June 28 (Lifestyle) — Freemasonry is a secret society, which means that its members are sworn to secrecy about the organization’s activities. This secrecy makes it difficult to regulate Freemasonry, as there is no way to know what the organization is doing or who its members are.
There are a number of reasons why Freemasonry is a secret society. One reason is that the organization believes that secrecy is necessary to protect its members from harm. Freemasons are often involved in public life, and they may be targeted by people who oppose the organization. Secrecy helps to protect Freemasons from these threats. Continue reading