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'The Craft' is a pagan, witchcraft or wiccan reference.


FALSE

Commonly accepted definitions of the word 'craft' are centric to 'skill in planning, making or executing', 'occupation or trade requiring skill' or 'members of a trade, guild or association'. 'Craft Masonry' is also the more universal term for 'Blue Lodge Masonry' simply referring to the first three degrees of Entered Apprentice, Fellowcraft and Master Mason.

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