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Bill Lins
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  • It appears that there are 3 Lodges in Amman, . You will need to contact those Lodges directly to inquire about membership. Good luck to you.
    Hello my friend...
    I would like to apply for a membership of freemason in Jordan Amman but it seems that it's difficult.
    Can you Guide me to the right direction and thank you in advance .
    Bill Lins
    Bill Lins
    It appears that there are 3 Lodges in Amman, . You will need to contact those Lodges directly to inquire about membership. Good luck to you.
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    Hassan S. Darabseh
    Good Evening
    Yesterday One of the brothers in the US replied to me the same information and sent me an Approximate location but strangly its a mosque on Google map, can u help me with more than that???
    Bill Lins
    Bill Lins
    Unfortunately, that's all the information available to us.
    Mr. Lins, I have a question about Texas Lodges. My Wife and I plan on visiting El Paso Lodge for the open house on 4/28/18. Does having a felony from 32 years ago disqualify me from submitting a petition?
    Bill Lins
    Bill Lins
    The fact that you have a felony conviction is no longer an automatic disqualification. It is now up to the discretion of the individual Lodge. I recommend that you privately meet with the Secretary of that Lodge & ask him if his Lodge would likely accept or reject a petition on that basis alone.
    Bill Lins
    Bill Lins
    If so, I'd look for another Lodge to petition. If not, I'd go ahead & submit my petition there, with the questions answered truthfully, including additional documentation if necessary. I would then be fully forthcoming and transparent with the members of the investigating committee.
    Bill Lins
    Bill Lins
    I'd expect the crime of which you were convicted and the surrounding circumstances would bear heavily upon their decision, but I strongly recommend that you hide or omit nothing- if it is later learned that you either gave false or misleading information or concealed anything, that would result in your immediate & permanent expulsion, even if you had already been accepted.
    Brother Lins, can you point me in the direction to locate the 2018 Resolutions. I have been all over GLoT website and cannot find them. Our lodge has not received them either
    Bill Lins
    Bill Lins
    They're on the Secretary's database- he can access them for you. Otherwise, send me your email address & I can email them to you.
    Saw you read your resolution at Grand Lodge from way up in the balcony! Good to see you in person after being on line so long!
    Is it possible to change your header name? Thanks.
    Bill Lins
    Bill Lins
    I really don't know- you might message Blake- he knows the "techie" stuff.
    Sir, I just opened a threat in the "general" category called Junior Waarden. I can not figure out how to correct the misspelling. Could you correct this? Any help would be much appreciated. Thank you brother.
    Bill Lins
    Bill Lins
    It is done. Glad I could help & congratulations on your preferment!
    Warrior1256
    Warrior1256
    Thank you very much brother, both for your assistance and your kind words.
    I'll be up to Waco Saturday morning brother. Looking to meet with someone from the Lodge of Research. Do you have any pointers? Friday I'll be tied up in a couple of meeting on the work site. Bummer for a Brother. C U There.
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    crono782
    crono782
    I'll be up there Saturday as well. I can introduce you to the SW of the TLR this year.
    Thank you for your help. Bro. Barry was out of town but the lady I spoke with told me that they didn't hav the equipment to do it.
    Very Nice! I have a lot of friends who used to serveon the Rush. I'm sure he's enjoying it and I hope the next place he goes is just as exciting
    Hey Bill. Well, I obtained my professional photography certification in 1992. I did it on my own for a living for a while as well as freelance writing, but my photography became "boring" to me. I'm much more inclined to the more artistic facets of it, and you don't really make money with that in areas like this.

    I've actually been thinking about the Wharton Lodge. It's not horribly far out from where I'll be living, and I know several of you there already. I'm seriously considering changing membership to there, but we'll see. I do want to visit a couple of Houston lodges first. But something else I really like about Wharton is that you guys seem to be really active and focus on "fellowship" quite a bit.

    And hey, you ARE the one who conducted the degree to raise me to a Master Mason after all.

    Bay City will always be home for me, but I do want to move my membership after moving to Houston so that I can remain active and continue Masonic education.
    Bro. Bill! All is good! Working on my degree is a lot of work but i heard it gets easier. Especially with bro. Seguin. His teaching methods are perfect for my mush brain, lol. That's pretty much all been working on besides the job. I'm moving along nicely. Hope all is well.
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