Le Droit Humain - International
The International Order of Freemasonry for Men and Women "LE DROIT HUMAIN"
has about 28,000 members spread throughout 60 countries in the world, and on 5 continents. The Order has three official languages: French, English and Spanish and works from the 1st to the 33rd degree inclusive of the Ancient & Accepted Scottish Rite.
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Prominent Freemason Julian Rees puts the record straight
The Order I chose to join was The International Order of Freemasonry for Men and Women Le Droit Humain. There I found the completion of my spiritual quest in freemasonry. Now for me, the circle was complete – I could pursue my path alongside good freemasons, spiritually aware, of both genders, in a spirit of true equality and good fellowship, untramelled by the often superfluous questions of the search for higher rank and fund-raising activities.
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Le Droit Humain, American Federation
Freemasons are ordinary people who seek knowledge of themselves, and the world around them, through the study of, and participation in, symbolic ritual.
Being a Mason is not to benefit a career or progress in the commercial sense, nor to simply partake in a healthy social life. Masons work through self-understanding and improvement, gained through Masonic ceremony, to achieve harmony with the wider world and thereby to benefit mankind. Membership is open to men and women, without distinction of ethnicity, or personal beliefs.
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The Telegraph Newspaper
Meet the first mother and daughter Freemasons
Rachel Cooper finds out why two women - who are the first mother and daughter Freemasons - decided to join a movement more often associated with all-male brotherhoods and strange handshakes.
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