The Rubicon Masonic Society is a Masonic interest group of Master Masons. The purpose of the Society and its members is to advance the study and further understanding of Freemasonry, its traditions and practices and promoting of the conviviality of brotherhood outside the lodge.
First created by members of Lexington Lodge No. 1, The Craftsman is a resource for Masonic education materials, articles, essays, and papers on topics of history, origins, and a variety of noteworthy issues, for those seeking more information about the Fraternity.
The Rubicon Masonic Society (RMS) is a group of regular Freemasons who promote the traditions of the fraternity by focusing on self-improvement through education, lively discussion and fellowship. The Society offers educational materials, articles, essays, commentaries, sponsors formal festive boards, and educational events to promote the characteristics most affiliated with the Ancient Heritage of the Craft.
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