Tag: Freemasonry

Ancient Free and Accepted Masons

This article gives a detailed explanation of the history and meaning of the phrase “Ancient Free and Accepted Masons.”

What is the Truth behind the 47th Problem of Euclid?

He that hath ears to hear – let him hear – and he that hath eyes to see – let him look!  When he has both listened and looked, and understood the truth behind the 47th problem he will see a new meaning to the reception of a Fellowcraft, understand better that a square teaches morality, and comprehend why the “angle of 90 degrees, or the fourth part of a circle” is dedicated to the Master!

Aphorisms of Freemasonry

Selected aphorisms from “The Book of the Lodge” by George Oliver (1782-1867)

The Feminine of Freemasonry

Let’s lift the idea of Freemasonry as being purely masculine, and look the world of Hermetic principles and gender. Where does the Feminine find itself within Freemasonry?

Burns’ Farewell to Masons

What impact did the poet, Bro. Robert Burns, have on Freemasonry?

The Edge of The Universe

In Freemasonry, it explained that the “extent of a Lodge” covers the whole of existence, rising to the heavens, to the depths of the earth, east and west to each horizon, and north and south the same. This is the width, breadth, and depth… Continue Reading “The Edge of The Universe”

Thinking Better

Thinking Better

Harmony, to this Freemason, is a shining goal, where the spirit of cooperation and unity produce amazing results in our rituals and in our lives.

What Would Your Sentence Be?

One dark, cold Winter night, in the pine forest near the foothills of the Rockies, a small rabbit runs across a snow-littered meadow. His small feet crunch the rocks as he makes a break for his warren. In the deep silence, a sudden flash… Continue Reading “What Would Your Sentence Be?”

The Trestle Board

This article discusses the need for quality, not quantity, when it comes to Masonic membership.

Shakespeare and Freemasonry

This article explores the relationship between the purpose and teachings of Freemasonry and the works of William Shakespeare.