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Masonry 101 is a weekly informational meeting open to the public. It is held at 207 West 18th Street, Austin, Texas 78701 on Mondays from 5:00 PM to 6:30 PM, followed by a free dinner with the lodge members. All are welcome! Come by and ask your questions, or simply sit in and get information directly from the people who know. See what is Freemasonry is all about.

The purpose of Masonry 101 and this website is to serve as an inspiration for those who are seeking Light in Freemasonry, but do not have any connections to the fraternity. The opinions stated are those of the individuals and do not represent any official statements of the Grand Lodge of Texas A.F. & A.M. or Austin Lodge No. 12 A.F. & A.M.

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  • John the Baptist
    St John the Baptist was a traveling preacher who lived in the Jordan River Valley in the first century A.D. According to the New Testament John was a Jewish prophet who preached the imminence of God’s Final Judgment and baptized those who repented in self-preparation for it. He is revered in the Christian church as the […]
  • Volume of Sacred Law
    The Volume of Sacred Law, or VSL for short, is what Freemasons call the religious text that is used in their ceremonies and traditionally placed onto their altar while the lodge is in session. In predominantly Christian areas such as the USA, it is most common to display the King James Bible. This is the […]
  • Albert Pike
    Albert Pike (December 29, 1809 – April 2, 1891) was a Renaissance man who was a writer, orator, lawyer, jurist and Confederate general. He is most famous for his copious writing on Freemasonic philosophy and symbolism. He served as the Grand Commander of the Scottish Rite Southern Jurisdiction from 1859 to 1889. During this time he […]

“We Masons are among the fortunate ones who are taught to meet together with other’s opposing convictions or competitive ideas, and yet respect each other as Brothers.”
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