International Order of Freemasonry for Men & Women 

Australian Federation

Becoming a Freemason (How to Join):

Freemasonry for Men and Women - LE DROIT HUMAIN, welcomes ALL who sincerely seek to make a better person of themselves, uphold humanist values and create a better society.
Membership Qualifications

Initiation into Freemasonry is a personal journey that is characterised by learning, self-discipline, growth, development  and service to others. It is a serious concern for its members and as such, we welcome applications from men and women who possess the following qualities:
  • Over 18 years of age

  • Good character

  • Committed to self development, learning and service to others

  • Willing to assume responsibilities if they are made a Freemason 

  • Able to demonstrate genuine ongoing committment to their chosen Lodge, their Brothers and Sisters and the specific work undertaken by the Lodge.

Applications for membership are not judged by the worldly possessions and attainments of those seeking initiation (wealth, social station, educational qualifications, power and influence of applicants are not assessed) but rather on qualities of the heart and character.
We expect that seekers have more than a mere curiosity, they come without pressure from friends or relatives, they are not seeking business connections or political influence but rather, they want to contribute to the building of a better world, beginning with themselves.The proper method to become a Freemason is to contact the Lodge nearest to where you live or work and ask (petition) for membership see Our Lodges link above or below to locate your nearest Lodge.

Becoming a freemason is a serious undertaking that involves a process of application, interviews, discussions with, and a vote by members of the Lodge you wish to join.
All information supplied will be handled in the highest confidence and your application will never be discussed or disclosed outside of the Lodge. Applications are generally dealt with within a year.

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