After announcing the opening of an office in Brussels to lobby against religion creeping into the European Union’s institutions, French Freemasons are making news again, albeit less controversial: their newly renovated museum with a dramatically scored website is open for business. The Grand Orident de France, the country’s oldest Masonic order, has put about 10,000 mysterious objects on display dating from the early 1700s that Dan Brown can now fictionalize well into the next decade.