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WE WORK IN SPECULATIVE MASONRY

Our title is readily identified as part of the Middle Chamber lecture. This statement is intended to put the candidate “in tune” for the series of instructive and philosophical discourses he is about to hear. It contrasts the kind of … Continue reading

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On Brotherhood: A Few Brief Words

The word “obligation” comes from the Latin word obligatus, meaning “bound.”  In obligatus we find a form of the root word, ligare, a verb, which means “to bind.”  When I obligate myself, therefore, I am being bound to something or … Continue reading

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