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Re: Theos-World Dave's Intro: Freemasonry and Theosophy

May 31, 2010 05:52 PM
by MKR

Welcome, Dave.

Many theosophists are active in masonry and your will find some interesting
books/articles on masonry by theosophists. While, I have not seen much of
discussion on masonry topics here, you are free to post any questions,
thoughts, opinions etc and I am sure many would respond.

By the way, this list is an independent list where you will find
theosophists belonging to various organizations as well as not belonging to
any. We are all inquirers and students here and we learn from each other.


On Mon, May 31, 2010 at 12:26 PM, dsaly1969 <> wrote:

> Hi all,
> My wife and I live in Tehachapi, CA with our two children.
> I have an ongoing interest and family background in Freemasonry and am
> exploring reactivating my Freemasonry membership after many years of being
> inactive. I was involved in DeMolay for a short time as a youth. About 11 or
> so years ago, I joined the Blue Lodge and got all three degrees, through
> Master Mason. I got my Scottish Rite degrees up through the 32nd degree and
> also joined the Shrine at the time. I became inactive due to a change in job
> responsibilities and subsequent moves to other areas.
> I have a particular interest in the esoteric aspects of the Craft which has
> lead to an interest in related paths including Theosophy, Rosicrucianism,
> etc. I am considering joining a Theosophical organization to facilitate
> those interests although I do not know what the difference is between them.
> As a newbie to Theosophy, I look forward to learning more.
> Thanks!
> Dave

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