Freemasonry has Nothing - Absolutely Nothing - to do with Satan, or Anything of that

First, in order to become a Mason, one must profess a belief in a Supreme Being. While
someone might want to argue that Satan could be considered a Supreme Being the fact of the
matter is that the entire process of application would discourage someone with evil intent or
deviant behaviors which are contradictory to societal norms, they would not even be
considered for candidacy as a Mason.
Furthermore, one must be recommended by another Brother Mason in good standings before
even being considered for candidacy along with extensive background checks.

Let's Examine This Further:
Would a person who might enjoy blaspheming God want to join a group which has an open
Bible in the Center of its Lodge room? Would a person who thinks the Devil guides their
actions want to stand and pray to the Grand Architect Of The Universe (G.A.O.T.U.) for help
and guidance in his life? Would a person who would find pleasure in debasing Deity feel
comfortable around a group of men, nearly all of whom are active in the practice of their faith
and many of whom are leaders in their Church, Synagogue, or Mosque?

Mark 3:24-26)
If a kingdom is divided against itself, it cannot stand. If a house is divided against itself, it
cannot stand. And if Satan is divided and rises against himself, he cannot stand; his end has

The only answer is - Of Course Not!
Seek Wisdom and Light so That You Can Discern
The Truth From a Lie!
What's a Masonic Bible?
Bibles are popular gifts among Masons,
frequently given to a man when he joins
the lodge or at other special events. A
Masonic Bible is the same book anyone
thinks of as a Bible
(It's usually the King James Version)
Whom Do Mason's Serve?
something or a lot to do with Lucifer and
Satanism, and many organisations which
endorse satanist teachings often mention
Freemasonry in their texts. Many Cowards and
Eavesdroppers have made an effort to try and
prove that these allegations are true, but I think
that it has to be said very clearly.

We Believe that The Mission of Freemasonry is to
promote a way of life that binds like minded men into
a worldwide Brotherhood that transcends all
religious, ethnic, cultural, social and educational
differences; by teaching the great principles of
Brotherly Love, Relief, and Truth: and, by the
outward expression of these, through its fellowship,
its compassion and its concern, to find ways in
which each may serve his God, his family, his
country, his neighbors and himself.

​The Goal of the Masonic Membership Program of
The General Grand Masonic Congress, its Member
Grand Lodges, and Affiliates  is to connect the
individual interested in bettering himself, his
community, and society, with these like minded men
in the fraternity of Freemasons.