As the web grows daily, so does the information available. The following links are provided to assist those who are ‘browsing the web’
find locations of interest to Freemasons and their friends. Also available are links to the ‘Masonic Family’ in Maine.
These links are provided for informational
purposes only. They should not be considered an endorsement by and may
not represent the views of the Grand Lodge of Maine, AF&AM.
Clicking on a link will open a new window in your browser.
|The Masonic Service Association of North America has a wealth of information about Freemasonry available through its Short Talk Bulletins and other publications – and the cost is well within nearly anyone’s budget.This site also has information about the important Hospital Visitation Program which provides support and encouragement to our hospitalized Masonic military veterans. Do drop by their site and browse around!|
Another excellent resource which provides extraordinary and in-depth analysis of the most egregious claims of anti-Masons can be found on the web site of the Grand Lodge of British Columbia and Yukon‘s where Trevor MeKeown has invested a tremendous amount of effort to address the irrational and erroneous charges leveled against us.
And finally, there’s an opportunity to read online and at no charge the excellent book, “Is It True What They Say About Freemasonry?” by Brothers Art deHoyos and Brent Morris. One of the best books ever written on this topic.
Our own Maine
Maine is recognized as the place where interest in Masonic-related poetry was introduced to the Internet. Thanks to our own M.W. Jerry
|The graphic says it all: “The World’s Oldest Masonic Web site” (not even 10 years old yet though…. Bro. Gary Dryfoos’ web site has been and continues to be the first stop for many seeking information about Freemasonry. If you check the Microsoft© Encarta© encyclopedia, you’ll find his site listed as the online link for additional information. A truly devoted Freemason from right next door in Massachusetts, he was the inspiration for thousands of budding Masonic Webmasters! Drop by his
site and poke around. It’s well worth the hours you’ll spend there.