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Nairobi-based lawyer and Gor Mahia Football Club chairman Ambrose Rachier during a past interview at his office in February 2020. Mr Rachier says Freemasons have their own ceremonies; just like weddings or cultural functions like circumcisions, where there are certain rituals that they cannot talk about publicly.




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Men age 18 and older who believe in a Supreme Being and meet the qualifications and standards for membership are eligible to petition a Lodge. We welcome men of every country, religion, race, age, income, education, and opinion.


The process for becoming a Mason is managed at the Lodge level. The first step towards joining is to contact a Lodge that you would like to have consider you for membership. Interested? Fill out this form and someone will contact you.


This is a list of notable Freemasons. Freemasonry is a fraternal organisation that exists in a number of forms worldwide. Throughout history some members of the fraternity have made no secret of their involvement, while others have not made their membership public. In some cases, membership can only be proven by searching through the fraternity's records. Such records are most often kept at the individual lodge level, and may be lost due to fire, flood, deterioration, or simple carelessness. Grand Lodge governance may have shifted or reorganized, resulting in further loss of records on the member or the name, number, location or even existence of the lodge in question. In areas of the world where Masonry has been suppressed by governments, records of entire grand lodges have been destroyed. Because of this, masonic membership can sometimes be difficult to verify.


Standards of "proof" for those on this list may vary widely; some figures with no verified lodge affiliation are claimed as Masons if reliable sources give anecdotal evidence suggesting they were familiar with the "secret" signs and passes, but other figures are rejected over technical questions of regularity in the lodge that initiated them. Where available, specific lodge membership information is provided; where serious questions of verification have been noted by other sources, this is also indicated.


Yet hidden beneath it is the fact that Freemasons built Nairobi, first literally, and then in its political and economic being. Although most modern Masons are speculative masons, some of the actual architects and builders of Nairobi were Masons [Link]. They designed most houses of government, and institutions such as Nairobi and Jamhuri Schools. Their other influence in Nairobi power circles is still largely unknown, partially because of the structure and rules of the brotherhood.


Here is everything you need to know about Freemason in Kenya, from how to become a Freemason member in Kenya to the current Kenyan Freemason members, requirements of becoming a Mason, their branches and Contacts In Kenya, freemason signs and secrets and the shocking facts about Freemasonry.


Many active and high-ranking priests and pastors in Kenya are Freemasons, joining highly placed clergymen internationally, including the Most Reverend Bishop Fisher, a former Archbishop of Canterbury.


Leading health practitioners, who are masons, include radiologist Dr Virendrh Talwar (who is the Kenyan Freemasonry head), Prof William (Bill) Lore (a doctor of medicine for over 43 years); Chairman of the Kenya Healthcare Federation


Organizations around the world practice slightly different forms of Freemasonry. The Grand Lodge of California admits men age 18 and older who believe in a supreme being and are found to be of good moral character. To become a Mason, a person must be recommended by two current members of the lodge and voted in unanimously by the members of a lodge.


The AA Masonry Team Leader will be the responsible person for scheduling and delivery of Masonry, cement rendering and brick laying works across the British High Commission Estate. They will conduct themselves and ensure all members of the Masonry team safely perform Planned Preventative Maintenance (PPM), reactive maintenance, fault finding, design, construction and inspection of buildings and masonry structures across the British High Commission estate. They will ensure a high level of workmanship and standards. They will lead their team in upskilling and training ensuring the highest of standards is applied in their work.


Freemasonry is the largest and oldest secular fraternal order in the world, crossing all religious boundaries to bring men together of all countries, sects, and opinion in peace and harmony. Its members have included major religious figures, kings, and presidents.[1]XResearch source To join the brotherhood, you must demonstrate the values that have been shared by millions of Masons for hundreds of years.


"So when the Freemasons were formed, [they] said, 'Here's a group of men that agree that God is central in their lives, they can even agree that God compels them to do good in the community, then they can shut up after that." That was a radical concept -- that men could get together and agree on that fundamental level, and then get on with their lives."


Two of America's earliest presidents, George Washington and James Monroe, were Freemasons, as were Benjamin Franklin, John Hancock and Paul Revere. But many leading figures in the American Revolution -- including John and Samuel Adams, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison and Thomas Paine -- were not Masons.


Of the 56 figures who signed the Declaration of Independence, only nine were confirmed Masons, according to the Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania; and of the 39 delegates of the Continental Congress who signed the draft of the new nation's Constitution in 1787, only 13 (one-third) were Freemasons.


The back of the dollar bill features an incomplete pyramid with an eye on top of it. Many people -- including some Freemasons -- say it's a Masonic symbol, but that's not the case. UCLA's Margaret Jacob says these symbols have been used by many different groups, including Masons, throughout history.


"I'm sure there are a lot of Freemasons who want to believe [they're Masonic symbols] and who will tell it to you, because it makes the Lodges seem important," Jacob said. "I mean, if you have a symbol on the dollar bill, that's a big deal!"


Masonry began as a guild for stone masons who built the castles and cathedrals of Medieval Europe. "If you were a baker, a miller, a brewer, you could spend your entire life in one village practicing your trade," said Morris. "If you are a mason, after they repair the church or build the town hall, there might not be any mason work in that town for decades, so you had to move to another jobsite.


As president, Washington exchanged letters with many Masonic local lodges and state grand lodges. He also met delegations of Freemasons during his visit to Rhode Island in 1790 and his 1791 tour of the southern states. His most significant Masonic activity, however, occurred on September 18, 1793. Acting as grand master pro tem, he presided at the Masonic ceremonial laying of the United States Capitol cornerstone.9


1 David Stevenson, The First Freemasons: Scotland's Early Lodges and their Members, 2nd edition (Edinburgh: Grand Lodge of Scotland, 2001) and John Hamill, The Craft: A History of English Freemasonry (UK: Aquarian Press, 1986).


4 Melvin M. Johnson, The Beginnings of Freemasonry in America (NY: George H. Doran Company, 1924). Steven C. Bullock, Revolutionary Brotherhood: Freemasonry and the Transformation of the American Social Order, 1730-1840 (Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press, 1996.) See also William R. Denslow, 10,000 Famous Freemasons. V. 1-4 (Fulton, MO: Missouri Lodge of Research, 1957) and Ronald E. Heaton, Masonic Membership of Our Founding Fathers (Bloomington, IL: Masonic Book Club,1965).


Freemasonry involves a number of initiation ceremonies similar to traditional ones like weddings and circumcision. However, Rachier noted that their initiation practices are secretive and only members are allowed to know them.


The Freemasons have centuries of history. For those outside the freemasons, certain rituals and traditions of them seem strange and unacceptable. The organization is most reluctant to disclose its rituals and history to the public. It appears to be a secret sect.


Interesting assertions have been made that the Freemasons and Illuminati, a secret society that originated in Germany in the 18th century are the same. Although all of these myths and hypotheses have been disproven, some people still hold on to them.


The member would then attend the meetings, which take place in particular halls, to suggest the name of a new applicant for membership in the Freemasons. The procedures are mostly like the hiking process of a job.


The one who needs to join the Freemason should apply for the membership along with the recommendation. After applying for the membership, you will be asked to attend an interview where a few things will be discussed.


Freemasons attracted a lot of interest in Kenya. According to the Freemasons, their main goal is to help each other, do charity works that benefit society and also build a strong bond among the members.


There are benefits to joining the Freemasons. If you are a member of Freemason you can meet new people from various parts of the world. You will have access to intellectual conversations and lectures that help to build your personality. It helps you to experience the different aspects of life.


The secret society has advantages as well as disadvantages. The major disadvantage is the regular meeting the society conducts. The members of society should attend the meeting, so, there will be a clash with their personal needs.


A message sent to members said: It is important that any situation involving gender reassignment of a Freemason is treated with the utmost compassion and sensitivity and that the individual is supported throughout the process.


Considered the oldest surviving fraternal organization in the world, Freemasonry can easily be traced to 16th century Scotland. Also known as Masonry or The Craft, the organization is a society of friends and brothers whose members and principles have influenced and continue to shape our country. If you are interested in becoming a Mason, there are several ways you can get started. 041b061a72


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