Masonic Bucket List

Discussion in 'General Freemasonry Discussion' started by RedTemplar, Sep 20, 2011.

  1. RedTemplar

    RedTemplar Johnny Joe Combs Premium Member

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    I first saw this thread on The Masonic Society website. I think it will be interesting and enjoyable here as well. Here is my Masonic Bucket list. After I see your list, I may have to update mine.

    1. Visit the House of The Temple in Washington, DC.

    2. Visit the Grand Lodge of England.

    3. Witness a Red Lodge Initiation in Louisiana.

    4. Coach and mentor as many brothers as I can.

    5. Sit in a lodge somewhere in Texas. (The brethren on this website has caused this hankering.)
     
  2. robert leachman

    robert leachman Registered User

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    Sit in Lodge at Carrollton#134, in Kentucky, where my great grandfather was raised.
    Also any others where I've found my ancestors were members too.
     
  3. tomasball

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    Visit the Guthrie Scottish Rite Temple. Ditto Indianapolis. Spend a week in the Cedar Rapids Masonic Library.
     
  4. Brent Heilman

    Brent Heilman Premium Member

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    So far yours and mine are the same. The only thing I can add is that since I am still new to Masonry my list would include the Scottish Rite and York Rite degrees and my "C" and "A" certificates. I am sure there are more though I just haven't thought of them yet.


    Anytime you want to head up here to Oklahoma let me know and I will go with you. That is a magnificent building. I just went and toured it last weekend.
     
  5. Benton

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    1. Visit the House of The Temple in Washington, DC.

    2. Visit the Grand Lodge of England.

    3. Go back to the George Washington Masonic Memorial in DC now that I'm a Mason (I was profane when I first visited)

    4. Coach and mentor as many brothers as I can.

    5. Visit the Scottish Rite Cathedral in Indianapolis

    6. Sit in on an English speaking, mixed religion lodge in Israel
     
  6. KFerguson84

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    1) Visit and attend lodge at the Lodge of Edinburgh (Mary's Chapel) in Scotland. They have the oldest continuously recorded Lodge minutes in the world dating from today back to 1599.

    2) Visit and attend lodge at the United Grand Lodge of England.

    3) Visit the House of the Temple in Washington, DC.

    4) Spend an entire day with Julian Rees in London talking about the spirituality of Freemasonry.

    5) Visit Enlightenment Lodge No. 198 in Colorado, one of the premiere Traditional Observance Lodges in North America.
     
    Last edited: Sep 26, 2011
  7. tbone1321

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    1) visit the united grand lodge in England

    2) visit George washington masonic memorial

    3) join all 3 Masonic bodies
     
  8. khilles

    khilles Registered User

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    Ditto
     
  9. barryguitar

    barryguitar Registered User

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    1. Earn a Past Masters Jewel
    2. Join the Royal order of Scotland.
    3. See the " auld degree" at Killwinning #0.
    *. Proficiently inculcate the tenants into every facet of my life
     

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