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Chapter 25 – Masonry’s Relation To Marriage

In the Masonic contract, the wife is not consulted on the matter of the man’s morals, neither by the Lodge, or by her husband. Even if she agrees with him becoming a Mason, she knows nothing about the nature of the covenant he has made with the Lodge and how it may effect her marriage. To all intents and purposes, she has become a “chattel.” The Masonic Covenant supersedes any other covenant the Mason may make with God or his fellowmen. He must subordinate everything, even his family, to his Masonic belief.



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