Tag Archives: symbolism
Daily this question is asked by Masons without the slightest thought as to its real meaning. It is fitting that the answer we make to it in the lodge is well nigh unintelligible, for it is about as intelligible as any ever given it or as probably ever will be given it. Who can answer […]
In the system of Freemasonry, the Temple of Solomon is represented as having a gate on the east, west, and south sides but none on the north. In reference to the historical Temple of Jerusalem, such a representation is wholly incorrect. In the walls of the building itself there were no place of entrance except […]
Morals & Dogma is a book that’s often referenced in regards to masonic philosophy. I’ve heard it called “the daily masonic reference manual”. Many masons have never even heard of this book, few people own it and fewer have read it. Some references indicate the book is difficult to understand. A fellow Brother of the […]
Freemasonry is probably the world’s most popular and secretive fraternal organization. It is a society of men who have spiritual and moral values.
I drew these myself. Masonic artwork. 8 Sided Tessellated Star Tessellated Unicursal Hexagram RePent Nexis
Das Vergissmeinnicht THE STORY BEHIND THIS BELOVED EMBLEM OF THE CRAFT IN GERMANY This being Memorial Day I was thinking about our last great war, World War II and our Brothers who fought. I was also mulling about the atmosphere that existed for Freemasons in Europe during those years leading up to the conflict. Here […]