In this episode, we explore the meaning of the Free and Accepted which first occurs in the Roberts Print of 1722, a term applied in the symbolic allegories to the builders of Solomon’s Temple. Mackey, in his Encyclopedia of Freemasonry, say: The title "Free and Accepted" first occurs in the … [Read more...] about Free and Accepted Mason | Symbols and Symbolism
The following comes from a very bright young woman who is very involved with the Masonic Youth Orders that I had the pleasure to meet on Twitter. You can read her full bio below the article. I wanted to say that she offers a fresh and interesting perspective on the fraternity from a unique … [Read more...] about A Deadly Deception?
A Lecture on the Second Degree of Freemasonry On our way to the Sanctum Sanctorum, the newly made Mason undertakes a passage through what is commonly called the Middle Chamber. The reference into the middle way is through the temple of Solomon, and the pathway to the Holy of Holies, the adytum in … [Read more...] about Masonic Symbolism on the Winding Staircase
The masons are really going to take over the world! Oh there is no doubt for you see there are Masonic symbols everywhere, many in the strange artwork that adorns the airport walls. And underneath the airport there is a maze of underground corridors containing secret bunkers. Here in this remote … [Read more...] about The Masonic New World Order Has Secret Headquarters At The Denver Airport
by Br. Asahel W. Gage, from The Builder Magazine October 1915 - Volume I - Number 10 This jewel comes from The Builder Magazine, a masonic publication published between 1915 and 1930, edited by Joseph Fort Newton. It was then (and likely still is) the best American Masonic periodical … [Read more...] about Symbolism of the First Degree
When I first started expressing myself in Freemasonry the medium that I used was the one which all the great old Masters of Masonic scholarship used – the word, the printed word. So I wrote many words, words of explaining, of informing, of changing, of reform – so many words. Isn’t that what every … [Read more...] about The new age of Masonic Expression and the continued excellence of David Naughton-Shires