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Digest of the Masonic law of Florida

Freemasons. Grand Lodge of Florida.

Digest of the Masonic law of Florida

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Published in [Tallahasse?] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Florida.
    • Subjects:
    • Freemasonry -- Florida.,
    • Freemasonry -- Law and legislation -- Florida.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementrevised by authority of the Grand Lodge, 1953.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHS445.F6 A5
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvii, 300 p.
      Number of Pages300
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6183719M
      LC Control Number55023421
      OCLC/WorldCa18143051

      The principle is so plain and comprehensible as to need no further exemplification. I ask, and should receive no deference to my own unsupported theories--as a man, I am, of course, fallible--and may often have decided erroneously. To the Roman Emperor was delegated the powers of the sovereign Roman people. An edict was initiated by the Emperor; the decision came as a response to an appeal.

      He worships at every shrine, bows before every altar, whether in temple, mosque or cathedral, realizing with his truer understanding the oneness of all spiritual truth. Of the Order of Business. A belief in an afterlife either through reincarnation or much like the Judaism, a kind of less defined knowing that there is something but it being less defined than the Christian heaven with a mansion and so on. We have not yet given you a set of plans to work by, or, in our own Masonic language, your Trestle Board. So in that regard I ask you to pray and meditate upon your decision.

      Conscious legislation in Masonic bodies is similar to that in all other legislative bodies. When I first contemplated the composition of a work on this subject, a distinguished friend and Brother, whose opinion I much respect, and with whose advice I am always anxious to comply, unless for the most satisfactory reasons, suggested the expediency of collecting the decisions of all Grand Masters, Grand Lodges, and other masonic authorities upon every subject of Masonic Law, and of presenting them, without commentary, to the fraternity. I spoke with the Sr. The Grand Lodge hears appeals from those involved in Masonic trials, and affirms or reverses the decision of the Lodge or trial commission ; Grand Lodges adjudicate directly in trials involving Masons who are members of Grand Lodge.


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Digest of the Masonic law of Florida book

During this time, another non-Christian was initiated into my lodge. I have had communication with Masons around the country who are just as shocked and appalled as I am. I appeared before the committee with the assistance of a PM of my lodge who volunteered to assist me. The power of granting dispensations is one of the most important prerogatives of the Grand Master.

He is an Odinist and Tribalist and has no hesitation mentioning his beliefs to anyone. An edict was initiated by the Emperor; the decision came as a response to an appeal. A later Grand Master extended this enactment to mean a stockholder in a hotel company who countenanced the sale of liquor by that hotel.

They have allowed Freemasonry to be corrupted. The purpose having been effected, and the Mason having been made, he revokes his dispensation, and the lodge is dismissed. Of the Mode of Organizing Grand Lodges. These, although not of such paramount importance and universal acceptation as the Old Charges and the Thirty-nine Regulations, are, nevertheless, of great value as the means of settling many disputed questions, by showing what was the law and usage of the fraternity at the times in which they were adopted.

The fourth old Regulation prescribes that "no lodge shall make more than five new Brothers at one and the same time without an urgent necessity.

The Principles of Masonic Law/Chapter XIX

Of the Tiler. Alban attended the meeting and assisted in making Masons, giving them "good charges and regulations. The dispensing power may be exercised under the following circumstances: 1. As time went on, the Emperor became thought of as the ultimate repository of sovereignty, the source of law.

It seems, however, to have been settled in the case of Vermont, that where a Grand Lodge has been dormant for many years, and all of its subordinates extinct, yet if any of the Grand Officers, last elected, survive and are present, they may revive the Grand Lodge and proceed constitutionally to the exercise of its prerogatives.

He proceeded to ask me if I believed in a monotheistic God. I'll leave it to the reader to go through the whole legal file and draw your own conclusion. Among these we may mention, and in their order, those that are enumerated in the several sections of the Sixth Chapter of the Old Charges.

From that period, the regulations adopted by the Grand Lodge of England ceased to have any binding efficacy over the craft in this country, while the laws passed by the American Grand Lodges lost the character of general regulations, and were invested only with local authority in their several jurisdictions.Masonic Essays by Don Falconer "This book has been first published on PS Review of Freemasonry and it is online with permission of the Author and of PS Review of Freemasonry." The Principles of Masonic Law by Albert Gallatin Mackey - Masonic Trials and Michigan Digest by Henry M.

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Williams Digest of Laws – Revised The Grand Lodge of Mississippi F∴ & A∴ M∴. "The serving of any intoxicating beverage in Masonic Temples or Lodge Rooms or at Masonic banquets is forbidden by Masonic Law. ( Proc. 58, )" (89) Bro. William Wolf, Grand Secretary of the Grand Lodge of Florida, summarized the rules governing alcohol in Florida lodges.

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