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Hey Everybody, my name is Jared, and I am a Master Mason in The State of Mississippi, in the United States of America. But if you've already seen even one of my videos, then you already know that much.

All of us have something that means something to us - something we want to share with the world. Hopefully, you have a lot of those things.

For me, one of those things is Freemasonry. Not only do I enjoy the friendship and brotherly love of an upstanding fraternity, and all the memories gained visiting fellow brethren wherever I might travel, I also believe that there is a lot of knowledge to be wrung out of Freemasonry.

But Freemasonry, globally, does not have a good reputation. Too many lies have been spread over the centuries and continue to be perpetuated by ill-informed people. It is not my intention to argue with anybody who feels that way - but instead to provide an opposing viewpoint so that, perhaps, they might realize that everything they've learned about Freemasonry, no matter how well intended, was a lie.

Even then, if a man does decide to join, most rarely scratch the surface. Freemasonry was never intended to be left to a surface-level understanding. Inasmuch as I hope to presuade the non-mason, I also hope to encourage every mason to seek out more light.
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Hey Everybody, my name is Jared, and I am a Master Mason in The State of Mississippi, in the United States of America. But if you've already seen even one of my videos, then you already know that much.

All of us have something that means something to us - something we want to share with the world. Hopefully, you have a lot of those things.

For me, one of those things is Freemasonry. Not only do I enjoy the friendship and brotherly love of an upstanding fraternity, and all the memories gained visiting fellow brethren wherever I might travel, I also believe that there is a lot of knowledge to be wrung out of Freemasonry.

But Freemasonry, globally, does not have a good reputation. Too many lies have been spread over the centuries and continue to be perpetuated by ill-informed people. It is not my intention to argue with anybody who feels that way - but instead to provide an opposing viewpoint so that, perhaps, they might realize that everything they've learned about Freemasonry, no matter how well intended, was a lie.

Even then, if a man does decide to join, most rarely scratch the surface. Freemasonry was never intended to be left to a surface-level understanding. Inasmuch as I hope to presuade the non-mason, I also hope to encourage every mason to seek out more light.

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