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Masonic Funeral Committee

 Masonic Funeral Committee The Masonic Funeral Committee comprises of three men who are appointed by the Worshipful Master of the Lodge. They are in charge of the following: Location of Jewels and Aprons: The Masonic Funeral Committee must be aware of the location of all Masonic jewels and Masonic Funeral aprons. Maintain Jewels and Aprons in good condition: The Masonic Funeral Committee must take care to know the condition of all Masonic jewels and aprons and ensure that they are in good condition. They must ensure that all jewels and aprons are complete, and none is lost or dirty. They need to inform the Brothers of all lost Funeral aprons, so arrangements can be made to replace them. Funeral Rituals:...

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The Masonic Lamb

Masons use a masonic lambskin apron. But one may ask? Why a lambskin apron? The lamb is a symbol of purity and innocence.  Operative Freemasons wear aprons to prevent garments from stain. Speculative Freemasons wear an apron to remind us that we must stay away from things that will defile us morally. The Bible says that we must keep ourselves unspotted from the world and our garments must remain white.   James 1:26-27: If any man among you seem to be religious, and bridleth not his tongue, but deceiveth his own heart, this man's religion is vain.  Pure religion and undefiled before God and the Father is this, To visit the fatherless and widows in their affliction, and to keep...

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What is Freemasonry?

A lot of people do not understand what Freemasonry is. They do not understand the core ideas and principles that Freemasonry is based on. Most authors just write gibberish concepts where they explain all that they know without imparting the true meaning of Freemasonry. They explain Freemasonry from their personal knowledge and concepts. They explain its benefits, symbolisms, philosophies, universality, history and virtues in several paragraphs. Freemasonry is like a mirror. What you see is what you get. The reflection you get is what you put in it. Henry Wilson Coil, Senior has the best answer to the question. ‘what is Freemasonry?’ This answer is in his book, ‘Conversations on Freemasonry.’ Facet of The Diamond Today, it is hard to...

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The Masonic Letter ‘G’

The Masonic Letter ‘G’ is a letter that represents God and Geometry. It is a reminder to every Freemason that every act they carry out is done in the presence of God, the Master Architect of the Universe. ‘G’ represents the letters four and science five. The letters four stand for ‘YHWH’ which is the Hebrew name of the Master Architect of the Universe. ‘YHWH’ is pronounced ‘YahWay.’ It is also translated as Jehovah. This is the real word used to call the Master Architect of the Universe in early biblical manuscripts. The 5th science is Geometry. Geometry is the mathematical science or the scientific basis for Masonry and Architecture. The exact time when the letter ‘G’ became part of...

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Masonic Aprons

The lambskin Master Masonic apron was inspired by the aprons that stonemasons wore. It is a Freemason badge, and it is a sign of innocence. The Masonic apron is highly regarded amongst the finest decorations of Ancient Europe and Ancient Rome.             Masonic Blue Lodge Master Mason Gold Machine Embroidery Apron   The Order of the Garter The Order of the Garter is considered as the highest decoration that can be given to anyone by a Ruler in Britain. It started in medieval England as an order of knighthood. It is a very high honor for anyone to have the Order of the Garter bestowed on them. The Roman Eagle The Roman Eagle is made of...

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