FREEMASONRY

Freemasonry is one of the world’s oldest secular fraternal societies. Freemasonry is an association of people with high moral and spiritual values. Members learn rules through rituals, preserving forms in which Masonic costumes and objects are used as allegorical guidelines. An important qualification for accessing and maintaining membership is the belief in the Supreme Being.

Membership is open to people of all races and religions, who fulfill this important qualification and who have a good reputation. The mission of the Union of the United Great Lodge of Serbia is to connect and strengthen the Brotherhood relations with the Lodges in the country and the world, which regularly work according to the Masonic principles and the principles of Anderson’s constitution. We want to contribute to the full harmonization of the Masonic issue in Serbia, and help as patriots to the country we live in, for the benefit of all citizens.

THREE GREAT PRINCIPLES


Brotherly love – Every real free mason will show tolerance and respect for the opinions of others and will behave kindly and with understanding towards his colleagues.
Help – Free masons learn to be merciful and to care not only of themselves, but also of the community as a whole, with merciful giving, as well as voluntary efforts and deeds as individuals.
Truth – Free masons are fighting for the truth, setting high moral standards and striving to reach them in their own lives.
Free masons believe that these principles represent the way to reach higher standards in life.

FREEMASONRY AND SOCIETY


Every member should be quite clear that his membership does not in any way exempt him from fulfilling his obligations to the society in which he lives. The duty of a new member requires him to properly fulfill civil obligations; These obligations concern his private, public, business and professional life.

RESPECT OF THE LAW

Freemasonry requires its members to respect the laws of every country in which they live and work.

 

THE PRINCIPLES OF FREEMASONRY


The principles of Freemasonry do not in any way interfere with the civil obligations of members, both at work, as well as in private or public life, but, on the contrary, they should encourage them to fulfill public and private obligations. Therefore, there is no conflict of interest between the obligations of a member of the Freemasonry and his public duties. If there is any knowledge or indication of a real or potential conflict of obligations or interests, it is necessary to publish it.

From time to time it can be wise to carefully disclose membership to avoid what others wrongly think is a potential conflict or prejudice. This, however, must be the subject of an individual assessment.

USE OF MEMBERSHIP


A free mason must not use his membership to promote his or other’s work, professional or personal interests. This is directly or indirectly made known several times at the beginning of a career so that no free mason can be pretended not to know it. The masonry activities of a free mason who violates this rule will be suspended or he will even be excluded.

THE FAMILY

Free masonry should not be allowed to ruin family and other relationships, taking away a member of too much time or money or iliciting the behavior that would in any way be in conflict with their interests.

CIVIL DUTIES


The civil duties of the free masons must always be above any obligation to other free masons, and any attempt to protect a free mason who acted improperly or unlawfully or allowed unfair gains for another mason, is contrary to this primary duty.

PERSONAL OR BUSINESS DAMAGES

If it is possible to prove that any personal failure or business difficulties can be attributed to the ‘Masonic influence’, the Masonic Authority would seriously take this fact into account, since it would be contrary to the principles of Freemasonry.

SECRECY


Like many other associations, it considers its internal activities to be a private matter of its members.

There is no secret in terms of its goals and principles, which can be read on this website.

Secrets of Freemasonry are associated with its traditional ways of identifying. Its rituals are private.

In everyday speech there is little that can not be discussed about free masonry. In the investigative process, free masons are free and proud to acknowledge their membership.

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HISTORY OF
FREEMASONRY IN SERBIA

In the 18th century by the weakening of absolutism, Freemasonry continued its development throughout Europe. At that time, lodges in Belgrade, Vidin and Vlaska, which were in mutual relation and agreement, formed the Alliance. For The Lodge in Belgrade it is unknown which year it was founded, under what name, in what language was it done. But it is known that in the Alliance there were the Belgrade Vizier Hadzi-Mustafa-Pasha (known as the “Serbian Mother"), the metropolitan of the Belgrade Metodije, the Duke Janko Katic, Peter Icko, the Chardaklija brothers, the Greek patriot Riga from Fera.




Metropolitan Stratimirović, who was deeply inspired by the principles of the Masonic Brotherhood, to which he belonged, founded the Karlovac Gymnasium in 1791, which was an inspiration to many intellectuals and advanced people of that time to get closer and to join the Brotherhood, which began the process of expansion in Serbia. After the liberation of Serbia at the beginning of the 19th century, many Masons, Serbs from southern Hungary, came to Serbia as patriots to help form State organs, draft laws, education of the judiciary, education, culture and other institutions.
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FAMOUS SERBIAN MASONS

RIGA FROM FERA

Riga from Fera (1757 - 1798) was a Mason, a Greek revolutionary, poet, national hero, predecessor and the first victim of the uprising against the Ottoman Empire. With his songs he ignited a revolutionary passion in Gree...

KNEZ MIHAILO OBRENOVIC

Mihailo Obrenovic, Mason and prince of Serbia, with whose efforts through diplomatic channels in 1868 Serbia gained the administration of the remaining fortified cities (Belgrade, Smederevo, Sabac, Kladovo and earlier Uz...

VUK STEFANOVIC KARADZIC

Vuk Stefanovic Karadzic (1787 - 1864) was a Serbian philologist, a Serbian language reformer, a collector of folk sayings and a writer of the first dictionary of the Serbian language. Vuk is the most important person in ...

KING PETAR THE FIRST KARADJORDJEVIC

King Petar The First Karadjordjevic was the supreme commander of the Serbian army in the Balkan Wars. Due to his age, un June 24, 1914, he transferred the royal powers to Crown Prince Alexander. Since he was king of Serb...

DOSITEJ OBRADOVIC

Dositej Obradovic - Mason, philosopher and educator. He is considered one of the most important representatives of the Serbian and South Slavic Enlightenment. He studied for the Master, but he abandoned the call and went...

STEVAN STOJANOVIC MOKRANJAC

Stevan Stojanovic Mokranjac mason, melograph, classic Serbian music, and her most prominent figure on a transition from the 19th century to the 20th century, a native of Negotin. He is also credited with the introduction...

MIHAJLO PUPIN

Mihailo Pupin mason, scientist, inventor, professor at the University of Columbia, bearer of Yugoslavian Decorations of the White Eagle of the First Order, and Honorary Consul of Serbia in the United States. Winner of th...

IVO ANDRIC

Ivo Andric (Dolac, 1892 - Belgrade, 1975) was a Serbian mason, writer and royal diplomat. He was a member of the Lodge "Preporođaj" and the winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1961 for the novel "On the Drina C...

PROTA MATEJA NENADOVIC

Prota Mateja Nenadovic (1777 - 1854) was the Duke in the First Serbian Uprising, the founder and president of the Sovereign Council and a diplomat. He established the first diplomatic contacts of the Rebels with foreign ...

PETAR II PETROVIC NJEGOS

Peter II Petrovic Njegos (1813 - 1851) was a poet, bishop and ruler. He layed the foundations of modern Montenegrin state by establishing authorities: Senate, Guardian and Perjanika and introducing tax payments. He unite...

ZIVOJIN MISIC

Zivojin Misic (Struganik, 1855 - Belgrade, 1921) was a Serbian and Yugoslav mason, duke (marshal), participant of all Serbian wars (1876 - 1878). One of the most brilliant Serbian military leaders of the First World War....

DJORDJE WEIFERT

Djordje Weifert (1850 - 1937) Serbian mason, industrialist of German origin, Governor of the National Bank of Serbia, and later Yugoslavia. He is the founder of the modern mining industry of Serbia and a great benefactor...

GREAT LODGE

UVLS bodies: Assembly, Grand Master, Grand Chamber, Governing Council, Lodge of Great Officers, Court of Honor Lodge of Great Officers: Grand Master, Deputy Grand Master, Grand Master Assistants, Grand Officers. Bodies UVLS: Great Secretariat and Committees for: science, international relations, strategic planning, humanitarian activities, rituals, reception and raising of awards, regulations, education, economy, health, safety, ecology, culture, communication and information, finances and property, literary board.



LODGE

Pobratim

Or. Belgrade

Hram

Or. Belgrade

Dunav

Or. Novi Sad

Šumadija

Or. Belgrade

Srce Srbije

Or. Krushevac

Pravda

Or. Belgrade

Banat

Or. Zrenjanin

Budućnost

Or. Sombor

Mihajlo Pupin

Or. Belgrade

Sloga rad i postojanstvo

Or. Belgrade

Panonija

Or. Novi Sad

Maksimilijan Vrhovac

Or. Belgrade

Istina

Or. Belgrade

Svetlost

Or. Belgrade

Konstantin

Or. Nish

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THE GREAT ASSEMBLY

Thinking about the speech, in the shadows of thought, the first thought was our Country, because all of us here love her and we will give her unselfish help in both good and bad times. From a time distance, the very thought of the Brotherhood excites every mason and generates the delicate feeling that can not be described in words, but only experienced silence. For patience in life there must be, time for courage and time for readiness, time for others and time for solitude, time for struggle and time for love, time for work and time for rest, time for success and time for failure, time for smile and time for crying, time for coping and acceptance time, time for happiness and time for sorrow, speaking time and time for silence, time for rush and waiting time, time for good and bad weather, time for nature and time for the disaster, and ultimately the time for patience for all our time in our country and our Brotherly Chain. Let's remember our genius by Nikola Tesla who said "We are all one. People are interconnected by invisible forces ", that is our Brotherly Chain. Lodges under the protection of the United Great Lodge of Serbia, regardless of religious, national, political or racial affiliation, profession, or position, receive and unite only honest, honorable, psycho-physically healthy, intellectually and spiritually strong, faithful fraternity and accomplished men of good reputation. Every man accepted in the Brotherhood by placing a Freemasonic oath over the open book of the Holy Law is committed to strictly guarding the secret of freemasonry. Leaded by desire and strength, he must nurture brotherly honor, pride, virtue and morality, love, truth, justice, humanity and humanity in society. Free masons are obliged to be faithful and loyal to the laws of their Lodge, their state, and the regular free masonic principles in the world.

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