What is Freemasonry

Freemasonry is a beautiful system of morality, veiled in allegory, and illustrated by symbols.




DELPHI is a large fraternal organization that promotes moral and personal development amongst its members. Its core values include caring for others, helping those in need and acting with honesty and integrity.



Through CLIPSAS, freemasonry connected to the liberty of conscience and to a perfect mutual tolerance, contributes to the humanist ideal and to the re-establishment of the Chain of Union of Anderson’s Constitutions. more



International participation

CLIPSAS, SIMPA, UMM, RMI, Luxembourg Meetings, COMALACE– The meeting of the largest Orders, ECHANGES, BEPA, International Union of the Supreme Councils of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite more


Freemasonry has no doctrine. It is a system of symbols with implications for a way of living that leads to self-improvement through service to the world. As such, it is compatible with a variety of worldviews and religious or philosophical traditions, without being itself limited to any one of them. How to join

If you are a Freemason and a member of the International Masonic Order DELPHI of USA you must have your e-mail address recorded with your membership details in order to access the Members-Only areas.

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Our Mission

" Develop solidarity towards those in need, maintain and strengthen social cohesion "

How to Join

Freemasonry is a rewarding experience and membership is open to all men and women aged 21 years or over...

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Its core values include caring for others, helping those in need and acting with honesty and integrity.

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Frequently Asked Questions and Answers

  • What do you do in 'Lodge'? +

    A Lodge meeting is run like any other normal business or social meeting. Minutes and correspondence are read; financial statements, general business, and membership proposals are considered and voted upon; 'Caring Officers' report on current charity work, and on members who are ill; candidates are advanced, on merit, through the various appropriate levels; the meeting is concluded, and the Lodge is closed. Supper is then served.
  • Are the Masons some sort of religion? +

    Absolutely not. Our membership is, in fact, made up of people who belong to many different religions. Every member is encouraged, and is completely free, to follow their own private personal beliefs. Religion, as such, is not permitted to be discussed in any Lodge.
  • Why do you have women members? +

    Modern society, aspiring to a continuous renewal, considers women as equal travelers in the difficult everyday routine and bows to their work, which exudes creativity and originality, respecting their place and role in society. Recognizing all these, but in particular because the vision of a humanity of free societies constitutes its main objective, Mixed Freemasonry professes the equality between men and women as an undisputed condition for social progress and as a guarantee of the harmonious growth and development of future generations. It accepts women in it's ranks, which are occupied with the continuation of its intellectual work. Following the tradition of the ancient mysteries, where women and men freely and in equality sought entrance to the mysteries and in the same manner were accepted to them and proved that the moral substance of an individual does not have a gender, Freemasonry gives the opportunity to all, without exception, to travel the road of the inner search.
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