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Our Grand Lodge:

Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons of the Philippines

Description: …..THE GRAND LODGE & MASONIC LODGES All constituent lodges of the Grand Lodge of the Philippines work a form of the American Webb Ritual, closely aligned to Californian forms.  Consequently, lodges open in the third degree, and conduct normal lodge business at separate meetings. Somewhat consequential to its parentage in the masonic sense, the higher degrees are popular in the Philippines, particularly the Scottish Rite.  The majority of Philippine lodges meet at a time between 2 PM and 7 PM, and meetings are followed by a fellowship.

Other Lodges in the Republic of Korea:

Han Yang Lodge No. 1048

Han Yang Lodge No. 1048 is the oldest Masonic Lodge in the Republic of Korea. Consecrated in November of 1908 the Lodge has endured the Occupation of Japan, World War II and the Korean War. Our members come from Korea and around the world making our Lodge truly cosmopolitan. Our Lodge is a Scottish Constitution Lodge under the guidance of the District Grand Lodge of the Far East.

The Lodge meets on the second and forth Wednesdays of each month at 7:30 pm. The Lodge meets in the Cheesman Room in the Seoul Club. Visiting Brethren are always welcome!!

Mailing Address:  Solutions #1048  57-29 Itaewon-dong  Yongsan-gu  Seoul, Korea 140-863

E-mail:   Contact our Secretary

Lodge Pusan No. 1675

Lodge Pusan No. 1675 S.C. on the Roll of The Grand Lodge of Ancient Free and Accepted Masons of Scotland Pusan, Republic of Korea

Lodge meets once a month on Saturday, in Camp Hialeah.   Contact the webmaster with questions about dates.

Lodge Pusan No. 1675 was Chartered on 3 May 1973, on the Roll of the Grand Lodge of Scotland.  The Officers and Brethren of Lodge Pusan No. 1675 have cast a coin to commerate the 25th Anniversary of Lodge Pusan No. 1675.  **NOTE: This coin is no longer available.** 

Information:

Masonic Information Center

Description: The Masonic Information Center (MIC) was founded in 1993 by a grant from John J. Robinson, well-known author, speaker, and Mason. Its purpose is to provide information on Freemasonry to Masons and non-Masons alike and to respond to critics of Freemasonry.

X-Oriente “From the East”

◦ X-Oriente (Ex Oriente) means “From the East.” X-Oriente is a half-hour Podcast (MP3) dedicated to those Freemasons who are young (and young at heart). X-Oriente seeks to inform, inspire, entertain and challenge you. Each issue will be packed with news, discussion, ideas, tools and interviews with Freemasons who are making a difference. We welcome your comments, ideas and submissions at xoriente@gmail.com

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Macoy Publishing & Masonic Supply

Macoy Publishing and Masonic Supply Co., Inc. has been serving FreeMasonry since 1849.

Macoy is the oldest Masonic literature publishing firm in the United States. No other Masonic supply house has had such a continuous business record. Macoy takes pride in offering quality items and services to Freemasons everywhere. We offer an extensive library of Masonic literature, in addition to our beautifully made Masonic, Scottish Rite, Eastern Star and Shriners (to name just a few) regalia and jewelry.