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Synonyms for Freemason

a member of a widespread secret fraternal order pledged to mutual assistance and brotherly love

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Because of his twin interest in Freemasonry and Druidism, Toland is a major figure in effecting the synthesis of civic humanism (a typical Freemasonic issue) with nature enthusiasm (the Druidic signature).
We have already underlined that Whitehead could not deny the perennial symbolic features of our culture, but besides the following quote, there is nothing in his corpus that leads to think that the Freemasonic ideal, that basically amounts to Quattrocento's humanism, was alive in his philosophy:
9) In his work, Icke also makes much use of the analysis of the negative imagery of the owl, which he describes as a Freemasonic emblem signifying a relationship to Babylonian Aryan/reptoid cults.
The third magistrate is not listed locally as a freemason, but I am at liberty to assume that he is a freemasonic member because he does not deny any association.
The alternative option - which is that someone inside the Conservatives wants more Freemasonic councillors - is actually quite worrying.
She also challenges James's belief in the existence of an Egyptian Mystery System, concluding that the author of Stolen Legacy based much of his scheme on relatively recent Freemasonic literature.
The international character of freemasonry benefited the theatrical touring professional, and the expertise of the professional performer could be put to use by freemasonic lodges (see also Brockman; Pedicord; Burke).
In general, the freemasonic movement was an important part of the dissemination of theatrical culture, and had a hand more generally in the creation of public performance venues in North America.
But his freemasonic ways may also have been a factor in the failed venture.
The freemasonic movement did not always segregate itself from such popular performance idioms.
But yesterday Lord Bingham, the Lord Chief Justice, said: "Our position is and has always been that no one has ever been able to suggest that there has ever been a vestige of evidence that any judge in any case ever in this country has been diverted fromhis duty by any conflict arising from Freemasonic association.