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Welcome to the Northwest Arkansas Freemason Blue Lodge web site and calendar.


Please send happenings that you would like to be included in the calendar NWAMasons@gmail.com


The request will be reviewed, and if vouched for by your secretary, or an officer of your lodge, it will be added. 


(This site is not affiliated with any particular Lodge, or the Grand Lodge of Arkansas, it is simply a meeting place for
Northwest Arkansas Freemasons to be able to view the weekly or monthly happenings in the area)

The tenants of Freemasonry are; friendship, morality and brotherly love. This foundation of humanity is what true Freemasons live by every day.


The Masonic fraternity is the oldest and grandest secular fraternity in history, which dates back more than three centuries. A society of men concerned with moral and spiritual values.


Freemasonry is founded on the three great principles of Brotherly Love, Relief and Truth, it aims to bring together men of goodwill, regardless of background and differences. 

All men of age and all faiths who are law-abiding, of good character, and who acknowledge a belief in deity can become a member.  To become a Freemason is quite simple, to be one ask one.
The first qualification for becoming a Freemason is that you have decided to join of your own free will, not for any personal gain, or the reason of idle curiosity.

The essential qualification to be admitted is that you have a belief in a Supreme Being.

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Christopher L. Hodapp -  In his book "Freemasons for Dummies", Chris covers all bases in an easy to understand manner. This is a great place to start for anyone thinking of joining Masonry.


Albert G. Mackey's The History of Freemasonry, is legendary for its multitude of Masonic studies and historical observations.


Morals and Dogma: Of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite Of Freemasonry - Albert Pike's Masonic masterpiece of knowledge, while this book can be confusing, it is very complete.


In this book, "Solomon's Builders" Christopher Hodapp explains some interesting facts, and covers some fascinating history that the average Mason may not know, but will likely find fascinating.

The Principles of Masonic Law And The Symbolism of Freemasonry (with linked TOC) by M.D. Albert G. Mackey (Apr 11, 2010)Kindle eBook



Robert Macoy's

"A Dictionary of Freemasonry" is a must have for every Freemason's library!


The true secret of Freemasonry is making good men better...

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