how to join malaysia

Discussion in 'Becoming a Freemason' started by ahmad_albab, Jun 26, 2018.

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  1. Paxter

    Paxter Registered User

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    Free masons are the oldest legal society in malaysia and registered in the RoS (registration of societies), and has the largest amount of lodges in Asia there is a lodge in most states except in kedah, terengganu and kelantan. Due to hostility from some religious corners joining it is rather difficult as there is always a possibility of nutters trying to prove its some kind of cult (which its not)

    Fun fact: most lodges are located beside palaces in Malaysia.
     
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  2. Abdul Aiman

    Abdul Aiman Registered User

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    How can I Join a freemason if I'm a Muslim what is the process. Does freemason exclude who hv religion. I'm interested because I want to enhance my English language skills, want to get an experience get to know new people. Is there a fee to commit to it. Im still studying. I also want to improve my social skills and be confidences and learn new things. I know it's a social club doing charity and sort. I have plans big idea when I finish studying maybe work and save and invest money and build my own company someday and maybe help people on the way. Ik abit or two about freemason. Just want to know what is the cause all that. Ik about the handsign the symbol what's happening well it just conspiracy. But for some reason my heart want to know more. I want to be someone I will commit if I could idc about money, I want to make history someday I have big ambition. I've been searching about this thing since I was in high school and then I stop fr some reason my heart souls just attract me back to this I even bought the ring. I want knowledge that can bring me knowledge that I can contribute someday even tho idk how I could achieve it. is it possible? . Sometimes I have dreams that I could become the chosen one and be apart of something bigger. BTW I'm from Malaysia.
     
  3. Brother JC

    Brother JC Vigilant Staff Member

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    You will need to find a lodge locally and petition.
     
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  4. Winter

    Winter Premium Member

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    You have to contact the local Lodge to join. It is the same for all religions.

    No. In fact, you must be a religious person to join Freemasonry.

    It does cost money to join as well as annual dues. It can vary by quite a bit depending on location.

    I would advise not to read anything that the internet claims are Masonic secrets. At least before petitioning to join.

    What chosen one are you talking about?

    Here is a good place to start:
    DISTRICT GRAND LODGE OF EASTERN ARCHIPELAGO
    District Grand Master
    Jeyaraj Ratnaswamy

    District Grand Secretary
    Ahmalu R. Rajagopal

    Postal Address
    Read Masonic Centre
    1 Jalan 3/155
    Bukit OUG
    Kuala Lumpur
    58200

    Tel: [60] (0)3 7773 1287/84

    Website: https://dglea.com/

    Good luck.
     
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  5. Abdul Aiman

    Abdul Aiman Registered User

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    Thank You for the information. It's really helpful . Very much appreciated.
     
  6. Abdul Aiman

    Abdul Aiman Registered User

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    Thank You . Very much appreciated.
     
  7. Bloke

    Bloke Premium Member

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    I am not sure that is correct Brother. (Putting aside some Const, like Sweden in particular, might have Religious Qualifications to become a Freemason).

    Freemasonry has no religious qualifications - only a qualification of Faith, in what Freemasons call a "Supreme Being" which is a very Masonic way of saying "God".

    For men who are religious, establishing they meet that qualification is easy;
    If you are Muslim and believe in Allah = you meet the qualification in respect to Belief in a Supreme Being
    If you are Christian and believe in Jesus = you meet the qualification in respect to Belief in a Supreme Being
    If you are Jewish and believe in God = you meet the qualification in respect to Belief in a Supreme Being.
    etc etc

    However, there are many Freemasons who do not believe in Religion, or indeed some who even reject it, but still retain a belief in a Supreme Being.
    They also meet the qualification in respect to Belief in a Supreme Being.

    Freemasonry is not a religion. It is a Fraternity, and has no religions qualifications, only a requirement of Faith in a Supreme Being.
    It respects each individual members Religion, and leaves those affairs each individual Freemason.
     
  8. Winter

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    It is absolutely correct to say a candidate (and a Brother) should be a religious person. Belief in a Supreme Being is part, but candidates are also admonsihed to follow the tenets of their faith, whatever it may be. How would an Ob. taken on a VSL be binding if he is not a religious man who believes in the tents contained therein?

    As for "Freemasonry is not a religion, well, I have known too many good Brothers for whom Freemasonry is their only connection to anything organized along anything close to religious lines. For many, Freemasonry has filled the need to have religion in their lives. My theory is that we have loudly proclaimed that we are no threat to any of the organized religions to keep from rousing their ire. But that is just a theory. I keep meaning to write a paper on it.
     
  9. Ali Yasser

    Ali Yasser Registered User

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    Hello Can you help me be a member of Masonic brotherhood in Malaysia


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  10. Winter

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    https://dglea.com/
     
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