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Initiation of a "seeker." Copper engraving, 1745 in France, worked-Masonic initiation There are different types of meetings in our St. John's Lodge: The conversation evenings in the brother Circle, the ritual works in our meeting room, also called Temples, information evenings/guest evenings with interested gentlemen, Public events with speakers from business, art, culture and politics. These are regularly held in the rhythm of the year of the Lodge from September to June. In our conversation evenings, lectures are held that involve philosophical and timely themes, which are partly Masonic or the brothers, but not denominational or party-political. In addition, we give the "younger" brothers the opportunity to present themselves in lectures and topics from their professional life of the Brotherhood, thus promoting mutual fraternal understanding. Part of these evenings we also welcome our pleasures and life-companions, whom we call sisters. The Masonic ritual is cultivated in the temple works. The temple, a fundamental and integral part of the Masonic life, gives every initiate the protection and the peace to perfect themselves in the circle of like-minded. The St. John's Lodge "zum Aries" is working every Monday from 20.00 o'clock.