The International Masonic Research Society
Society was founded on October 1, 1928, by a group of Masonic
Students. It was designed for Freemasons desirous of seeking and
spreading Masonic light. In 1946 The Philalethes Magazine was
established to publish articles by and for its members. For many years
it has been voted the best Masonic Publication in the world.
The sole purpose of this Research Society is to act as a clearing house
for Masonic knowledge. It exchanges ideas, researches problems
confronting Freemasonry, and passes them along to the Masonic world.
For more information, contact Nelson King, FPS, editor, at <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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