Freemasons are fraternal organizations that originated from the end of the 16th century to the beginning of the 17th century. At present, Freemasons exist in various forms all over the world. It is estimated that there are about 6 million members, including about 150000 Scots and Irish. Under the jurisdiction of Manchester United, more than a quarter of a million, and less than 2 million in the United States.
Freemasons are administratively divided into independent Freemason headquarters or sometimes positioning, each of which governs its own jurisdiction, including subordinate branches. The origin and early development of Freemasons are some controversial and speculative issues. A poem called “Lijun manuscript” dates back to about 1390 years. It is the oldest Freemasonry text known.
The Freemason Symbol, connected by a square and a compass, is the only most recognizable symbol of the Freemason. The square and compass are the tools of architects and are used as symbols in Freemason rituals to teach symbolic lessons. These huts and rituals interpret these symbols as ongoing courses.