Symbols are not just a constellation of random images or figures. They depict a sign that is understood to represent an idea. In the Masonic context, masonic symbols exist, which are used for present and idea. Proper Understanding of symbols helps to enhance your usage of them as well as expand your horizon of expressions… Read More »The Meaning Of Masonic Symbols
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When you hear the word “Masonic Square and Compass”, what comes to mind? Do you just hear the symbols at the geometric level or you hear something relating to shapes and Objects? Well, Square and Compass can relate to different things and symbols with meanings. Symbols depict a mark, a sign that is understood to… Read More »Masonic Square and Compass
Today’s topic is Skulls and Freemasonry. Let me tell you I asked everybody for questions and I sure have quite a pile of them now so let’s get to the one that was the most asked the question is what’s up with the creepy skull on your desk? What does the skull in the background… Read More »Skulls and Freemasonry
Today’s topic will be a question from our readers, What is the goal of Freemasonry? And similarly, I think we’re going to couple in an answer to that with another question and it reads can you briefly share the sublime principles of Freemasonry. So, I want to tackle these two questions together because I think… Read More »The Goal of Freemasonry
Freemasonry is a concept that describes the teachings and practices of a fraternal order of the Free and Accepted Masons. It is currently one of the largest societies worldwide, with estimates of its worldwide membership count in thus century ranging anywhere between two million to over six million. The Freemasonry culture spread by the growth… Read More »Freemasonry: What Is It and What Is It Not?
Hello everyone, glad you are here. And today’s topic of Freemasonry Knowledge, we’re going to be talking about “what is a 33rd degree mason”. As we’ve discussed in previous topics, the highest degree a Freemason can achieve in the Fraternity is the Master Mason degree. The third and final degree in the symbolic Lodge which… Read More »What Is A 33rd Degree Mason?
I get from readers’ questions about the slogan “making good men better” like in what way and how? So this is a great question about the practical application of Freemasonry into our lives. Today, we will discuss this slogan. Understanding the slogan “Making good men better”. This is a great question, and I need to… Read More »Making Good Men Better In Freemasonry
Thinking enhances analysis and therefore, it is good to begin with who are the Shriners? Having its foundation laid back in 1870, in Manhattan, the body aims to achieve human welfare. The mission bespeaks in ensuring the highest quality care to children with neuromusculoskeletal conditions, burn injuries, and other special healthcare needs within a peaceful… Read More »Who Are The Shriners?
Today’s reader question is a tricky one. The reader asks are you going to go Past Master Mason? This is a tricky question because there are at least three that I know of ways to describe Past Master Mason. Please understand the wording of the question when somebody is interested in whether or not you’re… Read More »What Is A Past Master Mason?
Hey everybody, glad you’re here. And if you’re reading this blog, one question that you might be curious about is How to become a Freemason? I have learned over the few years that I’ve been a freemason that this is an apparent catch-22 where on the one hand. Freemasons are told to act in a… Read More »How To Become A Freemason?
Throughout history some members of the fraternity have made no secret of their involvement, while others have not made their membership public. Following is an abridged list of Freemasons, many of whom for various reasons have become household names. They come from all walks of life; from carpenters to Kings, mechanics to musicians; they also… Read More »Famous Freemasons (A – Z)
C Campbell, Sir Malcolm (1885-1948) – Malcolm Campbell started his career racing motorcycles but subsequently began hunting World Speed Records on land and on water, holding both records during the 1920s and 30s. At Bonneville Salt Flats in 1935, this English speedster became the first man to drive an automobile in excess of 300mph (480km/h). Bro.… Read More »Famous Freemasons (A – Z) Continued