George Washington Masonic Aprons Brother George Washington's Masonic Apron
The affection each man held for the other is legendary. So, too, is the legacy of Masonic history developed through that affection. For many years Masons and non-Masons believed that the white silk apron known as the Lafayette Apron, had been embroidered by Madame Lafayette and presented to Bro. Brother Washington's Masonic Apron - Masonic Library and Museum
Freemasonry is a fraternal organisation that traces its origins to the local fraternities of stonemasons, which from the end of the fourteenth century regulated the qualifications of masons and their interaction with authorities and clients.
Masonic Dictionary | Masonic Numbers | www.masonicdictionary.com Of the five human senses, the three which are the most important in Masonic symbolism are Seeing, Hearing, and Feeling, because of their respective reference to certain modes of recognition, and because, by their use, Freemasons are enabled to practice that universal language the possession of which is the boast of the Order.
A Symbol of Geometry; of exact science. Passed over with but a few words of ritual, it is Masonically most interesting. It appears on the frontispiece of Anderson's Constitutions, published in 1723; Street states it is the earliest example of a printed symbol of Freemasonry. The 47th Problem of Euclid
Freemason Symbols Represent the Heart of Freemasonry Freemason Symbols And Their Masonic Symbolism
Sublime Prince of the Royal Secret - Morals and Dogma by Albert Pike MORALS and DOGMA by: Albert Pike Index Previous p. 839
I had originally posted this last January (2009). Now that the 2012 theories are picking up steam, and even Hollywood is interested, I thought I should bring back this post that seemed to interest alot of people. So I'm giving this as a theory (once again) of what the elite think of 2012, and its potential! Freemasonry: The Great Cross and the End of Time
An ancient painting of Nüwa and Fuxi unearthed in Xinjiang, holding the tools of creation - compass and square. Nüwa and Fuxi in Chinese Mythology: Compass & Square - NothingWavering.org - LDS & Mormon Blog Portal
This website began when Dr Robert Lomas of the University's School of Management, decided to create an electronic database of the Masonic material held in many of the University's Special Collections as part of his on-going research into the cultural origin of scientific ideas. University of Bradford : Web of Hiram