Do Masons believe in God?

Answer Members of a Masonic lodge are not required to follow any set beliefs but they must believe in some sort of god or higher supreme being. Freemasons believe in God by many different names and welcom... Read More »

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How much do masons earn?

According to The PayScale Report as of June 2010, cement masons earn $34,834 to $61,008 per year, stonemasons get $32,221 to $60,947, brick masons receive $32,206 to $52,525 and stucco masons recei... Read More »

Do Masons believe in Jesus?

The Freemasons are a historic fraternal organization, who have often been somewhat secretive. Freemasons believe in a "Supreme Being;" this is a necessary requirement to become a Mason. Freemasons... Read More »

How many levels do masons have?

Freemasonry is divided into two main factions: the Scottish Rite, which offers 33 levels, or “degrees,” and the York Rite, which offers 13 degrees. Both factions confer upon members identical d... Read More »

Who do the Masons worship?

The Freemasons do not worship a specific deity from any established religion. Masons profess a belief in a "Supreme Being" which, for most religious members, denotes the monotheistic entity found i... Read More »