King Solomon’s Temple

I wanted to take a moment to draw a bit of visual contrast between the Temple that we visualize within our degree work and the Temple as it likely was.  We've made some subtle changes to better-suit our allegory and so that particular symbols might be used.  There's nothing wrong with that. We have many … Continue reading King Solomon’s Temple


The Moral Advantages of Geometry

The Second Degree of Freemasonry charges newly-Passed Fellowcraft Masons to broaden their knowledge.  It does this by encouraging the study of the seven liberal arts and sciences.  These are separated into two groups: the Trivium and the Quadrivium.  The Trivium — composed of Grammar, Logic, and Rhetoric — teach Mankind how to organize their thoughts … Continue reading The Moral Advantages of Geometry