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His book, which is still available on Amazon is a work of great insights, stinging wit and sincerity, which reveals the Craft does indeed have an important role in the world of the 1950’s.I have no doubt that his arguments and conclusions remain valid right up to the present time.

There is no need to take my word on any of this as these historical records are still available to those with the interest to look.

As the Rev Walton Hanna has been dragged in to this debate, it is only fair to refer anyone interested to his seminal work “Darkness Visible”.

Sadly however, Vindex was alone in his determination to Stand Up and Be Counted.

The rulers of the day, took the view that it was better not to respond and so this worthy Brother did not get the support and credit that he was entitled to.

He then thanked the current Chairman and Committee Members for their efforts over recent years, in building and expanding the very worthwhile work that they do in supporting our younger dependents.

This Committee continues to work separately, but in conjunction with the work of the Boys and Girls Funds, and they are able to deal with any gaps and shortfalls that arise between these funders.And what a year they have had supporting some 66 recipients, 38 in the North and a further 28 throughout the South, most of whom were in Third Level Education.As a relatively unknown Charity Fund, the Management Committee finally struck their first fund raising jewel in 2016 and since then, have sold some 369 jewels to Members, Friends and Supporters.The Rev Walton did not like the existence of Freemasonry, and eventually unearthed a number of old and incomplete rituals for the three Craft Degrees and the Royal Arch Degree, that were current in some Lodges, meeting under the banner of The United Grand Lodge of England.Hanna was an Anglican Vicar, in the High Church tradition with The Church of England, and his work caused much embarrassment to the then Archbishop of Canterbury Geoffrey Fisher, several senior members of the Royal Family and many, many lower ranking Anglican Clerics.Next to report was Dennis Wheavil, the Committee Secretary, who recorded the physical record of events, previous presented by their Treasurer in financial terms.

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