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Freemasons symbol

Freemasons symbol

Freemasons symbol

Freemasons symbol

Freemasons symbol

Freemasons symbol

Freemasons symbol

Freemasons symbol

Freemasons symbol

Freemasons symbol

Freemasons symbol

Freemasons symbol

Freemasons symbol

Freemasons symbol

Freemasons symbol

Freemasons symbol

Freemasons symbol

Freemasons symbol

Freemasons symbol

Freemasons symbol

Freemasons symbol

Freemasons symbol

Freemasons symbol

Freemasons symbol

Freemasons symbol

Freemasons symbol

Freemasons symbol

Freemasons symbol

Freemasons symbol

Freemasons symbol

Freemasons symbol

Freemasons symbol

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Masonic philosophy is engaged in the consideration of propositions relating to God and man, to the present and the future life. Its science is the symbolism by which these propositions are presented to the mind. The work now offered to the public is an effort to develop and explain this philosophy and science.
The Freemasons use all kinds of symbols to represent the practices and beliefs of their order. Many of these Masonic symbols originate from the masonry trade and the Christian Bible. Scythe and hourglass: The scythe is to remind Masons of the ever-present danger of death that awaits us all. Like the scythe, the hourglass is an emblem of mortality.
The most well-known of all Masonic symbols are the square & compasses, which stand for morality, honesty and fair dealings with others. Click on these links to learn more about the square and compasses, the Masonic apron, the working tools of an accepted Mason, and King Solomon’s Temple, as part of our “behind the Masonic symbol” blog series.
Washington D.C. Freemasons worship Lucifer, the Light-Bearer. Lucifer and Satan are biblically the same individual, Freemasonry is really the worship of Satan. By quoting their own sources and depicting the symbols in which they use, this claim is proven. Freemasonry gives itself away more through its symbols than it does in its writings.
Masonic Dial Watch, Face Features Freemason Symbols (1950s) Rusty Blazenhoff. December 28, 2012. The Freemasons have serious style, as evidenced by this gorgeous 1950s Masonic dial watch designed by Girard-Perregaux. The Grand Lodge of British Columbia and Yukon website has lots of images of cool Masonic watches.