Army Secret Masonic Lodges

#1
Anyone know anything about secret Masonic Lodges in the army?

Things like the Glittering Star associated with the Worcestershire Regiment (WFR).
 
#2
RAOB???? Do they count?
 
#7
Journo Alert!

Whats up mate, short of copy!
 
#10
I don't know (or maybe I do, who knows) that there use to be a
secret ritual to welcome guys posted into a Unit from Training.
It is only a rumour but it involved a pool table, a chair, some toilet
paper, a lighter and a drink of some kind to which the rest of the
horde would chant a prose about a zulu warrior. Ssssssh don't
tell anyone though.
 
#11
I was in it, but couldnt remember were we had to meet, so i left. Wasnt the glittering star found out to be julian clary????
 
#13
Janitor said:
Anyone know anything about secret Masonic Lodges in the army?

Things like the Glittering Star associated with the Worcestershire Regiment (WFR).
Had a good lock in at the Glittering Star in Darlington years ago. Hell of a night.
 
#18
No, just don't go near blackfriars bridge with bricks in your pocket having changed your name to roberto calvi.....

Where's me tinfoil hat?
 
#19
I used to be in a secret organisation that was so secretive that even I didn't know I was in it. We had to meet a an ultra-secret location that was so highly classified that it didn't appear on any maps and we had to drive there blindfolded. Does that count?
 
#20
Well I'm in an organisation so secret that they don't know I'm part of it.
 

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