Blue – It Isn’t Immemorial

Blue - It Isn't Immemorial

Blue. Blue is a color we love in Freemasonry. We call our lodges “Blue Lodges”, we use it in our symbolism and in the basis of our allegory which ties into the Old Testament, it was also a sacred color then. In a presentation I give, I refer to the color as relating to the …

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Masonic Astronauts

Masonic Astronauts

Col. Edwin Eugene “Buzz” Aldrin Apollo 11 b. January 20, 1930 The second man to walk on the moon, Aldrin was the first Freemason to set foot upon the celestial globe. Initiated at Oak Park Lodge No. 864, Montgomery, Alabama, on February 17, 1955 Passed to Fellowcraft on April 12, 1955 Raised at Lawrence N. …

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Harrogate & Ripon Organisations Benefit From Yorkshire Freemasons April Grants

Harrogate & Ripon Organisations Benefit From Yorkshire Freemasons April Grants

Four community organisations in Harrogate and Ripon have benefited to the tune of £5,040 from grants presented by the Freemasons. Harrogate & District NHS Foundation Trust Palliative Care Charitable Fund has received £1,700 to buy 300 comfort bags for relatives to make their stay in hospital more comfortable. The comfort bags provide very practical items such as …

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The Newport Tower: Two Theories

The Newport Tower: Two Theories

Situated in Touro Park in Newport, Rhode Island, the structure referred to as the “Old Stone Mill” or more simply “The Newport Tower” has been a source of mystery, contention and debate for more than a few centuries. The Tower is seemingly older than the town, which was incorporated in 1639, and it was in …

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