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Personally, I don't see why anyone cares if someone posts in an old thread. It's better than no activity at all, which has happened to a lot of message boards in the era of Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc.
It depends on jurisdiction. In Minnesota, I'm permitted to ask someone if they'd be interested, but I can only ask them once, and then have to leave them alone about it. Far too many possible good candidates are mistakenly under the impression that you must be invited, and since we never...
Brother Cook is correct, and don't let anybody tell you different. Wear it on any finger of either hand, pointing in the direction that looks best to you. People will tell you "I was told by the most knowledgeable Mason I've ever known that it's supposed to be worn . . ." but there is...
That should be up to the lodge and the Grand Lodge they are chartered by. If the elderly brothers (and I'm in my 70s myself; the picture on the left is 7-8 years old) are still enjoying their lodge and their Masonry, I say leave them alone. If they don't attract any new members, eventually the...
Welcome Brother Sam. I made my first real visit to Ohio last summer (that is, other than just passing through) to Akron for the Royal Order of Scotland meeting, then up to Cleveland for the Annual Session of the Scottish Rite, NMJ.
I see you're in Arizona. That would be part of the Southern Jurisdiction of the Scottish Rite. There will probably be someone in your lodge who can help you pursue Scottish Rite, but you can also go to https://scottishrite.org/about/how-to-join/
The web site for the Grand Lodge of Ghana is out of service, but there is contact information on their Facebook page:
You need to contact them to find out how to proceed.
If I was to meet with you as a petitioner to my lodge, I'd be extremely concerned that you have entirely the wrong image of what Freemasonry is and what knowledge you were going to gain. Both the Crowley obsession and the cyanide reference give me pause.