IT IS BELIEVED THAT IN ORDER TO BECOME A FREEMASON, YOU MUST BE INVITED ...
...We are here to tell you that this is not the case. If you are interested in learning how to become a Freemason and join a Masonic lodge, you will be interested to know that Freemasonry is built from people who, of their own free will and consent, sought membership in the order.
By joining a Masonic lodge and becoming a Freemason, you will join the oldest and largest fraternity in the world, numbering more than 2 million people from all races, religions and countries, whom you can recognize as brothers. You should be aware that there are requirements to become a Freemason and should study them before applying for membership.
Freemasonry is a voluntary fraternal organization consisting of people of good will, good character and good reputation, who in most jurisdictions around the world believe in God and profess the spirit of universal brotherhood with people.
They are loyal to their country and devote their time to the principles of friendship and camaraderie. Their goal is to serve all of humanity.
For many people, Freemasonry fills that part of themselves that, according to their inner feeling, they lacked. Whether it's social, philosophical, spiritual, historical, or just a sense of community with others: you will find in Freemasonry the part of yourself that you are looking for.
Free masons help build a better world through a unique and dignified process of creating better people to live in.
If you are interested in learning more about how to join a Masonic lodge and become a Freemason, you should start by applying to the lodge for membership.