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-A '''secret society''' is an [[organization]] that conceals its activities and membership from outsiders. The term "secret society" is also often used by the general public to describe a wide range of organizations that do not fit this definition, such as [[college fraternity|collegiate fraternities]] and [[fraternal organization|fraternal organizations]] that may have non-public ceremonies. It also includes mythical organizations described in [[conspiracy theories]]+A '''secret society''' is an [[organization]] that conceals its activities and membership from outsiders. The term "secret society" is also often used by the general public to describe a wide range of organizations that do not fit this definition, such as [[college fraternity|collegiate fraternities]] and [[fraternal organization|fraternal organizations]] that may have non-public ceremonies. It also includes mythical organizations described in [[conspiracy theories]].
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A secret society is an organization that conceals its activities and membership from outsiders. The term "secret society" is also often used by the general public to describe a wide range of organizations that do not fit this definition, such as collegiate fraternities and fraternal organizations that may have non-public ceremonies. It also includes mythical organizations described in conspiracy theories.

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