The secret handshakes of the Freemasons include the Boaz, the Shibboleth, the Jachin, the Tubalcain and the Ma-Ha-Bone. Each one is associated with a certain degree, or level of attainment, in Freemasonry. The handshakes... More »

Michael Bradley wrote the book, "The Secrets of the Freemasons." This 208-page hardcover book was published on August 5, 2008, by Sterling publishers and is currently available for purchase. More »

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Freemasons bar atheists from joining their cult since belief in a higher power is a requirement for becoming a member. Prospective members must define the higher power for themselves, with religion being a point of honor... More »

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Prospective Freemasons should contact their local Masonic lodge or the Grand Lodge of their region to begin the process of joining. The basic requirements for membership include being a freeborn man of good repute and la... More »

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The Handshakes section of the website Ephesians5-11.org has information on Freemason secret signs, such as the Sign of an Entered Apprentice, Sign of a Fellow Craft and Sign of a Master Mason. The book, "A Ritual of Free... More »

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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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A computer handshake refers to the process of one computer attempting to establish a connection with another computer or device. During the "handshake" process, the computers and devices involved synchronize with one ano... More »