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Is there a relationship between Gnosticism and Freemasonry?

"Gnosticism holds the most important position the title of the sect is derived from the Greek word 'gnosis,' 'wisdom or knowledge,' and - was adopted in a spirit of ostentation, to intimate that the disciples of the sect were in possession of a higher degree of spiritual wisdom than was attainable by those who had not been initiated into their mysteries."

http://www.co-masonry.org/History/Gnosticism.aspx

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What is the relationship between Pythagoras and Freemasonry?

"The theory which ascribes, if not the actual origin of Freemasonry to Pythagoras, at least its introduction into Europe by him, through the school which he established at Crotona, in Italy, which, was a favorite poke one among our early writers, may very properly be placed among the legends of the Order, since it wants all the requisites of historical authority for its support. The notion was most probably derived from what has been called the Leland Manuscript, because it is said to have been found in the Bodleian Library, in the handwriting of that celebrated antiquary."

http://www.co-masonry.org/History/Pythagoras.aspx

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What are the degrees of Freemasonry? The Masonic Degrees consist of the thirty-three degrees of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite in addition to the Royal Arch Degrees of the Ancient and Accepted York Rite. Check out our website to learn more.

http://www.co-masonry.org/site/english/Degree.aspx

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Why join a Masonic Lodge?

"Freemasonry is for people who wish to improve themselves spiritually, mentally and physically, as a parent and a friend, as a member of their community and ultimately as a servant of God."

http://www.co-masonry.org/site/english/WhyJoin.aspx

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What are the ideal qualities of a Freemason?

"Freemasonry is an ancient system designed to impart morality, ethics and teach mutual service to its members. Instead of lecture or sermon, Freemasonry instructs its members by the performance of ceremonial degrees, each with its own teachings, symbols and message. Thus, the Freemason is taught by experience to serve God, help his fellow man and better himself."

http://www.co-masonry.org/site/english/Qualities.aspx

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Learn about the founding of the A.F.H.R. Headquarters in Larkspur, Colorado... a journey from the original pioneers of the Headquarters Temple through its renovation today.

http://www.co-masonry.org/Museum/Exhibit001/

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