Romanian Freemasonry is at risk. GLNF's Masonic scenario might be applied also in Romania

Saturday, 5 November 2011

Romanian Freemasonry is at risk. GLNF's Masonic scenario might be applied also in Romania


APMR announces that NGLR's (National Grand Lodge of Romania) Annual Communication, which takes place this morning, seems to be noisy and acid. On the basis of various problems gathered in recent years, due to the election of a new Grand Master that occurred in 2010 and to the Annual Communication this spring, exist the risk of a major conflict within the leadership of NGLR. A conflict can escalate enough to get to the profane court.

The negative French model is a bad example for Freemasonry in Romania. Profane interference in Masonic affairs, as is happening today in Paris, it would only destabilize the Romanian Freemasonry and produce a very dangerous precedent. Given all this, MPAR/APMR decided not to publish the name of any Brethren involved (except that of the Grand Master who publicly admitted his membership to Freemasonry).


Romania and the Romanian Freemasonry is at risk to convert into the second GLNF. The horrible GLNF scenario might be applied also in its sister country located in the Oriental Europe and well known for its strength in the region. Excepting Turkey, Romania hosts the larges number of Freemasons in Central and Eastern Europe (around 10.000 Brethren).

The worst case scenario could transform that European Masonic oasis into a French Masonic hell and also could bring the suspension of recognition from the United Grand Lodge of England and from other European and North American Grand Lodges.


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