admin/ January 6, 2019/ Masonic Humour

Some few years back, just after the introduction of Random Breath Testing, the Police officers of a small country township had to show the community that the RBT was working. They decided to stake out the local Masonic Hall, then as the night wore on, eventually a mason slowly came down the stairs and got into his car. The moment

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admin/ January 6, 2019/ Masonic Humour

A new initiate returns home to his wife who is naturally curious to know what went on. The conversation goes something like this:    She – Well how′d it go?    He – Very well – most interestin    She – What did go on?    He – I′m not really sure if I can tell you about it.    She – Well is there anything you *can* tell me?    He – Well it seems there are

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admin/ January 6, 2019/ Masonic Humour

A small Lodge had had a string of bad luck. It was preparing to initiate a candidate on a steamy evening in June and it′s air conditioner had stopped working. After sweating their way through part of the work, the Master had asked the candidate what he most desired. The candidate replied “a beer”. At this juncture the WM., being

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admin/ January 6, 2019/ Masonic Humour

There′s a man, walking down the street at 1 in the morning and he′s very drunk. A policeman stops him and asks: Where are you going in that condition? Man: II′mm on mmyy waayyy to a lectttuurre on FFreemmassonnrrry. Officer: Where can you possibly get a lecture on Freemasonry at this time of night? Man: Frromm mmyy wifffe, wwhenn I

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admin/ January 6, 2019/ Masonic Humour

Pat & Bill had been Lodge Brothers for many years. They had promised each other that the first to go to the Grand Lodge above would return to tell the other whether there really were Lodges in Heaven and what they were like. By and by, it came to pass that Bill went first. One day shortly after, Pat was

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The Inner Guard By Brother Churchward

admin/ January 6, 2019/ Masonic Humour

As the master smacks his gavel firmly on the wooden block, the deacon seemed a loss for words the ritual all forgot, the wardens both their gavels stilled as neither dare to knock and the masters past, in the east they sit as if in utter shock. Apprentice Masons stand amazed, their eyes they cast aside and fellow craft to

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