Other Interesting Masonic-Related Sites
Including Tranquility Lodge (on the Moon), Masonic Kilties of New Jersey,
Operative WebMason Guild, Blackwidow Internet Services, and George Washington Masonic Memorial.


Tranquility Lodge (on the Moon!)
On July 20, 1969, two American Astronauts landed on the moon of the planet Earth, in an area known as Mare Tranquillitatis, or "Sea of Tranquillity." One of those brave men was Brother Edwin Eugene (Buzz) Aldrin, Jr., a member of Clear Lake Lodge No. 1417, AF&AM, Seabrook, Texas. Brother Aldrin carried with him SPECIAL DEPUTATION of then Grand Master J. Guy Smith, constituting and appointing Brother Aldrin as Special Deputy of the Grand Master, granting unto him full power in the premises to represent the Grand Master as such and authorize him to claim Masonic Territorial Jurisdiction for The Most Worshipful Grand Lodge of Texas, Ancient Free and Accepted Masons, on The Moon, and directed that he make due return of his acts. Brother Aldrin certified that the SPECIAL DEPUTATION was carried by him to the Moon on July 20, 1969.

 


Masonic Kilties of NJ
The Masonic Kilties of New Jersey are a Masonic degree team which specializes in conferring the Third, or Master Mason Degree, in full Scottish Highland dress. Within the jurisdiction of the Grand Lodge of New Jersey, we confer the Second Section only, as the host Lodge confers the First Section. Out-of-state, we are required to confer (or exemplify) the entire Degree, according to the standard ritual of the Grand Lodge of New Jersey.

 


Operative WebMason Guild
Welcome to the Operative WebMason Guild. We are pleased to announce that the original Guild for Masonic Webmasters has redeveloped its resources and is active once again. We hope that this site should prove to meet all your needs for constructing a high-quality Masonic home page.


Black Widow Internet Services
This is the service that hosts our site and helps us administer what we hope is an informative and useful place for you to visit.


George Washington Masonic Memorial
Just a mile from the Potomac River, in Alexandria, Virginia and overlooking the nation's capitol, stands the 333 ft. George Washington Masonic National Memorial on historic Shooters Hill. Dedicated to the memory of George Washington-Patriot, President, Mason - the Memorial was dedicated on May 12, l932, as an expression of the Masonic fraternity's faith in the principles of civil and religious liberty and orderly government.



Rosslyn Chapel Though you will not find out a lot about this at this particular site, this Chapel allegedly is the secret hidding place of many Scots Templars' treasures and documents. Supposedly, there should even be documents brought back from Jerusalem as part of the "findings" of the Templars during the Crusades.