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“Though the modern world may know a million secrets,

the ancient world knew one – and that was greater than the million;

for the million secrets breed death, disaster, sorrow, selfishness, lust, and avarice,

but the one secret confers life, light, and truth.”

Manly P. Hall

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The sovereignty of one’s self over one’s self is called Liberty.

Albert Pike

We must pass through the darkness, to reach the light.

Albert Pike

Less glory is more liberty. When the drum is silent, reason sometimes speaks.

Albert Pike
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Masonic Duties

In the words of Albert Pike:

To make honor and duty the steady beacon-lights that shall guide your life-vessel over the stormy seas of time;
to do that which it is right to do, not because it will ensure you success, or bring with it a reward,
or gain the applause of men, or be “the best policy,” more prudent or more advisable; but because it is right, and therefore ought to be done;
to war incessantly against error, intolerance, ignorance, and vice, and yet to pity those who err, to be tolerant even of intolerance, to teach the ignorant, and to labor to reclaim the vicious—these are some of the duties of a Mason.

WE ARE GUIDED BY THE ENDURING AND RELEVANT PRINCIPALS OF OUR FRATERNITY

BROTHERLY LOVE • RELIEF • TRUTH

NIK PETCOV
NIK PETCOVWorshipful Master

Words From The East

I know that some of you, may be curious as to what masonry is, and what masons do when they meet. At the risk of sharing some of our secrets, I will try to give you an understanding. We are one big family, a brotherhood of men, who are guided by a Beautiful System of Morality, Veiled in Allegory and Illustrated by Symbols.
That system was founded back in 1717, with the formation of the Grand Lodge of England. So as Masonry is about to celebrate its 300th Birthday, and while the world has changed dramatically since then, Masonry is just as relevant today as it was 300 years ago. My theme for 2017 was inspired by the up coming  anniversary. It is: 

GUIDED BY TRADITION, INSPIRED BY ACTION. 

Nik Petcov
Worshipful Master

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What we have done for ourselves alone dies with us; what we have done for others and the world remains and is immortal.

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