A little bit history
In 1882, the French writer Maria Deraismes was accepted by the Lodge «Les Libres Penseurs» in Pecq, a suburb of today’s Paris.
Eleven years later, on April 4, 1893, Maria Deraismes and George Martin, a well-known freemason, founded the first mixed lodge in Paris.
Maria Deraismes died on February 6, 1894. The task of organizing and developing the mixed lodge was assigned to George Martin. Using his strong will, he succeeded in overcoming the borders between countries, peoples, religions and cultures. Very soon, many new masonic lodges were founded worldwide.
The Mixed Lodge of Zurich was founded in 1896. It survived until the late twenties. In 1963, it was revived, and since 1999, ISIS + OSIRIS, together with six more lodges, became a founding member of the Mixed Grand Lodge of Switzerland GLMS / GGLS.