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Shriners: Ancient Arabic Freemasonry Order

Shriners Whenever someone studies or mentions Freemasonry and its spiritual existence. We immediately thinks about the grand temples in London and new jersey. Although it is true that modern Freemasonry has been started from these places. But even among Freemasons there are some who hold more prestige then the others. these are the ones who claim their descent from an even older order of Knights Templar. they certainly has a very unique story to tell. this certainly is also one...

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Masonic Aprons:The hidden Truth

Masonic Aprons   Masonic Aprons worn by Freemasons like every other fraternity in the world, have crafted a unique identity for themselves. The temple has distinguished itself, not only in its beliefs, but also in its attire. However, it's the meaning behind their attire that is not only reflective of their ideas and beliefs. These are also used to reflect upon the history of the fraternity. Which can be traced back not only millennia, but to the very beginning of human civilization.   Freemasons...

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History of The Freemasonry

History of Freemasonry The questions of when, how, why and where Freemasonry originated are still the subject of intense speculation. The general consensus among Masonic scholars is that it descends directly or indirectly from the organization of operative stonemasons who built the great cathedrals and castles of the middle ages. However, the claims of origin go further back to bronze age civilizations who were supposedly built by Freemasons and from whom Freemasons actually claim their origins. Masonic patronage is still...

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The Father of The York Rite

Thomas Smith Webb is considered to be the Father of the York Rite or the American Rite. Born on October 30, 1771, in Boston, Massachusetts. Webb grew up as a printer’s apprentice in Boston before continuing in New Hampshire. In New Hampshire, he completed the three Ancient Craft Masonry degrees at the Rising Sun Lodge in 1790. In 1793, Thomas Smith Webb moved to Albany, where he started a paper staining factory. Thomas Smith Webb is the author of...

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