide by that important Landmark of Freemasonry, which required all Candidates for Freemasonry to hold a belief in God or a Supreme Being, and that this  belief  in God must be central to the rituals they used.

In 1904, the Dharma Ritual  was published in which the Supreme Being or God was firmly established as essential to the Ceremonies in that Ritual….This Ritual was  revised and expanded in 1916 and has been revised again by our Order to suit the years of the Millennium.  

In 1925, speaking in Kensington to a Theosophical audience, Dr.Besant expressed her differences with the French approach, and summarised  the agreements that had been made with earlier Supreme Councils as follows:

 ‘If (Masonry) is really anything, it is a presentment by symbol and by legend of the great fundamental truths of human life and human evolution;  and therefore, just as in the great Mysteries – of which its forms are really the vessels surviving – no distinction of sex is permitted; and because of that act in what we call Co-Masonry, it came into the position of being a possible instrument for helping in the evolution of mankind …. into the really  Universal Brotherhood which it   proclaims.   The difficulty in the French Masonry, where this movement, Le Droit Humain originated, was that they left out that universal landmark of Masonry, the recognition of the Great Architect of the Universe.  But when some of us here, Theosophists, became Masons, taking our Initiations, as we had to, from France, we said quite frankly that we could do nothing (with Freemasonry ) in England unless that great landmark was restored,  as we believed in the Existence (of God).  As they were willing to accept us believing in Him, it was necessary that we should be given perfect freedom to use His name in our Rituals and to acknowledge His Power in our workings. So that, in this respect, English Freemasonry differs from the French ----- certainly so far as we are concerned, we follow the English usage and not that of the French’.

This Annie Besant ‘Concord’ was extended to all Anglo-Saxon Countries in which Annie Besant started Co-Freemasonry and it converted the Order from a Francophone organisation to an International body.

This basic information is meaningful to those, the Founders of this Order, who agreed that Masonry must retain the Landmark of an essential belief in God, a Supreme Being, to qualify for Membership in Freemasonry as we have all Obligated ourselves to do. Our Lodges are solemnly Consecrated, Constituted and Warranted according to ancient custom. 

Freemasons who follow the Besant tradition of Freemasonry, which affirms the ancient landmark of a Supreme Being, believe that Freemasonry is a modern form of the Ancient Mysteries devoted to sacred rather than secular causes, and which values the autonomy of varied traditions within a brotherly unity of mutual respect.

A number of Senior Freemasons inaugurated this Order to maintain the essential Landmarks.  On February 18th 2001 the Grand Lodge of Freemasonry for Men and Women was Consecrated, Constituted and Warranted to ensure that the Landmarks of Ancient Freemasonry and the Concord that Annie Besant negotiated for Anglo-Saxon Freemasonry was maintained. Today this New Order proudly carries the inheritance she worked so hard to give to future generations. This inheritance commenced in 1902 when she said ‘a Masonic movement open to men and women alike could be made a powerful influence for good in the world’ and through her influence the interest of mixed masonry spread rapidly to many countries.

The essential requirement of a belief in a Supreme Being and the use of the V.S.L. writings of the great religions is the most important Landmark of Ancient Freemasonry. Without this, Masonic rituals, as we all know them, become useless literature without a spiritual aim.

The history of Freemasonry is handed down to each one of us, in its ancient form of mystery and symbolism. We are its inheritors and must maintain its tenets and principles not only in our hearts and minds, but in our Masonic Order.  This new Order the ‘Grand Lodge of Freemasonry for Men and Women’ carries out these principles as do the United Grand Lodge of England and also the Women’s Orders in this Country. We have therefore initiated the Order along similar lines of organisation. 

This Order, however, will not proclaim Brotherly Love simply in the abstract or as a desirable principle, but will prevail on every member to show to each other Brotherly Love, Relief and Truth, in all their dealings. Brethren of this Order will pledge themselves to act, in their relations with each other, with Tolerance, Understanding and Humility.  This is an impressive pledge for each one of us to undertake in our Masonic life.  The term Co-Masons is today a misunderstood title and therefore we consider and acknowledge all members to be ‘Freemasons’. 

We must show our respects to the Great Institutions of Freemasonry which have survived and continued throughout the centuries.  In this Order we provide the opportunity to study and to work in the Craft Degrees.

We declare to maintain the tenets of Brotherly Love, Relief and Truth alongside all recognised Orders of Freemasonry.  To hold fast to the Landmarks and principles so well known to all good men and women. Thus we will show the World that we are faithful to the Perennial Landmarks of symbolism and the Ancient Mysteries of Freemasonry.

Every member in this Order is required to express a belief in a Supreme Being or their respective God. All recognised true Freemasons have a special name for the Supreme Being – in the Craft it is ‘The Great Architect of the Universe’. In each additional or higher degrees the Supreme Being is given a name suitable to the degrees, which is learnt as we progress. 

This Grand Lodge will be composed of a Grand Master, Deputy Grand Master, Assistant Grand Master and all other Officers, some of whom will be Master Masons. Our term of Office for all Grand Officers will generally be for three years.  The Craft is the most important of the Masonic degrees which is governed by a Board of General Purposes. The higher degrees are housed under the title ‘The Grand Conclave’ which is governed and administered by the Supreme Council. 

As a direct result we will be able to engage the energy and knowledge of younger members much earlier than waiting for them to gain the highest degrees.  This will also bring wider consensus and new ideas in place of the old autocratic administration, based purely on rank.  We believe this will unleash the bonds that restrained growth and the appeal of Freemasonry to new members.

This is the Declaration of the Grand Lodge of Freemasonry for Men and Women revised in the year Era Vulgaris 2007. 

 

 INFORMATION REGARDING THE PRESENT MEMBERSHIP:

The Constitution of the Order is based on similar organisational patterns of the masculine only Order, and the Women only Lodges in England. The Craft of the Order being the most important Masonic degrees. We perform in similar drama rituals, the first degree which is the Initiation of Candidates, the second degree of what is known as Fellow Craft, or the journeyman, and the third degree being the highest in Craft masonry. Our Lodges have the same offices as the above mentioned Orders and the Installation of Rulers is performed under the ancient ceremony of an Installation Degree.

Our members take part in Masonic research forums held at various Institutes as well as Universities. They also belong to Luncheon Clubs which meet Masons from differing Orders and Obedience's. A very important part of Masonic work carried out in the name of charity by individual members and by Lodges. Charity in this Order is also importantly considered as caring and concern for their families and for each other.

 

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Origins of Freemasonry

No one knows the true origins of Freemasonry and entire books have been written debating the subject. Some scholars believe that the origins extend as far back as either the Ancient Mysteries, the Crusades, the Jewish religion, the Rosicrucians or the Knights Templar. Although all of these theories have been considered, no firm conclusions have been established and there is a wealth of material for any mason to access if they have an interest in exploring the historical side of Freemasonry.

According to some legends the fraternity dates back specifically to the time of the construction of King Solomon’s Temple. Building such an enormous structure required the workforce to be highly organised. This resulted in the various workers, such as stonemasons and architects, forming themselves into guilds, each with it’s own responsibilities. These legends appeared to be substantiated when the British Archaeologist and Egyptologist, Sir William Petrie, towards the end of the 19th century, unearthed papyrus records in the Liberian desert describing meetings of these guilds. These records not only discussed working hours but also the relief and assistance of workers in distress, widows and orphans. Some scholars however do not feel that there is sufficient data to fully substantiate the claims.

During the Middles Ages masonry focused mainly on the building of great cathedrals which required considerable knowledge of geometry, arithmetic and engineering. It was necessary for these craftsmen to form themselves into guilds to maintain a level of qualification for their members and to protect the secrets of their trade. These craftsmen moved from a finished building to another that was under construction but, as it was not possible to verify a craftsman’s credentials by certificates or union cards, signs and words were used instead. The status of these craft guilds rose to such a height that it became common for leading citizens to become members and they were known as speculative rather than operative masons. As their numbers grew and as the regulations of craftsmen were formalised at national level so the structure of the guilds changed and over the years the Lodges became composed entirely of speculative Freemasons.

The history of Mixed Masonry previously known as Co-Masonry in anglicised countries was established by Annie Besant in England in 1902 and in India in 1904.   Dr. Annie Besant established in Benares, India, a Triangle of three important people, herself, Francesca and George Arundale as a Co-Masonic Order, Le Droit Humain. This Order was firmly established by Dr. Besant in India, Pakistan, Burma, Ceylon, Indonesia, New Zealand and Australia and other countries where she was known for her work as President of The Theosophical Society.

 However, due to changes in countries where government banned such organisations, Freemasonry either went underground or was eliminated. Recently Masonic Orders or obedience's in some countries have felt the need to exam regulations imposed upon them, (or about to be imposed by their Supreme Council). Many countries where the influence of Dr. Annie Besant made differences to the education and social qualities of the poor have now re-established themselves in a new Order following the example of the Grand Lodge of Freemasonry for Men and Women.

 In December 2002, at a Conference in Adyar, India, a new Order was established called The Eastern Order of International Co-Freemasonry. Ties with the Supreme Council of International Co-Freemasonry, Le Droit Humain, were completely severed. Countries who seceded were India and New Zealand together with Lodges and individual members of America, Brazil and Costa Rica. Delegates from our Order, GLF4MW were in attendance to assist and take part in their deliberations. History is changing Masonry and we acknowledge the need for continuous reflection to the needs of members..   

 What are Lodges ?

The term Lodge not only refers to the place in which Masons meet, but it is also the generic name by which a group of Masons are known.

Today Masons meet either in a building specifically built for the purpose of holding Masonic meetings or in a suitable hall into which the Masonic furniture is taken and the Lodge is set up according to ancient tradition. The ancients were reputed to hold their Lodges outside and the teachings would take place with the Masonic images drawn in the dust or sand and wiped away after use. In more recent times Lodges were temporarily convened in buildings for other purposes such as Public Houses where operative Masons would meet to plan their projects, receive their wages and socialise. Training and education would also have taken place here..

What happens in a Lodge ?

agenda is sent to all members of the Lodge informing them of the next meeting and the order of business in a similar manner to any other meeting. The Lodge will be opened in a ceremonial manner that is considered to be the same as it was when Lodges were first formed, drawing on the very elements of Freemasonry. Apologies for absence are received, minutes are approved and signed. The business of the day will be different at each meeting and is decided by the Master and Committee of the Lodge. Usually there will be a ceremony either admitting a new member or conferring a further degree on a candidate who is progressing through the three degrees. Sometimes a study session will take place when a topic relating to Masonry will be discussed. All ceremonies are used to teach Masons an important moral lesson. After the meeting refreshments are usually provided which allows time for social interaction with other members before they leave.

Why do Masons Dress up and have Secret Handshakes ?

 A dress code is given to all members and the gentlemen are expected to wear dark or black suits and the ladies wear black suits/trouser suits with a white blouse. Over this is worn the Masonic Regalia which consists of an apron denoting the degree or rank and Officers wear the collar of their rank.

The regalia was designed to reflect the aprons worn by the Operative Masons which would usually be made of leather to protect themselves as they handled the stones. When non-masons were admitted to the Craft they were called Speculative Masons. These Speculative Masons began to wear more ornate aprons and the decoration became symbolic of the rank that a person had reached. Aprons are now made of leather, silk or plastic depending on the choice of the Brother.

The handshake or grip is a means of recognising another Mason and was used by Operative Masons to recognise a Brother by night as well as by day. Speculative Masons today also use different grips to distinguish between different ranks and not to pass secret messages to each other outside the Lodge as it is sometimes suggested..

Why is it often Referred to as a Secret Society ?

Freemasonry is not a secret society but a society in which certain aspects are not disclosed to any one but a member of that degree. There are in fact very few secrets that are concerned with masonry. The traditional signs of recognition are used by members to identify each other in a Lodge and each degree has it’s own signs. It was traditional for Operative Masons to use these signs when moving from one place of employment to another. He would need to prove his rank as a Mason to find employment and would use the word and grip of his degree to confirm his position in the Craft.

Following the same traditions as Operative Masons, we are required to keep these signs secret, not only from outsiders but to those having a special degree i.e. Entered  Apprentice, Fellow Craftsman or Master Mason.  Masons are however, happy to admit to being members and will freely discuss the aims and principles of Freemasonry with interested people.

How often do you Meet ?

 Craft Lodges are autonomous within the confines of the Constitution of the Order and Bye-Laws of the Lodge and can decide how many meetings they wish to hold each year. Most Craft Lodges meet eight times per year but this will vary according to the Lodge you decide to join.

What is the Structure of the Organisation ?

 The, Grand Lodge of Freemasonry for Men and Women holds meetings four times a year, in February, April, July and October, these meetings are called Grand Lodge Quarterly Communications.   Representatives are the Worshipful Masters, Senior and Junior Wardens and Grand Stewards of all Lodges and are held in the Royal National Hotel, Bedford Way, London.    Past Masters and Grand Officers are in attendance and the business of the day, is to impart news, make decisions on matters pertaining to the organisation and the future, from the Board of General Purposes; which is the Governing body, and to receive the views of Lodges.  An Annual Grand Lodge Festival Meeting is held during the month of June close to the date of the Summer Solstice.

The Additional Degrees of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite or sometimes known as the Higher Degrees, form part of a different structure and have its own governing body, The Supreme Council; more of which can be read under The Grand Conclave.

 The, Grand Lodge of Freemasonry for Men and Women Great Britain, are the Mother Grand Lodge to the Grand Lodge of Freemasonry for Men and Women in Bulgaria.    Nine Lodges joined the GLF4M-W Bulgaria at their Inauguration in May 2005.

How much will it Cost to belong to the Order ?

Lodges are autonomous and set their own annual subscription however certain fees are required when joining any organisation.  On joining you will be asked to pay your membership fee to the Order. This fee is paid annually and goes towards the general management of the organisation. There will also be an annual subscription payable to your own Lodge and this will vary depending on which Lodge you decide to join. You will also be asked for an entrance fee which generally covers the cost of your Initiation Ceremony, ritual and instruction books. Before your Third Degree Ceremony you will be expected to purchase your own regalia..

What will be my Responsibilities ?

Once a Freemason you will be expected to follow the main Principles of Brotherly Love, Relief and Truth. You will also be expected to keep the secrets of the degree, which have been entrusted to you during your ceremony. As a member of a Lodge you will be expected to attend regular meetings and undertake some learning related to the degree that you are in and join in with Lodge studies.

How will Freemasonry Affect my Religious Beliefs ?

Freemasonry is not a religion but it is essential that all members have a belief in a Supreme Being. In Lodges Volumes of The Sacred Law are opened on an Altar and Masons take their Obligations on their chosen religious book. Some Lodges have further Holy Books open especially if there is a Brother of a different religion present. Discussion about a specific religion or religious differences is not permitted in Lodge meetings where different faiths are recognised and respected.

The Esoteric Side of Freemasonry ?

Some Masons study their belief of a deeper esoteric quality to Freemasonry and attribute hidden meanings to the teachings in the ritual. The Origins of Freemasonry, according to some scholars, are considered to have evolved from the Temples and schools of the Ancient Mysteries. The ceremonies of the Ancient Mysteries, some of which marked seasonal festivals, were exceptional occasions of dignity, power and beauty and were presided over by initiate priests who had considerable knowledge of creating ceremonial magic in a beautiful ceremony. These ceremonies were considered to be allegoric representations of birth and growth and reflected mans' own inner progress along the path of spiritual unfoldment. Through the ages the ceremonies have enabled the brethren to search for the deeper esoteric spiritual or hidden meanings of Freemasonry. It could be argued that in the ceremonies some things are only half said, leaving a Brother with the feeling that something is missing. This in turn engenders the need to search for the hidden truths of the allegories and symbols and also for a deeper spiritual meaning. A desire to seek esoteric knowledge will help the serious student to unravel the inner meanings of the Ceremonies. Although knowledge is important, Freemasonry is free and speculative and we value all aspects of study, encouraging a Brother to engage at whichever level of Freemasonry he finds interesting and stimulating. Whilst there is no pressure to undertake a particular line of study there is a general respect for whichever branch a Mason chooses to follow and there are always like minded Masons to act as mentors and guides. Esoteric study is not demanded, however for those who seek deeper knowledge, Freemasonry can and will fulfil their desires.

What is the Old Pal’s Factor ?

In recent times Masonry has received some bad publicity where it has been inferred that by joining a Lodge one could benefit professionally, receive favours or even escape prosecution. This is not the case. Whilst it would be impossible to state that it has never happened it is a practice that is frowned upon by all true Masons. A true Mason is expected to respect the law of the land in which they live and to be a good citizen. The Principles of Freemasonry strengthens rather than conflicts with this ideal. A Mason is never asked to put the Order before their family and a Mason’s duty to society should always prevail. Freemasons should not use Masonry to promote their own or a colleagues business neither should they shield a fellow who has acted dishonourably or dishonestly.

If I am interested, what do I do now ?

Established Lodges can be found in London, Letchworth, Bristol, Nottingham and a Pioneer Lodge exists in  Chester.  The Grand Lodge has an e-mail Lodge called the ‘Wayfarers’, this is a non-local lodge and caters for remote members who are abroad or in parts of England, Ireland and Scotland where at present, lodges of our Order do not exist.  The Board of General Purposes has a Grand Officers Ceremonial Team, who perform the ceremonies of the first, second and third degrees for Provisional Lodges who work under the Authority of the Board of General Purposes.  Host Lodges, that are regularly Constituted Lodges, perform the ceremonies of the first, second and third degrees for Pioneer Lodges.  

The Host Lodges are located at Letchworth, and Bristol.

 If you find your way to any of the above areas, or look for up-to-date new lodges apply to the Grand Secretary by e-mail.

For further information, you apply to the Grand Secretary by e-mail:- gsecretary@grandlodge.org.uk

or fax 020 8977 8025, with details of your enquiry.    

Recognition of other Orders or Obediences

 The, Grand Lodge of Freemasonry for Men and Women recognise all Orders of Masonry where the requirement exists to all members to hold, the essential belief in a Supreme Being. The Grand Lodge does not recognise Obedience's and Orders of Freemasonry where options have been given to forgo this essential Belief.  With that belief goes the important Landmark of the Volume of the Sacred Law (or Lore) placed within the Lodge, at every Lodge Meeting.    The V.S.L. will be the Christian Bible, the Jewish Torah, the Koran, the sacred writing of the Hindus and other world religions.  We do not accept fraternal relationships or members who state that their V.S.L. is a White Book – a book with blank pages.

 Established fraternal links exist with,

The Honorable Order of American Co-Masonry.

The Eastern Order of International Co-Freemasonry at Adyar, Chennai, India and existing in the following Countries:-

The Indian Administration

The New Zealand Administration

The North American Administration

The Brazil Administration

The Spanish Administration

The French Administration

The Argentinian Administration

The Administration of Costa Rica

The Independent Pierre et Marie Curie Lodge, Orient of Warsaw, Poland 

None of the above Orders are connected in any way  to the Order 'Le Droit Humain'  called International Co-Freemasonry (Le Droit Humain), lately styling themselves as Freemasonry for men and Women. One main distinction is that they (Le Droit Humain) do not require the landmark belief in a supreme being whearas we do. We hold that a spiritual life belief (faith) in a supreme being is fundamental to all life.

 

 

Description of our Order

The Grand Lodge of Freemasonry for Men and Women has been formed by Masons formerly members of International Co-Freemasonry (Le Droit Humain) in order to preserve the Antient Landmarks of Freemasonry, previously accepted by the latter under the Annie Besant Concord formalised after the 1902 formation of the first Lodge in Great Britain.

The key principle that all Masons uphold and work towards is the creator of all things we know in the West as 'God', but generally defined as the Supreme Being recognised in all religions.

The Grand Lodge upholds the equality of both Men and Women as practising Masons, without distinction of race, creed, colour, gender or social condition. Masonry recognises all those sincere, seekers of truth, who work for humanity or to become better examples to others in the conduct of their lives. Freemasonry offers a rich and ancient cultural heritage in allegory and symbol for our spiritual education and the Grand Lodge has made the study of the Masonic heritage and its spiritual insights a keystone of our work

We are the only Grand Lodge of Freemasonry for Men and Women and who also adhere to the essential landmark of requiring belief in a supreme being, many call God.

 

WHERE CAN I GET MORE INFORMATION FROM ?

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