How do I Become a Mason?
If you look around you may be surprised at how many of your friends, neighbors, community members and, yes, possibly even your family members are Masons.
Are You Interested in becoming a Mason? - To Be One Ask One! Generally, you must ask a Mason to become a Mason. If you know someone who's a Mason, ask him how you can join.
If you can't find anyone who you can ask, then contact the lodge nearest to where you live. You can also contact the Grand Lodge of Alaska by phone or e-mail and we will be happy to personally assist you.
Still Not Sure or Want to Learn More?
Check out the following links. Some of these will take you to other masonic-related sites, which you can use as a starting point to surf through the myriad of Masonic-related web sites.
Disclaimer - please note that the Grand Lodge of Alaska does not endorse, support, or sponsor websites external to our own, nor can we guarantee the accuracy of other websites' content. We do, however, try to direct you to good information but do not make or imply any warranties thereof:
- The Real Secret of Freemasonry - a primer type publication by the Grand Lodge of Alaska - a good read for those newly curious about freemasonry (PDF ~3 MB)
- Wikipedia - although any most school teachers would scoff at the idea, Wiki has a pretty good read about the fraternity - from pros and cons, to history to esoteric implications, it's seemingly accurate.
- Anti-Masonry Points of View - if you've done a fair bit of web surfing on freemasonry you've undoubtedly come across some anti-masonic information. This web site offers insights that everyone should read.
- The Masonic Trowel - check out the links under the Masonic Education page
- Phoenix Masonry - thier motto - enlightenment -- one web surfer at a time!
- Millennial Freemason - insights into the mind of a young freemason
You can also check out our links page for other sites.