Good read about bogus freemasonry

Discussion in 'Masonic Jurisprudence' started by kosei, Mar 21, 2012.

  1. kosei

    kosei Premium Member

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    Please read attachment
     

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  2. robert leachman

    robert leachman Registered User

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    Can't see the attachment
     
  3. WMgross

    WMgross Guest

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    I can't see no attachment
     
  4. masada1978

    masada1978 Registered User

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    Cant open it
     
  5. Bro_Vick

    Bro_Vick Moderator Premium Member

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    Great presentation! Learned a lot from reading it, thank you so much for sharing.

    S&F,
    -Bro Vick
     
  6. kosei

    kosei Premium Member

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    I'm not sure why some of you cant open it up, i can only suggest opening it on a desktop or laptop
     
  7. Mac

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    I was able to download it just fine on my mac.
     
  8. BryanMaloney

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    The attachment worked for me, and it's a fascinating piece of history. Have you hypotheses why Prince Hall is particularly beset by this problem?

    My hypothesis: Given the wider distribution of "mainstream" Freemasonry, it could be much more difficult for a bogus group to set itself up in direct competition against one of the state Grand Lodges. Of course, that is just a hypothesis.
     
  9. MikeMay

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    It opened fine for me, but I have Adobe Acrobat. Great presentation, especially the defining of what is regular as well as what is irregular. It was good to see who is behind some of the history of bogus masonic groups.
     
  10. Warrior1256

    Warrior1256 Site Benefactor

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    I would like to know the answer to this myself.
     

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