Definition of Freemason


A Freemason is a member of an international order established for mutual help and fellowship, which holds elaborate secret ceremonies.
The original freemasons were itinerant skilled stonemasons of the 14th century, who are said to have recognized fellow craftsmen by secret signs. Modern Freemasonry is usually traced to the formation of the Grand Lodge in London in 1717; members are typically professionals and businessmen.

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