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"Before I joined, like everyone else, I thought it was all dodgy handshakes and immunity to police prosecution. It seemed a bit sinister. It's so different to that.

"The ceremonies are a series of plays and initiations which make you think differently about how you live your life. Each one is quite a dramatic, psychological experience. You go in blindfolded and are spun around.

"It's not about people doing dodgy favours for each other. I see more of that sort of thing at my rugby club, not at my lodge." Master Mason, Michael Correa (not pictured)

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