Masonic Passports

Discussion in 'The Traveling Freemason' started by BEDickey, Oct 25, 2011.

  1. Thulsa Doom

    Thulsa Doom Registered User

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    We have them in Rhode Island.
     
  2. vangoedenaam

    vangoedenaam Premium Member

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    Tell me more about them pls


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  3. Brennan

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    They are books that have a listing of lodges. When you visit another lodge you can get it signed or stamped showing that you have visited it before.


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  4. vangoedenaam

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    I like that idea. Like a visiting diary


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  5. SkiKing76

    SkiKing76 Registered User

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    I like the GL of Mass program...it's pretty neat. Minnesota has a Wayfaring Man program that has similar requirements for visiting other lodges, attending degrees at other lodges and attending the Grand session more than once. I believe you get a pin when you sign up and a certificate later.
     
  6. sjwb

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    Our Lodge has these... Adelaide, Australia


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  7. wood8300

    wood8300 Registered User

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  8. SkiKing76

    SkiKing76 Registered User

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    Is there a different website link for the Mass. passport. link provided above has gone out the west gate.
     
  9. admarcus1

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    I have one from Massachusetts. It's cool, but I have had two disappointments with it:

    1. At the first Lodge I visited, the secretary did not have the embosser for the lodge seal. The Lodge name hastily written in the circle was just not a satisfying.
    2. Printed in the passport was a website where supposedly you could track your visits on-line, but it no longer exists. As far as I know, this is still being printed this way.
     
  10. Danbeaux

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    I like the idea as a personal keepsake and record. I have ordered one for my trip to Europe, wish I had one of these when I visited South Carolina.
     
  11. Warrior1256

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    Good info. Had never heard of these passports.
     

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