The Freemasons are a group of individuals who hold vital secrets on defeating evils in the world. They are first shown in "The Sin Eater" capturing their fellow member, Ichabod Crane and making him validate his story to be sure he is not a demon in disguise. They later allow The Sin Eater to separate the bond between Ichabod and the Horseman. Holding secrets on the Horseman's weakness, they agree to a meeting with Crane, but are killed by the Horseman before they can meet with him. The Horseman then hangs their heads up a tower, as Paul Revere-style lanterns. 

About The FreemasonsEdit

The Masons are, in their own words, "A beautiful system of morality, veiled in allegory and illustrated by symbols". Members begin their craft by being progressively initated, and climb through the levels of Apprentice, Journeyman, and Master Mason. The first Grand Lodge was formed in 1717. There are several different rites within Masonry, from the Sweedish Rite, who propel only Christians, to the American and Contiental Freemasonry, who accept all religions, excluding Atheists. 


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