Almost A Third Of The Presidents Of The US Have Been Freemasons


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Around one-third of all the presidents of the United States have belonged to one of history’s most powerful of secret societies, the Freemasons.

This might sound like a statistic that is the fantasy and dream of any conspiracy theorist, but it is true. The Masonic lodges have long functioned as a combination of social clubs, charitable organization, and secret society. The Freemasons is a fraternal organization that has been in place since the 1700s at least and most likely it rose from the early modern organizations of stonemasons. The Masons have roots that go back to when King Solomon’s temple was being constructed.

Today there are numerous offshoots of Freemasonry, however, the branch that many people recognize requires that its members by men and they have to profess to the belief of the existence of a deity. Any conversations about religion and politics are said to be banned and each of the lodges must have a bible on display.

The candidates of the Freemasons have to get through three different degrees of craft to become Freemasons. First off they have to be initiated as an apprentice, then they have to move on to the level of Fellowcraft and then finally they are raised to be full blown Masons, should the people that are in the lodge already vote them in.

The Freemasons is a society that is mysterious and which has been said to take part in ancient rituals and the public’s perception of Masons generally range from one of fascination to fear. In fact, the first third party in politics in the US ran to try and bring Freemasonry down.

George Washington Was The First US President To Be A Freemason

The first president of the United States, George Washington, was the first president to become a Freemason. It was said that the future president might have become attracted to the Masonic Order for Enlightenment ideals. It was said that he had joined the Order of the Freemasons during his early life and at the age of 20 went into the Fredericksburg Lodge. Washington was said to have kept in contact with his Masonic brothers for all his life.

The Masonic influences on Washington were first seen at his inauguration. In the ceremony, he swore an oath on the Bible from the St. Johns Masonic Lodge No 1 in New York. His ties to the Freemasons were to follow him around all his life and there is a George Washington Masonic National Memorial dedicated to him in 1932, which only reached completion in 1970.

James Monroe The Fifth President

James Monroe was the fifth president of the US and it was said that he went into the Williamsburg Lodge No 6 in 1776 when he was only 17 years old and a long way from becoming president of the US. It was said that he had paid dues to the lodge from 1776 to 1780 and he dropped out of college to go and fight for the revolution and on his return studied law.

Andrew Jacksons Mason Status Was Political Issue During The Presidency

The status of Andrew Jackson as a Mason became a big political issue when he was president. This was due to the fact that the third party in politics in the US was formed as a backlash against the Freemasons. Seeds for an anti-Masonic party had been set in 1826 when the Masons were said to be implicated in the kidnapping of a New York man who was threatening to reveal some of the secret rituals. The anti-Masonic party found that they had a natural enemy in Jackson, he was not just a Mason, but one who was highly ranked. He was Grand Master of the Grande Lodge of Tennessee from 1822 to 1824.

James K. Polk The 11th President

James K. Polk was the 11th president of the US and he had been initiated into the Columbia Lodge No 31 in Tennessee. He was 25 years old at this time and had started to practice law.

James Buchanan The Worst Ranked President In US History

James Buchanan was said to have been raised in the Lodge No 43 in Pennsylvania and Buchanan would later be known as one of the worst ranked presidents in the history of the US.

Andrew Johnson

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James Garfield was a president of the US for just months before he was shot to death by assassination. It was said that he served longer as a Freemason than he did as president of the US. It was said that he was initiated at the Magnolia Lodge No 20 in Ohio.

William McKinley Had Lodge Named After Him

William McKinley was a president of the US and also president of the Freemasons and he was also assassinated. It was said that he went into the Masons when he was fighting during the Civil War and his legacy lives on as he had a lodge named after him.

Theodore Roosevelt Was 26th President

Theodore Roosevelt was the 26th president of the United States and many of his letters make reference his activities in the Masons. He addressed the Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania in 1902 but he often ran into snags with the society. It was said that he had chastised an alleged Mason for trying to use his position for political advantage, which was against the rules. Following his presidency, he wrote about traveling the world and he visited many lodges.

William Taft Become Mason Shortly Before Inauguration

William Taft was said to have become a Freemason in 1909 just one month before he became president. This had been recorded in a book and it mentioned Taft.

Warren Harding The 29th President

Warren Harding was the 29th president of the US and he entered the Marion Lodge No 70 in 1901. He did not become Master Mason until 19 years later and he had a long and thwarted quest to join the secret society.

Franklin Delano Roosevelt

Roosevelt was initiated into the Freemasons in1911 and in 1934 he became a Grand Master. In a press conference in1935, it was said that he had pulled a prank related to the Masons on the Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman. Following the press conference, he conducted a ceremony which raised his sons at the Architect Lodge.

Harry Truman The 33rd President

Harry Truman was the 33rd US president and he became involved in the Freemasons in Missouri and in 1911 he helped to form a lodge there. It was said that Truman had been hooked on Freemasonry and that he had done a great job in lodge work and was excellent as a director. It was also said that Trueman had been the only president to get the 33rd degree of the Supreme Council of Scottish Rite.

Gerald Ford Was Last Known US President To Be A Freemason

Gerald Ford was the last known Masonic president and he was raised in the Columbia Lodge No 3 in D.C in 1949. In 1975 it was said that he was made an honorary grand-master of the Order of DeMolay.

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