"in the dark" I suppose. Mar 25, 2010 15:28:09 GMT
Post by on Mar 25, 2010 15:28:09 GMT
To answer your original questions, nobody cares if you have tats or ear rings, although I imagine people might question if the tat had something to do to promote anarchy or something that would oppose what Freemasonry supports. We have officers in lodges in our district who are Samoan by birth and have their faces tattooed...
There are also a number of English speaking Lodges in Germany:
These are only examples, and I am sure that you would get plenty of information from your 'Mother Lodge' when/where you choose to join, as well as from more experienced people on this forum.
Otto: I was in the military for a long time and also did a lot of travelling and visiting of different Lodges. Now I'm an expat living in Germany, so if you are ever in the area, feel free to get in touch.
Although not a member of any Masonic Order, I have always had good relations with many brothers from different branches etc., of Masonry.
You are preparing to enter a spiritual landscape, that is very personal, and what I call 'the process' is very private to each individual upon the path.