Freemasonry: The Naked Truth

for future candidates and curious others

To easily understand everything about Freemasonry


- At last a book which gives clear answers to all your questions on Freemasonry. 

- 292 pages of useful Questions and Answers, to help you prepare a well-structured application.

- List of Masonic Obediences to contact.

- Sayings and Don'ts. MUST READ.

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The True Power Of Freemasonry

The only power that a Mason can possibly exercise is over himself. It is true that this power can give him a certain moral strength and enable him to live a better life than someone who spends their evenings in front of the TV.

However, we should also mention the power of the Masonic network. During our oath, we undertake to assist each other on the entire surface of the globe. Thus, within the limits of our possibilities, but without damaging our family, we should help a Brother or Sister who is in material or moral need. Very often we do help each other when the need arises, but we can assure you that we have never been asked to kill or steal in such a case.

Franck has gone into this subject in a previous book[1]: "If you entered Freemasonry to expand your business network, stop immediately. It will be faster for you to take out membership in an exclusive golf club. For the modest sum of £900 or $1,100 per month, you will meet significantly more influential people than in your current Lodge. Moreover, you will even have the right to talk to them immediately, which is not the case in your Masonic workshop.

Between the two of us, we have met many Freemasons from all walks of life, including Grand Masters, simple Brothers and Sisters, members of Supreme Councils or National Sovereign Sanctuaries... and yet we have never met people with powers superior to those in the profane world.

[1] The Emperor Napoleon managed to control French Freemasonry for a short time by naming his brother Joseph Grand Master. In the 18th century, many Grand Masters were members of the royal family or close to power. They kept an eye on Freemasonry, but did not tell it what to do.