Monthly Archives: April 2015

Military Lodges

An address given by R:. W:. Art Palmer at Queensbury Lodge 12/03/2013 Greetings from the Grand Master. It is a great honor to be surrounded by veterans this evening. Freemasonry and the military have gone hand in hand through our … Continue reading

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The Three Supporting Pillars of a Lodge

The Three Supporting Pillars of a Lodge. by H.A. Kingsbury ALTHOUGH it is probably true that there is no Mason, be he ever so unskilled in his Art, who is so ill informed that if he were asked, “What are … Continue reading

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Emblematic Freemasonry

Emblematic Freemasonry  by A E Waite  AS EMBLEMATIC FREEMASONRY is the Craft of Building moralized, it follows that intellectually, at least, our figurative and speculative art has arisen out of the Operative. Here is a first link in any chain … Continue reading

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Inauguration Day and the Washington Bible

Every year on April 30th, the Grand Lodge of New York conducts a reenactment of the Washington Inauguration in New York City but do you know the true story of the Bible used in the original ceremony? The following text … Continue reading

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The Battle of Salado Creek, and the Dawson Expedition

The Battle of Salado Creek, and the Dawson Expedition After the defeat of  Antonio López de Santa Anna at the Battle of San Jacinto in 1836, the Mexicans  signed the Treaties of Velasco…  but it didn’t take long for Santa … Continue reading

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The Interviewing Committee

Suggestions for Interviewing Candidates AKA Investigating Committee 1 . First and foremost, take the responsibility seriously and be thoroughly prepared to represent Freemasonry and its tenets. Business dress is recommended. Remember that you are representing the Craft. Make the appointment … Continue reading

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Mozart and the Austrian Freemasons

MOZART AND THE AUSTRIAN FREEMASONS   His life, works and Masonic initiation. With a short history of the Austrian Freemasonry at his times. by W.Bro. Martin I.McGregor. Master of the Research Lodge of Southland No.415 (2007-08). PM and Secretary The … Continue reading

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Royal Arch Chapter Renewal

  This article by M:. E:. Jeffrey Williamson. Grand High Priest in State of NY, Royal Arch Masons 2010. The Five Stages of a Chapter’s Existence   Dysfunctional – Doesn’t/can’t communicate with its membership – Doesn’t/can’t communicate with Grand Chapter … Continue reading

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The Ritual Renaissance Committee

The Ritual Renaissance Committee is the newest Special Committee of Grand Lodge  The mission of the Ritual Renaissance Program, now in its third year, is to assist every Lodge in our jurisdiction to be well rehearsed and knowledgeable in our … Continue reading

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Short History of Pike Memorial Temple

A Short History of the Albert Pike Memorial Temple in Little Rock, Arkansas by Steven Tiner, Past Grand High Priest Grand Chapter of Arkansas The Albert Pike Memorial Temple is located at 700 Scott Street in Little Rock (Pulaski County). … Continue reading

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