Category Archives: SoFiA

SoFiA (3) – Porfirio Díaz

Today, we come to another Story of a Freemason in America. And it nicely adds to the last story about Benito Juárez, because Porfirio Díaz, which we cover today, was a masonic brother and simultaneously political opponent of Juárez. I … Continue reading

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SoFiA (2) – Benito Juárez

We’ll continue our search for Stories of Freemasons in America with a remarkable man, going by the name of Benito Juárez. There are not many figures in Mexican history more present than him: No less than 4 streets, a complete … Continue reading

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SoFiA Part 1 – Miguel Hidalgo

As stated in a former article, I’ll be presenting Stories of Freemasons in America. The first Freemason I want to present is one of the famous figures in Mexican history and even in today’s Mexico still: Miguel Hidalgo. Miguel Hildalgo … Continue reading

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Stories of Freemasons in America

Since some time ago, I am very interested in the entanglements of Freemasons in American history. For that purpose, I would like to start a series about this topic and losely write stories of Freemasons in America (short: SoFiA from … Continue reading

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