The cover of an antique Masonic Bible fashioned from abalone shell.
So last night I was raised to the sublime degree of a Master Mason.
After it being pushed back for 4 months and rehearing various parts for weeks all I can say is WOW. the ceremony and ritual of it still hasn’t sunk in yet.
it was made even more special by the Ecclesiastics being delivered by one of my very close friend Alexis from the Connaught Club and some of my good friends on the square from the CC being there too.
I obviously cannot say too much about the details of the third degree as it might ruin it for some, but my goodness, it is SO different and just an amazing thing to see and go through and I cannot wait to see someone go through the same thing on march 10th.
Now is the time to start reading for inner guard and looking at the mark degree in June.
#freemason belt at flea market
N klasgenoot van Cait heeft n supervette Freemason tattoo :)
19th Century Masonic Fireplace Trivet - This mid 19th century masonic fireplace trivet is one of the most unusual lodge items we have encountered. The trivet features a beautifully turned wooden handle and extremely ornate metalwork composed of Masonic symbols.
A Georgian gold brooch of pierced circular form with finely engraved decoration, inscribed Charles Fyfe, Jamaica, A.D., 1816 @Rob Bokkon
Early Masonic Colonial Salt Box. Horn and scrimshaw. Includes a Past Masters emblem. Pegged with wooden pegs.
An old Masonic watch winder.
Fancy #freemason facade. #Napa #StHelena (at St. Helena)
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Thank you Bro. Mark @gunner_onnerz for the awesome gift! /G\ #freemason #passed #brotherlylove #token