The Masonic handshake is a symbol used by the Freemasons society members for social purposes as a form of recognition through which members identify each other. Masons press their thumbs against the space between the fir... More »

Masonic rituals include funeral services, the hoodwink, handshakes, passwords and signs. Lodge members conduct public funerals and memorial services for deceased members upon request. Masons do not reveal the secrets of ... More »

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Masons, also known as Freemasons, are a secret and somewhat controversial religious all-male group, with rituals and ceremonies for several different occasions, including initiations, weddings, funerals and “degrees,” or... More »

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Some common Masonic hand signs are the sign of the pyramid, the Masonic handshake, the devil’s horn and the hidden hand. These common Masonic hand signs show fellow Freemasons that a person is a member of the organizatio... More »

The claddagh is an Irish symbol that represents eternal friendship when in the form of a ring worn on the right hand with the heart pointed outward. In the design, the two hands surrounding a heart symbolize everlasting ... More »

A Masonic service is a type of memorial or funeral service held for a Freemason who is a member of the Masonic Lodge, or Freemasonry. Freemasons are historically known as builders, according to the Masonic Lodge of Educa... More »

Masons, also known as Freemasons, are a secret and somewhat controversial religious all-male group, with rituals and ceremonies for several different occasions, including initiations, weddings, funerals and “degrees,” or... More »

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