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Gran Logia Soberana del Archipielago Filipino

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Gran Logia Soberana del Archipielago Filipino is the true lineage of our Philippine Masonic Heroes and Martyrs. Fast forward, In May 13, 1950, a letter of support was sent by the Supremo Consejo del Grado 33° para España y sus Dependencia to the Supremo Consejo del grado 33° del Gran Oriente de Filipinas and Gran Logia Soberana del Archipielago Filipino.

Gran Logia Soberana del Archipielago Filipino
FormationMay 2, 1892; 132 years ago (May 2, 1892)
  • Tondo, Manila.

Organization of the First Grand Logia Regional of the Philippines

As per the esteemed Constitution of the Gran Logia Soberana del Archipelago Filipino, it is stated that the first Regional Grand Lodge of the Philippines was organized in June 1887. Ill.:. and Pot.:. Bro.:. Miguel Morayta, 33°, was the Assistant Grand Master and Acting Grand Master of the Spanish Symbolic Masonry of the Sovereign Grand Symbolic Lodges, under the auspices of the Gran Oriente de España. Later, on January 9, 1889, the organization took the title of Grande Oriente Español.


Brief History of Gran Logia Soberana del Archipelago Filipino

On January 12, 1889, the Hispanico-Filipino Association was inaugurated in Madrid. The association was headed by the illustrious Grand Master Miguel Morayta and was composed of distinguished Spanish and Filipino Masons. The primary objective of the association was to fight for reforms in the Philippines, inspired by the Masonic principles of liberty, equality, and fraternity.


the Grande Oriente Español established several lodges in the Philippines in 1889. However, these lodges were forced to operate in secrecy due to the power of the friars. In 1892, the Nilad Lodge in Manila was issued a charter by the Grande Oriente Español and several other workshops were established shortly thereafter. By the end of 1895, the Philippines had twenty-four lodges, a triangle, and a chamber of Knights of Kadosh.

Grand Lodge Officers[edit]

  • Gran Maestro: FeLipe Navarro Jr.
  • Deputado Gran Maestro: Lodix Zor Grafia
  • Gran Primer Vigilante: John Ritchie Jongco
  • Gran Segunda Vigilante: Rosgen Carranza
  • Gran Orador: Sherwin Ortiz
  • Gran Secretario: Manuel Gorobat Jr.
  • Gran Tesorero: Juan Carlos Simborio IV
  • Gran Limosnero: Randy Cabangon
  • Gran Experto: Jeffree Balanquit
  • Gran Maestro de Ceremonio: Christian Maristela
  • Gran Templo de la Guardia Interior: Arnold V. Recometa
  • Gran Templo de la Guardia Afuera: Joseph Ian Sunga
  • Gran Contador: Edgardo Pelingo Jr.
  • Gran Portaestandarte: Siegmund A. Songcuya
  • Gran Portador de la Espada: Terence A. Songcuya

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