Terence Satchell – The Banks of the Euphrates
Terence became a Mason after discovering its intriguing role in American history and its deep tradition of symbolic instruction. Since joining the Universal Brotherhood, Terence has focused primarily on the operative arts of lodge improvement through developing educational courses and revitalization programs for lodges in his locale. His love for Masonic history and research has also led him to the speculative study of many works on those subjects. Recently, he has turned his attention to producing papers on the subjects of symbolism, ritual, history, and lodge improvement. His column, The Banks of the Euphrates, is intended to provide all Masons with short, informative papers which may enhance their Masonic experience.
Terence is a member of Mt. Rushmore Lodge #220 under the jurisdiction of the Grand Lodge of South Dakota. He also belongs to Black Hills Chapter #25, Black Hills Council #3, Schrader Commandery #9, and the South Dakota Lodge of Masonic Research.
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