Does being a relative mean anything ?
by Tresa loveless
My grandfather was. 33rd generation freemason . I don't know anything really about that area if his life. Hin and I were very close and my whole life. He told me he was a Mason and his rank but that's it. Never a word more to me or anyone. He died at 94yrs old in oct. Of 2104. So now, my question is : I want to know if I am able ,allowed and if it's even possible to find out more? Would him being a Mason help me in any way to being one. My Grandmother also deceased 12/2019) was a rainbow girl. Sorry not sure if that's the correct term for her . I'm guessing her mother and father were also associated as well. I had once came across a small boom with a handbook, a sash , and other items that I cant recall now. I never had the chance to even look thru it all before it was all stolen. Very disappointing had really hope to finally learn more about it all. Does having so many people involved with them help to benefit me in any way? Whether it be to help if wanted to become part if it all or could I go to them (if I even knew where to go ) and seek help with something ? Would they welcome me because of my family connections? Do masons really have alot to do with running our country? I know he was in oklahoma when he left the military after WW2. And he went to california. I have no idea which specific kind of mason he was.? Or what it meant for him that he was a 33 rd gen. Mason?