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Broken column       Source: Mackey’s Encyclopedia of Freemasonry Among the Hebrews, columns, or pillars, were used metaphorically to signify princes or nobles, as if they were the pillars of a state. Thus (in Psalm xi, 3), the passage, reading in our translation, “If the foundations be…

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The Masonic Bright     Source: Mackey’s Encyclopedia of Freemasonry A Freemason is said to be bright who is well acquainted with the ceremonies, the forms of opening and closing, and the ceremonies of initiation. This expression does not, however, in its technical sense, appear to include the superior…

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Bonisteel Masonic Library       Aus Freimaurer-Wiki Bonisteel Masonic Library This online source offers information aozt Freemasonry in the following chapters: About (Roscoe Osmond Boniesteel) Architecture (Ann Arbor Masonic Temple) Art (pictures of temples and stained glass windows with masonic motifs)…

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The Masonic Blue Slipper       Source: Phoenixmasonry by Bro Clyde H. Magee, 32 He belonged to Unity Lodge 146 in Front Royal, Virginia and was also a member of the Eastern Star chapter there. Are you familiar with the Masonic Blue Slipper? It is a small lapel pin in the shape of a blue slipper. Over…

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Being a Mason is a vocational need         by Bro Ricardo Ricart Vila Translated from Spanish into English by our Brother Adán Bautista, from Fresno in California. Picture:Masonic Thoughts/FRED MATHEWS source: Web-Blog from Bro Ricardo Ricart Vila Being a Mason is a vocational need or in other…

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Masonic Beehive       Source: Mackey’s Encyclopedia of Freemasonry In our Twentieth Century America, the word “industry” denotes manufacturing and factories classified as heavy industry and light industry; and connote machines and factory workers. When the Beehive is said to be an…

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