Month: March 2018

March 25, 2018 Clark No comments exist

Studies in Blue Lodge Symbolism Bro. H.L. Haywood, Iowa (Copied from Wayne D Anderson’s Sunday Masonic Paper NO. 875, March 25, 2018)   What are symbols? The simplest answer is to say that they are the storehouses in which wise men of the past have accumulated their wisdom. The assemblage of many symbols in our…

March 18, 2018 Clark No comments exist

“Men of good reputation and solid character used to be more common than they are today. We don’t teach the value of it anymore. Our society is so focused inward on ourselves, and our own selfish needs. We are a society of grown children, fighting and arguing on social media just like children used to…

March 11, 2018 Clark No comments exist

The wages of a Fellowcraft Mason — Corn, Wine, and Oil. We should all be relatively familiar with these concepts. But what are the wages of a Master Mason?   In almost every jurisdiction I’ve traveled to, there is a line spoken during the Opening and Closing ritual that passes by with little or no consequence….

March 4, 2018 Clark 1 comment

Today in Masonic History we present Freemasonry: A Journey of One. Freemasonry is a platform of moral teaching and fraternity. “A Journey of One,” may be causing some who read this to say the concept of a single person on a journey conflicts with the fact that Freemasonry is a fraternity. In my opinion it…