How long have you been a Master Mason?

Discussion in 'The Voting Booth' started by Blake Bowden, Nov 24, 2009.

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How long have you been a Master Mason?

  1. Not a Mason

    4.1%
  2. I'm an Entered Apprentice

    10.5%
  3. I'm a Fellow Craft

    2.3%
  4. 0-5 Years

    42.9%
  5. 5-10 Years

    11.0%
  6. 10-15 Years

    6.4%
  7. 15-20 Years

    3.7%
  8. 20-30 Years

    12.3%
  9. 30-40 Years

    5.0%
  10. 40+

    1.8%
  1. Rcairl

    Rcairl Registered User

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    2 years, harbor light #746
     
  2. JonBoy

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    I was given the full version or the long version.


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  3. lmeeks357

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    A week

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  4. lmeeks357

    lmeeks357 Registered User

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    I want go to Scottish rite ant suggestions ?

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  5. dfreybur

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    Wait at least a year after presenting your MM proficiency before considering any appendent body. Blue lodge is the base so make sure it's a stable base for you first. A week in is not the time to consider your next order. Later, sure go for it.
     
  6. lmeeks357

    lmeeks357 Registered User

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    Will do brother I heard york rite is hurting for members

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  7. JJones

    JJones Moderator Staff Member

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    I've been a MM for 8 years, probably closer to 9 by now.
     
  8. lmeeks357

    lmeeks357 Registered User

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    I for one am glad the firsr three steps have been taken but I don't think I wanna wait a year for Scottish rite I want to see wat the blue house have too off then I'm off too the races. Any of you brothers disagree?

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  9. JJones

    JJones Moderator Staff Member

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    No two journies are exactly the same. It's not something I'd recommend but you should do what you feel will benefit you, and your lodge, the most.
     
  10. lmeeks357

    lmeeks357 Registered User

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    Why wouldn't u recommend it brother ?

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  11. jb@middletonionic.org

    jb@middletonionic.org Registered User

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    Short version never heard of such a thing

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  12. BroBook

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    I,P&R 1984 I am not neither do I know if I will ever be !


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  13. koryunghazaryan

    koryunghazaryan Registered User

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    How can I become a freemason?



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  14. markamanning@me.com

    markamanning@me.com Registered User

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    Almost 40 years


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  15. safehouse

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  16. Jericho2013

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    Almost 19 years and 18 for the Scottish Rite.


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  17. PastmasterBill

    PastmasterBill Registered User

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    I was raised on 4/27/2002 in Collinwood Lodge #582 in Euclid, Ohio.


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  18. Rob_Eades

    Rob_Eades Registered User

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    40 years for me, and I have the privilege of presenting my brother-Brother his 50 year veteran's pin on October 4th in Tuckahoe Lodge No. 347, in Richmond, VA.


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  19. dayvd

    dayvd Registered User

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    I was raised to the third degree only 4 months ago, lodge Richard Coley 152, UGL NSW & ACT in Australia.


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  20. starmega5

    starmega5 Registered User

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    8 years in October


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