in the Orient of Warsaw
Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite
The Lodge was Est∴ June 7, 2009 under the auspices of the Grand Orient of Poland. It works in the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite. It is a mixed Lodge. It belongs to the liberal and adogmatic trend of Freemasonry.
It focuses on exploration of social, ethical, philosophical, psychological and artistic knowledge.
Its main purpose is to self improvement and development, working for Humanity using the masonic method of personal development.
Workshop brings together many artists from various fields. The works are on every second Wednesday of every month at 6 pm in Warsaw.
The Lodge patron Cezary Leżeński was born on 6th January 1930 in Poznań, died on December 5, 2006 in Warsaw. He was a Polish writer and journalist, doctor of humanities, author of over 30 books, including books for children and teenager. Chief editor of the Polish Courier newspaper in Warsaw. Member of the Polish Writers Association.
Founder, chairman in 1976–1981, then chancellor of the International Chapter of the Order of the Smile in 1992–2006 (until his death). After his speech before the UN plenary in New York, the Order was internationalised and recognised as the only international children's decoration.
Freemason for many years, in 1998-2006 he was the President of the Polish Federation of International Masonic Order Le Droit Humain.