THE COMING DARKNESS
This sort of thing is commonly called the Structure of Freemasonry. I consider that a misnomer, as there are only 3 steps up in Masonry. Everything else is deeper, not higher. Even so, it is interesting to see it all laid out.
Robert Burns first became a Mason when he lived in Ayrshire. On 27th December 1788, soon after he moved to Ellisland, he joined St Andrews Lodge 179, Dumfries. The apron was presented to Burns on 12th December 1791. The inscription reads, 'Charles Sharpe of Hotham to Rabbie Burns. Dumfries, Dec 12 1791'. Charles Kirkpatrick Sharpe (1750 - 1813) of Hoddam was a good friend of Burns, being a violinist and composer of music and verse. The semicircular flap at the top was peculiar to Scotland…
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I am a Freemason and will be framing several ceremonial aprons such as this on the main wall. I think about 4-6. Didn't know if this will help with anything.
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Esoteric Architecture of Washington, D.C.
Long before Dan Brown’s enigmatic bestseller The Lost Symbol popularized the idea that Masonic emblems reveal a conspiracy involving the history and design of Washington, D.C., generations of write…
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