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This group is sponsored by some of the leading members of Waco's Masonic lodges which have been meeting since 1851. It is for anyone interested in learning the truth about Freemasonry.

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Freemasonry, Facts and Fiction

Backyard Saloon

The leaders of Waco's longest existing organization, Waco Masonic Lodge, are joining to provide opportunities for members of the public to learn the truth about Freemasonry. Who can become a Freemason? Do they have the Holy Grail? What kind of charity do they do? What do the symbols mean? From "National Treasure" to that mysterious hat in your grandpa's closet, come and ask your questions from men who actually know about freemasonry.

Freemasonry, Facts and Fiction

Backyard Saloon

The leaders of Waco's longest existing organization, Waco Masonic Lodge, are joining to provide opportunities for members of the public to learn the truth about Freemasonry. Who can become a Freemason? Do they have the Holy Grail? What kind of charity do they do? What do the symbols mean? From "National Treasure" to that mysterious hat in your grandpa's closet, come and ask your questions from men who actually know about freemasonry.

Freemasonry, Facts and Fiction

Backyard Saloon

The leaders of Waco's longest existing organization, Waco Masonic Lodge, are joining to provide opportunities for members of the public to learn the truth about Freemasonry. Who can become a Freemason? Do they have the Holy Grail? What kind of charity do they do? What do the symbols mean? From "National Treasure" to that mysterious hat in your grandpa's closet, come and ask your questions from men who actually know about freemasonry.

Freemasonry, Facts and Fiction

Backyard Saloon

The leaders of Waco's longest existing organization, Waco Masonic Lodge, are joining to provide opportunities for members of the public to learn the truth about Freemasonry. Who can become a Freemason? Do they have the Holy Grail? What kind of charity do they do? What do the symbols mean? From "National Treasure" to that mysterious hat in your grandpa's closet, come and ask your questions from men who actually know about freemasonry.

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Freemasonry, Facts and Fiction

Backyard Saloon

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