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Blue Lodges, Craft Lodges or Ancient Craft Lodges refer to the lodges that work the first three Masonic degrees. The Blue Lodge is said to refer to the traditional colour of regalia in Lodges derived from English or Irish Freemasonry. Admission to membership in the Lodge, as in any body of Masonry, is by petition.
Freemasons do not recruit members. A man who wishes to join the Lodge must request a petition from a Brother. Once you become a Master Mason you are entitled to wear the Masonic Blue Lodge ring.
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