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I was raised a Master Free Mason and felt the brotherly comradarie. I soon then found interest in the Scottish Rite and a brother out of the goodness of their heart, paid for my way as my financial status was a bit on the rough side. He simply told me to pay it forward. After going through the 32 degrees I continued to participate in lodge. We moved from Des Moines to a smaller town North West and found a Church. During my time I felt pressure to leave the Lodge and my brotherhood by anti-Masonic influences and others who deemed Freemasons as evil. I left (With no dues owed, and the decision voted for), demitted, and renounced my Masonic pledge. Three to four years of having left the brotherhood I have felt guilt, and shame for I left something I pledged an oath to, something that would hold me to a higher light and help me help others see the light. I am currently seeking forgiveness from the brothers I abruptly left, and hoping I am given redemption on this particular issue so that I may stand next to my brothers in lodge once more.
Nov 23, 1988
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Andrew T. Wiskus
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