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Tuesday, 14 July 2009, 12:00AM
Barnard's Inn Hall

Shattering Myths About Freemasonry

Pauline Chakmakjian

Freemasonry is a relatively obscure subject with many myths surrounding the organization. This lecture attempts to provide some insight into the past and present background of freemasonry as a fraternal organization, highlight the main myths associated with freemasonry as well as to shatter these myths or illusions hovering over its membership.

Pauline Chakmakjian
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14 July 2009

Shattering Myths About Freemasonry
Pauline Chakmakjian

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