Henry James O'Brien Bedford-Jones was certainly quite a character. He was born in Canada but moved to the US, thus increasing the average IQs of both countries. He was a Freemason, as some of the titles to his pulp fiction shows: The Seal of John Solomon (1915) Gentleman of Solomon (1915) Solomon's Carpet (1915) Solomon's Quest (1915) The Seal of Solomon (1924) ...But the short story Irregular Brethren (1919), set entirely inside a Masonic Lodge, is his most Masonic work. It is online for free at gutenberg.net.au/ebooks08/0800321.txt Oddly, I don't think I've seen this one mentioned before.
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omni: In my Lodge the Secretary is a hugh bully along with control issues. if anyone even asks a question he files masonic charges against them. He controls members mostly because they are afraid of him.
Apr 16, 2018 1:07:49 GMT
foriamhim: To omni: Grow some balls, that lodge is yours as well as every member in that lodge. If you are right, its not your problem. Nobody likes the ugliness of masonic charges. Light will always illuminate darkness, don't be afraid, be a better man.
May 27, 2018 15:37:09 GMT
foriamhim: Oh, I am a new member and just wanted to say hi...
May 27, 2018 15:39:10 GMT