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This is an excellent question, (Who Can Wear A Freemason Ring?), and one that, due to the spiritual nature of Freemasonry, many people don't fully understand. Yes, wearing a Masonic ring is enjoyable to a lot, not just in part to wearing rings, but for the fact its freemason jewelry. The designs look great, so natural, wearing one would seem to be "cool." But there are some key points you should remember to take away.
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Freemasonry is a fraternity of men, brethren would say the fraternity, who believe in a Supreme Creator and, who choose of their own free will, to live their lives under our Creator's watchful eye, in brotherhood and harmony with all other men on the globe.
Freemasonry is somewhat akin to taking a private walk along life's highway, with God as your companion.
Some people whose loved ones passed and they want to remember them by wearing masonic, does not honor them, though not necessarily wrong..
The reason Freemasonry is said to "Make Good Men Better" is because of the personal choice made by each man,... of their own free will, to be known as a man of good character.
In so doing, Freemasons must refrain from besmurching their personal character or the character of their fraternity of like-minded men with any form of wrong-doing.
Masonic memorabilia such as a Masonic apron, Masonic ring, Masonic lapel pin, cufflinks, Shrine jewelry, Scottish Rite jewelry, York Rite jewelry, Masonic jewelry, or any accompanying Masonic regalia is purchased by a Freemason after their having personally,... both physically and spiritually, mastered Freemasonry's many specific degrees.
While each degree is different in its underlying theme, each degree teaches honor and friendship as well as brotherhood and charity to all mankind, all under the watchful eye of the Supreme Architect of the Universe.
Freemasonry is the attempt to live in peaceful harmony with one another, while attempting to find and maintain a spiritual path.
Each degree builds on the preceding degree. The culmination of becoming a Master Mason is the ultimate and never ending quest for more light (knowledge)of that which our Creator wishes for him.
It is by virtue of this very private, personal, spiritual and continuing "Walk with God" that each of these men, these brethren, in reverence, circumambulate around lodge altars around the world, each of which is dedicated to our Creator.
One Masonic offense that will bar you from joining any Lodge in any jurisdiction is “passing off” as a Brother, while not actually having taken the obligations and learned - through experience - what being a Mason really means. Almost all communities of Freemasons have a cautionary story about someone who tried this. A reporter, a religious fanatic, an anti-masonic zealot, a beggar or simply the curious who tried to pretend he was a Brother.
It is true that many of the rituals and secrets of Freemasonry have been published. But it is also true that Freemasonry is about experiential learning, not about books or secret handshakes. There is not a Brother who responded to your question who could be fooled by someone pretending to be a Freemason and wearing masonic rings. You might know the book, you might have the ring, but it will be apparent and obvious with a few seconds that you do not have the experience. That freemason ring means, “I am trustworthy to you as a Brother”.
Thus, becoming a Freemason in the fraternity, is to continue to quest for more light,...more knowledge,....and to seek to fulfill our Creator's plan for each of us.
No matter how dear a non-Freemason is, was or has been to a Freemason honor, the simple truth is that when a non-Freemason chooses wearing Freemason emblems, like Freemasons rings, Masonic rings, or however you want to say it, such as those of a special relative in their lives, they are, in actuality, usurping a piece of that special relationship that was earned by the Freemason, himself.
In other words, this would be somewhat synonymous with wearing an Olympic medal or Olympic ring that was purchased from E-Bay.
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