Masonic Tattoos

Discussion in 'The Refreshment Lounge' started by jasper7788, Sep 4, 2013.

  1. Warrior1256

    Warrior1256 Site Benefactor

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    Right on. I plan to get a Masonic tattoo as my Christmas present. I already have four, what's one more.
     
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  2. mrpierce17

    mrpierce17 KOP Council director / Lodge instructor Premium Member

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    Got this shortly after I was raised ImageUploadedByMy Freemasonry1413652136.491849.jpg
     
  3. Warrior1256

    Warrior1256 Site Benefactor

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    I also have four tattoos. As you say, what's one more?
     
  4. MaineMason

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    A ring--given to me by my father, as his father who raised him and , and, and, is enough. A lapel pin, my Consistory Jewel, that's enough for me. I would never have a tattoo. Then again, brother, it's your own body.
     
  5. brother josh

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  6. gshukha

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    I have the same tatoo :)
     
  7. Benjamin Baxter

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    Here's mine. Got it from an awesome brother in austin. He's from California, but he got here as quick as he could... Lol
     

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  8. PennsylvaniaMason

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    My lodge is very old (historically) yet our membership is generally pretty young. Our officer line is fairly decorated with members that have tattoos that are visible even when in tuxedos and full regalia.

    I for one always have chosen to get ink within discretion so that I may easily cover and not offend anyone. With the exception of one tattoo.

    As a conferring master, I enjoy the reaction I get from newly entered Mason's when this hand is extended to them in friendship and brotherly love:

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