by Midnight Freemasons Contributor
Todd E. Creason, 33°
During the trial, the above photo was released by Murray's attorney, and the press went wild with the news that Murray was a Freemason. According to the information provided, Murray is the Grand Medical Director of the United Most Worshipful Scottish Rite Grand Lodge of Texas, A.F.&A.M.
1958 - 2009
But that's not all . . . The United Most Worshipful Scottish Rite Grand Lodge of Texas, A.F. & A.M. is bogus, too--it is not recognized by any official Masonic body and isn't associated with any Grand Lodge of Freemasons. It is certainly not affiliated with the Grand Lodge of Texas. It is not affiliated with the Most Worshipful Prince Hall Grand Lodge of Texas. And it is unknown to the Scottish Rite of Texas.
The United Most Worshipful Scottish Rite Grand Lodge of Texas is one of many phony Masonic organizations that are out there today (or what Masons would call clandestine organizations).
So back to the original question. Is Dr. Conrad Murray a Freemason?
No, he is not.
Todd E. Creason, is the founder of the Midnight Freemasons blog and continues to be a regular contributor. He is the author of several books and novels, including the Famous American Freemasons series. He is member of Homer Lodge No. 199, and a Past Master of Ogden Lodge No. 754 (IL). He is a member the Scottish Rite Valley of Danville, the York Rite Bodies of Champaign/Urbana (IL), the Ansar Shrine (IL), Eastern Illinois Council No. 356 Allied Masonic Degrees, and Charter President of the Illini High Twelve in Champaign-Urbana (IL). You can contact him at: firstname.lastname@example.org
This is why the Craft is a mess... All of the Grand Lodges should unite to form, I don't know a Supreme Lodge one that acts as the P.R. of the Craft... to weed out all of the and maybe stop all of the Clandies.ReplyDelete
Just my opinion.