Makiling Lodge No. 72

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Reply Toby Goldstein
12:16 PM on August 21, 2014 
I am looking for an individual who is listed as a Brethren on your website. Perhaps you can help me in my attempt to communicate with him. If this is the same Mamerto L. Garcia, he would now be in his 70s. He knew my grandfather Paul Larkin while he was stationed in Sto. Tomas, Batangas, Philippines in 1945. From my understanding, they communicated while Mr. Garcia attended the University of Minnesota in 1966. Mr. Garcia was a child at the time, perhaps 8 years old. Please give him my email address or feel free to contact me yourself with any information you are willing to share.


Toby Goldstein
Reply Nolifredo Palis Aquino
9:19 PM on May 26, 2014 
Greetings Brethren of Makiling Lodge #72!

In behalf of my mother Lodge, Lewis Lodge #57 under the Jurisdiction of the Most Worshipful Grand Lodge of British Columbia and Yukon, I thank all of you for the warm welcome you gave me when I visited your Lodge. It warms my heart to see all of you in love and harmony.

Until we meet again.


Nolifredo Palis Aquino
Lewis Lodge #57
508 Agnes St., NewWestminster,
Reply Jojo Marasigan Joseph
6:18 AM on September 26, 2013 
.Inspired by the book of Dan Brown the Lost Symbol, and for knowing that Rizal was a known mason, i've read the historical backround of free masonry here in the Philippines and i was amazes on how masonry here in the Philippines helps our country for which ever it was today, and due to that i would like to be a member of this brotherhood. please do email me on how to become a member of free masonry in the Philippines
Reply Nathalu Lapitan Ledda
3:59 AM on June 13, 2012 
Kuyangs, I found your site in the internet and read my father's name on it. Nathaniel Lapitan is the only Lapitan in Central Luzon State University and who took up his PhD in UP Los Banos. He passed away on August 22, 2002.

I'm also a member of the Munoz Royal Court No. 17 Order of the Amaranth. So proud that my father is a member of The Free and Accepted Masons of the Philippines and once a member of your lodge.

I hope to meet you someday.
Reply marco ramos
9:28 AM on April 8, 2012 
brother, i will go to the philippines on may..but i will not make it on your scheduled stated meeting. I just want to ask is there any other day or meeting that i can visit your lodge on may..thank you brother
Reply Logie A. Soliven
1:47 PM on March 27, 2012 
I have the same problem as Brother Manny Rosal. All I want is to exchange email with someone at Makiling Lodge. Thanks.
Reply Logie A. Soliven
6:00 PM on March 24, 2012 
Just want to say Hello and maybe correspond with a Brother at Makiling Lodge. Thank you and God bless.
Reply Alvin Michael Siao Lim
4:12 AM on June 8, 2011 
Good Day Brethren,

I would like to share my masonic fossil watch. Be part of the Masonic history. Grab this personalized watch made by Fossil especially for Freemasons and Shriners

To view these masonic fossil watches please refer to this link:

Datu Lapu Lapu Lodge No. 347 Free and Accepted Masons
Cebu Bodies of Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite
Sugbu Chapter No. 11 Royal Arch Mason
Sugbu Council No. 12 Royal and Select Master
Sugbu Commandery No. 12 Knights Templar
Mabuhay Shriners - Filipinas Shrine Club
Reply Bro. Lance Moore
6:33 PM on April 29, 2011 
I am with "Duke of Strathearn 200 Lodge" at Wondai Queensland Australia.
Heard about your Lodge from another Bro. and like your web site.
Wish your Master, his Officials and all other Lodge Bro. feternal greetings and wish's and continued happyness with your Lodge
Reply Manny Rosal
5:34 PM on February 18, 2011 
brethren i have a problem. unable to send msg thru ur yahoo group add. i don't prefer sending it thru the website. i'd rather send msgs to any of the kuyangs who have emadd. ps advise..