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The principles of freemasonry explained

The principles of freemasonry explained

in an oration delivered ... before the ... Humane Lodge No. 21 ... on the festival of Sr. John the Baptist ...

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Published by Printed by Beck & Foster in Portsmouth, N.H .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Freemasonry

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Joseph Boodey
    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 30954
    ContributionsFreemasons. Humane Lodge No. 21 (Rochester, N.H.)
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination20 p
    Number of Pages20
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15100531M

    Freemasonry, according to all accepted definitions, both of itself and of religion, is a religious institution, and viewed as to its essence and inner principles, is a religion. We cannot conceive of it as anything else, although there are many both Masons and non-Masons, who deny this religious character. The Book of Secret Wisdom: The Prophetic Record of Human Destiny and Evolution (Sacred Wisdom) Zinovia Dushkova. out of 5 stars Paperback. $ #2. Freemasonry: Spiritual Alchemy (The Spiritual Freemasonry series) Christopher Earnshaw 33°.

    Aiming to solve the last secrets of Freemasonry, this book uncovers the mysterious words, symbols and rituals whose meanings have been lost for centuries, even to Freemasons themselves/5. Principles of Freemasonry Twelve Precepts of Freemasonry. At the core of the Brotherhood is the traditional belief in the Almighty, the Great builders of the universe that does not contrary to religious beliefs and convictions, but rather integrates them in high humane aspirations.

    They used these seven principles in the founding of the United States of America, as explained in the previously referenced documentaries from The History Channel. Freemasonry believes in a Creative Principle or force from which everything emanates. This corresponds to the Summum Aphorism of Creation which establishes existence. Design Your Own Custom Masonic Rings Library of Masonic Books & Authors Masonic Books Historical Landmarks of Freemasonry Explained by G Oliver. Historical Notes Concerning The York Grand Lodge by C Scott. Remarks On Some Masonic Book Plates by Pope in


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Freemasonry teaches its members the principles of personal decency and personal responsibility. It hopes to inspire them to have charity and good will toward all mankind, and to translate principles and convictions into action.

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From Freemasons For Dummies, 2nd Edition. By Christopher Hodapp. Freemasons are part of an ancient tradition with rituals and symbols all their own. As a Mason, you can earn degrees, join esoteric and social organizations, and become privy to the language and abbreviations specific to Freemasonry.

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Introduction. The Authorities for Masonic Law. The laws which govern the institution of Freemasonry are of two kinds, unwrittenand written,and may in a manner be compared with the "lex non scripta," or common law, and the "lex seripta," or statute law of English and American jurists.

The "lex non scripta," or unwritten lawof Freemasonry is derived from the traditions, usages and customs of the. Freemasonry is kindness in the home, honesty in business, courtesy in society, fairness in work, pity and concern for the unfortunate, resistance toward evil, help for the weak, forgiveness for the penitent, love for one another and, above all, reverence and love for God.

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Over the years, freemasonry as a group has come under scrutiny for being a secret society. This fraternity is not a secret society as it has been proclaimed.

All Masonic groups use the architectural symbolism of the tools of the medieval operative stonemason, which is the square and compass. They use this symbolism to teach moral and ethical lessons of the principles of “Brotherly Love, Relief, and Truth. In France, it means: Liberty, Equality, and Fraternity”.

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There are many themes that are adopted in Emulation Ritual from Plato’s writings. The Author has isolated them and provided evidence of these correspondences between Plato’s writings and our Emulation Ritual.Freemasonry is not and never can be a replacement for these important institutions; rather, it is a positive environment that reminds every Mason of himself, his family, community and the Supreme Architect (an individual’s own definition of a Supreme Being.).