The purpose of secrecy is not to keep the candidate in the dark, but to stimulate him to seek the light. The symbols and emblems of our Order do not conceal the teachings - they reveal them - but in such a manner that a man finds truth for himself. It is only when this happens to the individual that such findings will remain with him as a cherished permanent possession.

Chamblee-Sardis Lodge No. 444 has a new home: http://ChambleeSardis444.com



Organization Websites


  Third Masonic District of Georgia

 

DeKalb County Masonic Association

 

Fifth Masonic District of Georgia

 

DeKalb Masonic Memorial Club

  Bryan Lodge No. 303, F&AM
Moved to new location - URL not given.

  Past Masters Club of Chamblee


 

Sardis Chapter No. 77, RAM &
Sardis Council No. 53, R&SM

  Fort McPherson Chapter, National Sojourners &
James Jackson Camp, Heroes of '76


 

Work & Lectures
A Metropolitan Atlanta Masonic Newsletter

  Island X-1, Atlanta, GA
Navy Seabee Veterans

 


Internal
Links

  Have You Ever Considered Becoming a Mason?

Declaration of Principles

Organization of Masonic Bodies

Why I am a Mason

Project G!

Masonic Book Recommendations
 

External
Links

  The Working Tools - Independant Masonic Magazine

Freemasonry Explained

Grand Lodge of Georgia Website

A Page About Masonry

Internet Lodge 9659, UGL of England


Open Directory Masonic Links

Masonic Ink

Anti-Masonry: Points of View


The real Freemason is distinguished from the rest of mankind by the uniform unrestrained rectitude of his conduct.

Other men are honest in fear of punishment, which the law might inflict; they are religious in expectation of being rewarded - or in dread of being punished - in the next world.

A Freemason would be just if there were no laws, human or Divine, except those written in his heart by the finger of his Creator. In every climate, under every system of religion, he is the same. He kneels before the universal throne of the Divine in gratitude for the blessings he has received and humble solicitation for his future protection. He venerates the good men of all religions. He disturbs not the Religion of others. He restrains his passions where they cannot be indulged without injuring his neighbor or himself. He gives no offense, because he does not choose to be offended. He contracts no debts which he is certain he cannot discharge, because he is honest upon principal.