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Masonic Section

    General Masonic Sites:  

  1. - To the New Mason's Lady


    DeMolay and Job's Daughters Sites: 

  3. - Index to Youth Sites.    

    Prince Hall Masonry

  4. - Links to Prince Hall Masonry

Non-Masonic Section

Other Links to key resources: 

  1. If you want to view some very interesting research data and information, look at the Leading Edge International Research Group Web Page. One particular article of interest is An Interview with Alex Christopher. The Interviewer, David Alan, starts talking about Masonic influences at the new Denver Airport in the seventh question of the interview. Christopher's take on this is very interesting and very much "off base" I must add.   (Added 11/20/96)

  2. The Seven World Wonders - It is believed that the concept for the architectural design of the George Washington Masonic National Memorial, located in Alexandria, Virginia, was initially developed from "The Lighthouse of Alexandria," one of the seven wonders of the world, located on the ancient island of Pharos, now a promontory within the city of Alexandria in Egypt.


When doing research on the Internet, the things you find are not always what they first appear to be. The following links were found while doing research on the Knights Templar. The findings appear to be direct references to the Masonic Group of the Knights Templar but this is not necessarily true. However, they do provide significant information, in some cases, so I have decided to leave the references listed so that you might be aware that not all information pertains to Masonic Groups:

  1. A History of the KNIGHTS TEMPLAR - A good accounting of the original Knights Templar history.
  2. The Knights Templar Preceptory - has a disclaimer that it is not Masonic.
  3. The Labyrinth of the Grail - The information presented here does not track with a Regular Masonic organization. The reference to "THE KEY" is not a part of any ritual used in a Regular Lodge as we know it today.
  4. The Knights Templar School - is a High School named "The Knights Templar School," located in the United Kingdom of Europe.
  5. Holy Knights, Holy Grail - is about the Oak Island Treasure with reference to the lost treasure of the original Knights Templar.
  6. Council of Vienne 1311-1312 A.D. - is translations of the condemnation of the Order of the Temple in 1314.
  7. Knighthood and Chivalry - is about the Kappa Alpha college fraternity. While it appears that the fraternity practices the tenets and ideals of Masonry, it is not a Masonic Organization and there is no indication that it is supported by a Masonic Group.
  8. Orders of the Templars - are rules for the fantasy game "Vampire".

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