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References to Freemasonry in popular culture range from the vitriolic to the innocuous. Far more often they are merely misinformed allusions from which Freemasonry faces a far more insidious threat; that of being marginalized, trivialized, and fictionalized.
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Masonic references in popular culture
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Illustration reprinted from "Superman Adventures 34." Fighting Fate. August, 1999. DC Comics New York, NY. [Mark Millar, writer; Mike McAvennie, editor; Frank Berris, Asst. editor.] p. 21. 4 colour, 24 page plus gloss cover.
Most of the references noted on this site are harmless, simply pointing out that Freemasonry has played a role in our society. Some are humorous, and some are disturbing in their associations.

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