[Web-master's note: All that info is available at my web-site, in the "Usenet FAQ"]
[Webmaster's note: There's more than 20megabytges of information about Masonry in my website, including all about what we are, what we do, and what we believe.
I keep explaining, and it's written all over the website, that the ONLY things that Masons keeps as secrets are a small number of words and gestures that commemorate the methods that stonemasons would use to identify and authenticate themselves to their new bosses and co-workers, back in the days of the great cathedrals. And even those aren't really secret, since they have been published in dozens (maybe hundreds) of books over the last 200 years. We faithful Masons continue to treat them as secrets, and have made serious promises not to reveal them, but you could find them for yourself. So what? Why do you want to know? Do you want to come to a meeting and pretend to be a Mason? Why don't you tell me the names of your friends and relatives, so I can show up at your parents' house and pretend to be your old school friend? Would you like that?
If you're father is really a 33rd degree Mason (not just 32nd, there's a difference) that means he is very active as an officer in the Scottish Rite, and you really should show him this answer, and ask him to tell you what Masonry is about: the ideals, beliefs, moral lessons. Most children never want to hear moral lessons from their parents, and I'm sure he'd be delighted that you asked.]
Webmaster's note: No. Not without some kind of contact information. How are you expecting someone to get in touch with you?