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It is ok for a non-mason to represent themselves as a freemason.


Representing yourself as a member of an organization to which you do not belong may be considered to be fraud and even punishable by law in some areas. This is a result of the often close relationship with many fraternal organizations and insurance benefits. Even though most grand lodges do not offer insurance, the laws still apply. If your father was a mason and you are not, you may be tempted to wear his ring. Be aware that he would definitely disapprove of this.

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