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Explore the most complete iPhone application about Freemasonry Freemasonry is the worlds oldest and largest fraternal Organization; and it is without a doubt the least understood. It is a traditional initiatic order and one of the last remaining institutions in the Western world to preserve and practice traditional forms. Freemasonry arose in the late 16th to early 17th century and following the Masonic tradition it is believed to have originated with the craft guilds of medieval Europe and latterly, to have expanded to admit those who did not actually belong to the trade. According to a Masonic ritual, Freemasonry is a beautiful system of morality, veiled in allegory and illustrated by symbols.The contents of the application are based on authoritative international bibliography from prestigious authors. FEATURES LEARN EVERYTHING ABOUT FREEMASONRY WITH AN AMAZING BOOK LAYOUT EXPLORE A 3D VIRTUAL CRAFT LODGE DISCOVER THE MAJORITY OF THE GRAND LODGES AROUND THE WORLD STUNNING PRESENTATION OF THE FAMOUS FREEMASONS THROUGHOUT HISTORY A percentage of the earnings will be distributed to Charities. CONTENTS 1) History a) Freemasonry before 1717 i) Philosophy and traditions ii) First Masonic manuscripts iii) First Masonic Activity in 16th & 17th centuries b) Freemasonry after 1717 i) The foundation of the Grand Lodge of England GLE ii) Freemasonry Constitutions iii) The foundation of the Ancient Grand Lodge in England AGLE iv) The formation of the United Grand Lodge of England UGLE v) Masonic Organizations outside Britain vi) Freemasonry in 20th century 2) Regularity Masonic Lodge Lodge Officers a) Regularity b) 2. Masonic Lodge i) Lodge Room c) Lodge Officers 3) Symbols of Freemasonry a) The Square and Compasses b) The Builders Tools c) The Volume of Sacred Law d) The Chamber of Reflection e) The Mosaic Pavement f) The Lights g) The Pillars h) The Masons Clothing 4) Craft Degrees a) Becoming a Freemason requirements b) Apprentice c) Fellow Craft d) Master Mason 5) Higher Degrees a) Higher Rites, Orders, and Degrees around the world b) 1. Holy Royal Arch c) 2. Mark Masonry d) 3. Scottish Rite e) 4. York Rite f) 5. Other Masonic Organizations