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  • Various notes:
    • Co-masonry: "is a form of Freemasonry which admits both men and women. It began in France in the mid-nineteenth century. Most Masonic Lodges do not admit women, and do not officially recognise Co-Freemasonry, holding it to be irregular or clandestine."
      • Women often join with husbands or male relatives. Contrary to popular belief, women can reach the 33rd degree and higher.
      • Are there ties to high-ranking witches, covens?


Annie Besant

  • Various notes:
    • b. 1847 - d. 1933
      • 33rd degree Co-mason. Theosophist, secularist, socialist, Marxist, women's rights activist, writer and orator
    • Was elected International President of the Theosophical Society, in 1907
  • Founded The Theosophical Order of Service (TOS) in 1908.
  • Annie Besant, using the infamous "claw hand" pose

Masonic orders for Women