A response to “The Beehive in Freemasonry”

I wasn't entirely sure what I should call this post.  A response to "The Beehive in Freemasonry" was the best I could do, and I'm not really certain it's even that.  Bro. Greg Stewart, over at Freemason Information, recently released a short video — The Beehive in Freemasonry | Symbols and Symbolism.  In that video, he touches … Continue reading A response to “The Beehive in Freemasonry”

Harmony — Beyond Civility

Harmony. It's a subject that every newly-Raised Master Mason has a sensitivity toward.  Within our Lodges, the concept is both broad and specific.  In addition to being interwoven into our Obligations, maintaining harmony within the Lodge is duty of the Lodge's officers — especially the Senior Warden and the Worshipful Master. If I'm not careful, this post … Continue reading Harmony — Beyond Civility

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