The Free-mason"s pocket companion; or Elements of Free-masonry delineated.

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Printed by Brother Samuel Green. , New-London [Conn.]
Freemasons -- Handbooks, manuals, etc., Freemasons -- Songs and music., Freemasons -- Constitutions., Freemasonry -- Rituals., S
SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 27014.
ContributionsFreemasons. Grand Lodge of Connecticut.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination95, [1] p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18109008M

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A discourse on Masonic history, in the context of this book, must be brief, even though the subject itself is vast, as testified by the huge number of books and publications which have been dedicated to its study. That which follows here, therefore, can only be a Spartan and unelaborated attempt on the subject.

form, there are two elements which must be well marked in every link of the chain. In the first place, there must be an operative element.

Freema- sonry can be traced only to an association of builders or architects. Every ceremony in the ritual, every symbol in the philosophy of Speculative Freemasonry, indicates—nay, positively proves—that it.

Freemasonry Defined What is the definition of Freemasonry. In old England, it was defined as "a system of morality, veiled in allegory (or a story) and illustrated by symbols." Masonry is a course of moral instruction which uses both allegories and symbols to teach its lessons.

Freemasonry or Masonry consists of fraternal organisations that trace their origins to the local fraternities of stonemasons that from the end of the fourteenth century regulated the qualifications of stonemasons and their interaction with authorities and clients.

Modern Freemasonry broadly consists of two main recognition groups. Regular Freemasonry insists that a volume of scripture be open. So, to address that absence, this e-book was created to help address the ques-tion “What is Freemasonry?” In its present tense, and not in a manner that ne-cessitates a long detail of the past.

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Many books have been written about Freemasonry’s “occult” symbolism, the assertion of its quasi religious practice, the connections between Freemasonry and the founding fathers, and the bizarre layout of Washington : Masonic Traveler.

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Loudon, printer to the State. (Under the direction of a Brother.) M,DCC,LXXXV. which contains a section of seventeen Masonic songs. Or with: New joke. Whereas Brother WILLIAM HUTCHINSON has compiled a book, entitled The Spirit of Masonry," and has requested our Sanction for the publication thereof; we, having perused the said book, and finding it will be of use to this Society, do recommend the same.

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THIS WORK CONTAINS. An Authentic History of the Institution from its Origin to the Present Time. Traced from the Secret Societies of Antiquity to King Solomon's Temple at Jerusalem, thence through the Roman Colleges of Builders, Travelling Bands of Masons, and the Guilds to Free Masonry.

book, another, babies and the third, an anchor; the all-seeing eye; the pentagram—these were all Christian symbols before they were used by Freemasons.

And before they were Christianized, they were used by other cultures, as far back as the Sumerians. Architects sometimes get to record their personality and life in the Size: 90KB. Bridgeport Way W. University Place, WA FAX: Please do not quote without the permission of the author ([email protected]).

1 “British Imperial Freemasonry and the Military Lodge in the Age of Revolution”. Martin L. Wagner in his book "Freemasonry" relates that: "The essence of Freemasonry, that in its those of the Apprentice, of Fellow Craft or Companion Mason, and of Master Mason, common to all the rites of Masonry are known as symbolic degrees.

which are the sources of the worst and most destructive elements in Freemasonry, were Jews. Free- masons will immediately notice similarities between Phoenician society and the practices of Freemasonry.

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The first may be true; the second is not quite. The rituals of Free‐ masonry have had a great influence on the development of those of other initiatory societies, and even in the absence of characteristicFile Size: 1MB. 3 \ # (ON THE OFORI G IN FREE-MASONRY.

¦»8«¦ JLt isalways understood that Free-Masons hâve a secret which they çarefully conceal-but from every thingthat can be collected fromtheir own accounts os Masonry theirreal secret is no other thantheir origin, which but sew os them under stand; and those who do, envelope itinmystery The society os Masons are distinguished into three classes or.In this book, I sometimes refer to the blue lodge.

(I explain why it’s “blue” in Chapter 7.) Other terms you’ll see are symbolic lodge, craft lodge, and Ancient Craft Masonry. These are all various terms to describe the first, most essential starting point in the world of Freemasonry: the local, neighborhood lodgeFile Size: KB.invested with the priesthood, is detailed in the Book of Numbers (chapter xvii).

He directed that twelve rods should be laid up in the Holy of Holies of the Tabernacle, one for each tribe; that of Aaron, of course, represented the tribe of Levi. On the next day these rods were.